He has already created albums for the game boy, GameBoy Advance, Genesis and N64 and now German electro-pop artist Remute is stepping into 128-bit territory with a Sega Dreamcast disc.
Released in 1998, the Dreamcast was Sega’s last console. It was discontinued in 2001, after which Sega became a software-only developer. Generations features 15 new songs and visuals from Duranik, developer of the popular Dreamcast shoot ’em up Sturmwind.
This time, Remute promises a dose of nostalgic but futuristic synthwave with hints of Detroit techno. This, in turn, “transforms into lucid ambient sculptures that are atomized into electrons moving through vaporwave space on their way to a chamber of eternity somewhere located in a hidden multiverse surfing cosmic expansion. “.
There is no region locking on the album, so it should work on most Dreamcasts. It’ll also play on any CD player, though you’ll miss the visuals if you go that route.
You can pre-order Generations on band camp (opens in a new tab) for 25€. It will be released on or around November 11.
Ready for some sprawling love? Here is a first look at the visuals of my next Sega Dreamcast album “Generations”. Each song will have its own visual universe. Enjoy it. pic.twitter.com/LWutfRVb5bOctober 12, 2022