Christophe Goulet-LeBlanc is a one man chip music project. Under his alias, Kommisar, he delivers the nostalgic sound of the 8bit era. Straight from Atlantic Canada, he's that one dude with a fro and a gameboy. All songs are available for free download. Released under Creative Commons license CC BY-SA.
Sabrepulse is a 22 year-old Yorkshire born laptop/chip musician currently based in Aberdeen, Scotland while at university. Sabrepulse has recently finished touring the UK as part of the Chiptune Alliance with Anamanaguchi and Firebrand Boy and also has toured in Europe this year. From an early age heavily influenced by the sights and sounds of the 8/16bit videogame era, he came to start sequencing music in late 2001 after deciding to rewrite the soundtracks to seminal Amiga 500 classics, notably 'Escape From The Planet Of The Robot Monsters' (however...
This artists real name is Epichunt. (yes, with a full stop)
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Nullsleep creates powerful romantic pop using repurposed low-bit electronics in a relentless search for new ways to circumvent their limitations. Bittersweet melodies and driving, rhythmic pulses are coaxed out of small plastic devices to produce a surprisingly intense sound. In 1999 Nullsleep cofounded 8bitpeoples, a collective of artists interested in the audio-visual aesthetics of early home computers and video game consoles.
Jellica is a cat.
Skip Cloud (formerly known as 'Skp') is a chiptune artist from Belfast, Northern Ireland. He writes his music on Nintendo Gameboys
Started using Little Sound DJ in June 2009
Has been gigging since October 2009 http://www.skipcloud.bandcamp.com www.twitter.com/SkipCloud www.soundcloud.com/skipcloud www.facebook.com/skipcloud
Firebrand Boy is a chiptune and electronica producer from Greenock, Scotland. He is part of the new wave of chiptune musicians who were born after the rise of the demoscene. He has releases on several labels, including: Crunchyco, Toilville, 8bitpeoples, mp3death, Pale Fox Records, Intikrec and PixelPOP! Records.