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by Chipocrite

Truce 03:25


In honor of the exciting announcement at this year's E3 conference that EarthNight (a rogue-like runner game for which I'm composing an entire soundtrack!) is coming to PS4 in the not-too-distant future, I'm releasing this celebratory three-song EP. This mini-album also serves as a preview of my next full-length release. It features an early multi-instrumental version of "Truce," the song from the trailer announcing the game's release, a Game Boy-only version of live favorite "Little Computer People," which will be in the game AND on my next album with some extra instrumentation, and the brand new "Astronaut High School," which will be exclusive to this EP and the EarthNight soundtrack.

Three songs, my third release, in honor of E3... 3P.

For more info on EarthNight and Cleaversoft: www.cleaversoft.com


released June 4, 2014

Chipocrite (Paul Weinstein): Game Boy, guitar, bass, Monotribe

Produced and mixed by Chipocrite and Dino Lionetti

Mastered by Chris Burke

Album art by Mattahan - www.mattahan.com

This wouldn't have been even remotely possible without these people: Rich Siegel, Paul Davey, Dino Lionetti, Chris Burke, the entire Cleaversoft team, Sony, Daniel Davis, Joey Mariano, Emily Feder, Don Miller, Kris Keyser, Ricardo Almonte, Josh Davis, Carlson Stevens, Scott Levick, Sam Raddatz, 8static, I/O, Blip Festival, 8bitpeoples, Rochester Chip, Paracadute, MJ Project, The Blurry Nights, MLD, MEI, my family, oh god so many other people, Gabby and Zoey.


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Chipocrite Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Chipocrite, a.k.a. Paul Weinstein, uses original Nintendo Game Boys, often accompanied by bass, guitar and/or other lo-fi sequencers, to create complex audio masterpieces. His multifaceted but catchy compositions combine the nostalgic game sounds of his childhood with modern music influences. ... more

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