The man behind the gay anthem 'So Macho' is now a Pentecostal minister - and he is using his royalties from the hit song to support firefighters accused of homophobia. Terry Kirby goes west to examine a musical genre, while Richard Smith of 'Gay Times' assesses the songs you can't get out of your head
Sexy Sushi - Sex Appeal (remix by Playboy's Bend) by PlayBoy's Bend
The Shortwaves, by NÖVÖ
Suffering, by Jeremiah Meece
Chrysalid Sequencer VST, by Interstellar Sequence
This Sunday, musician Paul Purgas presents a documentary on the extraordinary and overlooked electronic music produced by the students of India's National Institute Of Design in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He speaks to Patrick Clarke about his discoveries
The world's first commercially available string synthesizer, the Eminent 310, came from an unlikely source, a Dutch home organ manufacturer. It was further advanced through an even more unlikely partnership, with the legendary American synth makers ARP...
𝕬𝖚𝖋𝖍𝖔𝖈𝖐𝖊𝖗 - In The Name Of The Father, by Aufhocker
Today, in response to a tweet talking about old untitled song ideas, I mentioned that I had a strange file called “t.mp3” sitting in my downloads folder that had been there for years and have no attached metadata or hint as to where it came from. It appeared to be a complete recording of a chiptune song, and it sounded very nice, but I had no way of knowing the original source.
„Musíme zahrát Diablo,“ zahlásili jednohlasně Mhor a Dunkelbot, když jsme ve studiu řešili, jaká skladba by měla otvírat díl Špíny o dungeon synthu. Oba dva zástupce tohoto obskurního žánru, který staví na temných zastřených zvucích evokujících ozvěny starých sklepů, k němu totiž přivedly soundtracky ke starým videohrám. Ve Špíně se nyní zastavili představit své první nahrávky, které nedávno vyšly.
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