German Techno artist, DJ Remute, previously known for releasing music on a floppy disc in 2017, has recently announced that his next foray into the world of retro tech would be on a console, more specifically the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis.
“Technoptimistic”, Remute’s upcoming album, is set to be released on the 22nd of March, on a MD/Genesis cartridge. 16 unique techno tracks are composed solely to take advantage of the console’s infamous audio chip: the Yamaha YM2612.
The album described by Remute himself as the first plug and play techno album cartridge for the MD, comes with a pre-installed music player that generates the programmed tracks in real-time.
“Technoptimistic” will be distributed on Krikzz’s Flashkit MD carts as mentioned by the artist on his Twitter account.
by the way: my upcoming sega cartridge album ‘technoptimistic’ is powered by @krikzz ! check out his store…full of retrogaming musthaves like the everdrive. https://t.co/Eh5oV6jOXy
— remute (@remute) February 8, 2019
Meanwhile check out a preview of “Technoptimistic” on Remute’s bandcamp profile: https://remute.bandcamp.com/album/technoptimistic