Cane and Rinse on Neon Filler: Commodore 64 album review

This week I was invited by our good friends at superb alternative/indie music blog Neon Filler to review an 18 track CD they’d been sent of some classic 8-bit chiptunes from the halcyon days of the C64 and its remarkable SID chip. You can read the results below.

Robot Elephant Records’ 18 track compilation serves as a fairly definitive sampler of, and a tribute to, the incredible work of the 8-bit pioneers of the mid-to-late 1980’s.

While the C64’s SID chip was a more powerful and capable piece of technology than that of its rivals (Sinclair Spectrum, Amstrad CPC et al), it was only designed to issue rudimentary bleeps and bloops.

Read the rest of the review at Neon Filler

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