Jimmy “BGC” Hinson & Jake “virt” Kaufman release 2 amazing albums on the same day, leaving video game music fans everywhere beaming at the idea of emptying their wallets for these 2 amazingly talented composers.
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Another triple review from none other than ThaSauce’s own exuberant Mirby, featuring exquisite remixing from the likes of Amphibious, Joshua Morse, and Nario!
After another brief break from the review industry, Taylor Brown returns with a triple review! Read as she reviews three albums that were released earlier this year, back-to-back-to-back. It is highly recommended that you, the reader, obtain these albums before reading this. Or after. Whichever works.
One of OCRemix’s own, renowned remixer Mazedude has just released an amazing pre-order bonus EP in honor of his long-awaited follow up American Pixels.
OverClocked ReMix has just released its 26th arrangement album, NiGHTS: Lucid Dreaming.
OverClocked ReMix has just released a trailer for highly anticipated project NiGHTS: Lucid Dreaming. Check it out here!
It’s another double review, this time all about halc! Well, not all, since other people worked on The Sound of Speed as well, but close. And the day I post this happens to be his birthday, so even better! Read this awesome review of two phenomenal albums!!
OverClocked ReMix today released its 25th arrangement album, Sonic the Hedgehog: The Sound of Speed. This album, directed by video game remixer Drew “halc” Wheeler, includes 13 remixes by 15 talented artists from the original Sonic the Hedgehog game, released in 1991 on the Sega Genesis.
In this review of the recently released PokÃ©mon: The Missingno Tracks, I guide you, the reader, on an audio tour of the album on a track by track basis. If you’ve been keeping up with my articles, then you know the drill. Read on!
On February 28th, OC ReMix publish it’s newest original video game OST: Missile Master, Episode 1: Invasion by OC ReMixer Kunal “ktriton” Majmudar. This mark’s their 4th free video game soundtrack, following the release of the Return All Robots soundtrack by Andrew “zircon” Aversa.