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We pay tribute to Weezer again

We weren't lying when we said we had a summer of rad releases planned: next is The Teal Album from Ramyn King. Fans of Weezer or Mega Man should definitely grab this, but the songs are so well written that you don't need to like either of those things to be honest! Check it out - you won't be disappointed.

PTE049 release page

"It's been five summers since Pterodactyl Squad released Weezer - The 8-bit Album, a landmark chiptune tribute. Now it's time for the Squad to pay tribute to the same band once again, this time with an outstanding seven-track EP from Ramyn King. Fusing the musical and lyrical stylings of old-school Weezer with melodies from the Mega Man series, The Teal Album is truly something special - 50% Weezer, 50% Mega Man, 100% rad."

There's also a listening party for this release taking place tomorrow evening  (July 5th) on the Open Circuit show on Arecibo Radio. All the details can be found on the event page - see you there?


We've got a summer of rad releases planned here at Pterodactyl Squad, and this is the first: Somewhere Something Incredible from Cali pop-punkers, Alone In The Universe!

PTE048 release page

"This debut release from Alone In The Universe explodes with pop-punk energy, catchy vocals and shimmering LSDj melodies. It's about space, it's about life, and it's about how much fun you can have rocking out to chiptune - whether you choose to air guitar or air Game Boy is up to you."

New Pterodactyl Squad release from Betamod's Player Two

Finally, Player Two joins the Squad! Check out his new 6-track EP, Junior Varsity.

PTE047 release page

"This EP represents the fulfilment of a plan a long time in the making. The original idea for Pterodactyl Squad was actually born from conversations between Player Two and Joe Allen after the collapse of the Mega Twerp netlabel. Yet, for a number of reasons, Player Two never made a release with the Squad, until now.

Slaving away in his personal studio with NES samples and using the smarts gained from countless nights of DJing in the clubs of St. Louis (as well as a healthy dose of inspiration from Daft Punk), Player Two is plugged into your system and ready to jam some house."

Junior Varsity will be up on our Bandcamp page very soon, and for more 8-bit music make sure to check out Player Two's very own netlabel, Betamod.
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