Hereâ€™s a really cool video we recently found of Jin’ou Xia and her friend Xinxin Song who play their own adaptation to the Plants vs. Zombies soundtrack at Beijing Concert Hall in China. Using four gu-zheng, Xia and Song cleverly use trills to produce long, macabre sounds to recreate their own interesting version of Laura Shigiharaâ€™s goofy and original compositions. Jin’ou Xia is a recent graduate at the Central Conservatory of Music, one of the foremost music schools in Beijing.
ThaSauce Network is excited to announce a milestone event in our community’s history — the 400th round of One Hour Compo, hosted by starla. Compos (short for “composition competitions”) are competitions for musicians who want to “think outside the box” and challenge themselves. Here’s how it works. One Hour Compo happens every Thursday at 9PM […]
Join Arecibo Radio and host KyleJCrb for a GameFuel special presentation with Grant “Stemage” Henry for the “Where Good Marbles Go To Die” release party taking place on June 2nd at 9 PM EST. Marble Madness highlights seven new tracks featuring various accomplished guests such as Disasterpeace, Kirby Pufocia, and VikingGuitar.
Adam WarRock, one of our favorite hip hop emcees who brings back the ‘cool’ in all things nerd and pop culture, needs your help! We would like to extend his invitation to those who would be interested in sponsoring WarRock’s tour this coming Fall, scheduled to visit major cities on the East Coast including New York, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and much more.
The indie game bundle website Indie Royale releases game bundles every two weeks to help get the word out over games that are worth playing and support developers that are typically passed over in mainstream media. Along with excellent game releases this time around, the All-Charity Lightning Pack features albums every chiptune fan should own, including Jake “virt” Kaufman’s acclaimed FX4, 6955’s IN1ep, and Disasterpeace’s Level.
The indie game bundle website Indie Royale releases game bundles every two weeks to help get the word out over games that are worth playing and support developers that are typically passed over in mainstream media. This time around, Indie Royale has recently released the May Hurray Bundle featuring some of the most brilliantly designed indie releases, along with a great album from the NYC-based chiptune futurists Infinity Shred.