Gameboyaustralia.com 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, December 29, 2009

Monday, December 28, 2009

Chipstyle Reggae Dub from Tapes in Melbourne

One of the reasons this blog was started was to keep track of and inform the entire Australian Chip community when an event or release is happening...

UK Chip dub artist Tapes from legendary label Jahtari .. Has been in Australia for the last month and actually played a show in Brisbane that I didn't know about until it had already happened

SO I am letting the whole Melbourne crew get a good amount of time to know to check this guy out

15th Jan full details here

Thursday, December 24, 2009

M-.-n in Brisbane with AndyExpandy and Dot.AY

2010 is shaping up to be an amazing year for us.

The first gig is M-.-n all the way from Belgium in Brisbane with Dot.AY and AndyExpandy. Sure to be a night of Lo-Bit dance mayhem, currently organising decorations to pixelate and diststort the whole of Clubhouse (empire corner bar) on Thursday 14th of January

amazing!!


Facebook Event

Last.FM Event

Myspace Event

8bc Event

Friday, December 18, 2009

10k, cTrix and Maddest Kings Alive Blip Festival 2009 Open Mic Videos!

On all accounts the Australian scene completely dominated the open mic session. It is so great that the international Chip community got to see what we do. Such diverse styles all containing so much passion and soul. I am so full of Aussie pride I may just start wearing a flag as a cape - Dot.AY

The following is an excerpt of the Open Mic report from the Blip Blog
High points were Paris/Nocarrier’s dancehall groove, 10,000 Free Men’s frenzied performance of “Bitchwhipped”, Note!’s synced DMG’s and Fenris’s wierd glitchy PSP tune. A special mention should go out to Ctrix’s absolutely epic house track which was probably by far the most well received tune of the evening. Pray this dude releases it and plays live more as soon as possible.






BabyCastles / CDM Handmade Music Wrap Up

Last night I played / hung out at the inaugural launch of the indie arcade BabyCastles at a Create Digital Music 'Handmade Music' event. I just wanted to thank Peter Kirn for the opportunity.












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