Blake Robinson, composer of the delightful Synthetic Orchestra, is set to release a Super Metroid inspired Album on March 19th 2013.
Hot Head Bop isn’t quite so bottom lip blooming but it’s still a track strained with sadness, alongside a delightful spot of funky bass.
From Mario to Tetris, this video from the distant past of 2006 is still as delightful today as ever.
Posted by Villevn, a prolific YouTubber blessed with a visage that bears a striking resemblance to pig named incredi-actor Kevin Bacon, the video won’t fail to raise a smile on the face of anyone that spent hours trying to conquer Konami’s side scrolling 80′s bullet fest.
The almighty Dummeh, who we’ve featured on Monday Morning Music a few times and even spoken to in this interview with the one man Synthetic Orchestra, has started bringing in the Christmas cheer with a musical advent calender. How nice!
Shinesparkers.net, creators of last year’s Harmony of a Hunter album, have released the final preview of Harmony of a Hunter 101% Run …
Brentalfloss is a name that should be familiar to any Nintendo fan. The bald musician’s popular ‘what if this game had lyrics’ …
K.K Slider’s melodies are so good it’s perplexing why there aren’t more fan renditions of them floating around the interwebs, but this metal version of KK Rider will do for now.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra is set to release a second album of video game music on November 6th that includes some noteworthy Nintendo entries in its track list.
Something a little unorthodox this week. While we normally use this spot to highlight an individual fan piece today it’s here to point towards …
Are we all delving into Unova again for another round of creature catching and battling? Yes? Our own James B is currently …
We’re feeling mellow this week. Chilled out. Relaxed. So a bit of coffee jazz (that’s clearly a genre) is exactly what we need.
YouTube user dsCheibli treates us to Kid Icarus’ stage 1-3 music played in three parts on his one guitar. The more you think about that, the smarter it is.
Watch a grown man dress as Kirby and ‘squat-walk’ around San Francisco.
In part two of our exclusive interview with composer Grant ‘Banjo, Perfect Dark, Goldeneye’ Kirkhope we hear about voice acting, the DK Rap, and something about ‘Kirkhoping’…
Blow out those Monday Morning cobwebs with this rather heavy Zelda tribute.
From Metroid to Zelda to Mario Blake Robinson’s unique orchestrations are bold and unashamed. Nintendo Nation tracks him down to find out more about one of game music’s best rising stars.