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Game Scoop TV: Anamanaguchi Concert Sponsored by 8bitSF
Daemon: What’s up everyone? Daemon and Greg here at the DNA lounge in San Francisco in an event hosted by 8BitSF where the classic blips and bloops of retro video games are alive and well. Headlining tonight is New York punk band Anamanaguchi which plays loud and fast music with the hatched Nintendo entertainment system. Let’s do the E3 and see what’s going on
Daemon: So do you guys come to a lot of classic Chip Tune shows?
Man 1: Yeah.
Daemon: How do you guys like to dance to these shows?
Man 1: We do the E3.
Greg: Hey it’s Greg, how, how does this happen you’re wearing a Mega Man and she’s, what do you have in this woman to make her come to and 8-bit concert?
Man 2: Well you know, I actually sizzle and they my kick my ass up there. But you know, she’s cuter so I have to represent a little bit on my side.
Daemon: In addition to all these Chip Tune tonight, they’re also doing Project Natal demonstration. We’re backstage with New York’s Anamanaguchi for the uninitiated, what do you guys all about?
Anamanaguchi: Really loud, fast punk music made with 8bit, Nintendo and guitars and drums and stuff.
Daemon: Where did you guys get the name Anamanaguchi?
Anamanaguchi It’s a combination of our 3 favorite brands Armani Prada and Gucci so we just try to get them all in one spot.
Daemon: What draws you guys to the Chip Tunes, sort of a retro, 8Bit sounds?
Anamanaguchi Well although it’s retro hardware, we like to think futuristically you know so we’re basically just trying to take the stuff that people abandoned a long time ago and try to put new life into it, you know they’re just limited and you got a lot of freedom that way.
Daemon: Any viewers who want to learn more about Anamanaguchi where can they find it?
Anamanaguchi: Anywhere in the Internet really.
Daemon: Anywhere on the Internet.
Anamanaguchi: We’ve hidden a bunch of secret Anamanaguchi information in the source codes of all your favorite website, so you look really hard to find.
Man 3: You can find it on Google.
Anamanaguchi: I won’t tell you how to get it but they’re really good Easter Egg.
Daemon: You heard it here tonight. Check Google and check IGN. Before we go, we noticed that the DNA Lounge is having some legal trouble the San Francisco is trying to shut them down. We think that it’s absolutely…
Greg: Listen here this used to be America where you could do what you want, no rude Access, Britain, text your tee, alright don’t text me say them. What’s your problem?