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"Wayfinder" music video by Infinity Shred

I loved this track when we first posted it a few months ago, but now the band formerly known as Starscream has put together a gnar video to go along with it. Keep with the video past the first minute and a half — skateboards forever and ever.

Other chip music I’ve had in my headphones lately:

I also can’t get Kendrick Lamar and The Game’s new albums out of iTunes rotation. Why aren’t there chip mixes of “Swimming Pools” and “Ali Bomaye” yet?

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"Wayfinder" by Infinity Shred — or Starscream, as you might have known them by before the band recently changed its name due to legal issues. This is the first single from the newly named group, and its upcoming release EP 001 (Gnar Dream), releasing May 15.

As has become customary with these music links, other chiptune stuff I’ve been meaning to mention:

Oh, and you can buy that awesome “Wayfinder” song, which you really should listen to all the way, here.

Hear also: More Starscream tracks

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"Future, and It Doesn’t Work", the title track from Starscream’s latest EP released through 8bitpeoples.

You can stream the entire album — “a tale of victory, science, and potentially catastrophic foreign policy” — from the band’s Muxtape site, or download the tracks from 8BP. Check out the badass cover art from Asif Siddiky:

See also: “Gravity In Terms Of Space-Time”, “The Rad Truths About Hockey Fights”

[Image via Grafik]

"Gravity In Terms Of Space-Time" by Starscream.

This is a taste of the band’s upcoming five-track EP, Future, And It Doesn’t Work, releasing later this month on 8 Bit Peoples. It’s not a bad taste at all!

See also: “The Rad Truths About Hockey Fights” by Starscream

"The Rad Truths About Hockey Fights" by Starscream.

This track comes from Seasonal Affective, an upcoming compilation album featuring songs complementing the winter-to-spring transition. It follows Fade to Fall, a similar release interpreting the summer-to-fall months.

”[Seasonal Affective] spans the full narrative of the season, taking you from the night of the first snowfall to biting winds bearing muddy sleet and ending with the first day you don’t need a scarf anymore.”

Here’s a shot of Starscream from a recent show:

See also: “Heartbeat Blizzard” by Tanooki

[Photo via Richard Gin]