The Klf Chill Out AcidWarp software video
AcidWarp is a 2D demo originally written for DOS in 1992 by Noah Spurrier and Mark Bilk. It periodically generated over 40 different patterns on the fly by plotting 2D mathematical formulas, and then animated them through palette rotation. It was notable for its speed on early x86 processors that lacked a floating point unit.
(more at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AcidWarp)
The KLF’s “Chill Out” is an ambient house concept album from 1990, it portrays a mythical night-time journey up the U.S. Gulf Coast from Texas into Louisiana. The album is a continuous composition, in which sampled music (including Elvis Presley, Fleetwood Mac, Acker Bilk and Tuvan throat singers), vocal samples and sound effects are overlaid with original music.
(more at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chill_Out)
Recorded in 2013 by Daniel Rehn (danielrehn.com) for platform studies/digital preservation purposes.
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