Remixer of the Year Awards 2012


The Remixer of the Year Awards 2012 awards show was aired by the SLAY Radio staff on SLAY Radio and SceneSat Radio, February 23rd 2013.

Mordi, was the big winner of 2012, who won the main price Remixer Of The Year for the 3rd time, and also scoring the top positions for Best c64 with "Tristesse" and Best Amiga Remix "The Great Bath of the Seven Seas".

The first award of the night went to Xerxes as best newcomer for his remix of RSI Megademo - Ba1..

Daxx and Allister Brimble unbelievably shared the crown for Best Veteran with 100 points each, with Peter W following at #2 VERY closely with a score of 99 points. This is double tragic since he missed the top position for best c64 remix by one point, too.

Mattias Bergsten (fnordpojk) was awarded with the Lifetime Achievement Award for his numerous contributions to the scene and his vital tech knowledge and support to the scene radio stations.


Submitted by Ziphoid

New article with many interviews!


An article about the C64 music scene by Steve Drysdale. Contains interviews with Rob Hubbard, Martin Galway, Reyn Ouwehand, Chris Abbott, Alistair 'Boz' Bowness, Jason 'Kenz' Mackenzie.

Submitted by LMan

Podcast: Giana Sisters Tribute


Even little girls are getting old one day. Once upon a time, in 1987 to be precise, we played around with two cute girls on C64 and Amiga: The Great Giana Sisters. A great jump 'n run game in the style of Mario, featuring fantastic music by sound magician Chris Hülsbeck. Now, 25 years later, a new game with the twin girls has been released. After a successful Kickstarter campaign Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams was brought to life by Black Forest Games. With music by Chris Hülsbeck himself, Fabian del Priore and the metal guys from Machinae Supremacy plus awesome graphics where you can switch fluently between the beautiful landscapes and dark places this download title captured our hearts by storm.

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Podcast: Tribute to Psygnosis, Part 2


Episode #158 - Tribute to Psygnosis, Part 2: Racing on top of the PSone

Hello and welcome to part 2 of our journey through the beautiful sound universe of Psygnosis games. We're moving on and crossing the timeline when the boys and girls from Liverpool switched from Amiga to console gaming, especially the PlayStation. For example, they created WipEout, the first new media sensation which made video games interesting to a broader audience.

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Podcast: Psygnosis Amiga game music


On August, the 22nd of 2012, the SHADOW OF THE BEAST (Sony) fell over Sony Studio Liverpool, better known as Psygnosis. After producing AWESOME games for 28 years the MENACE couldn't be stopped. Game over for a company who wrote a big chapter into the book of history of computer and video games. BitFellas says thank you for creating and publishing milestones like Lemmings, Barbarian, the Beast trilogy, WipEout and many  more gems, including some of the best box art of all time.

Submitted by Bobic

Project Giana


A new giana sisters game, Project Giana is on Kickstarter and still needs some funding. The game will include an original two-layered score with fresh music by Chris Hülsbeck, Fabian Del Priore and Machinae Supremacy.

Submitted by LMan

RKO uploads will be disabled for the month of August


New uploads to Remix.Kwed.Org will be disabled for the month of August 2012, to give the staff a well-deserved break.


Upload your work before July 30th 8AM (CET) to have it processed before the break.

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Brand new c64 game release "Soulless"


Soulless a new c64 game has just been released on cartridge, disk and cassette.

It comes complete with map/poster, comic and companion cd.

Available from:

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After 8 years of hard work and a lot of procrastination your maybe favorite C64 rock band PRESS PLAY ON TAPE is proud to present the results: 26 tunes bundled in a double CD album with the title HOME COMPUTER. The covered tunes are: Formula 1 Simulator, Winter Games (Hot Dog), Parappa The Rapper 2 (Toasty Buns), Ghosts'n Goblins, Gods (Into The Wonderful),  Nonterraqueous, Future Knight, The Human Race, Knuckle Buster, Lightforce, One Man And His Droid, Rambo: First Blood Part II, The Last Ninja (The Wilderness), Master Of Magic, Aztec Challenge, Thrust, Commando, Sanxion, Shockway Rider, Monty On The Run, and Zoids. Some of them you have seen before from PPOT but these are re-recordings as the band would like to update their renditions of them. Still have your breath? Together with the covered tunes PPOT also releases a small handful of own material where The Man with the Gun is already well known as it was released a while back on YouTube.

The album can be bought on iTunes, c64audio, Maz sounds, SynSoniq and CSW verlag. Have a look at PRESS PLAY ON TAPE's homepageto see more about buying the album.

The physical album comes in a three page digipack with a 32 page booklet with pictures of the band taking you from the earliest years to today. The album cover has already received a lot of attention but have a look for yourself!

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