Every now and then we run across parties where information is scarce, but some of the files survived. We try our best to piece stuff together, but without results it's down to tireless research, looking at text files, filenames and metadata hidden inside the files themselves. Two recent examples came up, and we figured "hey, we have a pretty great-looking, well smelling, good tempered community, perhaps one of them knows a thing or two about these events?". So, here you go. Please halp.
Special thanks go out to our tireless scene archeologist Asle, who found the Delirium files and helped us make sure those are preserved and mirrored over at scene.org.
Fjälldata (which apparently translates as "mountain data" if your Swedish is rusty) is a small demoparty in the northern part of Sweden with a main focus on the venerable C64. The party's page has now been updated with all the latest releases.
Fjälldata 2019 on Demozoo
What takes place in Berlin every year in February, lasts 2 days and is all about the C64 scene? BCC that is, and we have gathered all of this year's releases for you to peruse.
BCC 2019 on Demozoo
It's been long in the making - ever since we first heard it in Backscatter back in 2015, WaveSabre has been a fabled softsynth delivering the boom to several memorable 64k intros. With Ferris and h0ffman presenting the software at the very recent Demobit event in Slovakia, we know it wasn't long - and now, finally, the software is freely available on GitHub.
Now, community, give us some tuuuunes! :)