Anamanaguchi is an American instrumental chiptune indie rock band from New York City, that:
makes loud, fast music with a NES from 1985.
They create music using a modified NES and a Gameboy, while also play traditional instruments. Their music is not only influenced by videogames, but it’s also mainly inspired by “simple pop stuff, like Weezer and the Beach Boys”.
They had their first full album around 2009, called Dawn Metropolis. Later, one of their biggest projects was creating the music for the videogame adaptation of the Scott Pilgrim graphic novel, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game.
Currently they just released their second studio album: Endless Fantasy, on May 14, 2013. Little before that, they released a Kickstarter project page to help them not only to help release the album in physical form in stores, but they are planning to make of Endless Fantasy a full experience involving multiple media. It has some interesting prizes for the backers so it’s good to check them out, it’ll probably have some days left by the time this gets posted. If not you can always give them some support by buying their album on iTunes, or you can also have a listen on Spotify.
Endless Fantasy on Spotify:
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