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by Nonfinite

Southbridge, Nonfinite’s sophomore release, combines triumphant melodies with thought provoking harmony and infectious head-nodding beats. Nine genre-spanning tracks will keep you moving to the very last note.
Genre: Electronic: Chiptune
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Assuagement
5:17 $0.99
2. Matador Pt. 2
5:25 $0.99
3. Dreamer\'s Day
3:10 $0.99
4. FNH
4:39 $0.99
5. Give Up
3:59 $0.99
6. Intermission
2:56 $0.99
7. Look What You\'ve Done
3:05 $0.99
8. Alien Concepts
3:05 $0.99
9. Despondent Hearts
8:13 $0.99
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Anthony Schmitt (Nonfinite) is a musician based out of Madison, Wisconsin. He began his experience with music when he was 4, when he began playing violin. After 10 years, he moved from classical performance over to jazz, and played with several bands in the upper Wisconsin area. Eventually, wanting to branch out from performance into composition, and heavily influenced by years of video games, he moved over to chiptune.

Nonfinite now owns and operates one of the world's largest companies specializing in the modification of vintage computing and gaming equipment for musical use. Nonfinite Electronics ( caters to some of the biggest names in the chiptune scene, including Nullsleep, USK, Cow'P, Fighter X, Bud Melvin, and many others.

When he's not busy making music or modding Game Boys, Nonfinite also heads Chip-In (, an organization that collects and distributes donations in the form of grants to hardware and software developers in the chiptune community, as well as event promoters and other do-gooders in the scene that could use a financial hand.



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Apparently, the musician behind the chiptune album "Southbridge" owns and operates a large company specializing in modifying gaming equipment for musical use. And now he has a nine-track 8-bit album. Which just so happens to stink.

Things do actually start off relatively good with the nice intro of "Assuagement", but then... the song... changes. And it's long. Over five minutes. And THEN there's a fade-out ending. Why? Then onto track number two, dubbed "Matador Pt. 2". What must part one have been like... part two stinks. On we go to "Dreamer's Day", a Nintento NES-style track that's actually nice. And then things go downhill again with the long and repititious "FNH". Next comes the okayish "Give Up", but really--there are many better choices of chiptune out there. The "Intermission" comes next, a NES bass-based song that still manages to be long despite its being less than three minutes. "Look What You've Done" has some okay craziness near the beginning, but once again, the song changes after the craziness-part. "Alien Concepts" has a Commodore 64-style intro that's actually alright, but then hey presto! The song goes into its next phase--a basic blippy melody that repeats itself. The failure of an album ends on track nine with the eight minute "Despondant Hearts", which for the last time starts off alright and then changes.

Overall, Nonfinite's "Southbridge" would be a poor chiptune-purchasing choice.