December 9, 2012 in Releases, User Submitted
“With his new release, Aeros presents a smashing, climactic example of a great chip release. Interpreter dances skillfully around a wide range of sounds and rythms and provides a great showcase of Aeros’ compositional skill and technical finesse.
Starting with the anthemic “Ultimatum” and ending with the jamming yet emotional “Projection”, Aeros does nothing but show off his ability to pull unique sounds out of the Gameboy while creating cohesive works that tell a story. DMG Control is proud to present our eighth release, Interpreter.”
July 30, 2012 in Releases, User Submitted
“Co-owner of Dmg Control, Dsv101, shows us once again how well he knows his jams. Written in a ridiculously short period of time, Shark Attack EP is a listen that doesn’t shame from experimentation, yet manages a steady dose of quality throughout. This blend of dance, thrash, and pure chiptune fury does nothing but punch listeners in the face. Not some wimpy punch that’ll knock them out for a few days and cause 80% blood loss. Like a punch that’ll make you all like, “Golly gee, why not another?” and then die a glorious death. Actually that’s not at all what this EP is like but heck; it’s free, and it’s chiptune, which are both good reasons to download something.”
Composition by David “The Vandal” Vandal Mastering and Art by Christian “The Calhoun” Calhoun
May 13, 2012 in Releases, User Submitted
Dsv101 likes to reflect. He also likes wrapping himself in a warm Shamsnuggie, taking long walks on the beach, and watching the sun set. Take a trip through the mind of David Vandal, a teenage boy intrigued by the quirks of life, like pizza and Mountain Dew. Enter the strange world that is Dsv101′s ‘Deep Reflections in a Shamsnuggie’.
Meant to be a cassette, but never got around to it
May 11, 2012 in Events, User Submitted
DMG Control’s Web show has been live for a while, and there is still sooo much more to come. Artists still to play are:
Visit http://live.dmgcontrol.com to listen and see the schedule.
P.S> Cooshinator is rocking out right now and has a song left
January 31, 2012 in News, User Submitted
I found this thing called a Kitara, and I was like, this is going to suck. But as I watched demo’s it is amazing. It is a 100% Opensource Synth in the shape of a guitar. Has 22 frets, no strings, an onboard polyphonic synthesizer, and many sound presets/filters/effects built in. There are many play modes, so if you don’t like a mode, you can pick another. Here is there Media/Video Page:
I wish I could get one, but it costs $1099. (890 Euro?). It looks like it is definately worth a buy though.
December 27, 2011 in Releases, User Submitted
So, I just decided to self promote my first EP, because pxl-bot was being a buttface and not returning my e-mail(s)… Without further adue: http://dsv101.bandcamp.com/ have a listen, and enjoy!
P.S. If you would like to write a review, feel free