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Release Zero

by Chunter

Fun, relaxing, electronic music created on portable technology, with a sound like classic electronic such as Kraftwerk or Yellow Magic Orchestra as created on a single, inexpensive laptop computer.
Genre: Electronic: Chiptune
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Happy Street
3:10 $0.79
2. Geocache
3:58 $0.79
3. Upgrade
2:37 $0.79
4. Lift
1:34 $0.79
5. Winterfunk
2:33 $0.79
6. Antivirus
4:00 $0.79
7. Slow Weekend
3:24 $0.79
8. Overcast
1:28 $0.79
9. All My Days
4:01 $0.79
10. Soft Weekend
2:36 $0.79
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Album Notes
Release Zero was created as part of the RPM Challenge, a public dare to create a coherent album using the time only in the month of February to conceive, compose, record, produce, and master. Since this coincided with participation in the Battle of the Bits Winter Chip IV competition, about half of the songs were composed with that contest's rules in mind, although there is much retouching so that the result here is thin, light, and relaxing, instead of the shrill and overpowering sound often found in chiptunes. The result is an album with an atmospheric flow between tracks, designed to be played at a medium soft volume and provide a gentle, melodic background to your next thirty minutes.

"12-String Legacy" guitar rendering by Ortho Vargas. Cover design by SirMarkus Kidd.



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