Welcome To Warp Zone! (4​-​Hour VGM Mix)

by Nmesh

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Marcus Logan
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Marcus Logan Nmesh explores music in a way I've not encountered before. The transitioning between video game music and a general exploration of sound is seamless but revolutionary. Dude's a savant. Also, some of the songs are ridiculously energetic. Favorite track: World 06: Hell On Earth / Outworld.
Creed H. Quinn
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Creed H. Quinn Nmesh has just made such a jaw droppingly awesome combination of 16-Bit tunes, news casts and trailers which makes some nostalgic listening but rad as hell at the same time.

Over 4 hours of music makes a steal of a purchase. Favorite track: World 06: Hell On Earth / Outworld.
Illusion Radio
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Illusion Radio I have listened to Welcome to Warp Zone well over 10 times in it's entirety now. It's such a perfect mix of some really great tunes from all over the world of retro gaming. The "Warp Zone Edits" and clever transitions give this thing a really unique flavor. All the "World" themes are each distinct and different yet almost seamlessly transition into each other (as do the songs used in the tracks). It's so good it inspired me to make my own mixes. Thanks Nmesh! - DJ 64 Favorite track: World 03: Pleasantville / Mobius.
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LIMITED EDITION 3-CASSETTE BOX SET available on Plastic Response Records! Pro-dubbed and imprinted. Transparent red shells with white ink. Comes in "VHS Style" case with insert. Also comes with a limited edition 1.5" "Warp Zone" button. Limited to 100. (Images of box set forthcoming) Includes digital pre-order of Welcome To Warp Zone!. You get 6 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it's released: plasticresponserecords.bandcamp.com/album/welcome-to-warp-zone

Test your might, mother fucker. Critics all agree, this is the soundtrack to a retro gamer’s wet dream.. Dan Forden called it “Toasty!”. That guy from Metal Gear said “I felt asleep!”. Barry Burton raved “It’s tastier than a Jill Sandwich!”

You're about to embark upon a 4+ hour psychedelic "guest" mix, concocted by Nmesh, full of retro video game / PC music, chock full of old game soundtracks, commercial bits, SFX, PSA's, and completely warped edits. Tiny Mix Tapes has been kidnapped by ninjas, and they need YOU to prove you're a bad enough dude to save them. Venture through 10 different themed worlds, and rescue TMT staff members along the way, but be careful ... there are plenty of classic video game death scenarios that could potentially disrupt your quest. Grab a couple heart containers, and sally forth on the greatest pixelized audio-adventure yet!


TMT premiere: www.tinymixtapes.com/chocolate-grinder/premiere-nmesh-welcome-to-warp-zone

FACT Magazine: www.factmag.com/2015/05/07/best-bandcamp-releases-april-2015/2/

The Needle Drop: theneedledrop.com/2014/11/nmesh-welcome-to-warp-zone-tiny-mix-tapes-4%E2%80%8B-%E2%80%8Bhour-video-game-mix/

Wasabi Tapes (Japan): wasabitapes.tumblr.com/post/103981205702/mix-nmesh-welcome-to-warp-zone-tiny-mix

8-Bit Central: www.8-bitcentral.com/blog/2014/nmeshAlbum.html

Teaser 01: www.youtube.com/watch?v=WATD91oUJDM
Teaser 02: www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pAwH0GJ5g4
Teaser 03: www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNsWX6cFFYw



released November 26, 2014

©2014 NMESH. [SBR168] Running time: 04:20:00. Compiled, mixed and thrown into a 16-bit vat of acid by Nmesh. Premiered by Tiny Mix Tapes.



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Nmesh Louisville, Kentucky

Electronic producer / drummer based out of Louisville. Landed remixes on Candiria's third volume of "Toying With The Insanities" in 2010. Remixed Amorphous Androgynous / FSOL for their "Cartel" 2x12" in 2014. Featured in mixes from the likes of Gorilla vs. Bear, Dummy Mag, Rinse FM, FACT, and Tiny Mix Tapes. Released LPs on Dream Catalogue and AMDISCS. They say he's a righteous dude. ... more

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