Take some classic commercials, and a smattering of mashups and remixes from a few catchy artists, and you get 8-Bit Mullet's Console Wars, a 30 minute mix of classic VGM and hip hop verses.Read More
Listen to a new summer mixtape of my favorite VGM of the last few months. All of this music has been featured on this website and the SUBCON podcast! Listen to a half hour of game music and hip hop on my YouTube, or SoundCloud, or right here if it ends up getting flagged and muted every where else.Read More
These c&s stock reports are my favorite thing these days.
As if Shawn Phase himself were to say, 'Hey geno, want to hear half an hour of classic game soundtracks along with some murderous drumwork and esoteric intro's that sometimes sound more like an in ring promo than an album opening.'
That is a world we live in, right now thanks to shawn phase and his long running series of c&s stock reports.Read More
Doughboy puts it down again in a new beat tape completely dedicated to the 32 bit processing power of the Sony Playstation 1-4. We've got beats from Parappa, Spyro, Uncharted, Final Fantasy VII, a few Metal Gear Solid games, and so much more. Bob your head to this dope mix of new and classic game beats!Read More
Missed this when it came out, but never too late for ultra chill vibes and dank hip hop rhymes. Check out the 2014 album from GF Retro, BLACKMAGE.
I ran across Earthbound Rejects a few months ago while digging through random albums over on datpiff.At the time I couldn't find more about the group. After posting aout their album Phone Call to Dad, the group reached out to me, and I'm glad to be presenting their latest album of dope underground hip hop (with plenty of the video game influences still intact). The tracks that have stuck out to me so far are Reason and Alive. Expect to hear some verses from this album on a future SUBCON podcast.
Head over to the EBR bandcamp page and grab the full album for any price you prefer.
All new mixtape for all those folks still hustling at Pokemon Go. Hit the gyms in style with this collection of bumping Pokemon based beats. Get in full Pokemon trainer mode with these remixes of classic Pokemon tracks! Download the .mp3 over on the SUBCON page.
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JH Sounds drops a mixtape of chill game inspired jams for the incoming heat of Summer. Vibe on this fusion of famous hits and game audio beats. Amazing Feats for amazing heat. Sounds like the soundtrack to a 16-bit bootleg version of Lollipop Chainsaw and it's awesome.
If it features music not just from Castlevania, but also from Puyo and Gunstar Heroes, then I feel pretty compelled to share. Check out the album compiled by Heidi of the Geeky Gals website and fall back in love with some lesser known original game themes on this 10 track mixtape
I have to admit that I have never played Okami, despite having the opportunity to do so over several consoles I've owned. I do regret it (along with Godhand) for missing some games from the short-lived Clover after enjoying Viewtiful Joe so much on the Gamecube. This isn't about me and my secret shames though, it's about you, the real Okami fans.
Asis Galvin drops an ambient instrumental mixtape featuring music from Okami. Return to the world of Okami again, at least until they make another remake of it.
You're having hip hop beats for breakfast, that's what!
This is some hot new jams from an up and coming favorite of mine, DJ Chief Takinawa. I've been repping this guys jams since I ran across a hot MvC2 beat on his instragram page a few years back.
Hannya tears things up quick and dirty with some eclectic hip hop beats that stretches from industrial to smooth jazz, and all with a clear influence from video games and Japanese culture. That would include remixes from Tekken and the Mega Man Zero series.
The 20 minute EP is getting repeated listens on my end. And for those with very little time on their hands, the album also includes a ten minute mini mix of the album tracks. I believe this is the first full, cohesive project I have heard from Takinawa, and it definitely gets me hyped with some great drum fills and driving beats. Expect me to be bumping this on future SUBCON podcast episodes.
Check out some of the sounds of Jay-Zelda: Beats Awakening by AQUMA in my first VGM video review!
DJ Dax and Team Future combine to drop a hip hop future mixtape inspired by the Final Fantasy series. DAX even added the lyrics to Genius. Now that's dedication. Grab the album over on SoundCloud for free download, then read along with eleven tracks of JRPG based hip hop.
This is a surprise awesome album I wasn't expecting to run across, which is the best kind of album by the way. I still wonder why I got to hunt you folks down to write about your albums though.
Witness the sonic recording of the first gathering of the Shindiggaz. Get down to the Gunstar Hero inspired beats as the Shindiggaz drop flows in full force. Shindiggaz legendary meeting is remembered in Adventures on Gunstar9.
The Equinox is almost upon us, despite what the temperatures where I live may claim. For those who are truly witnessing the end of Summer in your home town, ride out the ever shortening days with the Black Shy Guy Summer 2015 Mixtape. This collection of rap, hip hop beats, original sound versions and more features all the music from Season 1 of the SUBCON podcast.
You can also stream the album now via the mixtape song page on the Game Music 4 All SoundCloud page.
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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.