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Ace Attorney Piano album ⊟

Sounds great, if these clips from the recording sessions are any indication! The album, due out April 23, features 19 tracks from the first three Ace Attorney games, because Capcom apparently chooses not to acknowledge the rest of them. Via Siliconera.

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  • Source capcom.co.jp

Wish I Were You (feat. Akira Yamaoka)

Jim Guthrie • In Flux

Let me start with a full disclosure: Brave Wave Productions is a Yamauchi level supporter of our Club Tiny Patreon. That’s not why I’m linking to this track, not exactly, but I wanted to be open about the relationship so you don’t think I’m trying to sneak some advertising in here.

Basically, it was only after Brave Wave pledged to our drive that I realized I could afford to check out their new album In Flux, which I’d wanted to do since its release last month. I listened to it yesterday, and it is so, so cool!

The standout track after my first listen is “Wish I Were You,” a collaboration between Sworcery composer Jim Guthrie and Silent Hill/Shadows of the Damned composer and guitar wizard Akira Yamaoka. I’ve embedded it here, and I’m just going to listen to it again.

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  • Source Bandcamp

STU - INTRODUCING THE CHIP BASS (MIXTAPE - SIDE B)

Chipmusic veteran and Atari operator STU put together a great mix of of dirty, dirty chipbass tracks. It’s a 31-minute mix but well worth your time and includes Tiny Chip favorites Monodeer, Kodek, Misfit Chris, Disrupt and many more! The mix linked here is side B; there is also a side A with many more favorites.

MORE My favorite STU EP, Atari Solo
  • Source SoundCloud / STU

Jamn

This new George & Jonathan track is my jamn. The chip duo — responsible for creating the freshest tunes that make you feel like you’re chillin’ in a Sonic the Hedgehog world in the pre-3D, pre-buff-Knuckles, no-new-friends days — released this track as a teaser to their upcoming album.

Here’s the deal with that album, according to G&J:

"George & Jonathan III is coming very soon.
George & Jonathan III will ruin your life.”

Looking forward to it!

  • Source SoundCloud / George & Jonathan

Volume 1 Remix Preview

One day left to put your money down for a Shortsleeves cassette! I’ve mentioned before that The Shortsleeves are one of my favorite chip groups, and they’re kickstarting a tape that will include all of its old materials, new songs, and remixes from friends. The audio embedded here contains samples from two remixes: Bear & Walrus with "In the Memory", and sylcmyk taking on "OceanSideArcade".

But lemme holla at you for a sec while you’re in a crowdfunding mood. These nice folks need your support:

  • My once coworker and indie games tastemaker Brandon Boyer got screwed over by Humana and cancer — help him pay some bills
  • Elizabeth Simins produces great comics about being bad at games
  • DB0 makes it possible for people to play one of my new obsessions, Netrunner, online through OCTGN
  • Anna Anthropy creates beautiful games
  • Merrit Kopas runs Forest Ambassador, which is like a Tiny Cartridge for free and accessible games

If you have suggestions for other Kickstarter/Patreon/Whatevers that you think should be highlighted, make sure to mention them in our comments! I’m sure I’ve forgotten some important ones — these are just what immediately popped up in my head.

  • Source SoundCloud / TheShortsleeves

Pixel Passion

Arcade High • Pixel Passion

Synthpop dreamwave loveboats Arcade High wowed my metaphorical pants off at this past Pulsewave (almost full video here). The duo from Pittsburgh may be somewhat newcomers to the chipmusic scene but have no shortage of enthusiasm for making great music.

Pixel Passion is the first track off of their album of the same name.  Dreamwave, floatcore, synthpop are all great descriptors but whatever you call it, it never fails to put a smile on my face.

DON'T MISS Their cover of Sonic's Green Hill Zone theme
  • Source Bandcamp

Bodega Run (The Riders Remix)

Crying • Return to Olde World

Here’s something to enjoy while we wait for Crying to release its “ES” music video and next EP (which the band finished recording last week). It’s a collection of Olde World demos, along with a “Bodega Run” remix. Love the “Rat Baby” demos on this.

