Frédéric Motte celebrates music old and new with two album releases

We recently talked to Frédéric Motte (aka Elmobo, formerly Moby) about his extensive career in an extensive interview. The ever-active musician recently released two more albums on his Bandcamp.

For his latest Bandcamp release, Amiga Days Volume 2, Motte has released a collection of tracks he composed between 1989 and 1993. This features a number of the epic tunes he created using the Amiga Protracker for legendary demoscene groups such as Sanity, Alcatraz, Quartex, and Dreamdealers. This album features 21 of the tracks he composed during this period, specifically mixed and mastered for this release. Motte notes that “These tunes are probably a bit less well known than those on Volume 1, but yet, there are a few I still love”.

Motte simultaneously released the Dungeon Fever Original Soundtrack, featuring the music from a recently-released free-to-play smartphone game. It’s certainly short, comprising just three 90 second tracks. However, it is filled with fun and quirky melodies through this playtime. This album, along with Amiga Days Volume 2, can be downloaded on a name-your-price basis now.

Posted on April 22, 2015 by Chris Greening. Last modified on April 22, 2015.

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I've contributed to websites related to game audio since 2002. In this time, I've reviewed over a thousand albums and interviewed hundreds of musicians across the world. As the founder and webmaster of VGMO -Video Game Music Online-, I hope to create a cutting-edge, journalistic resource for all those soundtrack enthusiasts out there. In the process, I would love to further cultivate my passion for music, writing, and generally building things. Please enjoy the site and don't hesitate to say hello!

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