Best Chiptune podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Tiger Claw Radio
Featuring Classic Gaming and Indie Gaming related talk and great chiptune music.
Classic L337
We play a lot retro games and talk about current stuff too | podcast est. 2010
Join Kewlio in his quest to play video games and discover the weird and geeky things of the world! Listen to chiptune artists you may never have heard of! Broadcasted live on CKDU 88.1 FM in Halifax, or on everywhere, at 5 PM Atlantic Time every Friday. Podcast updates the following Sunday.
Radio Free Hipster
Radio Free Hipster, a member of the GeekDad Podcast Network, features music from the realms of VGM, geek rock, chiptunes, nerdcore hip hop, and electronica.
Forever Sound Version is a video game music podcast from out of Newcastle upon Tyne that explores classic tracks and deep cuts from the 8-bit home computers and consoles onwards!
The best video game music you have never heard.
Monthly+ are a weekly radio show about Gaming, Chiptune & Technology. Featuring plenty of interviews with industry folk. We go out live every Sunday on Fab Radio International so you can get involved and shape the show as it airs.
Breaking down the latest gaming news, history, and culture every week. Plus chiptune & video game music, industry interviews, and other cool features from the gaming world! If you like the Kinda Funny Gamescast, Giant Bombcast, Retronauts, Kotaku Splitscreen, What's Good Games, or Completely Unnecessary Podcast, you'll enjoy this show. Hosted by editors Ryan & Taylor Reeh.
Retro Game Audio
Retro Game Audio is a monthly podcast about sound design in classic video game music. Hosted by Patrick ("bucky") and Steve Lakawicz.Patreon: feed:
BitJam Podcast
Impulse Project
#demoscene #chiptunes #mod #podcast
This Week in Chiptune
This Week in Chiptune is an open-format music show highlighting some of the best new 8-Bit, Chiptune, and Internet music from around the world. The show is hosted and mixed live by Dj CUTMAN, and is supported by it's listeners through Patreon. Full track-listings and download links for all music played on TWiC are available in the description of each episode, and also on Sometimes called chipmusic, 8bit, bitpop or lo-fi, chiptune music is so ...
New episodes every Monday in April!'Tokyo Elvis Plays' is a themed mix of music, created and mixed by Vocaloid/Chiptune producer Tokyo Elvis. Each episode is crafted by Tokyo Elvis, and is supported by listeners through Patreon.
Composer Code
Let's make music
Critical Strike
Critical Strike is formed by Josh, Kyle and Billy who fortnightly get together and basically talk about video games or celebrate one of our favorite things, video game music.
Mixes: Chiptune
Chiptune Tech
Chiptune Tech is created to disseminate information regarding the tech side of the house when it comes to Chiptune hardware, mods, accessories, and all of the amazing innovations that people are doing to bring a brighter future to chiptune music. OhmNomNom is a collective of musicians, artists, tech heads and writers with a passion for chiptune music, retro gaming and old computers. We aim to share information and our passion to all of you. If you are interested submitting audio, video or ar ...
Preserving and playing old chip and tracker tunes from decades ago! Enjoy the music!Visit for episode playlists and more music posts!
Tiny Cartridge 3DS
Nintendo Switch, 3DS, DS, Wii U, and PS Vita News, Media, & Retro Junk
genoboost plays the latest and greatest game music remixes, chiptunes, and more.
Open Circuit
Open Circuit is an hour long weekly jolt of chip music, vgm, synthwave and whatever else host jmr feels like playing.
Midnight Snacks
Midnight Snacks is a weekly shoutcast radio show by W.T. Snacks, featuring a wide variety of underground and obscure music from across the globe since 2005.
A podcast which shares, discusses and analyzes the best in video game music from all different generations. Topics of discussion include: composition, melody, harmony, chords and rhythm, as well as technical aspects, such as hardware limitations and production. Enjoy a new episode every Monday!
A six part series about Irish Experimental Music. Ireland is home to a variety of underground music scenes, from electro acoustic, to new music to noise to free improv. I've interviewed dozens of Irish experimental musicians who are pushing the boundaries of what music is and can be. This series takes you on a tour of the fringes of music, and introduces you to a world of new sounds. It focuses in particular on circuit bending, chiptune, electroacoustic and collaborative music.
This is an archival podcast of Campbell’s live concerts.
