Brendan Becker, known by his stage name Inverse Phase, is an American video game composer and chiptune musician. The soundtrack to the 2010 video game Super Meat Boy features his song "Boss Burger N' Chips", which is a remix of the first and second level boss themes. In late 2011, Becker released the soundtrack to the iOS and Mac title Shuttle Scuttle, handing out copies of the soundtrack to MAGFest X attendees at a secret show. In early 2014, he released Treachery in Beatdown City: Episode 1 EP, the soundtrack to a game that was seeking funding on Kickstarter at the time.
Though he has released several retro-styled soundtracks, he's also dabbled in works paying tribute to his favorite artists. In June 2012, he released Pretty Eight Machine, a tribute album of industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails' 1989 debut album Pretty Hate Machine. Inverse Phase had been able to raise $3,654 for making and promoting the album through the crowdfunding website Kickstarter.Rob Sheridan, who is associated with Nine Inch Nails, tweeted about the album shortly after its release.
- Video game soundtracks
- Super Smash Land (2011, self-released)
- Shuttle Scuttle (2011, self-released)
- Treachery in Beatdown City: Episode 1 EP (2014, self-released)
- Tribute albums
- Pretty Eight Machine (2012, self-released)