GameChops has released a full-length video game remix album dedicated to chill-out and house mixes of classic NES and SNES titles. Produced by Doni, a Canadian musician living in Taiwan, Button Masher Remastered includes updated and polished versions of his most notable video game tracks from the past decade. The album includes a brilliant remix of Stickerbrush Symphony from Donkey Kong Country 2, along with a tongue-in-cheek remix of Pokemon’s famed Lavender Town Theme, to a progressive re-imagination of Final Fantasy X’s Mt. Gagazet.
From now until the end of the weekend, GameChops and Loudr are teaming up to offer you two incredible bundles of licensed video game remixes. Whatever your style, be it energetic dance music or chilled out electronica, we’ve got you covered.
For just $10 you can get five albums in your style of choice. This is an incredible deal offered only once a year. It’s my way of saying thanks for supporting GameChops and reading this blog all year.
Club Needlemouse ( Sonic the Hedgehog )
VLAD ( Castlevania )
Boss Beats ( Mega Man)
NESteryears ( Nintendo Classics )
Triple Triad: Booster Pack ( Final Fantasy VI, VII, VIII )
KK and Friends ( Animal Crossing )
Ridge Racer Arrange (duh)
Hydrocity ( Sonic the Hedgehog )
Goombette ( Super Mario RPG)
MeowMeow and BowWow ( Zelda: Link’s Awakening )
Bundles are available from now till Sunday, pick ’em up before they’re gone. And remember to share this post to help spread the word!
GameChops is offering 50% off all licensed remixes albums on music.GameChops.com. Use the discount code: thankyou
A couple hours of early, the new GameChops album is released!
Gombette is a collection of tracks inspired by the Super Mario Role Playing game Super Mario RPG, and the Paper Mario series. Five tracks in migrating styles of house, electro, and chillout. It’s certainly a soundtrack for adventuring.
Just who is the Doni character, precisely?
Doni is a Canadian producer who’s music traverses genre lines. Influenced by electro, dubstep and chillout, Doni’s sound continues to evolve with each new production.