Back in the early days of the computer game industry, the music, as well as everything else, had to be painstakingly programmed in by hand. Getting the music to sound anything like a real tune was hard enough, but getting the instruments to sound anywhere near authentic was almost impossible.
We lost many great artists in 2016, but 2017 seems to become a really nice year with KLF returning. Both factmag.com and thequietus.com wrote interesting articles on 5th of January about “The KLF confirm return with mysterious poster”. Jump, jump and get Ready for 2017 in August Justified Ancients Of
In a time before MP3s, iTunes and Spotify, Amiga was simply the best computer for playing digital made music. Thru advanced trackers like Protracker or even DigiBooster PRO you could create music out of samples. And the creative Amiga community made thousands of MODs for people to play thru MOD
Agnete K. Johnsen made a quite shocking entrance with a song that so many missjudged totally it seems. It seems like her song Icebreaker, have grown on peoples minds ever since her unfortunate exit at Semi-Final 2 Eurovision Song Contest show on 12th of May. People supports Agnete on YouTube