Grimecraft, best known for his Pokémon remix album POKÉP has just released a self-titled EP on Japanese record label Maltine Records. Grimecraft continues to push electronic music forward, bucking trends and creating a sound all his own. You can download the album direct from Maltine at this link, and stream all four tracks below.
We’re always stoked to hear new music from Grimecraft, the trap turned FutureBass producer who’s got a sound all his own. This track takes a turn to the happier side of dance music, with a undeniable fun and danceable take on Secret of Mana’s Color of the Summer Sky. The remix is available for streaming on Soundcloud, and downloads are available for only $1 on Loudr, iTunes and Google Play.
You can listen to more of Grimecraft’s remixes on Soundcloud or follow him at the links below. If you enjoy this remix, be sure to support Grimecraft & GameChops by purchasing a download.
Cutman tells us a bit about his experience with the song:
I wrote this song on my Game Boy while I was visiting in Germany several years ago. I sat in a public park around sunset and something reminded me of the scene from Final Fantasy VII, so I programmed it on my LSDj cart.
I hadn’t recorded the song until recently. Grimecraft and I were Skyping one day, and I had my Gameboy in front of me and was toying around with another idea. I decided to load up my old save file and when he heard it, he asked me to send it to him. I recorded each channel separately, warped it in Ableton, and send him the project file. Over the next few weeks, we put together the single. If you download it from Loudr, you’ll get a recording of the original Gameboy chiptune.