‘Scream if you want to …’
If anyone ever tells you that playing video games is a waste of time, simply point them in the direction of a few of the creations of Crashfaster (or Morgan Tucker to his buddies). An electronic musician hailing from San Francisco, California, his style skirts several genres including chiptune, electro, dance and synth-pop. He combines the chipsets of a Gameboy, NES and C64 with the analog beats of an 808/909 and a Vocoder to craft his sound. Ever wondered what the Mario sound effects would sound like as part of a big-beat stormer? Wonder no more.