This week it's all about Playstation soundtracks and remixes! We've got remixes by Voodoo Lion, Doughboy the Producer, Zalenka, DJ Chief Takinawa and more, remixing classics like Spyro and Final Fantasy, to the more obscure soundtracks, Dino Crisis and Lunar Silver Star Story. This is also the first VIDEO PODCAST for SUBCON, so make sure you check out the show on my Youtube channel!
A very interesting collection of arrangements and sounds from Shiryu. Two discs worth of Castlevania based chiptunes in both NES and SNES formats. If you need more Castlevania VGM, and you do. We all do.
All new chiptunes from Pulsing and via Pterodactyl Squad. We've got a seven track collection of Game Boy compositions, inspired by a variety of genres, along with memories of Earthbound. That is a whole bunch of things I enjoy, and I enjoy this album too!
On this episode I demand you watch Norm Macdonald's new stand up special, we hassle the future of driverless cars, and talk about a few recent and upcoming shows. We mostly talk about the music of Chris Cornell and Soundgarden, an influential band of our youth.
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!
This time Voodoo Lion takes on the open world soundtracks of modern classics like Grand Theft Auto, Skyrim, and Jet Set Radio. Voodoo Lion is consistently killing it with these can't miss remix collections. Make sure you check out all the previous episodes. Several of which I enjoyed so much I reviewed them on YouTube.
This week I deem Shaq Fu not sucky enough, bump classic Froskees, get a little worked up about Final Fantasy VII. After some more new tunes from Okumura and the man, Hideki Naganuma, I gush over the beauty of Jet Set Radio Future.
We talk about Kickstarter videogames, complain about happiness, and complain some more about cancelled tv shows. Finally we turn things around by getting excited for upcoming movies Wonder Woman & and Avengers: Infinity War.
Another mixtape from the mind of Doug Funnie. Not much info dropped with this one, but I am digging this mixtape immensely. Be sure to check out a few tracks and my thoughts on Doug Funnie over on the SUBCON Podcast. Do not sleep on these five tracks.
Doug Funnie coming on up. Been digging his tunes a lot recently. I shouldn't have slept on his stuff after hearing him guest on a few other folks albums. Funnie is dropping multiple mixtapes this year, starting with the "L.O.S.T." Mixtape.
On this episode we talk about getting motivated, the Nintendo Switch being sold out everywhere, and the impending return of Lucha Underground. We also talk a lot about video games, and game related topics.
I got to see Vic Viper perform live a few months ago at a local retro game convention. They killed it. This group puts on an intense set that has to be seen live to be appreciated. Check out this album which pays tribute to a variety of classic and niche NES sountracks, and also Mega Man 9, which isn't technically for the NES.
If you need some chill beats, and you do, then settle in with the latest from SublimeCloud. I am in love with these beats, especially after spending a hundred hours or so in Pokemon Moon. I really want to go back to Pokemon Moon as well, but I also have to like, live my life. I can't do both unfortunately.
I know that GamerGad's latest technically dropped at the end of last year, but I think I can still consider it in the early running for best albums of 2017. Seven tracks of hot fire in this follow up to his debut album. Get ready for another go with GamerGad for New Game ++.
A lot has changed since the last podcast. Mario Karts have gotten deluxe, Switch consoles are sold out everywhere. But I'm still supplying you with the latest hip hop and VGM! I've got some words about Project Justice and the Persona series, all while bumping new mixes and rhymes by 2 Mello, Maverick Da Roninn, YTCracker, and MoneyMallzBeats.