Featured Live performers
Reyn Ouwehand’s musical career started at the age of 15 with an assignment from London making music for video games. After his study at the conservatory he started his own company Prevue Productions at the age of 21 and built his first studio and started working as a producer, studio musician and composer. Nowadays Reyn is an established producer, (film)-composer, versatile multi-instrumentalist and skilled orchestral arranger.
Reyn also composed music for both the C64 and the Amiga. Probably most known for Last Ninja 3, Ninja Remix, Flimbos Quest and Unreal.
Jeroen Tel, also known as WAVE, is best known for numerous computer game tunes he wrote in the 1980s and early 1990s for the Commodore 64. His most popular compositions appear in the following Commodore 64 games: Combat Crazy, Cybernoid, Cybernoid II, Dan Dare 3, Eliminator, Hawkeye, Myth: History in the Making, Nighthunter, Robocop 3, Rubicon (title music), and Supremacy.
Ben Daglish is a composer and musician. He is known for creating many soundtracks during the 1980s for home computer games, including such Commodore 64 hits as The Last Ninja (with Anthony Lees), Trap, and Deflektor. Daglish teamed up with fellow C64 musician and prolific programmer Tony Crowther, forming W.E.M.U.S.I.C., which stood for "We Make Use of Sound in Computers".
Huelsbeck's music career started at age 17, when he entered a music competition in the German 64'er magazine, taking first prize with his composition "Shades".
Huelsbeck has written soundtracks for more than 70 titles, the latest being Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams. Many of his scores for the Commodore 64 are regarded as classics among enthusiasts today, most notably The Great Giana Sisters. He is best known for the soundtracks to the Turrican series of games.
FastLoaders from Norway provides stunning rock and metal remakes of retro game music! They first performed at BIT 2015 Brighton and has later released three albums; "Ninja Musicology" a comprehensive collection of the entire "The Last Ninja™" game series music. "Progressive 64" a collection of the best C64 classics. "Rock Hubbard" features some of Hubbard's best work. They have also released "Ninja Musicology - Live from the Dungeons" an exclusive selection from "The Last Ninja™" game series recorded live in London and released as double live album and on blu-ray disc. This recording also features Ben Daglish who performed two of his own tracks with them on stage.
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