Earlier tonight, chiptune-rock band Anamanaguchi performed their hit song Endless Fantasy on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. And now I've got a sudden hankering for some space pizza.
Check out Anamanaguchi's newest video from their album Endless Fantasy. Go ahead, jean-jacket pizza-delivery science girl. You can help them expand the album beyond mere music by supporting them on Kickstarter.
I don't even know what else to say, really, about NYC-based chip-rock quartet Anamanaguchi. Their music more or less speaks for itself.
You don't have to be a regular Kotaku reader to know that "8-bit" has become one a hugely popular aesthetic. 8-bit art, 8-bit music, 8-bit everything.
I've only been to Toronto once, and it was in high school for a band trip. I think we went to "Medieval Times"?
When comic book series Scott Pilgrim came to video game form last year—as Ubisoft's Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game—it played like an old-school beat 'em up, with pixelated style. But it could have been a very different adventure.
Scott Pilgrim cartoonist Bryan Lee O'Malley posted a track from the upcoming video game adaption of the movie adaption of comic Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, over on his website.
Online record label Pterodactyl Squad has released a free 8-bit Weezer tribute album, featuring some of the biggest names in chiptune paying homage to the band's greatest works.
by Leigh Alexander The notoriously insular and fickle Brooklyn music scene has had its doors blown off, and the culprit is – NES sound chip music?