A radio show consisting of Happy Hardcore, Hardstyle, Eurodance, and all the variations in between for the hard and cheesy dancer alike! You can tune in to the Happystyle Hour, Fridays, 10-11PM PST at or 98.1FM in Portland, OR Tracklists can be found at
Recorded live on Tuesdays at Dave & Buster's Hollywood & Highland, Aaron and Lance bring you questions about pop culture, history, sports, science, sexuality and drugs. Featuring their games, Name that Chiptune, Movie Mania and that one where you have to guess someone's facial hair. Damn hipsters.
Join us for a roundtable discussion of everything relating to game music, from its evolution to close looks at some of our favorite games and series. VGMO -Video Game Music Online- is the definitive journalistic resource for game music. Each month, our rotating cast of speakers from all corners of the globe discuss a new aspect of game music that interests or excites us, whether it's a thirty-year-old chiptune or an elaborate rockestra - or anything in between. Don't hesitate to email (podca ...
Video Game Music/Nerdcore/Chiptune curated by David Sobel and Jordan Mynes. Fridays from 10:30AM-12:30PM CST
RVG Podcast
A retro gaming podcast covering the last 35 years, join the guy's as they explore retro nostalgia.
Pixel Jukebox
Pixel Jukebox is your weekly round up of new Chiptune music added to the 24/7 ChipBit stream! Tune in every Sunday to hear the latest ChipTune music highlights right before it gets added to our station.
A digital podcast reproduction of an actual radio show, that airs on EdgeFM in Bega Valley Australia. Join Chris-S and Brex as they review the top tech tit-bits of the week. Info at:
In between producing, mixing and publishing hit chiptune albums, the Brave Wave team chats about its latest projects in this casual, laid back show. Episodes include interviews with notable Japanese composers as well behind the scenes of bringing licensed game music to the masses.
Lazybit Collective
We are an independent / DIY, retro-electronic netlabel based out of Houston, TX with a focus on chiptune, synthwave, and ambient LO-MIDfi. est. MMXIII // Matthew Rivas + Jeremy Buzek.
Mandelbrut's weekly Noise show, free to stream or download. There are no strict style or duration guidelines; the Noisecast aims to experiment with different techniques and equipment arrangements on a regular basis.
Retro Game Audio
Retro Game Audio is a monthly podcast about sound design in classic video game music. Hosted by Patrick ("bucky") and Steve Lakawicz.Patreon: feed:
GameFuel features a weekly dose of videogame-inspired music selections, as well as original soundtracks, remixes, covers, chiptunes, doujin music, and other original works. Hosted by KyleJCrb.
All things chiptune
Who Burned My Toast? is a video game podcast where we don't just sit around and talk about the games we play and regurgitate the news for an hour. We sit down and interview the people who love to make games and feature bands who create kick ass video game music. We love games and we love music, so come join us.
Super Heavy
the latest and greatest in Hard Rock and Heavy Metal news.
In between producing, mixing and publishing hit chiptune albums, the Brave Wave team chats about its latest projects in this casual, laid back show. Episodes include interviews with notable Japanese composers as well behind the scenes of bringing licensed game music to the masses.
As a half-hour weekly radio show, BitNote gives fun, nuanced and energetic views of video games and the wide variety of music they have. Broadcasts Fridays 3:30pm GMT on Dublin South FM.
Get Equipped with Podcast! is the Megas’ entry into the world of podcasting… hosted by Josh, Eric, Greg, Mikey, and Brian, occasionally joined by some special guests, it’s a freeform discussion with The Megas on everything from video games to modern literature – and every geeky subject in between!
A videogame podcast from three gamers in the Northwest.
Eric's VG Mixtape
Hi! I’m Eric.I love video games and their music.This is my weekly mixtape of songs that stand out to me as great examples of what makes video game music so special.
Subcon Serenade
Subcon Serenade is a podcast about video game music hosted by Leland Radburn (yes, that's his real name) and Vincent Bondy.
The Nerd Groove
Hosted By Dr. Vern of Sci-Fried, The Nerd Groove showcases Nerd Music: a genre that has been with us for decades, but has never really been accepted as legit. The genre has deep roots and even subgenres like Nerdcore, Chiptunes, VGM, Comedy and Parody, Filk, Geek Rock, and so on. Vern explores every corner of the Nerd Music world from the past, present, and future – highlighting the best and brightest, delving into it’s rich history, and bringing this wide-nerd word together with the music t ...
VORC Podcast
VORC is a news site dedicated to oldschool video game music and chiptunes, launched in 2001.
