Tune in as we focus on the works of composer Yoko Shimomura! She has worked in the business since the 80s with such amazing music ranging from Street Fighter II to Kingdom Hearts. Rob and Pernell share tracks from her amazing career, and share stories of old arcades, and mythical animals.
This episode is the first of our monthly Patreon-only live streams! We setup a camera in the studio and allow our Patreon members to watch us record the episode live! It was a blast to do and we can’t wait to do it again next month! 🙂 If you would like to be a part of these exclusives, head over to our Patreon page!
Hard Long (Stages 2 and 9) – The King of Dragons – Arcade – Yoko Shimomura
Majestic Fire – Pop’n Music 13 Carnival – Arcade – Yoko Shimomura
Get into the groove, boy you got to prove, you’re up to-great video game music! This week’s episode is all about music for rhythm games, which sounds like “music for music games”. Which it is! It’s a different kind of episode where Rob and Pernell listen to great songs composed for games where the song is the game. It’s strange, but trust us on this.
They also get a little nostalgic for the glory days of Konami’s rhythm arcade game explosion. But come on, who doesn’t like singing and dancing in arcades? Because we like it. We like it A LOT.