More stuff to have a good cry about:

Don’t forget to grab an Olde Worlde cassette for $5 (+$3 shipping).

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  • Source Bandcamp

Must watch, must Kickstart: The Shortsleeves ⊟

I love, love The Shortsleeves, the “dream chip” duo made up of Jenn de la Vega on keyboard and Paul Owens on Game Boy, both of whom have been instrumental in helping other chip acts get noticed. I’ve featured their music here a number of times in the past, and we even used their fabulous “Rabbit Feet” tune for our crowdfunding pitch video, which I’m told isn’t bad!

This pitch video for The Shortsleeves’ newly launched Kickstarter project, though, is just marvelous, perfect even. Watch it. The group wants to put together a full-length album on a cassette that will house its previous tracks, new songs, and remixes from other artists. To do that, Jenn and Paul are hoping to raise $1,000 in the next month. Put down some money for a tape and help them make it happen, please!

  • Source kickstarter.com
Preorder Crying’s “Get Olde” tape ⊟
This is like one of the few times I’m actually happy to have an old’n busted car with a tape deck! You can grab one of these (initial run of 100 cassettes) for $5, plus $3 s/h. Orders will begin shipping out some time next week. The full 7-track digital EP is still available to download with pay-what-you-want pricing at Bandcamp. How many times do I have to tell you that the album is so good?
And if you missed the deadline to submit your own sing-a-long clip for Crying’s upcoming “ES” music video, you can still send something in! It turns out that was a fake deadline, and they don’t care when you submit your video.
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Preorder Crying’s “Get Olde” tape ⊟

This is like one of the few times I’m actually happy to have an old’n busted car with a tape deck! You can grab one of these (initial run of 100 cassettes) for $5, plus $3 s/h. Orders will begin shipping out some time next week. The full 7-track digital EP is still available to download with pay-what-you-want pricing at Bandcamp. How many times do I have to tell you that the album is so good?

And if you missed the deadline to submit your own sing-a-long clip for Crying’s upcoming “ES” music video, you can still send something in! It turns out that was a fake deadline, and they don’t care when you submit your video.

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Prom Night (Lindsay Lowend Remix)

Prom Night (Lindsay Lowend Remix). Damnnnn… This was my favorite track off Endless Fantasy, and Anamanaguchi and Lindsay Lowend somehow managed to improve on it, or at least do its remix justice. That Capcom-esque bit at 00:32 is runnin’ the streets.

The band, currently touring in Europe, also posted a 2K14 version on its Soundcloud page. There’s a music video in the works, too. I saw Anamanaguchi perform the song with Bianca Racquel last summer — shout-outs to Adam for getting me in — and it was unbelievable. I hope this single release gets a lot of play and forces them to do more shows together this year.

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  • Source SoundCloud / Anamanaguchi

The 8Bit Harmonica ⊟

It’s a harmonica inside a Famicom cartridge! That plays chip sounds when you blow into it! It’s like a multilayered joke that also sounds amazing. Good work, ugoita! I want one for musical cassette fufu. Via miki800!

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  • Source ugoita.com

Doctor Popular’s chiptune album on a GBA cart ⊟

Through this Kickstarter, you can get Doctor Popular’s new album “Destroy All Presets” for any price as a download. Or, if you have $65 to put into it, you can get a custom copy of the GBA music/sound editor Nanoloop with DocPop’s tracks pre-loaded and remixable.

These special carts will come preloaded with 10 of my tracks for you to play/remix as well as all the software you need to create your own chiptune music on your Game Boy Advance. Each cart comes with an instructable zine (and pdf) to get you started.”

The carts won’t be manufactured unless the Kickstarter goes through. At $2700 of its $6500 goal so far, I think it will! Who doesn’t want a musical doodad for their GBA?

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