Living Here In The Future

Bedford Level Experiment

Four songs inspired by some of our favourite sci-fi movies: Tron, E.T., 2001, and Slipstream (the 1989 movie that nobody likes but us).

Videos for songs from this EP:
Bit Pair: https://youtu.be/Appmg64tZB0
87 Cards: https://youtu.be/JVu4xMGFv9o
Living Here In The Future: https://youtu.be/UjEpDfIt07o

Video for Slipstream coming as soon as someone asks for it!
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  1. 1 Bit Pair 03:28 Info Buy
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  2. 2 87 Cards 02:44 Info Buy
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  3. 3 Living Here In The Future 03:45 Info Buy
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  4. 4 Slipstream 02:55 Info Buy
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"Living Here in the Future" is now available:

Google Play  iTunes  Spotify

Place Without A Computer

Bedford Level Experiment

Bedford Level Experiment’s debut full-length album, “Place Without A Computer”, is the true story of a young boy growing up in the 1980s, obsessed with video games and computers, but without one of his own.

The album takes us from the opening song, the lament “Bored In My Room”, through the eye-opening experience of seeing Pong for the first time in “Sault Ste. Marie”. From the ode to the earliest handheld games, “Vacuum Fluorescent Display”, and the first RPGs played on mainframe computer terminals in university basements, “Rogue”, to a tribute to the Block Parent’s helper, the Atari 2600, in “School Evacuation”.

Through the emotional highs and lows of the three-part retelling of purchasing and then being forced to return that coveted first personal computer, the Timex/Sinclair 1000. Finally, the album ends with a surprise happy ending, with the much more successful purchase of a second computer.
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  1. 1 Bored In My Room 02:51 Info Buy
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  2. 2 Place Without A Computer 03:47 Info Buy
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  3. 3 Sault Ste. Marie 03:10 Info Buy
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  4. 4 Rogue 02:20 Info Buy
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  5. 5 I Want A Turn 03:15 Info Buy
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  6. 6 Vacuum Fluorescent Display 02:30 Info Buy
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  7. 7 School Evacuation 03:27 Info Buy
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  8. 8 Buying A Computer 02:46 Info Buy
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  9. 9 Programmed For Hours 03:01 Info Buy
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  10. 10 Unsaved 03:24 Info Buy
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  11. 11 Saved 05:17 Info Buy
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"Place Without A Computer" is now available on:
iTunes   Bandcamp   Spotify   Amazon   Google Play  

Nerd So Low

Bedford Level Experiment

A solo album by Robin, written in mid-November 2016, and recorded entirely during US Thanksgiving weekend. A less polished, but heartfelt offering that picks up from our debut "Place Without A Computer". Lo-fi basement nerdrock.

With themes of loneliness, bullying, and anxiety, along with some funny moments, these songs are written from the perspective of a young computer nerd growing up in the 1980s.

Written for National Solo Album Month: https://nasoalmo.org/

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  1. 1 Morning TV 02:34 Info Buy
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  2. 2 Switchbox 03:03 Info Buy
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  3. 3 Nap the Sap 02:50 Info Buy
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  4. 4 Computer Camp 02:54 Info Buy
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  5. 5 Summer Rain 03:44 Info Buy
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  6. 6 Uncle 02:21 Info Buy
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  7. 7 Game Boy Colour 03:59 Info Buy
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  8. 8 Robin's or Tim's 03:05 Info Buy
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  9. 9 Surrender 03:09 Info Buy
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  10. 10 Anxiety 04:13 Info Buy
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A Very Commodore 64 Christmas

Bedford Level Experiment

Our Christmas EP, with "A Commodore 64 Christmas", and the sequel "Jolly Old St. Nick (1984 C64 Upgrade Version)", about wanting a computer for Christmas 1982, and then 1983... and then a disk drive in 1984. Also featuring our cover of The Doubleclicks classic "Christmas Ain't About Me".

Watch the videos:
Commodore 64 Christmas: https://youtu.be/J-Vjf8no2nU
Jolly Old St. Nicholas (C64 upgrade version): https://youtu.be/F4EeQ5P5l7k
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