Everyone loves video game town themes. They're so relaxing; there's no need for tension or strife, because we're safe at home. We don't have to fight battles or solve puzzles; it's time to take it easy.
I mean I don't think that you forgot, really. It's just that it's never a bad thing to be reminded.
It's been a little while since we last posted an a cappella video-game arrangement from Mr. Smooth McGroove, but that doesn't mean the bearded bard hasn't been banging out new material.
Come for the killer Tetris tune, stay for the hypnotic Tetris gameplay. As much as I liked the latest from Smooth McGroove, I was oddly transfixed by the gameplay video that goes along with it. Tetris, man.
It was only a matter of time before video-game a cappella master Smooth McGroove took on the Zelda theme. Now, he has—or rather he, his cat and his seven doppelgängers have.
Streets Of Rage? More like Beats of Rage.The latest a cappella jam from Smooth McGroove takes us on a dance-party trip through a classic beat 'em up.
A cappella master Smooth McGroove has made a name for himself by re-creating vocal versions of classic game music. His stuff is usually very good, but this week he's outdone himself, tackling my favorite video-game victory music and utterly owning it.
It's been a while since we've checked in with Mr. Smooth McGroove, the bearded a cappella master who, along with his feline familiar and sick vocal chops, gives our favorite video game anthems new life.
Here's a challenge: listen through this fantastic rendition of the original Tetris theme by Smooth McGroove, and see if you don't end up with the song stuck in your head.
I always did think Ken was the coolest.