I’ve recorded an in-depth tutorial in how to work the d3d lighting features in Game Maker Studio. Over fifty minutes, I build a scene entirely from scratch, define and place the light sources. You can also download the editable so you can copy and tweak the code.
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A new Distronaut album is almost ready. Here’s one of the featured tracks, Virtual Biscuits, to stream on YouTube – complete with early ’80s driving footage in glorious 4:3 aspect ratio.
I’d like to share with you my latest release, Joy. Lend it your ears if you’re in the mood for some uplifting electronic soul with cut up vocal samples.
This one was an absolute pleasure to make. Support more music like this by following my SoundCloud stream.
For those of you looking to listen to old releases of mine that haven’t been available for some years, I’ve re-uploaded a selection of albums from 2007-2012 as YouTube longplays. Most of these have bonus tracks included, some of which have never actually been available. Much exclusive, such underground.
Use the player below to browse the entire playlist.
After producing music in my spare time for a decade now, and 4 years as Distronaut, it’s time to start publishing remastered high quality versions of my favourite work. They’re mainly atmospheric electronic beats I developed to please my ears while either procrastinating or avoiding having to go outside. A 13 track album will be following shortly.
See Distronaut – Pastel Mornings on iTunes
Evoke‘s trippy Happy Horizon gets a big and juicy facelift. Give it a listen!
We go on stage at 5h52m29s. The rest of the video mostly contains YouTube pseudo-celebs dicking about in front of a camera. The gig was a lot of fun; Jonti and Sarah are really good to perform with. I couldn’t help smiling most of the time, even when the computer kept flaking out. More shows to come soon hopefully!
Priority tickets for Friday and Saturday night are now available.
Weebl and I will be playing on Saturday the 18th at the Brewery in London. It’ll be a juicy selection of Weebl’s greatest hits with plenty of extra bits that nobody has seen online. The set will be about half an hour long and we’re following other high profile YouTube musicians and personalities. The attendance list this year is the biggest it has ever been so if you want to see us, it’s probably best to grab tickets pronto!
From the SitC site:
These £3 tickets will guarantee you a place in the limited capacity of the performance space. They’ll give you entrance before the doors open to everyone at 7pm.
This is only for the evening gigs. Admission for the rest of the events over the weekend is free.
Facebook Event Page. – See The Crowd.
You will be dancing to us like this.