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[] [] Gameboy Music [] []

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by j, Mar 18, 2004.

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    Anyone have/know of any bands doing "chip music" or music with old computers/video games? I'm talking real bands using GB's and such as actual instruments. This really interests me.

    I grew up with Nintendo and Atari being a big part of my early childhood. I don't know if it helped me any, but anyway.. some of the music I'm hearing is pretty good.

    I found a few links to get people who might be interested a start:
    Wired article: 8bit Punk
    Another article
    yet another article
    some more info asdfjawjexxxx

    Add your own.

    Somewhat related, and cool: http://www.gamebombing.com/

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  3. --zeSto--

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    my friend told me about this 'band' of 4 germans
    who wrote some kind of music software for the
    gameboy advance and they've actually gone on tour.

    the 4 gameboys are linked together and they 'play' a live 'show'.

    I'll try to find a link
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    Awesome thread!

    Normal Gameboy/Nintendo music is also
    highly appreciated by me.
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    the smile adventure
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    Fantastic idea for a thread! I read that wired article a couple months back, and was really interested in it. However, I ended up being a lazy-ass and never checking it out. I'd really like to learn of some specific bands, especially if you have them on your slsk.
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    I'll be sure to check the others out. Thanks makros.
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