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Another wonderful album of BeatmakerKelz beats and flips. BmK always takes things in a weird direction, in the best possible way. I'm lucky so many great gaming themes enter his remixing crosshairs or else I would have never heard any of these dope beats. Besides tackling games like Banjo Kazooie and a strange but wonderful fusion of hip hop and Yoshi, we also get remixes of assorted movies and pop music hits. It's well worth a listen to hear the clever flips and experimental remixes.
It's been quite some time since I had the chance to mention Zen Albatross on this site. I think I might actually have his business card around here somewhere, an incredible feet for a hermit such as me.
It's also been a long time since I was able to get down to something this intensely glitched out and crunchy. White noise is real, and it infests this album in the most pleasurable way possible. Beneath the gritty texture though is where the real fun happens. Zen winds his way through a series of foreboding, hard hitting, and or dance inducing melodies.
Chiptune techno electronic IDM boss battle
The best in techno nerdcore hip hop dance music.
Check out the latest collaboration between the trio of nerdcore artists. A smoking hot dance track combining the power of Dj RoboRob, the courage of My Parents Favorite Music, and the wisdom of Professor Shyguy.
Relax with some down tempo techno beats courtesy of Hollywood, Florida's Masikus. The new album, Versus, features NES remixes that range from ominous to upbeat. Name your price, grab the album, then absorb it into your being.
Beethovenboy claims this will be the final album in the Nintendo Dance Revolution trilogy. As the title suggests, it is time to dance, and Beethovenboy obliges with a flurry of techno beats and electronic instrumentals. Grab the album. Shut up. Dance.