Twilight is a groovy future bass remix of Nintendo’s grim Zelda game from 2006, Twilight Princess. NRMN’s Gamechops debut gives the soundtrack a fabulous overhaul with heavy future bass drops, EDM vocals, and beautiful sound design.
EDM powerhouses Pegboard Nerds need no introduction. However, if you’re not familiar, the Danish/Norwegian duo are well known in the scene for being really, really good at producing any genre they want. Perhaps more notable is their signature sound that always includes “aggressive” synths, regardless of the feel of the track. I personally love their music, so naturally when I heard they remixed Luigi’s Mansion– as a reward for raising $30,000 towards breast cancer prevention— I got stupidly excited. I’m gonna strongly suggest that you listen to it right now:
Thanks to writing for VideoGameDJ, I’ve embarked on a personal mission to seek out as many video game remixes and chiptunes as I can, and share them with you. I’m usually interested in examples that aren’t very well-known, but with tens of thousands of followers and a presence on Monstercat, England-based EDM musician Protostar isn’t exactly “underground”. However, when I noticed he’s laid his skilled hands on Sonic the Hedgehog, I decided that I would be remiss if I didn’t share it with you. Seriously, just listen to this Chemical Plant Zone remix! Hot damn!
bLiNd, the composer and video game remixer best known for his breakout full-length video game remix album NESteryears, has finally released a new collection of remixes. The Final Fantasy Legend EP is dedicated to the music from Final Fantasy Legend / SaGa, originally composed by Nobuo Uematsu. The style of this three track EP vary between house, trance, and drum n bass. The mixes are crystal clear and polished, as we’ve come to expect from bLiNd and GameChops. Stream the EP below and download from Loudr.
The Final Fantasy Legend EP is now available for download on Loudr.fm