STOP! It’s time (see what I did there?) to listen to the newest GameChops single–Flash Man (James Landino Remix)
Mykah, The UK’s coolest chiptune/dance DJ and GameChops veteran, returns with a bittersweet farewell to Splatoon’s fan favorite event in Long Live Splatfest. Sounding like it came from the game itself, Mykah’s signature hard chiphouse style fits right in with the Splatoon soundtrack.
Slushii, signed by Monstercat last month has released a 7 track EP “Brain Freeze” as chill as it’s confectionary namesake, this chiptune infused EDM album that is tracking well for the unknown producer. While some of the songs have been previously released together they coalesce into a complete mix taking listeners on a vibed out journey of sonic pleasure.
This album will be a great ace in the hole for your party soundtracks. From the blippy melodies to the solid bass lines this album will have you grooving out all summer long.
You can check out the track ‘Some More’ after the jump.
Every musician dreams of owning a Moog synth. Since its development by Dr. Bob Moog and its premier at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, the Moog has become integral to modern music. It was made commercially popular by Wendy Carlos’ breakout album Switched-On Bach and now you can find the Moog sound in nearly every genre: from Sun Ra to Dr. Dre, from David Bowie to Brian Eno and of course, Keith Emerson’s legendary Moog set up.
But here’s the thing: Moog ain’t cheap. Your average Moog synth will run you about $600, up to $5000, and you can buy an emulation of Emerson’s rig if you’ve got $150,000 to spare. So for years musicians have clamored for an affordable, customizable option. The company eventually premiered the Werkstatt Analog Synth Kit at Moogfest 2014 but the at-home version has only become available this month.