Doctor Popular | Destroy All Presets | Album

Doctor Popular | Destroy All Presets | Album

Doctor Popular Drops Possibly The Nerdiest Album In Every Respect.

Something of an internet celebrity, 8-Bit music maker, legendary yo-yo master and glitch artist, Doctor Popular has released his latest album Destroy All Presets. And it’s a nerd’s dream from start to finish.

Not only is the album a wonderful and unique example of 8-Bit music but all ten tracks were created using the Nanoloop cart for Gameboy Advance. Already racking up the nerd-cred, but wait! There’s more. Thanks to a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign which has already exceeded it’s $6,500.00 target by almost $4,000.00 you can get a-hold of some awesome incentives including a copy of the nanoloop source files to remix or re-create as you please.

Destroy All Presets is available from Doc Pop’s bandcamp page as a digital download for just $1 or more and $15 or more for a compact disc.


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    February 08, 2014

    This is amazing, thanks so much for spreading the word about the project and the album! With any luck, we’ll hit those stretch goals and I’ll be able to share some tutorials with the world.


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