Epic Radio
The Music of the Epic Default Podcast
David's Pegacast
The official feed of bit pop artists David's Pegasus featuring music from the band with commentary by Bible trivia expert King David.
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This week Dustin couldn’t believe that Kid Dracula was trending on Twitter and Scott complains about YouTube changes. In the news we talk about an emulator mod for bsnes that makes Mode 7 games look fantastic, the Xbox One SAD (S All-Digital), PS5 rumors, the final list of the Castlevania Collection and more games revealed for the Sega Mini. Du ...…
Two things that have nothing to do with one another: Reggie Fils-Aime’s career ends and a weird confluence of retro stuff. They’re united by the thread of us talking about them, I guess.Show...
Support me on Patreon to keep this show alive! my chiptune album Laguna Seca (It's Free): of hours of TCR available in the archive:
It's time for another installment of Marcato Radio! Once again, it's another non-stop collection of outstanding video game music. Some you've heard before, and some you have not. How many tracks can YOU recognize? Enjoy!By (Karl & Will Brueggemann).
In this episode, it's seller beware, as a bank inadvertently lets someone design their own credit card! Also, News of the Weird, and a look into PC and video game history.By (KewlioMZX).
This week Dustin tells another simple joke that go over Scott’s head. In the news we are heavy on Nintendo. Fans are remaking Link’s Awakening on the Link to the Past engine, Link’s Awakening is coming to Nintendo Switch, Cadence of Hyrule looks fantastic, Nintendo Online gets a game neither of us have played, Nintendo Online gets the Prime tre ...…
Steven Melin is no stranger to the podcast. He’s a good friend and a great composer, and he’s been quite busy for the past several months… writing a book! In this episode, we chat about the “why” behind Steven’s new book, Family-First Composer. He shares some practical tips for building a career in media composition without sacrificing the most ...…
This episode is a mix of tracks where i got a little experimental. None of them have official titles. It's a spacious vibe that sort of washes over your ears. Enjoy! :)0:00 intro0:11 untitled #1 (what is love)4:07 untitled #2 (not so complicated)6:37 untitled #3 (courtyard)9:24 untitled #4 (acoustic)12:58 untitled #5 (slow evolution)17:40 untit ...…
Support me on Patreon to keep this show alive! my album Mad Scientist (It's Free) of hours of TCR available in the archive:
This week, the guys check back in with the world of Modern Chiptunes! There is some incredible music being created in this passionate community, and this episode showcases some of the very best of it. WARNING: Extremely good music lies ahead...By (Karl & Will Brueggemann).
In this episode, we have a chat with Tomas Guinan of Spoony Bard Productions! Plus, News of the Weird, and a bit about JadePharaoh's list of Danganronpa VAs on the LBG forum!By (KewlioMZX).
We are back after a six month hiatus! This week in the news had a lot of SEGA talk with the Sega Genesis/ Mega Drive mini, Mega Sg by Analogue and even the Konami Collections coming out had some Genesis/Mega Drive ports. Dustin had played a lot of Costume Quest and Scott saw the credits for a lot of video games during the break. Enjoy! Support ...…
12. Tokyo Elvis Plays: Splatoon!0:00 intro0:09 splattack jam1:31 inkoming4:39 nasty majesty8:39 octo epilogue (ending+into the light)11:57 ink or sink13:17 color pulse15:59 calamari inkatation17:47 shade
Support me on Patreon to keep this show alive! my chiptune album Laguna Seca (It's Free): of hours of TCR available in the archive:
In this exciting Patreon-suggested episode, Karl & Will explore the incredible video game music of Masashi Hamauzu! Known for his work on series such as Final Fantasy, SaGa and more, Hamauzu's music is well-crafted and uniquely beautiful. Enjoy!By (Karl & Will Brueggemann).
In this episode, I tell the tale of a young dragon named ten minutes or less! Plus, News of the Weird, and how some video game skills can apply to real life – and can be potentially life-saving!By (KewlioMZX).
