We're revisiting last week's topic with more speedy tunes from fast games! Pernell talks about his love of difficult games, and Rob names all the games in the "Strike" series for the Genesis that were shelved! By the end of the episode Rob has named so many games and has gotten so little sleep that he gets a little crazy. Enjoy the show! Learn more about us! https://rhythmandpixels.com Support the podcast! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels
Have a need for speed? We have the composer of the new hit indie game Speed Limit joining us on the show, Matija Malatestinic! We talk about everything from musical influences to favorite games to heavy metall. Throughout the show we're also listening to music from games inspired by the genre-bending action game Speed Limit. Enjoy the show and don't forget your seatbelt! More from Matija! https://malatestinic.bandcamp.com http://www.malatestinic.com More from the show! https://rhythmandpixels.com Support us on Patreon! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels
It's frozen outside and we're locked up in our houses playing video games! This week we ask our listeners to DJ and choose their favorite winter and winter-adjacent game music! Look out for the fun quiz: Is This A Real 3DO Game? Let us know how well you did! Don't worry, Pernell didn't laugh himself to death, he only lost his voice for a few days. Full track list and more episodes at https://rhythmandpixels.com Support the show! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels
The matchup of the millennium is finally here! Choose your fighter! Choose your favorite wholesome 90s-TV family! Let's rock! This week we're listening to classic Capcom games and mashing them with the ABC Friday night line-up from the 90s! Urkel and Mega Man? You got it! Alien vs Predator vs Perfect Strangers? Why not! Join us for some silly fun 🙂 Learn more about the show! https://rhythmandpixels.com Get exclusive content and support the show! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels
In the 90s Sega fought the rental market with a radical new idea: stream video games directly to consumers. Rob and Pernell listen to music special to the Sega Channel, and the exclusive games brought to North America. The Sega Channel brought video games to consumers directly to their consoles through the cable television network. This was not only a revolution for gaming, it pioneered a whole new way to browse the internet: cable broadband. Enjoy these solid Genesis/Mega Drive tunes from the good-old days of Sega! Learn more about Rhythm and Pixels! https://rhythmandpixels.xom Support the show! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels
It's nearly Valentine's day! This usually means time for some romantic themed music and games. But Rob and Pernell have different attitudes towards this holiday, making an eclectic playlist that's sure to give you whiplash! Don't worry though, every track you'll hear is golden. Whether it's a smooth jam from Rob, or an aggressive banger from Pernell! One of the themes in this week's episode happens to be all the strange accessories for the Nintendo Game Boy. We're not sure why, but discussions around all the Voltron-esque peripherals just keeps jumping in our brains. Also, watch out for that Jack Nickolas golf track! The sweet saxophone solo is sure to get you in the mood... for golf! Discover more VGM and past episodes at our website: https://rhythmandpixels.com Support us on Patreon. https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels Listen to our 24/7 VGM radio station! https://youtube.com/rhythmandpixels
Rob and Pernell brace themselves as the podcast goes into overdrive! We're talking about panic-music in this week's episode. Music that plays during bosses, boss-parades, Thanksgiving-day-parades, and Thanksgiving-day-boss-parades! This week's episode was recorded over a live-stream for Patreon members! If you want to get involved, consider donating to our Patreon. Members at every level get access to live shows, prequel shows, and much more! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels
Back at it again with the game within a game business! This time we're hanging out with number one podcast guest and games composer Chel Wong! In addition to writing excellent music, she's fantastic at constantly changing the direction of conversation!
He's the bad boy of video games, and he's the musician who plays by the rules. Together they are fighting crime! I mean, they are listening to great music with their friend Hammock! (KVGM, The Last Wave) We're listening to music that could be in a "buddy-cop" movie/television series. And IT RULES! Let the music put you into the movie theater, watching two cops work together. Despite their differences, they both want justice! Heck, why would you just listen to the music, when you can listen to cold-reads Rob's first screen-play: Pernell and Poochie: Crime Fighting Buddies for Life! Hammock is the host of KVGM The Last Wave, the absolute chillest and most smoothest podcast ever created for the internet. Every WEEK you can get down with his smooth voice and the absolute sexiest music in video games ever composed. Listen here! http://www.kvgmradio.com
The start of a new year for Rhythm and Pixels also means the start of a new rivalry! Test your knowledge of game music with Rob and Pernell in this very special game-show episode hosted by Chris Baines! Think of this episode like a "Name That Tune" contest for video game music. We invite you to play along and keep score with us! Chris Baines (http://www.chrisbainesmusic.com, X-Hunters) has been creating VGM quiz videos and most recently has started doing deep-dive documentaries into your favorite games! Check out his latest on Resident Evil 4!