Guitarist Psycho Crusher, whose amazing rock arrangements I've shared numerous times in the past, originally composed this latest jam with the intent to play it live as a full band. Instead, he decided to turn it into a chiptune medley complete with double bass "drumming."
At over 11 minutes in length, "NEStalgic" runs through some of the brightest gems of the NES library, including the Mario trilogy, Marble Madness, Bubble Bobble, Bionic Commando, and more. And as the music and video play, an adorable sprite band rocks out in the bottom-left corner.
It's just the ticket to jump-start your weekend!
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