Chiptunes: Unique, original and more than just nostalgia
A new style of music is emerging from old technology and it is riding on a lot more than just nostalgia.
Chiptunes are funky, upbeat songs you would hear when loading Super Mario Bros. but have been re-purposed for the modern age.
Benjamin Polazzon spoke to Prof. Kenny McAlpine to get a better understanding of this new phenomena.
Prof. Kenny McAlpine, Lecturer at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music
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