Bump for the afternoon thrashers.  Get in on this!  w00t!  \m/ \m/

I love DataThrash, you guys are doing something awesome, it's great to see a completely different side to chip tunes.

Last edited by ghostshadow (February 18, 2013 7:49 am)

ghostshadow wrote:

I love DataThrash, you guys are doing something awesome, it's great to see a completely different side to chip tunes.

Thanks!  It means a lot to me that people are listening and appreciating our efforts.  smile

LINK: http://datathrash.bandcamp.com/album/tw … -yolo-catz

Tristendo's music is always a well-crafted blend of the playful and bizarre, often very technical and sometimes truly experimental. Here he is presenting Datathrash's first NES/FDS based release. As a special treat, there's also a remix from another master experimentalist, Neil Baldwin!

YES FINALLY MOAR TRISTENDO MUSIK!

Awesome!

Neil Baldwin remix DESTROYS EVERYONE IN THE HAUS

Last edited by Subway Sonicbeat (March 5, 2013 9:11 pm)

Subway Sonicbeat wrote:

YES FINALLY MOAR TRISTENDO MUSIK!

Awesome!

Neil Baldwin remix DESTROYS EVERYONE IN THE HAUS

Agreed on all points.  \m/

hawt. loving this tristendoo

You'll shake your spacebutt!

tristendo i love you

LINK: http://datathrash.bandcamp.com/album/co … chronicles

Army Of 2600 twists and tortures the sounds and sights of the classic Atari console into grinding, synthed-out industrialized jams. Far from being a typical chipmusic album, this is chip abuse at its finest.

YESSSSS Gen Mike rulezzzz!!!!

I like this, kind of reminds me of Nine Inch Nails in a way.

LINK: http://datathrash.bandcamp.com/album/garbage-thrash

It's KOOL muthafukin SKULL back to bash you with thrash and rhymes!

Download directly from KS here: koolskull.bandcamp.com/album/garbage-thrash-2

Look forward to physical copies soon!

This is really excellent!

Next dt comp should totally be called TAKIN' OUT THE THRASH.

LINK: http://datathrash.bandcamp.com/album/leo-drop

We're proud to bring you this massive raw side of beef that nonifinte calls "Leo Drop"!

Nonfinite says:

"Leo Drop" was created on a rainy Sunday night in Madison, Wisconsin. This 100% improvised set holds the energy of a lone traveler reflecting on an iconic, whirlwind weekend. He beckons you, the listener, to let the animal out. Be predatorial. Take your lioness. ROAR."

For an alternate version or to make donations directly to the artist go here: nonfinite.bandcamp.com/album/leo-drop