During a time of the year when everyone is putting on masks, turning out the lights, and scaring each other silly, we are here for you! This week we listen to Halloween-themed music suggested from our Patreon members! Our music picks this week come from: Bobby Aarsen, Electricboogaloo, WickedSephiroth, Souless009, David Smith, Daniel Laughton, Henrik Anderson, and OK Imapala!
Framed for a crime we're 99% sure they didn't commit, Rob and Pernell listen to music on the run. Looking for their arch-nemesis, the criminal that set the police on their trail. And their enemies in their path.
Dark clouds are looming over this podcast, something's happening. Something great and terrible! On this week's episode we listen to moody and suspenseful music, perfect to ramp-up the tension on an otherwise fun and friendly podcast. But of course we can't hold it in, and this episode features more singing and silliness than ever! To help us out this week we're joined by game composer Erik Desiderio (Anshar Online, Diablo III: Rise of the Necromancer, Adventure Time VR) Erik is an award-winnner composer for film, TV, and of course, video games!
We leave the comfy confines of episode topics and dive head-first into the dangerous waters of video game recommendations! Rob suggests that games that weren't as bad as you might remember, and Pernell talks about forgotten favorites. It's an eclectic episode with a surprising amount of Nintendo DS music!
You're training hard, but there isn't enough time to show everyone? That's when you need a montage! We're talking tough-hard-hitting music for boxers to work out to. But we're also talking about fun, harmonica-filled jams for the end of a 90s sitcom. Like Family Matters. What if that actually was Carl Winslow helping out Bruce Willis in Die Hard?
This week you get a very excited discussion about golf games, from a very sleepy Rob and very excited Pernell. Golf game music is chill, jazzy, cheesy, so many good things! They also discuss the merits of VR, and the musical genius of Arnold Palmer. And I for one welcome our robot golfing overlords...