When I first heard this remix on the 3DS version of Sonic Generations, I was completely enthralled by the Las Vegas casino big band vibe blasting from my speakers. This is one beautiful remix of music from my favorite classic Zelda game, of course, Sonic Generations on 3DS (much like it's DS predecessors) was pretty damn good too.
It's truly hard to believe that MPFM has been at it for over ten years now. This track is one of my favorites from her debut album,©®@~ Mystery, though I didn't have the pleasure to hear it until the CD got a re-release sometime after the follow up album Wheelo Exgirlfriends was released.
One of the first times I heard someone rap over the nearly sacred track Time's Scar from Chrono Cross as well, and MPFM nailed it oh so long ago.
Listen to the two track EP Summer, from, well, last summer. Metatronaut also hints at a larger album incoming some time in 2015. One in which he will be weilding dual DMG-01s, rather than just one.
If this short, one Game Boy ride is any indication of his skill with multiple GBs, then I am quite excited to hear more of these outer space chiptune stylings.
The leaf shield takes a more metaphorical meaning in this instrumental album of video game inspired beats known as Nintendo and Kush.
Straight from Real Soul is this mixtape of laid back funk and soul mixed with spiraling electronic sounds and a hint of despair. Real Soul is also a guy once making awesome video game beats in Los Angeles who has also mysteriously vanished from posting music online. What an interesting non-coincidence I think.
Also don't do drugs. But if you are already doing drugs, do some to this album.
I'm always a fan of short haired heroines (Kumatora comes swiftly to mind) so I am a big fan of this interpretation of Metroid's Samus Aran with a more practical haircut. I hadn't considered it before now, but all that hair inside that helmet can't be comfortable. Then again, perhaps the Chozo have long since mastered the ability to keep long hair out of their face.