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LukHash is an electro-chiptune artist based in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (born Wroclaw, Poland).

It all started in 2003, when LukHash began creating and recording musical compositions as SH Music. A veritable one-man-band, he wrote and recorded all parts for guitars, bass, piano, drums and synths himself.

Six years later, the sound began to tilt more towards the electronic, as inspiration manifested from the machines of bygone years. He began experimenting with SID chiptune and the Nintendo digital logic soundchip as well as Commodore 64 systems and a couple of 1989's hacked Nintendo Gameboy consoles. The result was a blend of original 8bit sound channeled into 80's and Rock music known as LukHash.

From then until now, LukHash has continued his musical evolution, deftly compelling his 8bit mechanized minions to do his bidding via beat-soaked electro chiptune to express things which cannot be said or shown. He exerts a seemingly effortless, yet rare, adept manipulation of his electronic muse… all whilst producing music which unmistakably comes straight from the heart.

Ultimately, innovating with cutting-edge music, programmatic tech-savvy, and unstoppable energy is what LukHash does best - and this is just the beginning for those tuned in to experience comes next…

LUKHASH MUSIC self-defined as 8bit-Rock is a fusion of many different styles and music genres. Commodore 64 systems and a 1989's hacked Nintendo Gameboy consoles create a blend of original 8bit sound from 80's and electro-rock music. Pure crunch and raw sonority of these retro machines uniquely fuses with some modern sounds.

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