Remixer Of The Year 2002
|Remixer Of The Year|
|2.||Glyn R. Brown||24|
|1.||Firelord - Symphonic||19|
|2.||Armageddon Man - Mahoney||17|
|3.||Comic Bakery - PPOT||7|
|4.||Sidology Episode 3 - Machinae Supremacy||6|
|5.||Thanatos - DHS||5|
|6.||Beyond the Zero - Sonic Wanderer||3|
|Giana Sisters - Dr Future|
|International Karate - Jeroen Breebaart|
|Last Ninja 3 - Cirdan|
|Rhaa Lovely II - Mahoney|
|7.||Deltasisters - Puffy64 & Kermit||2|
|Ducks Ahoy - Stello Doussis|
|Rambo/Bombo/Impossible Mission - Mahoney|
|Skate Or Die - Rob Brooks|
|Task 3 - Trace & Mahoney|
|The Fourth Protocol - Saul Cross|
|Thrust - Jeroen Breebaart|
|8.||Ark Pandora - PPOT||1|
|Armalyte BIT3 Rock Mix 2002 - Puffy64|
|Comic Bakery - DHS|
|Giana Sisters - Machinae Supremacy|
|Gordian Tomb Adventures - Glyn R. Brown|
|Last Ninja 3 - Markus Schneider|
|M.U.L.E - Mahoney|
|Most Innovative Mix|
|1.||Armageddon Man - Mahoney||16|
|2.||Comic Bakery - PPOT||7|
|3.||M.U.L.E - Mahoney||5|
|4.||Crown - Markus Schneider||4|
|5.||DHS: Comic Backery Larger than NO Remix||3|
|Ducks Ahoy - Stello Doussis|
|IK+ - Instant Remedy|
|Rambo and Bombo... - Mahoney|
|6.||Black Lamp - Mahoney||2|
|Furycalypse Now - Axeman|
|Great Giana Sisters - Dr Future|
|Machinae Supremacy - sidology|
|Paradroid - Rauli|
|Task 3 - Trace & Mahoney|
|Wizball - Slow Poison|
|7.||Ark Pandora - PPOT||1|
|Great Giana Sisters - Radiuz|
|Thanatos - DHS|
|DeltaSisters - Puffy64 & Kermit|
|Jason and Emma Page|
|5.||Geir Ola Brandal||1|
|1.||Remix64 - The CD||20|
|3.||Back in Time 3||9|
|6.||Back in Time 2||3|
|8.||Martin Galway Remixed|
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Mahoney's vocal armageddon man placed him as high as 3rd position in the remix64 charts with a superbly perfromed piece of music.
Mahoney is famed for his diverse work and his originality which has brought a new fresh lease of life to the scene.
The Following people win copies of Immortal 2:
Mahoney (winner of remixer of the year)
And someone with the nick: GASTEL.
A Kickstarter campaign to create a new album of Amiga game music remixes, all of them connected with classic '90s magazine Amiga Power, is now live.
Journalist and long-standing AP fan Matthew Smith – not the Manic Miner creator – is seeking funding to create Amiga Power: The Album With Attitude, a double-CD collection of more than 30 brand new remixes inspired by the magazine. The first disc will feature tracks based on tunes personally selected by former AP contributors, while the second disc will contain tracks based on games and demos given away on the mag's coverdisks over the years.
A whole host of star musicians are involved with the project, including Andrew Barnabas, Allister Brimble, Mike Clarke, Fabian Del Priore, Olof Gustafsson, Jogeir Liljedahl, Joi, Jon Hare, Chris Huelsbeck, Barry Leitch, Patrick Nevian, Jason Page, Instant Remedy, Matthias Steinwachs, Jeroen Tel and Tim Wright.
Among the tracks set for inclusion are pieces from Apidya, Banshee, Blob, Cannon Fodder, The Chaos Engine, Fantasy World Dizzy, Fire & Ice, Gloom, Harlequin, Hired Guns, Jetstrike, Lotus Turbo Challenge 2, No Second Prize, Pinball Fantasies, Sensible World Of Soccer, Shadow Fighter, Speedball 2 and Stardust, plus many more.
The album will also include a deluxe liner notes booklet containing more than 80 pages of facts, song lyrics, exclusive artwork and written contributions from the AP team.
If you want to grab a copy for yourself (in physical or digital form), along with a variety of bonus rewards, you can support the Kickstarter campaign here: apkickstarter.com
Submitted by Matt Smith
You, the people, have spoken. The results are in, and will be presented in a live radio show:
Tune in to SLAY Radio on Sunday, 17th February 2019, 18:00 CET
The show will be hosted by Ziona, Slaygon and Boz, and probably surprise guests. From the SLAY Radio team:
The time has come to celebrate and acknowledge the remixers' work in the C64 and Amiga community by presenting the yearly ROTY Awards, as voted by the users at www.remix64.com. This year it's SLAY Radio's turn to give out the awards and give you a run-down of what happened in 2018.
As it is tradition, SLAY Radio and SceneSat Radio band together for this special occasion to broadcast the show on both channels.
It's Binary, Baby!
by Marcus (Makke) Nilsson (feat. Andreas Wallström & Boz)
Contemporary retro pop that uplifts and amazes. A stunningly original CD in which Makke's personality shines through in every track! Highlights include the "happy hardcore but so much more" Glider Rider, the inspired hard-edged electro-synth and robotic vocals of "Cauldron 2-005", and the " Bonus tracks include Depeche Mode's "Personal Jesus" and Apoptygma Berzerk's "Bitch, as well as Makke's witty and acclaimed covers of Madballs and Artura, with Makke's Irish accent all but wiping your memory of his Swedish origins!
Arranged by Tron
The unique arrangement is what really makes this remix shine: the rhythm section, the way the round original tune and melody has been put into this square box (and it fits!). The only place where this falls apart slightly is between 2:24-3:20 where the lead and the chords are just not meshing quite well.
My only gripe: the whitenoise audible throughout the recording, especially at the very beginning and at the very end of it.
I would also recommend replacing the high-pitched leads with vocals for another mix - now, that would make it sound really 70s, I think!
All in all, fantastic effort, great results, very enjoyable!
Review by LaLa
Arranged by MistaDistah
On the one hand, some nice strangely hypnotic and nostalic sounds, that do sound like a C64 gone synthesizer. But on the other hand, for me, the track lacks progression. There's an upbeat, driving Lynne-esque kind of bass line getting the whole moving after a while that makes it more exciting but overall, it sounds like Wizball's on E.
I'm not happy to critisize it for what it is, because if you like that kind of thing, it'll surely do it for you. But if you're looking for an inspired, thriving hair-standing-on-the-neck kind of C64-meets-synths kind of remix, download Brimble's Lightforce.
Review by rafael
Arranged by Lagerfeldt
Review by Ryrynz