Josh and Keyglyph from The VGM Jukebox podcast have lost their Haunted Jukebox! The only way to find The Haunted Jukebox? With jazz-club inspired video game music!
They travel from their Overworld and into Rob and Pernell’s listening room! It’s a mystery of Scooby-Doo levels, and a cross-over more awesome than when The Flintstones met The Jetsons!
Enjoy this extra long cross-over episode, complete with mystery, personal stories, and EXCELLENT MUSIC. Continue reading Episode 13-7: The Search for the Haunted Jukebox with The VGM Jukebox!
Let’s talk pinball, man. PIN BALL MAAAAAAANNNN!! Rob and Pernell listen to great music from video games based on pinball games, or using pinball game mechanics! And hoo-boy there are a lot of them! Pinball is a unique game that combines dexterity and physics with electronics. Moving this game into the digital world means you can add moving characters, RPG elements, and even blue sparks! Continue reading Episode 13-2 Pinball Games
t’s time to get serious about the square-wave. So let’s have the talk… COME ON AND SLAM AND WELCOME TO THE JAM! COME ON AND SLAM IF YOU WANT TO JAM! NES! NES!
Rob and Pernell listen to their favorites from the Nintendo Entertainment System! Things get a little silly, and we ask for silly suggestions from Facebook live on the show, get weird with us! Continue reading Episode 12-10 NES Jams!
Arm your Mega Buster and GET EQUIPPED with excellent game music from the Mega Man series! We hit games ranging from NES all the way through to the PlayStation in search of the best and baddest Mega Man tracks there are!
Joining us on this quest is Josh Breeding of the Mega Man inspired rock band The Megas! The Megas cover Mega Man (and more!) music with their own arrangements and inspired lyrics. Going beyond VGM karaoke and giving life and emotion to the Blue Bomber and his robot brothers! Continue reading Episode 12-9 Mega Man with The Megas’ Josh Breeding
Once again Rob and Pernell fly the starship VGM into the Wildcard Nebula, looking for the hottest video game tracks, and it’s tight. Expect slamming heavy metal tunes, killer NES jams, and good friends. Rob talks about his days playing Marvel vs. Capcom 2 back in his arcade days, and Pernell wants to see more exercise-related video games in gyms. The conversation continues, and continues further than usual due to problems with the space-time-continuum in this: The Wildcard Nebula. Continue reading Episode 12-7 The Wildcard Nebula