How are there so many songs in Fallout 4 that fit into the games’ theme?
The entire 164 track Banjo Kazooie soundtrack is available on Bandcamp. Ex-Rare audio maestro Grant Kirkhope put up the whole thing, which includes everything from level themes to cheerful, five-second victory chimes. You can name your price. Go revel in glorious bird/bear nostalgia and the happiest main theme ever.
We've been fawning over Hohokum's music for a while now, because the soundtrack is a big part of what makes this upcoming artsy PS4 game such a treat. Ghostly International has made the whole thing available to stream in anticipation of the game's launch next month. If you're not a believer yet, I'd highly recommend…
The recent release of Pokémon X and Y didn't just give the game a graphical overhaul. The music is better than ever before as well, and now you can buy all 3.5 hours' worth of it on iTunes for a piddling $9.99.
The North American Tales of Symphonia Chronicles $100 Collector's Edition for the PS3 is epic. If four Chibi Kyun Chara figures, a novel detailing what happened between Tales of Symphonia and Dawn of the New World, a multi-disc soundtrack and special collector's packaging isn't enough to get you to re-buy two games…
Rockstar released three new character trailers for their latest game in the Grand Theft Auto series. Up top is "Radio Ga Ga" by Queen to go with Michael's debut.
This is "Trigger Finger" from Lil Wayne's newest album I Am Not a Human Being II, released Tuesday. But
Mass Effect Assassin's Creed fans should recognize that opening sample, before it lights up a bowl and rolls into the filth-flarn-filth lyrics (so, yes, NSFW warning if you're listening around others over speakers.)
This performance of the Doctor Who Theme is by Harp Twins Camille and Kennerly, and is a follow-up to their most recent sensation, Blonde Twins Playing Iron Maiden On Harps While Standing In A Ruined Brick Building.
Chiptune music is all well and good, but I like to give my ear something to hold onto along with all the bleeps and bloops. So I very much enjoy Aivi & Surasshu's new album "The Black Box," which mixes the keyboard chops of pianist Aivi Tran and the chiptune stylings of Surasshu.
This performance of "Fear of the Dark" brought to you by Camille and Kennerly, the magnificent harp-handlers behind such classics as Blonde Twins Playing The Elder Scrolls Theme On Harps While Standing In A Forest, Blonde Twins Playing A Metallica Cover On Harps While Standing In The Desert, Blonde Twins Playing …
In place of the Off Topic post tonight, I thought I'd post this music. I was reminded of this excellent theme when watching those GamePro TV episodes from earlier. Man, I loved the theme to the first Tomb Raider. Listening to this was an extreme nostalgia trip.
I don't even know what else to say, really, about NYC-based chip-rock quartet Anamanaguchi. Their music more or less speaks for itself.
It's always fun to hear composers talk about their favorite musicians. This past weekend at PAX, I sat down with a group of the biggest names in AAA video game music to talk about all things musical and video games. Fresh from their panel at PAX, I chatted with Dragon Age composer Inon Zur, Assassin's Creed's Jesper…
This new video from Talking Heads frontman David Byrne and wicked good looper/singer/music-maven St. Vincent is my jam. I mean… two of my favorite singers and a whole full-on sax-section groove. It's like they're trying to kill me with awesomeness.
There have been approximately one billion tribute, cover, and parody versions of Gotye's 'Somebody That I Used To Know.' One of my favorites was this amazing Star Wars parody, but this shredding solo acoustic guitar version by Mike Dawes is another contender.
Sometimes the headline does all the talking. Sometimes things are exactly what they seem.
Florida singer/songwriter Shauna Sweeney has a boyfriend, and he sounds like a pretty great guy. He's into video games, comics, and he's pretty good at defragging a hard drive. And so, she wrote this adorable (and catchy!) song called "My Nerdy Boyfriend."
The Extended Cut DLC for Mass Effect 3 was free, and now, so is the additional 16 minutes of music composed for its soundtrack. You can pick up the files from BioWare's website.