Monday, February 12, 2007

***ComputeHer***

Hey, kids, micromusic ROCKS!!! With an almost fanatical loyalty to computer systems of yore, ComputeHer, aka Michelle, has created an album of hyperdanceable tunes using an old Game Boy, a Game Boy Camera, a Commodore 64, an Apple IIe, an Atari 2600, an old Nintendo, a couple of Texas Instruments educational games, and a keyboard here and there. She goes all out and issues her CD, Data Bass, in a 5 1/4 in. floppy sleeve to the delight of us oldsters.

Of course, this genre has been alive for a while, and involves a mind-blowingly deep pool of devoted talent, but it seems to be getting really big in Europe, and I'm always up for new music formats. Besides, can you imagine the crazyass post-Toddler Time dance revolution this CD would cause? Interpretive moves like you wouldn't believe!

Check out ComputeHer's myspace page, including a few YouTube clips of live performances. Kids' music is supposed to be fun, and this is nothing but! Oh, and here's a pic featuring fellow music gamers at a show.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

this is such a great concept! i love it!

reduced said...

Big thumbs up for the creativity!

ComputeHer is definitely the girl I dreaming of - 8bit and sexy =o)

Cheers from Switzerland..

A complementary metal oxide semiconductor

reduced said...

Big thumbs up for the creativity!

ComputeHer is definitely the girl I dreaming of - 8bit and sexy =o)

Cheers from Switzerland..

A complementary metal oxide semiconductor

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