Greetings and welcome to another live-streamed episode of great video game music and stupid cold-opens! We left the microphones running a little bit longer, and well there you go. Unfiltered Rob and Pernell, from our studio and into your podcast listening device. This episode was live streamed in front of a live Patreon subscriber audience! If you would like access to these streams, where you can chat with us during the show, and make fun of my shirt (stop making fun of my shirt), head over to our Patreon page!
Don’t adjust your podcast! This week on the show we’re joined by VGM experts and podcast veterans Brent and Rob from The Legacy Music Hour! Pernell has double-vision when he sees two Robs! This East-coast-West-coast joint is bound to bring out the competitive nature in your hosts. But instead we find connections, Rob connections, Bob connections, and WILD connections!
We've been cooking all day, and we can't wait for our guests to arrive. This will be a dinner party to remember! And you will! Because this is dinner party HARD MODE. Pick the right appetizer, eat the correct soup. Or there will be horrible (hilarious) consequences! I mean... this week's show is all about music you can play in the background of your next dinner party! Also this week is the return of "Rob's Trivia Time!" Can you guess the game from the Nintendo Power tagline? Let us know how you did!
When we got our first cell phones, the first thing we did was try and get video game music on there! So when your friend calls you up, you hear some nice melodies from Koji Kondo. This episode all about the music we've chosen to be our ringtones over the years. We also hold many victory celebrations for unfortunate life events, and Rob talks way to much about DDR at the beginning. Do you have a favorite video game song or jingle you've used for your phone's ringtone? Let us know!
The sun is shining, the days are longer, and video game music is blooming all around us! We listen to golf games, talk Simpsons, and have an all-around good time! This week's show was recorded live for our Patreon members! If you would like to help support the show too, head over to Patreon page 🙂 https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels
This episode we think about games produced by Capcom, but maybe influenced by other games. Or ports onto other systems with special arranged soundtracks. It's a chaotic Capcom episode! Pernell plays some heavy guitar riffs, and Rob plays some of the smoothest jazz arrangements he can find. There's something for everyone!
Rob likes video games, but he just doesn't play enough! So as a joke in a previous episode, Pernell thought an entire topic can be made of game suggestions for Rob. I swear this is as meta as we'll ever get on the show 🙂 All the music in today's show is designed to get Rob interested in the game, and all the tracks Rob picked are from games that have been on his mind to play soon. I hope we inspire you to try some new games too!
This episode we listen to music from our all time favorite platform games! We are out there, collecting coins and rings, just trying to make it in this podcast world. Pernell mastered the double-jump just to reach the 1-Up, while Rob focused all his energy on the super-sonic-spin-dash, just to run head first into spikes! Also, on a very special episode of Everybody Loves Rayman, we learn that Super Meat Boy is racing to save the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise from a terrible movie.
This week we focus on the games you love, with all tracks chosen by our Patreon members! We include testimonials for each song, and a dramatic reading from the game's original manual! Mostly! Huge thank you to: Stephen Miller, Ok Impala!, Wicked Sephiroth, Chris Murray, Autistic Gamer 89, Chris Steenerson, Cameron Werme, Stephen Miller, and That Nick Walker!
Target approaching! Fantastic music and great friends! This week on the show we look at our favorite SHMUP games! This is a chance to listen to our favorite shooter games without all the explosions and gun fire! Rob plays music that covers his introduction into bullet hell games, and Pernell finds some classic chiptune jams!