Music / Anamanaguchi

Anamanaguchi is a New York based chiptune punk band comprising Peter Berkman, James DeVito, Ary Warnaar, and Luke Silas. Self described as playing "loud, fast music with a hacked NES from 1985," Anamanaguchi has seen mostly underground popularity, but has been getting more attention as of late, thanks in part to YouTube and their recent involvement with the Scott Pilgrim video game.


  • Power Supply EP (2006, free)
  • Dawn Metropolis (2009)
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game - Original Videogame Soundtrack (2010)
  • Summer 2010 singles (free)
    • "Airbrushed"
    • "My Skateboard Will Go On"
    • "Aurora (Meet Me in the Stars)"
    • "Airbrushed (RAC Remix)"
    • "Mess"
  • Endless Fantasy (2013)


On March 28th, 2016 the group posted a link on twitter to a download of "Capsule Silence XXIV", which was set up via a now-deleted twitter rant to be an unfinished build for a game based on their music that the band leaked out of disgust for (fictional) development studio NHX being unable to properly manage the project. In reality, it was an interactive medium designed to experience their newer album, which also allowed players to download one of the songs at the end of each playthrough.

Tropes used by Anamanaguchi include: