Well it’s certainly been too long since the last release but hopefully we can settle down and get things going again. Starting with this: Quiklite’s debut dual-release for Noiz Phaktah. It’s been a long time coming. Plus a special little something by myself to help get the season’s festivities underway…
Theme of Bremmen
Quiklite – Bremmen Pathetique
Somewhat of a haunted classical piece this one. Bremmen, in case you’re wondering, is the lead nasty evil guy from a new PC game from a new group who are gunna rock the RTS world. Either that or it’s for a Kendall tune. Quiklite hasn’t decided yet =]
Quiklite – Theme of Bremmen
Beautifully understated, melodically sound and a bizarre backing, this is Quiklite’s experimentalist approach (even though he hates that terminology:) showing just how… well… unorthodox? unusual? different? don’t they all mean the same thing?!? he strives to be =] And it pays off, too, cuz, well, he -is- different =] And that’s a rare breed in today’s world of music…
Hotcakes – That Christmas Tune
Hard beat. Simple melodics. Doesn’t really fit in with the rest of this release =] But it is XMas after all and would a XMas be the same without my usual rompy remix? Not quite. Well, perhaps. Who’s to say =]
A small technical note about this tune : it features 8bit volume shading, as opposed to your typical Amiga tracker’s 6bit shading, or your typical new-age/PC tracker’s 7bit shading ;] Oooh.
Can’t hear them? Well try DeliTracker v2.32 or OctaMEDPlayer v7 on Amiga and WinAMP, DeliPlayer or the provided player (OctaMEDPlayer.exe) on Windows.
*FLAC & MP3 zips also include the original versions.