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.

Monday, September 24, 2012

LISTEN: little-scale and Dot.AY's Loom in PMB podcast

The latest episode of Project Moonbase includes the track Loom for little-scale and Dot.AY's EP of the same title. Find out more/listen here.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

LISTEN: Emergency! Emergency! EP (2007 Flashback)

This is a slightly personal post for me, as I used to live with the guy behind this EP. He was introduced to me by Dot.AY at one of our early shows together. His music was influential in my project's development. Now, after all this time, he's uploaded his EP to youtube for new people to hear. So you know, have a listen and remember what was; electro, sampling, yelling, chip, the works.

GAMEB0YZ - 0:57
GO! BABY GO! - 2:50
SHESHE - 5:00
HEY BABEZ - 7:59

Sunday, September 16, 2012

WATCH: cTrix at Eindbaas Preview

Here's hoping that there is footage of this whole show and that this timelapse is just a tease!

Thursday, September 13, 2012

LISTEN: Amanda Palmer feat. Dot.AY - Video Games [Lana Del Ray Cover]

This was debuted at Blip Fest Australia, however here is a completed version that was given to Amanda Palmer's Kickstarter backers. Awesomely, Dot.AY's parts of the track were created using little-scale's Sega interface

Monday, September 10, 2012

LISTEN: maddest kings alive - combat magick

There's some new fiyah from Melbourne's own maddest kings alive. Get on it ASAP.

GIG: SoundBytes 12! Sept 28, 2012

SoundBytes12 has a line up packed with friends from across the ditch, here to put their very kiwi stamp all over Melbourne’s chip scene. 

If you go online looking for ways to describe $noregazZzm ( no two explanations are alike. Some of the words used are ‘spastic’, ‘snotty’, ‘parodic disco’ ‘party oriented’ and ‘great fun’. He’s heading to Melbourne with frequent tour-mate Fauxhound (, who is self-described as “New Zealand’s answer to 10K” 

which pretty much will tell you everything you need to know about the type of insanity this show is going to be.

You may have been blown away by our other kiwi (who is now a based here in Burn city) A_Art ( at the last Soundbytes. We sure were and are super excited to have him back on a bill to join his countrymen this time around.

We haven’t forgotten the Aussies. Crowd favourite, cTrix ( will be fresh back from his European tour playing to huge crowds alongside some chip favourites like Henry Homesweet, Sabrepulse, Cheapshot and 8GB. Expect new tracks, old favourites, and as always, amazing tunes. Our other Melbournite, Pselodux (, returns to SoundBytes with amazing 80’s style, synth-leads, and prog rock stylings to get you dancing. Backing these guys up is Abortifacient ( playing his last Aussie show before he heads to Japan for a tour that includes Blip Tokyo!

Presale $10
Door $15


Monday, September 3, 2012

GIG: Death Rave, Sydney, Friday Sept 21, 2012

Featuring three dudes with mics screaming over gameboys, maybe an Atari or something, probably an Amiga, and two guys with cracked copies of Ableton. You may be trolled with moombahcore.

Fauxhound (NZ)
$noregazZm (NZ)
Bankai (MELB)
10k Freemen
DJ Source Invisible

Facebook event here.

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