I, for one, enjoy retrowave and many "wave" things...
Yeah, I love this kind of music too I'm really liking that Insert Coin track, think I'll check out more of their stuff.
Awesome! I am pleasantly surprised that you like this music! Yeah, that track is awesome.
I follow channels like Artzie Music, RetroNewWave, LuigiDonatello...
I looove this retro kind of music that's all I like! Including the imagery of everything I love and always found cool...
Or, sometimes, I actually go retro and listen to some cool late-80s/early-90s songs...
I loved the Jetsons movie back then... and having rediscovered it a few years ago, I think it is decent, but the soundtrack is awesome! (speaking of lost media, I wasn't even aware of Janet Waldo's replacement by Jenifer... I did think her voice sounded slightly odd... and didn't rewatch the series yet!)
Speaking of nostalgia, here is an absolute favorite of mine... it inspires and uplifts me...
Here's another handful of artists I listen to a lot:
Japanese chipbreak/nerdcore artist, I absolutely love his stuff.
A spin-off project of Venetian Snares' (whose music I also love), alongside Joanne Pollock. It's generally a lot lighter than Venetian Snares, but it's still really nice and really catchy.
Wisp is someone who I first started listening to a long time ago, but have recently been rediscovering and I'm really enjoying doing so; very underrated electronic musician.
Sabrepulse is probably my all time favourite chiptune artist, and one of my favourite chipbreak artists (second only to the aforementioned Hujiko Pro). His stuff is brilliant, if you haven't heard of him, definitely check him out.
NNNNNNNNNN is another Japanese chipbreak artist (and another underrated one). His stuff is actually pretty scarce when it comes to YouTube, but here's one of his EPs (which happens to contain two of my favourites of his - Les Fleurs du mal and PPPP3P). Volume on this video is significantly higher than normal, you might wanna turn it down before listening.
I was actually meaning to start listening to Venetian Snares recently, since I'm such a big fan of breakcore. I tried a few snippets a couple years ago and I didn't really like it but I'm willing to give it another shot, seeing as my musical scope has widened a lot since then.
As for recommendations of my own... OL' RELIABLES (all-time favorite albums)
REIZOKO CJ - DARK SIDE (~41 TRACKS, 2 HOURS) Absolutely MASSIVE album. Half beautiful ambience, half insane ADHD mashcore mixes with about 5000 anime samples per song. Probably very niche, but I love it. (It seems he took down everything from his bandcamp very recently, probably due to being stuck in a war zone in Ukraine. Here's a mirror.)
GRAHAM KARTNA - RHETORIC ON SUBLIME (10 TRACKS, 14 MINUTES) A very short album but a fantastic one. Weird-ass warpy glitchy midi/sample-based music. Very catchy, and a great gateway to his other work. (buy it here)
ORANGY - SLEEPING ON THE ROOF (11 TRACKS, 19 MINUTES) Cheery and catchy sample-based songs. There was some serious magic going on when he made this, because I could listen to it every day and never get tired of it. My favorite album of all time, and you can quote me on that. (Sadly Orangy died (far too young) back in 2014, and a few months before he did, he had purged all of his early albums from bandcamp. You can download a mirror of the album here along with the rest of his stuff.) LOVELY WHIPPERSNAPPERS (albums i heard recently that i digged)
DJ CALIFORNIA CRISIS - DJ CALIFORNIA CRISIS EP (7 TRACKS, 27 MINUTES) (not linking the cover art for this one because it's nsfw) Goofy-ass hyper-mashcore. I was expecting to hate this given the album cover and the number of tasteless shock artists he associates himself with, but it was actually really good (at least, for the niche it's aimed at) and surprisingly melodic. Similar to Dark Side, but without the ambience, and far more immature. (download it here)
GORESHIT - YOU GET THE TRACKS YOU DESERVE (13 TRACKS, 39 MINUTES) Absolutely stupid yet fun-as-hell speedcore and other hardcore-type tracks. Not a whole lot to say. Love it. (download/buy it here)
DR777 - THE QUANTUM SUPERPOSTITION (10 TRACKS, 24 MINUTES) I wanted to include the album "Autism and Recipes" by this guy on the Ol' Reliable list, but sadly it just didn't make the top 3. If I did a top 5, that would definitely be there. Anyways, THIS release is also very good, surprisingly one of his most normal albums given how crazy his music usually is. A bunch of funky electronic tunes. I guarantee you'll have "Blessed Be The Souls That Travel The Universe" stuck in your head all day. (buy it here)
Also, Dycaite, I don't listen to a whole lot of chipbreak/chiptune, but maybe check this track out?
It sounds completely different from the rest of what Goreshit makes, but it's still one of my favorite tracks from him. Also, here's another chiptune EP I liked from a different guy (+TEK):
Anyways, if a music recommendation thread was just for the hell of it, then I guess this is for the Dante's 9th Circle Of Hell of it, but here goes: MY TOP 5 SONGS MADE BY PEOPLE WHO ONLY MADE LITERALLY ONE SONG: 5. Viking Girlfriends - corny groaners (Jim Hiss rework)(link) Viking Girlfriends have made other stuff, but there's no trace of Jim Hiss anywhere else. Beautiful ambient house piece, if you have the patience for it it feels like an entire world contained within a track. 4. Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You(link) The only track released by french house group Stardust (which consisted of Thomas Bangalter, Alan Braxe, and Benjamin Diamond, all of which who have done other things). Very catchy and fun. 3. Luby Krawn - Capital K(link) Some sort of fake-rock/gabber reworking of the first K-ON ED. I don't know why, but I like it a lot. 2. Rudjak Manigz - SingKingHeart(link - my mp3 download as it wasn't anywhere else online) MASTERFUL avant-garde deconstruction of Celine Deon's "My Heart Will Go On". It starts off just sort of disorienting, and steadily rises in unsettlingness throughout the song up until the final climax, which is a completely horrifying mess in the best possible way. This seriously wouldn't sound out of place in something like End Of Evangelion; I would have loved to hear more from this guy. 1. Lewis Motisher - Life Is Flashing Before Your Eyes(link) GRAB YOUR CHANCE OTHERWISE TIME WON'T WAIT IT ALWAYS FLIES
I didn't play this game, but I have heard of it, mostly because its cartridges seem to be rare... But that tune is very nice! It reminds me of when I played Gameboy in my childhood... (I didn't have a NES but I do now!) It sounds quite good for the technology.
Okay, this is a song I discovered in my late 20s, but it is the kind of cool romantic 80s pop song that pleases me:
Gregory Abbott - Shake You Down
One of the top songs of 1987, with admittedly little staying power, but I love these kind of songs. I don't care if it's not "edgy" or if the lyrics are not "deep" or "thought-provoking"... I still love it.