Veronica Belmont interviews The Glowing Stars!

Last month, tech host Veronica Belmont stopped by our studio and interviewed us for Chevrolet’s Cruze-arati series. Matt Payne explains how to use original 8-bit hardware, like the Nintendo Game Boy, to create music, and even creates a new song for Veronica by recording car sounds and converting them into 8-bit. Check out the video below, and even catch a bit of our latest release “Group Study,” which is only available on True Chip Till Death’s “Chip In: Japan!” compilation.

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Buttons, April 7, and Japan


Our buttons finally arrived today, and just in time for our show with Anamanaguchi and Peelander-Z, which is in less than a month! Buying tickets early is cheaper (and recommended), so make sure you do so on the DNA Lounge website! We’ll have these, as well as more stickers, at our merch table at the show, as well as some other fun stuff. And if you’re on Facebook, you can RSVP here! Please spread the word, San Francisco!

Aren’t these buttons awesome? Big thanks to Mike Bombon, who designed these. Show him some love by visiting his website or following him on Twitter @VULTR3.

Also, many, many thanks to everyone who’s bought our tracks already on Bandcamp. We’ve raised some money and we’re donating 100% of it to American National Red Cross to aid Japan. You can still help out by visiting our Bandcamp page. Additionally, we’ll have a NEW song in a chiptunes compilation organized by True Chip Till Death and Pixelh8. If you donate money here, not only will you be helping out the country, but you’ll also receive an awesome collection of chip music from talented artists everywhere. For more information, visit The Chip Fund at