SIDrip Alliance ReLive - Album now listed on Remix64, plus review by LaLa


The recent album ReLive by the SIDrip Alliance is now fully listed at Remix64. That means you can now go and listen to the tracks and leave your votes here at This is a nice way to give something back to the artists, so head over to the album page.


The album is available as free download  on their homepage, and if you're still not convinced to grab your copy, read the review by LaLa.


Submitted by LMan

ReLive - a free SID remix album by SIDrip


During AROK Party 2015, SIDrip released a free remix album called ReLive. As the title tells it is a live-in-studio record. If you are into remixes played by real instruments, check this out.

Submitted by NecroPolo

C64 videogame pioneer Jeroen Tel’s new Remake Album


Fans of video game music, chip music, SID music or C64 game music gotta check out:
Jeroen Tel - Tel Me More 

C64 video game music pioneer Jeroen Tel has launched this IndieGogo project with the aim
to release a C64 remake album featuring at least 12 of his best known classics.

Submitted by LMan

Marcel's Project Sidologie 50% funded after three hours


Marcel Donne's latest Sidologie outing Project Sidologie is now kickstartering at

Submitted by Chris Abbott

C64 Music Concert Kickstarter over tomorrow... will BIT Live live or die?


Back in Time Brighton 2015, starring SID80s, PRESS PLAY ON TAPE and FastLoaders/The Last Ninjas is 90% funded in a nailbiter of a finish. Even if you don't go, you can back. Chris Huelsbeck and Matt Gray will be there, and backers get digital rewards even if the Kickstarter failes!


Kickstarter ends 8th March 19:00GMT. It's not too late!

Submitted by Chris Abbott

New voting box


Dear voters, we have created a new and improved voting box. So what's new?

  • The smileys are bigger ;)

  • Faster, more responsive interface

  • No more tabs, no more clutter

  • Vote a red smiley to unlock ROTY checkboxes

  • New 1-click ROTY voting

  • Saving doesn't interrupt playback

  • Type into the review box to unlock the review smileys (technical / artistic / nostalgic)

Meaning, you can do the same as before with far fewer clicks. Thank you for supporting the artists with your valuable feedback!!


Submitted by LMan

ROTY 2014 Awards Results


The awards show kicked off on February, 7th at 8pm at the SLAY Radio headquarters in Gothenburg. It was hosted by Slaygon, Boz and Leoni, who in the tradition of the ROTY awards show, began with a run down of scene happenings and people's favourite remixes of each month.

The first price that was announced went to Robert Engstrand for  Best Newcomer, who was interviewed on the show via skype.

Best Amiga Remix was awarded to Scene Veteran Instant Remedy for his  "Pinball Dreams - Nightmare" remix.

Mordi was this year's winner for Best Veteran, making him the first person ever to win in all the ROTY categories at least once.

Show host Slaygon won the award for Best C64 Remix 2014 with his remix  Platoon (Inexperti belli).

The main award Remixer of the Year 2014 was finally awarded to druu, who was called via Skype to celebrate his victory live on air.

At the show's finale, an audibly affected Boz was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for his numerous contributions to the scene since its very beginnings.


Congratulations everyone...

...and as always, there are only winners on these lists. Bravo!😊

Submitted by LMan



The time has come to celebrate and acknowledge the remixers' work in the C64 community by presenting the yearly ROTY Awards, as voted by the users at

This year it's SLAY Radio's turn to give out the awards and give you a run-down of what happened in 2014, so make sure to join Slaygon, Boz and guests.


The show will be broadcast on SLAY Radio and Radio on Saturday February 7th at 8pm CET!

Be sure to tune in!

Submitted by LMan

ROTY 2014 voting closes soon!


A short reminder that the voting period for Remixer of The Year 2014 is coming to a close.


So browse your favourite tunes and give your vote while you still can.  :-O

Submitted by LMan

Mark Visser (Misser) passed away


On the 22nd of August Mark Visser (alias Misser / Mr.Mad) unexpectedly passed away. As a coder and cracker was responsible for numerous demo's and cracks and was loved by many in the C64 scene as a cuddly, crazy and happy Dutchie. He will be sorely missed. A website has been created in his memory where you can express your condolences or leave any message you wish.


Everything will be printed and personally handed to his family.


Submitted by LMan