Recommended Tuesday Show: Ear Pwr, Adventure, and Anamanaguchi at Death By Audio

l_62d4a0777f006a71c0e131e32726aceeTuesday is the night of 8-bit.  Not familiar? 8-bit is an emerging type of music that is created from using video game noises, old  hand-held video game devices, and other historical kinds of synthesizers.  And Tuesday at Death By Audio is going to be chock full of this!  I just wrote a post on Ear Pwr a few days ago, and are the exception to the theme of the night.  Advenutre (pictured above), like Ear Pwr, is on Carpark records and produces music solely from old Game Boys.  I saw him at CMJ, and while I’m still a little bit skeptical about this whole genre in general, he did put on a pretty fun dance party for the kids.  Anamanguchi does much of the same, but with a little more rock thrown in.  As I said, I’m not actually a fan of this music, but it’s definitely an interesting exercise and will almost certainly make for a fun night, if you’re in the mood for that sort of thing.  You can check out the mp3 below if you’re unsure of what you could be getting yourself into.

MP3: “Helix Nebula” – Anamanaguchi

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  1. a bro says:

    adventure actually doesnt just use gameboy stuff i dont even think he does gameboy stuff either way hes rad woord

  2. New York Rock Market says:

    you’re right, i misspoke. he certainly uses other synths and whatnot, not solely game boys. but, i saw him at cmj and he definitely uses 8-bit gaming devices and sounds.

  3. Eli Lilly says:

    Shit, that track is rock hard!

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