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Take a ride with Ubiktune's Motorway and Interlude


7:30 PM on 11.19.2012
Take a ride with Ubiktune's Motorway and Interlude photo



Fancy a swing on the funky road of chiptunes this week? Ubiktune's got you covered with another excellent set of releases on their never-ending chiptune label.

Motorway is a jazz-funk chiptune album composed with changing times and new adventures in mind, taking inspiration from the fact that artist Fearofdark has left for university and is away from his family for the first time in life. The album captures this feeling rather well with superb melodies and great pacing. 505's Interlude is a different kind of beast, combining Atari sound with modern soundscapes for a more artistic musical experience.

Motorway is available for $1.59 while Interlude is available for $5.






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