I ran across this post on GamesRadar today, it’s got a killer collection of mega man art including ALL THE ORIGINAL BOSS ART. It’s totally nutso nerd-tarded (and I definitely downloaded everything to my desktop just now.) Are you geeking out yet?
Fans of the Baltimore Club sound beware, DJ Sega has released a full-length mixtape with well over an hour of heart pounding club music primed to test the limits of your speaker system. This mix features 28 blazing tracks @ 135bmp, featuring a myriad of video game samples and original beats all produced and mixed by DJ Sega himself. His new album, New Jack Philly, is available now. Here’s the first track:[audio:segstheme.mp3]
If you don’t know, now ya know.
Sounds From 20XX has been re-re-remastered and now sounds better than ever. I took all my crazy stereo-imaging and multiband compression off that jazz and let the Chips play through the way the artists intended. I don’t know why I was screwin’ with all that stuff (i think because it made it sound hype)
DJ CUTMAN, just released his first mixtape in the new series ChipTuneMusic, a tribute to the artists who create music from old computers and video game systems. The 25 tracks were collected from the online Chiptune communities 8BitCollective.org and 8BitPeoples.com, websites that offer all of their releases for free. The 70 minute “mixtape” takes you on a journey through the undeniably fun and relentlessly danceable sounds of a The ChipTuneMusic World.
You can learn more about DJ CUTMAN at his website, www.DjCUTMAN.com