Mashup of video games vs hip hop group Demigodz, brought to us by Tomatoveli.
Norrin Radd drops an infectious collection of Sega Genesis FM chip based arrangements,
The four track debut of Weird At Last, a chiptune pop punk group out of Long Island, New York.
Fall into a world of FM chip based techno, IDM, and more with Sega system by Potential differenSe and DETROIT UNDERGROUND
This week we celebrate the Nintendo Switch launch, sort of. I also give my final take on Pokemon Moon, some thoughts about Pokemon Red, and already outdated predictions about Pokemon Go. Then I complain about racing games for a minute. All this plus dope new hip hop from Swych, Tomatoveli, Lil D.J. and more!Read More
Theophany returns with a sequel to one of his most popular albums. Time's End II rearranges ten more memorable themes from the Nintendo 64 classic Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask. It's been nearly four years since the original Time's End was released, and folks like I are still more than excited for more remixes from perhaps the most misunderstood game in the Zelda franchise.
Can't get enough of new interpretations of Legend of Zelda! Ohio based metal group A Sense of Purpose lays down this four track tribute to the classic Nintendo franchise.
In honor of the latest Zelda release, Breath of the Wild, here is a mix of Legend of Zelda inspired beats and hip hop! Several incredible remixes and mashups that form a nostalgic musical adventure through the Legend of Zelda series.Read More
I can't say enough how much I love the title of this debut album. Not only are there some great game covers, but also some classic Cheap Trick, and TV shows like Goosebumps and sports.
t's a good thing I post about New Temp Sound Solutions / Shawn Phase once a month now, because that almost (but not quite) matches his musical output. I began temp sound solution Tuesdays in the apparently futile attempt to dig into the very, very extensive backlog of TSS albums I have never written about, or in some cases, even heard yet.Read More
No, this is not technically anywhere near video game music per se, but when your band has talent like members of Metroid Metal, Xoc, Viking Guitar and more on your project, it doesn't really matter what music results, It's going to be fantastic and I'm going to talk about it.
I don't go talking about every non VGM album I hear, but I damn well will with this one. The tracks are so infectious, and speak to me on a primal level. the 90's is strong here, and I can't escape it. It's like a black hole of the exact sounds, instruments, tones, you name it. I'm sold.
Some of my favorite tracks aren't even on the album proper. You better download this album right now to hear some Dope-Ass Owls.
I've reached the first of many minor milestones! In a very special 50th episode, I bump new and classic VGM and Hip Hop by BeatmakerKelz, 2 Mello, Froskees, and Team Teamwork. Then talk about Final Fantasy VII, Harvest Moon, and how great this podcast is.Read More
A dope collection of beats from DoughBoy The Producer. Classic NES and SNES beats to nod your head to. Smooth hip hop instrumentals from Donkey Kong Country, DuckTales, Castlevania, and plenty more!
Head over to the Nintendo-oh Instrumentals datpiff page to check out the album. Be sure to follow Doughboy on his SoundCloud page as well
I plan to bump quite a few of these tracks on the SUBCON podcast, so listen out for them on the show as well!
This time I talk about the book that made me realize that people write books about video games! Power-Up has some well written stories about pivotal moments in video game history. See I'm gushing about it already.Read More
Man do I wish I had a metal podcast, I'd ask Tim Lydon of Year 200X fame if I could use the VGMMegacast name, and do it up right. Until that day though, I'll just be writing down my thoughts about great new metal albums like Knight of the Round here.