A new musical style is consolidating in Buenos Aires in the Underground scene. Chip Music is 8 bits music made by of old videogame consoles. Commodore 64, Atari 2600, Family Games and Gameboys are the retro inspiration of a new big wave of musicians and djs that experiments today with obsolete technology to give a new functionality to them.
Chip Music has been fueled by the surge in the market for Ringtones, Truetones and Backtones. These markets have taken off due to the arrival of 2nd and 3rd generation cellular phones. Some of the artists in this new musical genre include: Akira and Bubblo, Kikken Corp and Coleco Music In the video, Neotericz is playing two gameboy with Not Poet in vocals.
Music with Old Videogame Consoles
1. Chip Music - A new musical subculture using old videogame consoles for 8-bit music presents an opportunity for innovation in musical instrument design and sound engineering.
2. Retro-inspired Music - The growing popularity of chip music in Buenos Aires fueled by a demand for ringtones, truetones, and backtones presents an opportunity for new music streaming and digital distribution platforms.
3. Obsolete Technology Revival - The emerging trend of using obsolete technology for creative expression presents an opportunity for innovation in repurposing old technology for new uses, such as in art and fashion.
1. Music - The rise of chip music in the Buenos Aires underground music scene presents an opportunity for innovative music production studios and record labels specializing in retro-inspired sounds.
2. Technology - The utilization of old videogame consoles in chip music composition and performance presents an opportunity for technology companies to explore new possibilities for repurposing outdated technology.
3. Digital Media - The demand for chip music as ringtones, truetones, and backtones highlights potential opportunities for digital media agencies and content providers to incorporate this emerging genre into their platforms.