Eclectic sounds this week. Soulful remixes by BeatmakerKelz on Deadlines. Indie game sounds in the SUPERBEAT: XONiC Extra Soundtrack and the Bacon Man: An Adventure (Original Game Soundtrack). Then game rearrangement albums Reprisal by Harry Lode and Glory to Metal (A Symphonic Metal Tribute to NieR: Automata) from Ferdk.Read More
BeatmakerKelz does it again! Beats that is! This guy is always dropping exactly what I want to hear, whether it be game music remixes, original beats, or whatever next thing he decides to chop of flip this time. Groove on these chill beats, ESPECIALLY that wonderful I Love Lucy remix that gets me way too nostalgic for some quality classic comedy shows.Read More
Another album's worth of BeatmakerKelz' experimental hip hop beats. From the glitched out opener 8-Bit Anthem to the relaxed sounds of Hidden and the wonderful closing track Cruisin'
Another wonderful album of BeatmakerKelz beats and flips. BmK always takes things in a weird direction, in the best possible way. I'm lucky so many great gaming themes enter his remixing crosshairs or else I would have never heard any of these dope beats. Besides tackling games like Banjo Kazooie and a strange but wonderful fusion of hip hop and Yoshi, we also get remixes of assorted movies and pop music hits. It's well worth a listen to hear the clever flips and experimental remixes.
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The latest SUBCON features new tracks from 2 Mello, Andre Martel, Bona El-Zee, and an OCReMix rap collab. In another Video Game Based Lyrics Corner, I decide which FFVII characters don't give a f-, using Sean Paul and J Bo of YoungBloodz as my guide. Then I go as hard as a PBS telethon as I reveal the SUBCON Patreon plan!
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Bumping beats from classic games
I am on a mission to spread the gospel of this album full of one of a kind video game beats. BeatmakerKelz redefines tracks from Super Mario Kart, Donkey Kong Country, Shadow of the Colossus and so many more. Seventeen tracks in all, running through several eras of gaming.
Clearly I'm partial to the Culex beat from Super Mario RPG, and anything Zelda always gets turned up.