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Old 31 October 2013, 09:38   #1
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Thumbs up Lukhash Music

I recently discover Lukhash works on digital/8-bit/amiga music, and I wanted to share it with you

He's composing music since 2003 and his free 6 albums are just awesome !
Trust me, if you love Amiga music, you have to give a try to the last 3 one

Info and download at http://www.lukhash.com (flash)
Http mirror to download the albums, here
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Old 31 October 2013, 10:16   #2
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Yes he is great, i had the chance to interview him for my local Magazine.
It's is Portuguese but you can translate it:
Original:
http://revistapushstart.com/2012/07/15/demoscene-no5/

Translation to english (by google), i will put the link with the result hope it works:
http://translate.google.com/translat...no5%2F&act=url

the 2 videos of him, don't show correctly in translation, use the original link, at bottom, there are 2 videos of him with C64 and other stuff
His music is very nice, and the interview can give you a some aditional info.

My name is Tiago, google translated to James...
cheers
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Old 31 October 2013, 14:08   #3
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Great interview, great artist, great music
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Old 02 October 2014, 12:01   #4
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Damn, I did'nt heard his Supremacy remix when I post this thread one year ago !
Please listen, it rox

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mp3: http://remix.kwed.org/?search_id=5196
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Old 05 October 2014, 14:57   #5
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Also try UltraSyd. I like this song: https://soundcloud.com/ultrasyd/un-c...sil-vous-pla-t
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Old 08 February 2020, 21:11   #6
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LukHash does it again! New remix of Matt Gray's awesome Last Ninja 2 - Central Park level track - on the C64.

[ Show youtube player ]

There are a couple of metal versions of the same track on YouTube by Aki Järvinen and a live band called the Fastloaders, which I think are pretty bloody good too!

https://is.gd/f99W75

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Finally, just to go back to LukHash - here's an oldie, but a goodie....his C64 remix of the Spy vs Spy theme track!

[ Show youtube player ]

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I love Lukhash likes... amazing.
I'm liking Essenger's new album at the moment though.
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Old 09 February 2020, 09:17   #8
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LukHash does it again! New remix of Matt Gray's awesome Last Ninja 2 - Central Park level track - on the C64.

[ Show youtube player ]

There are a couple of metal versions of the same track on YouTube by Aki Järvinen and a live band called the Fastloaders, which I think are pretty bloody good too!

https://is.gd/f99W75

You can’

[ Show youtube player ]

Finally, just to go back to LukHash - here's an oldie, but a goodie....his C64 remix of the Spy vs Spy theme track!

[ Show youtube player ]
You can’t beat those 3

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Thank you very much for the last two links with Ben Daglish (RIP)!! I've never seen him perform live before - very, very moving as the music, for mine, so obviously came from the soul of a man tortured by disease who had finally been set free!!!

I followed Ben Daglish and many other computer musicians from the early 8-bit days when I started out computing with the BBC, TI-99/4A, VIC-20 and C64. He was well-known for smoking and drinking too much, but the man was undeniably talented.

I remember seeing adverts and previews of The Last Ninja for months on end in Commodore User, Zzap! 64 and the other mags before it was finally released in 1987. I was still in high school at the time, so hadn't been able to afford a 1541 floppy drive quite yet. I had resigned myself to the fact that The Last Ninja was going to be another "boring" multiload game if played off tape, but it didn't matter....much like Sméagol with the "precious" in LOTR, I just had to have the game because it was going to be epic!

Anyway, I put the game on order at the local Myer department store and waited for what seemed like an eternity - about 3 months, from memory - before it came in. When I finally got a phone call that it had came in, I wasted no time in getting my backside down there to get my grubby little hands on the game. I remember getting home and firing up my "precious" in the old C64 datasette. I couldn't wait to see the graphics of the game that I had salivated, nay coveted, for months on end in the computer mags!!

The "boring" multiload for the game had begun, so I sat intently near the big spare family TV that my C64 was hooked up to. Boy, was I gonna be in for a real surprise! While I was fully expecting luscious graphics - the likes that had never before been witnessed on the C64 - what I wasn't expecting when the game began loading off tape was the multiload music that blasted out of the TV speakers! I just about fell off my chair when the gentle, unassuming Wastelands loader music began playing (see HERE for what actually occurred on the C64 with loading the game from tape).

My ears were in absolute heaven! This was a multiload game that I would willingly load off tape on my beloved C64 for years to come, well after I'd beaten the game many times over, just to listen to the music. I will forever remember the aural delight and musical genius that both Ben Daglish and Anthony Lees infused into The Last Ninja. It is sad to think that these gentlemen - two brilliant pioneering computer musicians of their time - are no longer with us. Gone, but never - not for one minute - forgotten....
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Mesmerizing, I wish I was there. The Wastelands is one of my favorite tune ever.
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