Sep 022010

Evolution 8Bit Girl shegeeksYes, Geeks love our music too.  As it is, sometimes we’re feeling especially Geeky and need that oh so appropriate tunage.

As proclaimed on the equinoxestudios site,

Evolution (8-Bit Girl) is a collection of love songs to the 8-bit generation, a reminder why we fell in love with all those loading screens, tracker tunes and the demoscene many years ago.

The album contains eight tracks of post modern electronic dance music, recorded using a variety of classic machines and synthesisers including: Commodore 64, Commodore 64C, Commodore Amiga running OctaMED, Nintendo NES, Korg MS-20, Korg Polysix, MicroKORG, Emulator II, iPhone and Fairlight CMI

With tracks such as “1984” and “ConsciousNES” the album is bound to stimulate our geeky senses.  You can stop by and listen to a few tracks at to get a feel for what they are all about.

With numerous mentions and reviews from notable online sources (Geek Girls Network wrote a great post to check outEvolution (8-Bit Girl) has definitely tapped a pulse within the Geek Tribe.

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