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Electric Children – Arsonist 2012

Electric Children‘s “Arsonist” single contains the new 2012 version of Arsonist and a remix of Trash80’s “Missing You.” Hard-hitting Electro Chip dance music maestro, Electric Children cannot be ignored.

New 1xLSDj mix from Electric Children – Ambien

Electric Children brings us a new continuous Chiptune mix performed on a the Nintendo Gameboy. He writes:

Another 1xLSDJ Mix for you to enjoy. As the title implies, this mix is much tighter, more focused, and more coherent than the first-Like ambien for an insomniac.

And enjoy we do. Electric Children is showing us what it means to be a Video Game DJ, mixing a collection of songs on original game hardware. It’s so cool it makes me blog (no joke). Wait, that was a joke. Was it? I really blogged myself into corner here.

Support this artist by heading over to his Bandcamp and picking up his albums, I Am and You Are.

Track list:
1. Ambien
2. Smiletron-Microcosmic (EC Makes You Think Remix)
3. Castlevania-Stalker (EC Holy Water Version)
4. Electric Children’s a Sap
5. Peter Bjorn and John-Young Folks (EC 8bit Arrange Version)

Ambien by Electric_Children

Electric Children – YOU ARE

Electric Children is one of my favorite Chiptune musicians. Wielding two unmodified gameboys, the Seattle based composer writes 8-bit bangers that are simply unmatched. YOU ARE is available from Bandcamp for only $9 for a whopping 18 tracks. Jack has sweetened the deal by providing a wealth of LSDj tips, tricks, and instruments for the Gameboy-musicians out there.

Jack writes: YOU ARE is the culmination of Jack’s work in his first year under the new alias, Electric Children: 12 hard-hitting electro tracks that are sure to get your heart pounding and your fist pumping. Party on, dudes.

released 25 August 2011

Cover art by Alex May AKA Shriker

The Icarus Kid LIVE at Video Games Live 1-22-11

Good friend and Video Game Remixes The Icarus Kid recently played Video Games Lives in Seattle. Video Games Live is described (on their website) as “An immersive event created by the game industry featuring the best game music performed by top orchestras and choirs combined with synchronized lighting, video, live action and audience interactivity.” Holy shit that sounds cool. Here’s the video: