Track: Walking In My Shoes | Artist: The Fever 333 | Album: Walking In My Shoes (Single)
At $8 per month for Prime members, Amazon Music Unlimited was already more affordable than Spotify Premium or Apple Music, but Amazon’s sweetening the pot for new members by offering three months for just $1, for a limited time.
Track: 1109 | Artist: Hail The Sun | Album: Secret Wars
Here’s Blizzcon 2017's Hearthstone Tavern band, striking up a tune for the gathered attendees. Watch the video below to hear the song and get a view of the rest of the tavern crowd tonight, shortly after the conclusion of the evening’s Overwatch World Cup matches:
Track: Price of Living | Artist: Ecca Vandal | Album: Ecca Vandal
Doabearandroll and Varghon are two musicians who got to know each other through Twitch, but had never played together before. Outside TwitchCon, they finally jammed for the first time, putting a new spin on an original song by Doabearandroll (Varghon, a professional cellist, improv-ed his part). The modern world is…
I rely on one song to be my psych-up music before job interviews: the theme from the 2011 video game Skyrim. The only place I’ve found the right version of this song is on YouTube—the midi and orchestral arrangements just don’t cut it. But every time I’m in one of these high-stakes moments, I inevitably navigate away…
Rayark’s hit music game Deemo is getting reborn on the PlayStation 4. Tentatively titled Deemo Reborn, the new rhythm action game reimagines the original in full 3D, complete with VR support. There’s no release date info yet, but there is a teaser trailer.
Track: Ruin | Artist: Hide Your Fires | Album: Empty Vessel
Behold Atchafalaya Arcade. It’s an audio visual adventure that takes old technologies and scrambles them together in the present until something new and poetic arises out of the chaos.
Track: Everybody Knows | Artist: Kimbra | Album: Primal Heart
Due out on October 10, Prescription for Sleep: Fight For Your Dreams turns pulse-pounding battle themes from Final Fantasy XV, Undertale, Mega Man, Transformers: The Movie and more into the musical equivalent of sleepytime tea.
Don’t expect high scores or top 40 hits in this jazz-fueled adventure.
Track: Live Outside | Artist: Enter Shikari | Album: The Spark
Vice City might have the best licensed soundtrack of all time, but I think Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 comes in a very close second.
In 2015, the indie record press Ship To Shore Phono Co. put out an officially-licensed pressing of the soundtrack to Nintendo’s beloved RPG Mother, which had just been released that year in the U.S. as EarthBound Beginnings.