“We used to be the only band with a computer on stage”.
Almost anyone can hum the original NES theme of Super Mario Bros., but if you asked them what genre of music it fell into, most probably wouldn’t know what to say. Sure, one could just describe it as video game music, but it could also be described as chiptune. The word chiptune is used to describe an entire genre of music that is made using the sound chips found in old, outdated hardware like an original NES or Game Boy. And if you’re familiar with the Chiptune genre, you’re probably also familiar with the band that helped pioneer it, Anamanaguchi.
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