New Bitmap Album Released
Added on 18th February 2005

The second album by Bitmap (ex Salako member Luke Barwell’s solo project) was released on January 31st 2005 on General Electric. The album, Micro/Macro has once again earned Bitmap considerable critical acclaim.
“Micro/Macro is a consistently charming affair” – The Independent on Sunday
“Bitmap’s brand of bedroom futurism really zings.” – Uncut Magazine
“Nuclear Pet Sounds” – Rip and Burn
“Understated beauty and stunning invention” – The Fly
“The kind of pop music we can only wish was populating the charts…like Beck
hanging out with the Zutons” – Play Music
“From the magpie mind of a 21st century Brian Wilson who articulates everything
we love about music” – soundsxp.com
Find out more about it at http://www.bitmap2005.co.uk and http://www.gentle-electric.com.

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