The follow up to his first EP – The Tale of The Fable of the Legend of HPizzle. This album was created using famitracker, in a traditional Nintendo style, but with a frighteningly aggressive twist on everything.
Another epic release from NoiChan superstar, 8-BITchin’tendo. Aggressive rhythms created using traditional Nintendo sounds. Not much more can be said about this, other than it slays, as usual.
Sean Monistat’s new EP, “PRAY FOR DEATH” is 4-tracks of horrorpunk about drugs, hooking, being a vampire, and hanging out in graveyards.
I made it on the Nintendo DS with Korg-DS 10, played some guitar over it, and yelled a bunch.
Check it out, if it sounds like your thing.
Is it weird I used my own name in the title? I think it is.
I’m hosting a remix contest with my label GameChops. You can download the stems to my song Powerglove and remix it. Entrys due by June 25th. More moar details WEBSITE
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This is our first re-release, but completely worth it. This is also our very first NES release, from chiptune demi-god, 8-BITchin’tendo. This album combines a modern funk feel with the classical nintendo approach that we all know and love.
November 10, 2011 in Software
“Rytmik Retrobits is an application for creating rhythmical and melodic themes and for composing whole songs. Its user interface blends the fast and well-arranged interface of classic drum machines with flexible pattern interface of popular trackers and with modern sound library. It contains more than 180 carefully selected authentic retro sound samples of electronic drums, percussions, bass, melodic instruments and effects from 8-bit and 16-bit computers and classic consoles.
“Rytmik Retrobits is not only for playing with sounds; in the hands of a skilful musician it can become a serious musical instrument – a surprisingly powerful pocket music station. For the best musical experience we recommend connecting headphones or quality speaker system. You’ll become the king of retro party in no time…”
Rytmik Retrobits is currently available on DSiWare in Europe, with releases in North America and Japan to be announced.