So, I saw these dudes in the Technology section of the New York Times awhile ago and went to their website (theadvantageband.com) and immediately fell in love with their music which is entirely covers of original 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System games (Marble Madness, Castlevania, Mario Bros., etc.) It was perfect for me as a vocalist and lyricist because (of course) it had neither of both, not to mention these dudes are all consummate musicians and play the shit out of these songs, so I immediately went about writing lyrics for it and told them all about it and they were into it. So… this is the final product and I hope you like it and I’m working on the 2nd album of our stuff right now. And I just got off a short tour with the dudes and they’re all super cool and really nice and our stuff was (generally) very well received. Oh, also, I should tell you why they were in the Technology section of the Times rather than, say, the Arts section. Well, in addition to their music having a strong connection with Nintendo, there was this other cool technological thing which was that they used this one program (I forget the name of which as of now) which allowed them to strip the audio off of the old cartridges as NSFs (Nintendo Sound Files) and break them down into their individual tracks (one drum track, three treble tracks, and one for sound effects and/or samples) and slow them way down which is how and/or partly why they are able to play this shit so faithfully. So, that’s the story; buy our music.