Patrick and Steve are joined once again by Kevin Burke to discuss the Castlevania Bloodlines soundtrack. Sampled from a modded Sega Genesis to achieve a crisp, bright sound, we do a complete listen-through as we also explore some of the technical aspects of its creation.Show notes1:35 - Kevin's vgm audio sources on original hardware project6:22 ...…
Patrick and Steve are joined once again by Kevin Burke to discuss the Castlevania Bloodlines soundtrack. Sampled from a modded Sega Genesis to achieve a crisp, bright sound, we do a complete listen-through as we also explore some of the technical aspects of its creation.Show notes1:35 - Kevin's vgm audio sources on original hardware project6:22 ...…
Episode 11. Tokyo Elvis Plays: Stardew Valley0:00 intro0:16 load game2:48 winter wind can be still6:07 submarine9:30 wild horseradish12:49 summer tropical15:21 fall ghost19:12 icicles
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In this exciting follow-up to last week, Karl & Will focus on the rocking soundtrack to Ys III! The subsequent entry in the Ys series, this score by Mieko Ishikawa takes what has worked previously and kicks things up to the next level. Enjoy!By (Karl & Will Brueggemann).
In this episode, we check out a few unlicensed NES titles! Plus, News of the Weird, and what's coming up in new video games for April.By (KewlioMZX).
Cajsa Larsson is a composer based in Karlshamn, Sweden that’s got a refreshingly unique approach to scoring games. Sometimes, it can feel like all of my peers in game audio are in one of two camps concerning their musical background or training: jazz or classical. It’s also a pleasure to meet someone who is influenced by a lot of the same non-v ...…
00:45 Shael Riley – "I'm So Excited (Pointer Sisters Cover)" 03:34 Talking / R_Garcia – "Desert Overworld (SMB2 NES)" 04:16 Alpha Chrome Yayo – "Cerberus 3000 (Killing Time)" 08:25 Kraken Not Stirred – "Martian Sunrise" 13:44 LEX the Lexicon Artist – "Sales Freak (prod. Incooperative)" (content warning) 18:26 The Coop – "Sandman's Vision (On th ...…
Support me on Patreon to keep this show alive! of hours of TCR available in the archive: of D I S C O T E K A: of Bl00dwave:…
In this very exciting episode, Karl & Will spotlight on one of their favorite soundtracks: Ys II! The music to this beloved Falcom action RPG is rocking, emotional and downright entertaining. Enjoy this focus on an incredible soundtrack!By (Karl & Will Brueggemann).
It's another Rapid Review Rampage! This time, I'll be going through my Let's Play history. (I still don't know why Cow is in there.) Also, News of the Weird, and a bit about a girl who fell from the sky and lived...By (KewlioMZX).
In this episode, Karl & Will explore the delightful music of the TwinBee series! A long-running "cute-em-up" series by Konami, the music of these games is incredibly fun and energetic. Enjoy!By (Karl & Will Brueggemann).
In this episode, we take a look at the DOS Game Club, as well as some of the games they've had their hands on! Plus, News of the Weird, and why it's good to take five minutes per day away from your screen.By (KewlioMZX).
00:44 The Four Eyes – "Dylan McKay" 02:26 Talking / Dj Mokram & DusK – "Adapt Evolve Survive" 03:08 DJ Cummerbund – "Semi-Charmed Sign" 07:22 Batya the Toon – "Creatures of Dream" 12:19 TheFifthSister – "Blank Space" 16:30 Crayondroids – "The Best Day (Crayondroids Remix)" (content warning) 20:13 More talking / Dj Mokram & DusK – "Adapt Evolve ...…
The four horsemen are back. Michael, Ross, Joe, and John (who brought the trophy along with him – eventually…) fill a fridge with beers and then empty it gradually on a Saturday afternoon while engaging in musical combat. It’s the fifth Forever Sound Version VGM Battle! Who will be the champ this time? Listen: ...…
a sweet selection of tunes from the scene. You might even want to buy a helmet jason_-_wanna_buy_a_helmet.mod – Jason^Crusaders (04 channel MOD) BotB 30723 we’re the cats, the fast cats.nsf – Yung Gotenks (NSF) Hangover_at_X16.sid – HJE^Genesis Project (8580 @ 2x Speed) 2006.sndh – Mad Max^YM Rockerz (Atari ST) – Vince Kaichan ...…
In this episode, Karl & Will explore an interesting situation in video game music. This is where a game, for various reasons, had multiple soundtracks. Whether it was due to differing platforms, technology, or even copyright reasons, this is an interesting look at multiple composers scoring the same stage or setting. Enjoy!…
Is it Stone Soup? No, but in this episode, let's take a look at some roguelikes! Plus, News of the Weird, and another look down in the basement of Warehouse 23.By (KewlioMZX).
