Yeah, I’m a bit late to the party. Looking moody with an Amiga is so much cooler than looking moody with a Game Boy.
This one goes for some pretty trad scenefeel, but seems fairly tongue in cheek.
Includes some nice fresh sounds from qwan, Linde, GOTO80, Omri Suleiman and firedrill.
Another great chip one from Metallurgic. Ambient devotional LVX 93 93/93 I suppose.
More fancy NES darkstep/neurofunk/novelty trap. Artist’s own tags.
This one is a bit nostalgic. Bunch of Micromusic.net era stuff along some other shit.
David e. Sugar vs Ears – First ok
Lo-bat – A room, broom, guy and a mirror
peeR – Slack
Paza Rahm – Mindfields
GwEm – YM303 Ruffneck
Yerzmyey – Temple of Asherah
Bit Shifter – Parapersona Crash
Muzak Efron – I Wish You Would’ve Died In High School
Overthruster – Tampo1
POSTAL MARKET – Toast Rider
OM – cityAtNight
Proswell 20101107 towel_
Mark Denardo – Machine
BBC – CuteToKill
Sidabitball vs Screamclub – Smalltown Girl
Mini Melodies – Burt Lancaster
8bit Betty – Was That Away Message for Me?
Bodenständig 2000 RNAY
Blitz Lunar – Zone 1
Chimeratio – Escape From the Lab
Keishi Yonao – Modulationarism
Penny And Ashtray – Python
Qwertypak – Clumsed
Minikomi – skip for love
505 – RoboST
Trimbal – Ym still here
What is it about there being so much great chimpmusics around that is vibing the same vibe as me right now?
I went to a gig the other night and there were these guys with racks of fancy wires and it seemed pretty popular for moody guy improvisation but I like this more.
Logic Bomb was one of the first next level shit Game Boy musicians I heard, avoiding the usual nostalgic tropes and going for a more modern feelings. Ha, like I’m not getting nostalgic for 2006 right now.
Beyond an 8bp release and a few things on micromusic.net, there doesn’t appear to be much of his Game Boy stuff around online. A real shame because he seems to have a whole bunch of things that were never released properly.
This is cheeky live bootleg is from b4 he became a psychedelic trance dude from Sweden or something. The first half is pretty good singy songy stuff and the second half is where the rave action starts. I also chucked in my faves from micromusic.net, since you can’t seem to get an account for downloads anymore.
Techno sid mix. Ed, Raveguru, Jeff, all the cool C64 musicians that just use their first names.
It’s a shame when an artist’s music seems to largely unavailable. Cow’p made a bunch of weird Game Boy bass stuff on Nanoloop before it was cool to make Game Boy bass stuff. Maybe.
Cool Solomon’s Key cover not included sadly.