I haven’t watched Stranger Things on Netflix yet. Why hurry? As a fan of typography, design, and vaporwave—or synthwave, retrowave, whateverwave—I’m too busy watching the opening of the series made by the creative studio Imaginary Forces accompanied by the awesome synth track by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of the band Survive.… Continue reading “Generate your own ‘Stranger Things’ logo”
My busy weekend impairing my plans for my third day of Comiket 90 last Sunday. The original intention was to go there and write an article about it, but then realise the sites I write for actually wants news—like when I reported in French about whether or not Comiket will happen during the Olympics of 2020—not just photos of cosplayers.… Continue reading “Short visit at Comiket 90”
What’s better than playing Super Mario Maker? Playing Super Mario Maker while having an orchestra perform the soundtrack for you, of course!
In a cute attempt of recreating the experience of playing the Wii U game in a living room, if your living room happened to have a giant projector screen and a stage dedicated to musicians and a concertmaster, L’Orchestre de Jeux Vidéo (Orchestra of Video Games) in Montreal, or OJV for short, accompanied a gamer playing one of the levels by GiantBomb.… Continue reading “Playing Super Mario Maker with a live orchestra”
Why wait for the NES Classic Edition by Nintendo to have that old 8-bit console replica in your living room?
Daft Mike is an electronics geek and loves retro games. He wasn’t going to sit around for the release of the official mini NES on November 11!… Continue reading “NESPi: the DIY mini NES”
Since last year, I’ve been joining other participants of the Tokyo Electronic Musicians Collective, also known as Chōrai, organised by Katohmy, a music producer in Tokyo. People joining the regular gatherings are fans of electronic music, clustered in groups within, each with its own theme: DJs, singers, hip-hop, etc. … Continue reading “First Chōrai Mobile gathered aspiring and experienced electronic music talents in Tokyo”