Pokemologists and certified fashion experts Eric and JC bring crucial commentary on last week’s Pokemon Direct. Notes:9:12 Richard Garriott’s castle 18:00 Pokemon Direct/Game Freak lookbook28:00 Our...
Put the kettle on, because Rhythm and Pixels are coming over and they want some tea! I’m joined by Rob and Pernell to talk about all things tea while listening to some great video game music picks from titles like Zero4 Champ, Star Ocean: Till the End of Time and Suikoden. If you haven’t heard Rhythm and Pixels before, check them out at rhythma ...…
In this long-overdue and rocking episode, Karl & Will explore the awesome music of the Contra series! This music is active, progressive, and undeniably fun. From the NES all the way to the PS3, enjoy some classic Konami VGM!By (Karl & Will Brueggemann).
In this episode, we take a look at a fantastic new Touhou-based Metroidvania, Luna Nights! Plus, News of the Weird, and what lies in the basement of Warehouse 23...By (KewlioMZX).
Grant Kirkhope is a man who needs no introduction. He’s the talented composer behind some of the most beloved classics on the N64 like Banjo Kazooie, Banjo Tooie, Goldeneye 007, and Perfect Dark. He’s also composed for several modern games including Kingdom of Amalur, Yooka-Laylee, and Viva Pinata. We talked about his work at Rare, the pros, an ...…
00:44 Devo Spice – "Spider Verses (feat. Creative Mind Frame (aka 1-UP), Insane Ian, Bonnie Gordon, TV's Kyle, LEX the Lexicon Artist, and the great Luke Ski)" 05:15 Talking / More or Les – "insane pain" 06:04 MistSomething – "The Adventure Begins!" 07:53 Q-Unit – "We Will Rock You in da Club" 10:58 More or Les – "never" 14:25 Moves – "Neva For ...…
This week, the guys (joined by Marty and Carlos) explore music from video games with robots! They also celebrate the release of ROBOGIRL 2 by playing a few tracks from it as well. Enjoy some groovy robot music!By (Karl & Will Brueggemann).
New games are still being made for old consoles! We take a look at a few of them in this episode. Also, News of the Weird, and...wait, it's already the last Friday of the month?!By (KewlioMZX).
This week, Karl & Will revisit the incredible soundtrack of last year’s Octopath Traveler! This score is so jam-packed with amazing tracks that the guys couldn’t resist sharing even more music they weren’t able to the first time. Enjoy some top-tier VGM!By (Karl & Will Brueggemann).
Says here that we… “had to do it to ‘em.” Link’s Remakening, Dragon Quest XI, Daemon X Machina, and the Tetris Renaissance. Tetris Renaissance is on, y'all!Direct download (MP3, 35.7 MB) /...
It's another Rapid Review Rampage! This time, we're looking through some of the various people to whom I'm subscribed on YouTube and Twitch! Plus, News of the Weird, and how a certain 42 KB zip file can ruin your day (and maybe your computer).By (KewlioMZX).
Matthew Carl Earl is the talented composer for Hexany Audio, a one-stop video game audio shop in Los Angeles, California. Matthew has worked on several AAA titles, including Kingdom Craft and Moonlight Blade (the largest MMORPG in China). Check out this video where he and audio director Richard Ludlow talk about their experience writing for the ...…
00:44 Beefy – "Fat Boyfriend" 04:17 Talking / Chipocrite – "Bizarre Love Triangle" 05:17 :( – "You Gave Your Love to Me Softly" 06:54 10000 Spoons – "Precious Bleeding Love (Leona Lewis vs. Depeche Mode)" 11:30 Pixelh8 – "Computability Love" 14:43 Boy Meets Robot – "Love in the Singularity" 18:19 Helen Arney – "Modern Love" 20:47 More talking / ...…
TinyCast 104! We’re back, catching up with each other and, kind of, video games. We talk Wargroove and Octahedron, plus the indestructible Nintendo DS and its ancient games and the already-destroyed...
It's time for another installment of Show & Tell! Karl & Will each bring in their own playlist of tracks that the other hasn't heard. And in Show & Tell fashion, they duke it out in order to decide the track of the week. Enjoy what is possibly the best Show & Tell episode yet!By (Karl & Will Brueggemann).
In this episode, we have a bit of a delve, both in video game and computer history, as well as some more hidden messages in video games! Plus, News of the Weird, as well as our annual VanHalentine's day tune.By (KewlioMZX).
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