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Welle:Erdball (DE)

Welle:Erdball (often abbreviated as W:E) is a group from Germany often credited of being the pioneers of bitpop. The heavy use of the Commodore 64's SID sound chip makes their sound instantly recognizable. Their sound is reminiscent of the electronic pioneers Kraftwerk.

Welle:Erdball's front figure Honey (Dr. G. Linde) is also well known for his involvement in the C64 movement. Welle:Erdball made the music for the Commodore 64 game Metal Dust released by protovision. Welle:Erdball held a concert at the Amiga & Retro computing 2002 fair.

Honey is also active in the goth/synth band Homo Futura.

The name literally means "Wavelength:Earth", and in fact comes from a German radio play called "Hallo! Hier ist We...

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Nordloef

nordloef takes his background in punk rock bands and his love for electronic music to create melodic, upbeat pop songs while at the same time squeezing out as much music as possible from the limited hardware of the Nintendo Game Boy.

nordloef has toured and played in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, Ireland, Denmark and Sweden and has played at all kinds of shows ranging from secret clubs in farms to techno parties in forests.

nordloef's live shows are best described as a mixture between a one-man punk show and a sweaty DJ set. But instead of using two turntables, he uses two original Game Boys. nordloef uses the softwares Live mode and rearranges the songs on the spot. The Game Boys outputs are ...

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