About Anamanaguchi

Far and away the most successful act to emerge from the chiptune movement, Anamanaguchi have scored video games, performed on national late-night television, and charted in the Billboard 200. Combining the setup of a traditional four-piece rock band with the digitized sounds of a hacked 1985 Nintendo game system, the group make energetic, neon-splashed electro-punk equally influenced by Weezer and the Beach Boys as well as J-pop and old-skool NES games. Initially releasing their music through netlabels, the band received significant mainstream exposure when they composed the music for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game in 2010. The group continued to perform elaborate concerts and release ambitious studio albums Endless Fantasy (2013) and [USA] (2019), in addition to further video game work. Summer Singles 2010/2020 collected some of their extensive non-album output. They've collaborated with Hatsune Miku and Flux Pavilion, among others.

Chappaqua, NY, United States
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