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"Slow, dark and riddled with a sense of despair, this heavily dub inspired debut offering from MONODEER drags you in quickly and smothers you quietly in its’ intoxicatingly suffocating atmosphere. Far from being one dimensional, Noise.bmp leaks lo-fi charm corrupted with its own dark innards taking influence from noise music and a definite doom-esque thing. MONODEER goes onwards from his pre-established groove-fuelled aggression to inject a healthy amount of hook riddled melody before 'Shatter' does as its name suggests. From start to finish this innovative and awe-inspiring release oozes a dark atmosphere from every orifice, creating one of the most refreshingly new sounding chip releases of the year. Think less dubstep, more darkstep."
released June 16, 2011
Written, produced and composed by Mark van den Heuvel
supported by 14 fans who also own “NOISE.BMP – EP”
This isnt chiptune, no sir this is nothing but dance viiiiibes and naaaaasty beats. Trey Frey just hits different. Sounds like i'm floating on a cloud of prosound mods in a sky of DMG backlights.
not gonna lie though, one last stream would be pretty good...
Sorry I'm late to the party by the way. ess-eats-skyscrapers