Theophany returns to Termina in 'Time's End II: Majora's Mask Remixed'

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.

Time’s End II is the follow up to Theophany’s original remix album of Majora’s Mask, released in 2012. Building on the apocalyptic themes of Majora’s Mask, the new album explores Link’s journey through Woodfall and the southern swamps of Termina. The first album focused on Link’s struggle during the 3-day cycle while Disc 2 builds toward the first major turning of the game. It harkens back to the players’ feelings of hope as Link discovers a way to stop the moon from falling. This free album is a tribute to Majora’s Mask and a thank you to fans who have patiently supported Theophany since the release of Disc 1.
— Materia Collective

Majora's Mask inspired 'The ΜΩΩΝ: The RemixTape' by AGenius & company

The end comes around again. 

The ΜΩΩΝ (original album) was a major success for me, so I thought that a RemixTape was in order for producers that wanted to put their own spin on its tracks. Several very talented producers showed up, and this is their works compiled into one tape. Thanks to all who made The first ΜΩΩΝ a success and these guys that contributed. Much much love to you all.

Hope you enjoy!

-AGenius #MadGalaxy2014

P.S. - The original “Grammy (prod. Natsu Fuji)” has been added as a bonus.
released August 18, 2014

Contributing producers/remixers:
Natsu Fuji -
uRiah -
Flxtch! -
CDeVon -
Grizzly F.O.G. -
Perry the Producer -
D-Shocka -

Executive producers: AGenius & Angelica Grace
— AGenius

Legend of Zelda inspired hip hop album 'The MΩΩN' by AGenius

The sky is falling. 

Dark side of the Moon.

Beats are crazy. The Challenge (for myself) was to keep up with them. Except “Sage” (That’s all you KenKen). Lol.

But this project expresses my villainous, scary movie-loving, vampires, werewolves, monsters, death-obsessed side. I had to give it a name, so I did. Skull Kid.

The actual MoonShooter project is next. Promise.

Thank you for listening,
— AGenius

Majora's Mask inspired hip hop album 'The MΩΩN II' by AGenius

The last laugh. 

This is the 2nd project of AGenius’ portrayal of the villainous “Skull Kid” persona, a 2-disc album, structurally inspired by old-school hip-hop albums (filled with skits & excerpts), Justin Timberlake’s discography (2 tracks-in-one), and Kanye West’s “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” (long tracks, extremely feature-heavy, producer collaborations, off-the-wall engineering, and displaying artistic themes).

Album Info:
This, being the sequel to ΤΗΕ ΜΩΩΝ, is at a point to where Skull Kid has now accepted he (and the rest of the world for that matter) is evil, and there’s no helping it.

There is little to no conscience left as he chooses to embrace his vengeful malice rather than fight it, and even have FUN doing so...Or is he?
This album lays out that rampage, while raising the question: Has the mask fully taken over by force, or did Skull Kid want this all along, and needed a catalyst to activate his vengeance for a life of torture?

Second, this album is VERY feature-heavy, supporting the “world is evil too” theme. No one is any better than he as it was so easy to drive others to join his rampage. Some you expected to join, others not so much. They’re all here.

Third, while this is not as experimental as ΜΩΩΝ Ι, there are songs throughout adding variety to the subject matter (inner thoughts while on the rampage). Maintained though, for the most part, is the perspective: lack of compassion.

Lastly, this sequel is twisted but not quite as dark/emo; Skull Kid actually enjoys what he’s become now since finding the mask.

Legend of Zelda themes are kept to a minimum again, on purpose. References are made, but remember this is more AGenius using a character/persona to vent, rather than some sort of hip-hop cosplay.
— AGenius

Zelda Majora's Mask inspired beats 'Flyrule: A Terrible Fate' by Shag

Hip hop producer Shag does it again with another collection of Zelda inspired hip hop beats. This time taking the memorable yet haunting tunes in the cult classic N64 sequel to Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask. This album is itself a sequel to Shag's 2011 release of the original Flyrule. You can grab both for free from Shaq's bandcamp.

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 15th Anniversary Week Begins

Dawn of a New Day

Music Performed & Sequenced by
Shoji Horikoshi,Masahide & Yumi,Masaharu Toyoda,
Keita Kikuchi,Katsuya Takahashi

Original Music Composed by
Koji Kondo,Toru Minegishi 

Check out this incredible artwork inspired by Zelda Majora's Mask by JFRteam


Unbelievable artwork Majora's Mask by JFRteam. A collection of the major and most memorable characters from the character laden Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask for the N64.

MM is my personal favorite 3D Zelda (the much maligned Skyward Sword comes in a close second). Much of that favoritism comes from the huge cast of characters in the game, each seemingly with their own lives, thoughts, and reasons to be doomed thanks to that cursed Majora's Mask.

Listen to a piano arrangement of Song of Healing by Brian Cubria

This rearrangement straddles the line between simple relaxation and haunting loneliness in under five minutes. Listen to the somber piano driven sounds of the Song of Healing by Brian Cubria and get washed away in the cursed world of Termina.

H.A. Sedda releases Dark Souls & Legend of Zelda inspired album Vignettes from Millennia

North Carolina musician H.A. Sedda drops a guitar driven experimental rock album full of catchy riffs and ominous sounds. The album, Vignettes from Millenia, is strongly influenced by the musical stylings found in Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask as well as the game Dark Souls. That influence shines through clearly in the adventurous and ever shifting moods of the four tracks that comprise this EP length album.

The clear favorite for me is the clearly Majora's Mask inspired track, The Moon and Four Giants, but every song has a great feel to it. To me, very reminiscent of early Metroid Metal. Certainly hope to hear more from Sedda soon. 

Listen to Song of Unhealing Remix by Asce Blaze

One of the scariest themes in gaming, forward or backward, gets remixed into a head bumping beat that I can only hope will one day get rapped over. Don't get me wrong, some of that inherent creepiness rolls just beneath the upbeat drum loop, always keeping an unnerving feeling throughout the track.

Listen to Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask Hip-Hop Beat (Astral Observatory Room) by VidalVille

Can't get enough of the unstoppable bass on this epic remix of the beautiful Astral Observatory music from Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask for the Nintendo 64. Get the club bumping like it's the end of the world.

Listen to Xzibit, Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, & Casual - Three Emcees (Majora's Mask Remix) by CRW

Majora's Mask artwork  by artist Nanobit .

Majora's Mask artwork by artist Nanobit.

Amazing mashup of the haunting music from The Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask and the rhymes of Xzibit, Del the Funkee Homosapien, and Casual from Three Emcees. This song makes me wish CRW would drop a full album of Majora's Mask mashups. Instead I'll have to settle for listening to this track on repeat.

Theophany - Time's End: Majora's Mask Remixed album


An incredible orchestral album of the beautiful themes found in one of my favorite games in all of gamedom. Majora's Mask and it's dark themes come to life in these haunting arrangements that portend the end of the world. Theophany produces an aural adventure that places you right below the clock tower, with only days left before Time's End.