This week on the podcast we listen to music from games based on cartoons! Mainly 90s cartoons, about saving the environment, and selling toys. Lots of toys! Rob quizzes Pernell on his video game knowledge, and Pernell goes off on the insane episodes of the Super Mario Bros. super show cartoon!
Pick your fighters, pick your team! Pick your games, pick your music! This week’s episode was streamed live for our Patreon members, featuring music selected our Patreon members! Expect high-energy music, with high-energy hosts! Enjoy!
Sahasrasa – Shin Megami Tensei Digital Devil Saga – PlayStation 2 – Shoji Meguro
Trial Zone – Front Mission: Gun Hazard – SNES – Yasunori Mitsuda
Tender People (Ramia Village) – Ys II PSP Chronicles – Yuzo Koshiro arranged by the Falcom Soundteam JDK
Hopes and Dreams – Undertale – Toby Fox
Race 4 – Uniracers – SNES – Colin Anderson
Stages 6 and 7 – Super Ghouls and Ghosts – SNES – Mari Yamiguchi
Rob and Pernell are here! We’re gonna take you for riiiiide! We look at comic book inspired video games, mainly from Marvel comics, and talk about 90s rappers, arcades, and just about anything but comic books! With great VGM power, comes great VGM responsibility. There are some serious jams throughout the episode, you will not be disappointed. Enjoy!
Here Comes The Hero – X-Men – Arcade – Seiichi Fukami, Yuji Takenouchi, Junya Nakano, A Hashimoto
A new guest appears and casts Haste, his VGM is super effective! This week we talk to Ian Stocker AKA MagicalTimeBean (Escape Goat, Soulcaster, Monster Tale) and chat about game music in the theme of magical time! Ian gets into his love trackers, and what he loves about sweet bass in game music. We also talk about adaptive/modular music, franchise games, and we come up with the Perfect Strangers RPG for your SNES! COUSIN LARRY WAKE UP!
Ian Stocker, aka MagicalTimeBean, is a musician/sound designer/developer who was specialized in handheld consoles and is now a solo developer/composer. After completing his first solo project Soulcaster, he created the indie puzzler hits Escape Goat and Escape Goat 2! Check out his YouTube for new music, and his website for information on his games.
The Scratch Pit – Monster Tale – Nintendo DS – Ian Stocker
Home Village Arni – Chrono Cross – PlayStation – Yasunori Mitsuda
Mission Briefing – Time Trax – Sega Genesis – Tim Follin
Project Barrow Pitch Video – Ian Stocker
Mask of Corruption – TimeSpinner – Steam – Jeff Ball
Resort – Super Time Force – Xbox 360, Steam – 6955 (Jason DeGroot)
Gauntlet Tribute – Ian Stocker
The Observer Theme of Time Mage (Cursed Lands, Final Fantasy V) – halc
Chrono Trigger (Chrono Trigger: Music for Twenty-Five Games) – HyperDuck SoundWorks (Chris Geehan, Dan Byrne-McCullough, Kevin Carville)
Can you hear it? The sound of waves are getting nearer, like driving to the beach on a sunny weekend morning. You can just smell the ocean in the air. We’re joined by Hammock, host of the smoooth VGM podcast (extra “o” for extra smoothness) KVGM Presents The Last Wave! We talk about smooth jazz, golfing video games, and the life-threatening dangers inherent in archaeology. Enjoy everybody!
KVGM Presents The Last Wave podcast celebrates the best in smooth video game jams from your favorite composers and consoles. Every week your host Hammock brings 30 minutes of sweet-sweet sexy video game jams. Check out his show on iTunes, Stitcher, and right here on the internets!
Music No. 6 – New 3D Golf Simulation: Devil’s Course – Sega Genesis – Yumi Kinoshita
Restoration – Escape Goat 2 – Playstation 4, Steam – Ian Stocker
Concentration – Shenzhen IO – Steam – Matthew S Burns
Earthlight – Einhänder – Playstation – Kenichiro Fukui
Aqueduct Temple – Monster Tale – Nintendo DS – Ian Stocker
Network – Front Mission 3 – Playstation – Koji Hayama
The Sunset Sky Part VI (Arranged) – King of Fighters ‘95 (Neo Geo) SNK’s in-house sound team
A Wild Goat Chase (Escape Goat 2) – Ian Stocker arranged by James McCawley
Bubble Bobble Main Theme Orchestrated – Ganae Music, Matthieu Loubière
The Thousand Year Old Blue Woodlands – Etrian Odyssey – Nintendo DS – Yuzo Koshiro