After opening for Grammy Nominee Imogen Heap on her UK tour, Pixelh8 rocketed into the spotlight with several national (UK) and international interviews and articles.
The long awaited 14-track debut album, which melted two laptops in the process, took two commodore 64''s, one 48k spectrum, one nes, one snes, five gameboys, several kids toys and keyboards, countless yards of wire and solder to make.
Videogames Ruined My Life Pixelh8''s debut album is a journey through all that is 8 bit.
"...I’m more into geeky noise music. I got a great support act through MySpace called Pixelh8. He makes music out of discarded toys such as Game Boys and Speak & Spells. I love his music. I didn’t realise there was such a scene for revitalising old toys. I didn’t know it was possible to create music on a Game Boy, using specially written software. It’s quite exciting." - Imogen Heap - Metro Magazine
"I’ve gotten quite into 8bit-chip-hop (I don''t know what they call it but hot dang is it good!) As a result thanks to Pixelh8" - Imogen Heap taken from her I-Blog @ https://www.tradebit.com
"Unbelievably, Matt has managed to make entire tracks using just old consoles. And they don''t sound like a five year old pressing random keys on a crap synth. In fact his tunes are glitchy electronic house and dirty soulful electronica." -
DJ Magazine UK Vol 4 Issue 35
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