Posts Tagged ‘Henry Homesweet’

ChipWIN-tern Spotlight: ‘Coastal Breeze’ by Local T

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Have your musical tastes left you unable to interact with your family? Do people tell you that it sounds like you just strung together an unintelligible series of words when you describe what genre of music you’re listening to? Do you need a really, really chill deep house album composed on various FM synths by one of the best musicians in our circles who thinks he can hide by using a pen name? Then congrats, because ‘Coastal Breese’ by Local T under the new Pen Name label is exactly what you need to kick your warmer months off right.

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Chip Bit Sid Takes on: TRUTHR – ‘Self titled’

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Hey guys, it’s been a while but I’m back and I’m reviewing Henry Homesweet’s latest inclination, ‘TRUTHR‘ and his self titled EP. I’ve been a huge fan of Henry Homesweet and his music, ever since he released his album, ‘Luke’s Atari’, and have since been following any music released under both his primary pseudonym and the various other names he’s released material under (e.g: 2a0xCYMBA, Essential Chip, Yeon).

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Aydan Appreciates & Interviews: ‘Blood Eagle’ & Sabrepulse

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Sabrepulse is, arguably, one of the greatest pioneers of chipmusic. Two of his earliest albums, 2005’s ‘Famicom Connection‘ and 2006’s ‘Chipbreak Wars‘, can be considered as two of the foundational pillars for the chipbreak subgenre. Over the years, Sabrepulse’s style shifted slowly to a more drum ‘n bass influenced vibe, and with the release of ‘First Crush‘ in 2011, a much more modern influence could be heard in his music. Now, with ‘Blood Eagle’, his first of two releases in a three-and-a-quarter year hiatus, Sabrepulse shows us yet again just how well he can adapt to the modern music scene while showcasing his roots as a chipmusician. (more…)