Lo-fi chiptune pop album Mighty Social Lion by The J. Arthur Keenes Band

As mysterious as ever

Been a long time since I had a chance to mention J. Arthur Keenes Band. Seems I failed to mention the lo-fi pop of Mighty Social Lion from 2013. That is now rectified. Jam to this vibrant album of live and electronic sounds and soothing vocals.

Listen to SUBCON 39 Tonkatsu DJ Agetarou special

The only podcast dedicated to video games & hip hop! 

Forget the video games, let's keep the hip hop, but add some anime to the mix! This is an episode length tribute to the recently released anime Tonkatsu DJ Agetaro! This is an anime about Hip Hop, music, and DJ Culture and I have some things to say about it.

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DJ J-Ball's 'A Glitch In The Sonic EP' club music tribute to 16-bit Sonic The Hedgehog

Download this thing. DJ J-Ball and Sonic in some crazy mixed up and mashed up Sonic grooves, beats. All that stuff. It get's pretty intense.

What happens when the entire Sonic The Hedgehog soundtrack somehow fuses together. DJ J-Ball tries to answer this question with this 5 track EP featuring 10 tracks from the Sonic The Hedgehog soundtracks (mainly Sonic The Hedgehog 1-3 and Sonic And Knuckles).
— DJ J-Ball

Darkman007's metal guitar tribute to classic games, 'Sounds from The Past'

Darkman007 covers classic NES, Genesis, and even a ZX Spectrum game in this hard hitting album. Ten tracks of classic game tunes including Battletoads, Vectorman, Dr. Mario and more. The full album can be downloaded for $8 on Darkman's Bandcamp page.

Youtube - www.youtube.com/watch?v=og3ZTAd7GsU

Start recording the album on January 18th 2016. This album means a lot to me, it’s like a starter for further creative development after almost 2 years of musical emptiness. Moreover, playing such tunes automatically increase their skills in the sense of a tool, in particular guitars, because all quite unconventional and ingeniously simple.

But unusually for the same progressive rock. For example, it should be noted reefs that turned the recording Dr. Mario or Mission Impossible. These tunes have given me a new sense of the guitar. It is excellent!

P.S.:

Include cover art and scetch!
— Darkman007

Listen to J. Cole X Frieza hip hop anime mashup by TKRMX

RIP TKRMX, Been a fan of his stuff since long after he quit, and all that is left is a trail of abandoned social media accounts like walking through some sort of mashup ghost town. This is a personal favorite, mashing up J. Cole with the music and sounds of anime classic Dragon Ball Z.