In november 2017 the Museo de Infomática of Argentina held an exhibit of Pungas de Villa Martelli's productions running on their retro and modern computers and screens.
The peak point of the exhibit was during the "night of the museums" when thousands of people attended.
We present "Argentine Songbook Vol. 1" a Commodore 64 computer music album with 8 bit renditions of argentinian music tracks in different genres. In this album we propose a re-interpretation of our national music through the use of technology considered obsolete, underground or plainly discarded by todays system and technologic standards, that however set the foundation for today's artistic trends.
This music disc is called "¡Arriba las manos!" (Hands up!) and can be run on any C64. It contains about half an hour worth of music including original songs by our members Co Mu, Los pat moritas, and one original song and various sid covers by Uctumi. This couldn't have been possible without the esoteric and intimate code of riq and munshkr; picassian brush strokes and hieroglyph charsets of alakran and arlequin; arachnic bugfixes of munshkr; dope petsciis of acid and telephatic collaboration from the rest of the pungas...
In April 30th, 2016 we exploded a bomb of SID music and PETSCII art in the biggest cultural event of Latin America, The performance was done with two Commodore 64 and other electronic artifacts @ Bibliotecas de la Ciudad, Feria Internacional del Libro de Buenos Aires.
High resolution capitalism'a proletariats in charge of the digital strike were, by alphabetical order DESC: Uctumi, Petscii Cola, Naku/Los Los Pat Moritas, Co Mu and Arlequin.
We will be performing live music and visuals at Blipblop PARTY in Buenos Aires. See you there!
We had a successful participation in Synchrony 2016, New York. Check out "Flow ahead" by Uctumi / PVM entered at SYNCHRONY 2016 combined music compo. Awarded with 2nd place. "Porro", SID song by Naku. 2nd place in the Oldskool demo category.
Although this webpage still being developed we have landed on facebook, you can visit us here.
Octavo / PVM participation in Zoo 2015 was covered by the most important C64 demoscene magazine. You can check it here.
We participated in Zoo 2015 (Finland), bringing several C64 sid releases full of cumbia and native sounds. It was an amazing experiencie,
thank you to the organizers, TRIAD and several other guys.
You can check the releases at:
http://csdb.dk/release/?id=142322 http://csdb.dk/release/?id=142330 http://csdb.dk/release/?id=142313 http://csdb.dk/release/?id=142328
Or listen them in the Media section of this webpage.
See you soon!
Geekodelic tracked song by Uctumi was included in OpenMPT 1.25.01.00 as part of the demo tunes. You can download this great tracker from here.
Plenty of exception new members (coders, pixel artists and musicians) joined to PVM, as for example Co Mu, Naku, Alakran, The Woz, Riq, Petscii cola, Gabo and others. We want to give them a warm welcome and keep Pungas rolling.
We released our first online demo in Edison 2015 (Sweden). It was our first demoscene party entry after a few years, and it worth the effort! Check it out here.
Something weird happened a our lives. We were a bit asleep but an intergalactic message from the future came to our mind saying: Time to back to life.