JoZu, a sublabel started by Dj CUTMAN focuses on new genres of EDM including happy hardcore, nightcore, and future funk. To get a feel for JoZu’s style, check out Dj CUTMAN’s live set from MAGFest’s Video Game DJ Battle.
The MAGFest Video Game DJ Battle is Dj CUTMAN’s live show mixing game remixes like Undertale with Nightcore and EDM at the greatest video game music festival in the world! These videos are a rare look into the legendary VGM and EDM rave which was started by Dj CUTMAN as an underground party in 2011.
It was brought to the MAGFest main stage in 2013, and instantly became a highlight of the festival lineup each year. Audiences of thousands rock out to a nonstop dance party featuring performances Grimecraft, Dj-Jo, A_Rival, Ben Briggs, and bLiNd.
This playlist includes an electro house set of video game music from James Landino, sound designer and composer for Harmonix, hard-hitting video game remixes from Mykah, a UK DJ and Producer. We have a set from 2ToneDisco producers from LA that make music with sound fonts and other game inspired samples. There is also a set of electro remixes and tracks from YouTuber legend The Living Tombstone.
GameChops teams up with game developer Tinimations and veteran remixer bLiNd for our first OST, the rhythm platformer KLANG out now on steam!
Download the track and then head on over to steam and try the game out for yourself!
“Klang is an innovative take on traditional rhythm games that pushes the genre beyond pressing buttons to tempo into a world of fast-paced exploration, platforming and combat.
In Klang, players assume the role of a tuneblade-wielding, elite rave warrior on a quest to free himself from the shackles of Soundlord Sonus. Become one with the music as you battle your way through increasingly challenging levels, timing every action and attack to audio visual cues.
Set to the music of legendary EDM composer, bLiNd, Klang is an adrenaline rush sure to challenge even the most skilled of multitaskers.”
It seems like everyone we know is playing Overwatch! If you aren’t spending hours a day playing it, then you’ve probably seen your friends play it, read about it on social media, or have seen it all over YouTube. With all of that said, GameChops is excited to present our first Overwatch remix–The World Could Always Use More Heroes by Curly.
Two years ago, GameChops released its monumental Sonic remix compilation album,Spindash. However, one of the tracks on Spindash could not be held to just one album. Dj CUTMAN’s Arabian Skies is back with an updated mix for the Materia collective‘s own Sonic compilation album–Mobius.