Brave Wave featured on The Japan Times

Ian Martin from The Japan Times sat down with Brave Wave's Alexander Aniel (CEO), Keiji Yamagishi (of Ninja Gaiden) and Saori Kobayashi (of Panzer Dragoon) to talk about the landscape of composing music for video games, as well as going solo and making non-game music albums. Here's a quote from Keiji Yamagishi:

If you were to go up to someone and say, ‘Hey, I make chiptune music,’ they’d probably say, ‘Oh, is that the music that goes into games?’ ” Yamagishi explains, “and perhaps with a sort of condescending tone as if it’s not ‘real’ music. However, Mohammed is a big game-music fan and he was the first person who told me that chiptune was cool and there are people (overseas) who really like that kind of music.