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.
Last night a DJ saved my life with a 1-up! Our next two episodes will “club music” focused, with this episode being dance music. We’re talking four-to-the-floor beats, massive sub-woofers, and all the glow-sticks you can eat! We also talk about dancing at weddings (which we love to do) and fall in love with Yuzo Koshiro all over again.
This week’s topic is listener suggested, because “sad robots” sounds cool. Robots have such a hard time in video games. Often they’re tortured, and forced to fight their family, even their own creators.
Get together a group of your closest friends, put on your bright-colored spandex suits, and IT’S SUPER SENTAI TIME! We explore the mega-pumped-up music of the classic Japanese kids show that inspired the American after-school kid’s shows. Well, we actually go all over the place on this one, but all the tracks are excellent guaranteed!
How do we find such great video game tracks? Is it the luck of the draw? Is it lady-luck? I think it’s Pernell’s suave and sexy voice that calls out to great music like a siren song.
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
Rob and Pernell are back together in the studio, and ready to rock this podcast! This week’s topic is “Memories”, meaning anything that triggers specific memories for us, personal or gaming related. So this one gets a little heavy on the nostalgia. Pernell gets nostalgic for the old east coast Bemani scene, and Rob gets nostalgic for old audio formats.
Boo! It’s that time of the year to thinking about spooky-scary things. Things like ghosts and goblins, draculas, wolfmen, and mad-mad-mad-mad-scientists! Let Rob and Pernell be your guides into the haunted house of video game music! Happy Halloween everyone!
Internet! Are you ready to ROCK! What started as an episode of great guitar riffs, turned into general rock music found in video games. As usual Rob digs into the classic 8 and 16 bit generations, and Pernell shares some of his favorite Falcom Sound Team tunes. Let’s jam!
You did it! This is your time, this is all for you. This is your video game music victory. We listen to great music composed for celebratory sections of games. Not necessarily RPGs, but any game where you have become victorious.
We’re joined this week again by our good friend Matt Waldron of Pernell and Matt Play Games! He brings some great tunes, and some great discussion. He’s a great guy! Check our his show on Youtube!
Rob and Pernell choose great video game music RNG style this week, but not really. This week it’s all about picking those tracks that just haven’t fit in other topics. These are the tracks they’ve been sitting on, waiting for them to hatch into the perfect podcast. This is that podcast! Also there’s a huge tangent about Back To The Future 2 for some reason, so look out for that 🙂
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.
Rob and Pernell are here to MELT YOUR FACES OFF! But they have to act quickly before they themselves melt into a puddle of video-game-music-goo. This summer we continue celebrating the changing of seasons with music for fire levels! We’re talking all things lava pits, flame throwers, and fire type Pokemon. Also, the air conditioning broke just before recording this episode, so enjoy it while it’s HOT!
What a horrible night to have a curse-of great video game music! The newly adpoted Belmont-brothers are here to listen to some classic Castlevania tracks! There are so many songs to choose from, they’re harder to avoid than those Medusa heads.
So grab your holy water and your headphones, it’s time to whip it!
Looking for the track list? Check out the website! http://rhythmandpixels.com
Rabbit season! Duck season! Video game music season. Rob and Pernell dig into some great tunes from games about Looney Tunes! Pernell does some calisthenics, and Rob can’t stop talking about the amazing music of Alberto Jose “get-up-and-jam” Gonzalez.
Seriously though, don’t sleep on this one, there rae some amazing musical gems covered in this week’s episode.
Want the full track list? Check out the website! http://rhythmandpixels.com
Rhu-rhu-rhu-Rhythm and Pixels rescue rangers! This episode Rob and Pernell don’t just listen to Disney games, it’s Capcom only Disney games! That makes this episode an extra special, extra retro jam fest!
Listen in on the Rhythm and Pixels brothers as they shake their groove things and beat-box their way through some seriously great Capcom tunes.
Full track listing? check out the website! http://rhythmandpixels.com
Rob and Pernell hit the ice, run on the field, and serve up some great video game music this week. Pernell hits a slam dunk with music from a golf game, and Rob does a hat-trick with some great music from a golf game! All of these tracks are a straight-up-groove, and Pernell can’t contain the funk any longer.
Full tracklisting can be found at our website! http://rhythmandpixels.com
Sometimes you float, sometimes you swim, but usually you just die instantly! This week on the podcast we listen to great music used in video game water levels. Our selections range from chill to heavy rock, but still all sound watery!
Grab your swimsuit and goggles, the Rhythm and Pixels are going into the VGM deep end!
Round 2-1 Splashdown! – Ristar – Genesis – Tomoko Sasaki
Seaside Theme – Dragons Curse – Turbografx 16 – Shinichi Sakamoto
Save the Dam! – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – NES – Keizo Nakamura
Swimming Against The Stream – Rayman Origins – Xbox 360 – Christophe Heral
Aquatic Ambiance – Donkey Kong Country – SNES – David Wise
Dive Man – Mega Man 4 – NES – Kouji Murata
Promise of Redemption – The Megas
Hydrocity Zone Remix – Plasma3Music
Koopa Beach – Super Mario Kart – SNES – Soya Oka