It's been a long week, so we hit the freestyle button and listen to game tunes with no topic restrictions.
Okay, where did I put that password. Is it in the back of the game's manual? Is it on a post-it note stuck to my Gameboy? Oh there it is, of course! I had it tattooed on Pernell so I would never lose it!
This is a nice relaxing episode, one with nothing to worry about. There are no mistakes, only happy VGM accidents. Joining us on the show is Matt Waldron from the Youtube channel Pernell and Matt Play Games! He brings some excellent Splatoon tunes, and great stories about playing Kirby with his daughter.
Rob and Pernell throw out their comfortable themed podcast format, and dive into the dangerous world of zero-theme for a second time. But this time, it's personal.
You thought you could have it all. You bet it all, went all in. AND NOW YOU'RE BUSTED! This week on the show, it's music themes from games where you are flat broke! Or just flattened, or something like that. Rob had a really hard time with this one haha! Enjoy the show!
Ah February, a time for romance and freezing your butt-off. This week on the show, Rob plays beautiful romantic songs from the Super Nintendo/Famicom. And on the other side of things, Pernell plays tragic and sad tracks to bring us all back to reality
Welcome to our 50th episode! We have an absolute treat for you this week, we've got special guest Aethernaut joining us to listen and comment on great game music. He helped us out by choosing the topic: Music with emotional gravity.
Roll some dice, flip some cards, and ruin your relationships! That's what board games is all about. This week we focus on board games in video game form. They could be video game versions of existing board games, or video games designed as board games. Pernell gets nostalgic with some Top Shop action, and Rob picks all Japanese Super Famicom tracks. They both can't stop dancing to the Mega Ran track at the end. Enjoy!
This week Rob and Pernell pick tracks that would be great for your yoga class, spa weekend, or after-work decompression. We're looking at anything that's relaxing, atmospheric, and ambient. Please listen responsibly.
Let us tell you a tale, a tale of a fantastic video game music composer and his love of progressive rock. This week on the show Rob and Pernell focus on a single composer, Motoi Sakuraba! We play tracks spanning nearly 2 decades of his VGM history. What else can we say other than: It's go time! Check out the website: http://rhythmandpixels.com