Sound Check Link-o-rama: Laromlab and NIN

The future is now with the music of Laromlab.Here in The Blender, we're all about technology. If the toothbrush isn't electric and/or made of carbon

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The future is now with the music of Laromlab.
Here in The Blender, we're all about technology. If the toothbrush isn't electric and/or made of carbon fiber, keep it. If the shoes don't have pressurized air in the soles, we can't walk in 'em. So, of course, we're mighty glad to help spread the gospel of this week's Sound Check with the following links to extra-digital music and related this n' thats from Laromlab and other chiptune artists, not to mention the fabulous electronic music makers from way back, Nine Inch Nails. Read on.




Blessed art thou who click on these colored texts...

Complimentary Laromlab track, in MP3 format: "Nightdrive"
(Use your right-clicker (Windows) or hold the Ctrl key whilst you click (Mac) for that handy little menu that lets you save the file.)

Complimentary NIN tracks: As we learned last Monday via the magic of electronic mail, the fine and pleasantly creepy folks at Nine Inch Nails are helping push along the ever-cumbersome commercial side of the digitalized revolution of music by offering their latest release, Ghosts I-IV, as a $5 download. Plus, you can get Ghosts I (the first nine tracks of Ghosts I-IV) FOR FREE at this link. Check the box next to "FREE DOWNLOAD," and proceed as obvious. For reals. (Or just get yourself to NIN.com and check out the whole package).

OTHER CHIPTUNERS: Well-costumed duo Yip Yip plays a very complicated game of checkers on YouTube.
Seattle's Leeni. She sings, dude!

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