Following the release of halc’s first chiptunes album, Legitimacy, we now have another release from the talented composer.
Posts Tagged ‘chiptunes’
Yeah, yeah. We know PAX East 2012 seemed like forever ago. And yes, we’ve probably covered everything from live streams of PAX East to some pretty cool live shows. But we figured that we can give you a little nostalgic run for those who went and for those who haven’t… well, we wanted to give you a more personal glimpse of the event itself. This week’s Quick Look features the awesome Danimal Cannon sharing his seemingly infinite knowledge on chiptunes.
There was a chiptune show in SF. And it had a great line-up. Oh, and Mirby was able to get in. Check out her exclusive visit to 8bitSF Presents POW: Indie Music and Developers Collide in San Francisco!
Another triple review from none other than ThaSauce’s own exuberant Mirby, featuring exquisite remixing from the likes of Amphibious, Joshua Morse, and Nario!
After another brief break from the review industry, Taylor Brown returns with a triple review! Read as she reviews three albums that were released earlier this year, back-to-back-to-back. It is highly recommended that you, the reader, obtain these albums before reading this. Or after. Whichever works.
It’s another double review, this time all about halc! Well, not all, since other people worked on The Sound of Speed as well, but close. And the day I post this happens to be his birthday, so even better! Read this awesome review of two phenomenal albums!!
In this review of the recently released PokÃ©mon: The Missingno Tracks, I guide you, the reader, on an audio tour of the album on a track by track basis. If you’ve been keeping up with my articles, then you know the drill. Read on!