Spreading the Commodore Love from Copenhagen, Denmark since June 2005 this podcast features an eclectic mix of Commodore 64 chiptunes and remixes of tunes from the best-selling home computer of all time. Carefully chosen and presented for your listening pleasure by me, Jan Lund Thomsen.
On a lazy Sunday morning in December, what was supposed to be a quick microphone test ended up as an entire episode. Stay tuned to discover if a certain tune gets to close the show for the 7th time since 2005. Stream this episode: Download this episode: MP3 (46 minutes – 67 Mb) Music played: … Continue reading Episode 056
Being a man of my word, here’s the second of the two episodes that I promised to release before the end of 2019, should the “8-Bit Symphony Pro” kickstarter fund. Enjoy! Stream this episode: Download this episode: MP3 (42 minutes – 61 Mb) Music played: ALPA – IK+ (Bergen Boogie Remix) Johan Andersson – Bomb … Continue reading Episode 055
On the final day of the 8-Bit Symphony Pro kickstarter, at 83% funded with little under 5 hours left on the clock, I posted a message on twitter saying: “If the 8-Bit Symphony Pro kickstarter funds, I solemnly vow to create at least two episodes of the #C64 Take-away before 2019 comes to an end. … Continue reading Episode 054
First episode in what feels like forever (according to Wolfram|Alpha it’s been 4 years, 5 months and 3 days). In return for your patience this episode clocks in at a little over an hour, so expect the usual C64-related music goodness, hand-picked for your listening pleasure. Apologies in advance for any mispronunciations I made on … Continue reading Episode 053
A full year later than originally planned, the podcast that refuses to go away no matter how many curveballs life throws at it returns. To compensate for the lack of recent outings, this one is a whopper containing a total of 15 tunes, all handpicked for your listening pleasure. Enjoy! Stream this episode: Download this … Continue reading Episode 052
Episode 051: Has it been 30 years already?>
Introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show in January 1982, and available to the public in August of 1982 – it’s everyone’s favourite computer: The C64. To coincide with the “C64 Month” campaign (Twitter + Facebook), here’s my contribution in the form of a new episode of the C64 Take-away. As usual the mix consists of … Continue reading Episode 051: Has it been 30 years already?