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polybius by kriegsmammut

Our newest release is something a little more cryptic for you - polybius by kriegsmammut. There's little melody to behold here, rather a dark journey into the hidden recesses of your dustiest game carts...

"Scrabbling around at the bottom of the bargain bin your hand is drawn to a tattered box that looks like it's seen better days. The box art is unsettling but there's something oddly hypnotic as you clutch it in both hands and walk towards the checkout to make the purchase. On the way home you break out into a jog, and once inside you run to the lounge and slam the cartridge into the console. The game loads as you bathe in a flashing neon CRT glow, but as soon as you push START an unasy feeling comes over you and the light bulb above you switches itself off. A cacophony of creatures seem to cry out from the circuits of the console, as polybius draws you closer and closer to the TV screen..."

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Fantasy EP from Dream*Eater

We have our final release of 2015 from Dream*Eater with his fantastic Fantasy EP. This guy is fairly new to the scene but is already churning out Game Boy bangers FFO Sabrepulse, Fighter X and chipzel.

"Welcome to the world of Dream*Eater, where arpeggios whizz past at the speed of light and a pulsing rhythm of Game Boy kick and snare carries you to the dizzying heights of nostalgic euphoria. This is only the first release from this new kid on the block - here's to many more!"

PTE060 release page

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Wild Cooshinator appeared!

We're very glad to have Cooshinator put out Your Eyes That Once Were Never Weary Of Mine on the Squad. The release is made up of just one track, but it's 46:40 in length and takes you on quite the journey...

"Your Eyes That Once Were Never Weary Of Mine is a 47-minute LSDj trip, an expansive, experimental journey through the flashing, pulsing circuits of two Game Boys. It's a power struggle between harder/dance-able sections that convey some sort of urgency and frustration, and calmer sections that transmit a sense of melancholy and desire for transcendence. Are you ready? Then let's begin."

PTE059 release page
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