Check out Asis Galvin’s video game beat tape Game Over on Bandcamp. Featuring nineteen instrumentals and a bonus rap song, Game Over features chopped and screwed tunes from games like Super Mario RPG, Mario Kart, and Pokemon.
One of my favorite tracks on the album is a remix of Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game, originally written by Chiptune rock band Anamanaguchi.
The album is tightly produced, dynmatic hiphop fashion, perfect for freestyling over or just some easy listening. At only $5, what’s not to like?
Asis Galvin has also produced a Final Fantasy Remixed album and an Okami Mini-Mixtape. If you’re a fan of any of these games or simply laid back hiphop beats, head over to Bandcamp to support this man!
I’m a big fan of hiphop, and Zelda, as it should come to no surprise for those famailar with some of my projects. Flyrule is a near-masterpiece to me. With MPC Style beat-chopping and a fresh take on the classic soundtrack, beat-maker Shag takes us to a Legend of Zelda we haven’t heard before.
This is a compilation of Zelda beats I’ve made over the past 6 months or so. This game defined my childhood. I spent countless hours surrounding myself in the game and it’s music, so it’s only natural that I pay homage to it in the best way I know how.
Available from Bandcamp at a Name-Your-Price, this album is definitely worth a listen. Check it out in the player below and head over to Bandcamp and support Shag if you like it.