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Chip music invades SCSU

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Photo of Stefen Keen, an 8-bit musician from Chanhassen, Minn.

Stefen Keen, an 8-bit musician from Chanhassen, Minn., will perform April 29 in Atwood Ballroom.

Two bands will perform chip music, a retro form of electronic music, at Atwood After Dark April 29 in Atwood Ballroom.

The evening will also include a video arcade room, a Pokémon tournament, pixel-mosaic art, a game show, laser lights and more.

The fun starts at 9 p.m. The chip music of Null Street and Unicorn Dream Attack begins at 10 p.m. 

Chip music, also called chiptunes or 8-bit music, refers to music made using the digitized instrumental sounds of audio chips found in 1980s-era home computers and video game consoles.

Atwood After Dark is a signature offering of University Program Board, St. Cloud State's student-run entertainment and education provider. 

Unicorn Dream Attack is the performing name for Stefen Keen, Chanhassen. View a performance below:


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