is a music blog dedicated to the growth and review of the Australian chiptune scene. More info about us can be found here, in our very first post. If you (the Australasian chiptuner) have any upcoming shows or releases, contact us about them through this blog or on IRC and we will post them here for the world to see. If you are interested in finding more about the Australian chipmusic scene, follow us on twitter and facebook, check this artist list & release directory and check in with our gig partners Sound Bytes.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008


Hello world,

We are Game Boy Australia! This is a new a music blog that is hoping to promote and explore the local and global chiptune scenes. Game Boy Australia will be maintained by Tom (aka Ten Tousand Free Men & Their Families, from Sydney) and Alex (aka Dot.AY, from the Brizzieland) with posts about past and future shows, releases both free and paid, and other exciting chiptune news, links, tips, tricks, sounds, sets, interviews and artists. We hope to see the Australian scene grow along with the readership of this blog!

If you want to get in contact with us with ideas, feedback etc., leave a comment here or head over to to one of the links at the bottom of this page and find a contact/message button on those pages.

(Forgive the pun)

Visit us on now!

We have a new writer: little-scale.

Welcome to the team Celsius.

Get on the IRC channel!


anders said...

hey, just found this demoparty taking place in melbourne - might be of interest to you? there's a chip-compo anyway!


(oh, and i like this blog!)

trash80 said...

arduinoboy can sync as many devices as you want (i've tested up to 4). furthermore the code is easily expendable / changeable / tweakable. :)

you should add to the negative side of lsdjmc2 that the sync needs the plus & minus buttons to get into sync, it doesn't fall into sync immediately. that was the reason ardunioboy was started in the first place. ;)

Team Thesaurus said...

James Earthenware

Playing Live in PERTH

This weekend...Saturday and Sunday

Playing with Casio pioneer Adem K from Turnstyle, Bridget Turner from Boys Boys Boys and circuit bending wonders The Gizzards.

some details at facebook here:

So you can get an idea of is a youtube link.

Anonymous said...

hi guys , there's 2 if not more new New Zealand 8bit artists to be added



Thank you

sebastian //donteatdinosaurs©®

Anonymous said...

him also cheers

Anonymous said...

Hi im a NZ chip musician and I was hoping you could help get my album a Few more listeners ^^



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