Disasteradio stars as a Kiwi Mad Max in ‘Drop the Bomb’

Watch New Zealand favourite Luke Rowell in a nightmarish vision of the not-so-distant future.

Posted on Jul 23rd, 2012 in Videos, Disasteradio / By James Pullin

The accolades for Disasteradio have now amounted into quite a noticeable heap. The one man band's 2007 album Visions was voted 'New Zealand Release of the Year' by Real Groove magazine, and his mimetic hit 'Gravy Rainbow' is a certified youtube heavyweight with over 500,000 views. Since then Disasteradio, aka Luke Rowell, has turned his fascination for computer music into a string of eargrabbing chip tunes which resist even the most click happy movements to the recycle bin.

Disasterradio's latest release into the world wide internet is 'Drop The Bomb', an irresistibly pixelated chant-along straight from the deepest vaults of Cyberdyne Systems. The video is distorted by that blurred vision of the distant future that almost makes Mad Max the single greatest film ever produced, and if the Carmageddon style car chase isn't the best thing you've seen today then you're probably already living in a post-apocalyptic wasteland with Mel Gibson.

Visit the Disasteradio website here, and donate as much as you can (or like) for Luke's music.