Now this is what I am about. DJ Super Sonic. Sorry. DJ SUPER SONIC, drops an EP of club rocking street fighter II remixes in SUPER BASS FIGHTER TURBO. Five all time classics of VGM are tuned for the dance floor, and all available at any price over on DJ SUPER SONIC's bandcamp page. Every track in Street Fighter II is a Yoko Shimomura composed masterpiece, and DJ SUPER SONIC takes a select few and turns them into an intense dance riot.
It's an eclectic week with the varied sounds of Linnani Vaanija album SNACK. Atmospheric themes from the DIVE: Starpath soundtrack by Nick Borrego. Street Fighter inspired EDM by DJ SUPER SONIC. Soul searching nerd hip hop rock by Schaffer the Darklord, along with Shael Riley and the Double Ice Backfire on their collab album Hold Person. Then it's the chill study music of Meteo Xavier on his hour long relaxing original music playlist.Read More
There is only one way out of FIght City, that's right! By fighting! That is also the only way into Fight City. It's also how you pay for a great deal of goods and services. The point is. DJ Super Sonic takes that wonderful FM chip and channels his inner Yuzo Koshiro to create the blood pumping sounds of Fight City. If you need some music that makes you want to start a fight, then move slightly to the right, just so you can start another fight, then this is your soundtrack!Read More
Check out the epic dance beats of DJ SUPER SONIC's Castletwerkya in a new VGM video review!
Drop it like it's holy water.
This epic pair of mini mixtapes from DJ SUPER SONIC (all caps, naturally) gets whips cracking and asses dropping. I imagine that once the Belmonts dispose of old Drac, they throw some epic house parties throughout the mansion. Disco balls attached to Medusa heads, twerking in the gear room, and you know the party don't stop 'til sunrise.
Both albums are a mix of club ready beats, which meld perfectly with the ever malleable tunes of the original Castlevania, composed by Kinuyo Yamashita AKA James Banana. I'm seriously in love with each and every track on the original CV OST, and hearing them get some amazing dance club remixes just helps me appreciate them more. Whether they are hardcore spped metal covers, or booty shaking dance music, the original CV should be everyone's choice for most coverable / remixable / mashupable all time OST.