Wake up. Your alarm clock is going off. Again.
As you hit snooze for the thousandth time, a thought runs through your still sleepy mind: Did I really just hit the snooze button again? What makes the alarm clock keep time? How does time work? Is it like the inside of a computer? Is "this world" just the inside of a computer? Is my hand just made up of ones and zeroes?
You start to think about how the simple digital music that plays when your alarm clock goes off is just a physical representation of those same ones and zeroes that make up everything else. It reminds you a time way back in your yesteryear when you were starting to hear electronic music for the first time and all the responsibility you didn't have back then. The nostalgia of that late 70s/mid 80s computer music sound that set you free just as you were starting to learn how to get up to alarm clocks.
Ugh, that damn alarm clock is going off again...
...SHIT! You're late again
Retro Promenade Presents
Renz Wilde - Program EP
Renz Wilde is a bourgeoning retro synth producer from Vancouver, Canada. Program contains tracks inspired by the nostalgia of old school computers from the late 70s and 80s; a time when synthesizers, computers, and music were starting to come together in a big way.
Suggested Donation Price of Program EP $3.00
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released December 2, 2014
Written and Produced by Renz Wilde
Poster Designs & EP Mastering by Who Ha // Mike Mendoza
Thanks to Rick Shithouse, the rest of the Synthetix community
& the Futuresynth Subreddit (reddit.com/r/futuresynth