A few weeks ago, we spotted one of the video entries in Cool Hunting's '8-Bit' series, profiling bleeptastic music creators who often use Game Boy and NES consoles to create their goodness.

Well, the concluding part of the video series has recently been posted, in which they "discuss the sampling processes of artists who re-imagine the possibilities of lo-fi technology", talking to Mike Rosenthal, Experimental Music Curator at the NYC performance space 'The Tank', and Montgomery Knott, director of MonkeytownHQ.

The previous entries (selectable on the menu on the left) are one-on-one artist interviews, with a recent highlight including a chat with Mark DeNardo, who "incorporates electronic sequences from both his Gameboy and PSP into deeply soulful and original folk songs" - he also talks about his music for the Gamma Bros game, which we recently covered. Also interviewed are Bit Shifter, noteNdo, and Nullsleep!