Trap producer CG5’s debut release is Alola, a five track Pokemon remix EP that explores music from across the series. This track is a remix of Snowpoint City from “Pokemon Diamond & Pearl” with artist Nenorama, get the album today!
Elite Four is a remix from “Pokemon Sun & Moon” featuring The Great Dolvondo.
CG5 is solo on this trap banger remix of Team Rocket’s hideout theme from “Pokemon Red / Blue.”
Littleroot, features bass music producer Grimecraft. This track is a remix of Littleroot Town theme from Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire.
1) Snowpoint City (From “Pokemon Diamond & Pearl”) 2:48
2) Littleroot Town (feat. Grimecraft) [From “Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire”] 3:48
3) Team Skull (From “Pokemon Sun & Moon”) 2:55
4) Team Rocket (From “Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen”) 2:39
5) Elite Four (From “Pokemon Sun & Moon”) 2:16
Artwork by DaJeroen
Album Design by Cindy LaBreacht
Mastered by Dj CUTMAN
Happy Halloween from GameChops! To celebrate we’ve released an 8 track compilation album including remixes from Grimecraft, James Landino, and ARival, just to name a few. This EP includes remixes of Castlevania, Street Fighter, and Final Fantasy that were previously unreleased!
There are some dark, hard tunes on this one from some of your favorite GameChops producers! A great Halloween playlist for a party or deep, dark DJ set.
This EP includes ARival: Juri (Street Fighter), CG5: Watch Your Six (Five Nights at Freddy’s), Arcien: The Moon (Ducktales), Cement City: Tetris, Chjolo: Tonberry Takeout (Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles), James Landino: Lavender Town (Pokemon), Mykah: Out of Time (Castlevania), and Grimecraft’s One Wing Angel.
There are very few artists whose songs can make one simultaneously excited, alert, relaxed and contemplative but Infinity Shred has a way of hitting all those feelings in almost every note. You may know them better as the former members of Starscream, but 2012’s “EP001” and 2013’s full length “Sanctuary” highlighted the start a new era with a new name for these chiptune innovators.
With the just-released incredibly impressive “Long Distance” album, we see the band has jettisoned most of their lo-fi chiptune influences but still strongly adheres to their retro-futuristic cyberpunk post rock vibe. Sanctuary established the bands epic sound; purposefully repetitive melodies that borough into your brain via lilting smooth retro synth tones, backed by slowly building shoegazy/post-rock guitars, pads and powerful drumming. The formula gets some excellent new elements this time around. Read on for the full review.