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Jojeli    (1991 - 17 December 2020)

Ex member of :
Artline Designs (13/1-2019 -> 17/12-2020) [web], Blaze (12-1991 -> 12-1992) [web], Princes of the Universe (1991 -> 1992), Siesta (2016 -> 17/12-2020), Unity ( -> 1993)
Functions :
Musician, Swapper

Handlestory :
I entered the C64 scene as Dr Lamer. Later (quite soon actually) changed the handle to Jojeli. Now after a comeback to the scene and a few years of consideration, decided to change it to Frostbyte.

Trivia :
I left the C64 scene at late -92 or early -93 due to being totally bored with the prods released at that time, thinking that everything on this machine that can be done, has been done. Demos and games seemed to get worse and worse every day. What comes to games, that was true (but only for a few years... Things have improved greatly since). What comes to demos, oh how wrong was I...

Even though I left the scene, I never fully abandoned it (or the C64), but just kept following it passively through my friend, Aomeba/Siesta. Closer to Y2K I got more and more "actively passive", and got interested in other scenes too, mainly VIC-20, partially thanks to ease of getting new releases from the web. I even made a few tunes on VIC using Fisichella, and attended Alt party V and VI in 2004 and 2005.

I moved to Netherlands in 2006, and a couple of years later found out that there's going to be a C64 only party close to where I lived, so of course it was a must to attend. That party was X'2008. I went there with Aomeba who flew from Finland, dragging an SX-64 with us that I had bought just a while earlier for repair, and that Aomeba repaired on the day before party. Totally worth it. :) And what a great party it was! Felt really pumped and full of C64 energy after it. I was keen to finally start composing on C64 (a dream since the beginning of my "scene career"), and maybe learn a bit of coding as well... But as usual, time passed, nothing got done, and enthusiasm faded away.

Many things happened since. I moved back to Finland in 2014, and in 2015 we went to Zoo Party with Aomeba. After the party we were pumped again. We thought that it is now or never - we're not getting any younger. If we want to become active on C64 scene again and actually produce something, this is the time. So things started rolling. Aomeba got in touch with Adder, we woke up Siesta from the dead, I began composing and we made few demos. Three years later we all co-joined Artline Designs (while Siesta still producing stuff too), and we are still on that road.

Other handles used by this scener :(Display all info for all handles)
Frostbyte(Currently used handle)
Dr Lamer(1991 - 1991)

Country :

Organizer of :
2020 Short Music and SFX Loop Competition

Credits :
DownloadHeavy Industrial Machinery by Artline Designs ...  2020 Music  (Music)
DownloadFantomas by Siesta ...  2020 Demo  (Music, Design)
DownloadEmpty by Artline Designs ...  2020 Music  (Music)
DownloadHighly Accurate 6581R3 SID Emulator for 8580 by Artline Designs ...  2020 Music  (Code, Music)
DownloadTen Pokes by Artline Designs ...  2019 Music  (Music)
DownloadOut of Contex by Artline Designs ...  2019 Demo  (Music)
DownloadHi Five by Siesta ...  2018 Demo  (Music)
DownloadWelcome to the Holodeck II by Siesta ...  2016 Demo  (Music, Text)

Attended :
Assembly Online 2020
Psykoz 2020
Zoo 2019
Zoo 2017
Zoo 2015
The Alternative Party 6 (2005)
The Alternative Party 5 (2004)
Assembly 1995
Assembly 1994

User ratings :  
As Musician:awaiting 8 votes (5 left)   See votestatistics
As Swapper:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)
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