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Ghosting Samples Studio Ghibli Music for New Project

Working with Joe Hisaishi’s classic pieces

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My Brightest Diamond – “I Had Grown Wild” Review

Shara goes French for this bonus EP

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Snesei – “Trinity” Review

Enter a new chiptune challenger

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Son Lux – “Alternate World” Review

Remixing yourself

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DVA

Dva – “NIPOMO” Review

Dva will simply blow open your concept of what music should sound like

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c64audio – “Back in Time II” Review

There are a crew of very fine people collectively called c64audio whom many of them in the 1980’s wrote some stunning songs for the now antique but still very fun to play Commodore 64. However through various albums and inventions they have came back to revive their melodies once again. Learning from “Back In Time”, “Back […]

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The Silver Lake Chorus – “Wreckage” Review

The Silver Lake Chorus take indie tracks and give them the whole vocal chorus revibe! The 27(!) strong chorus are angelically beautiful and have a wide repertoire but their “Wreckage” EP is a good place to start as it gives you both ends of the spectrum. “From The Snow Tipped Hills” is a Bon Iver cover which […]

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Bjork – “Bastards” Review

Bjork’s latest CD release is a remix compilation from the Biophilia album – an album I loved and reviewed earlier in the year. The album’s style varies greatly and as with a lot of remix albums, it really depends if you like certain music styles or not. What I will say is much like Telegraph, […]

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Patrick Wolf – “Sundark and Riverlight” Review

Patrick Wolf’s music career has always been a bit under the radar from most people but he has gained a cult following over the ten years. “Sundark and Riverlight” covers songs over his whole career but each song has been rerecorded stripped back to real instruments – mostly guitar and string based. Disc 1 opens […]

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Melodysheep Remixes Julia Child!!!

Being one of my childhood idols, I’m so glowing to see this on YouTube. Julia Child lives!!! Bon Appetit!

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OverClocked ReMix: “Final Fantasy Random Encounter” Trailer

OCR continue to break new ground as they release their first album covering the original Final Fantasy NES/Famicom titles. Some of the arrangements sound absolutely bonkers as we veer from the usual hard rock to some awesome vocal sample trickery. I love that OCR still manages to surprise as the community expands time and time […]

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Final Fantasy XIII-2 OST Mitsuto Suzuki Balearic Mix

Check out this 40 minute remix of the FF13-2 soundtrack from Mitsuto Suzuki. A fantastic feature – reminds me or Hiroki Kikuta’s Secret of Mana+ but… Balearic!

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Heavy Melody To Contribute to EA’s Shift 2 Soundtrack

Heavy Melody have been busy of late – remixing and recomposing ten tracks from big name bands for the latest soundtrack to come from EA – Shift 2! The sound team which comprises of Dave Fraser, Neil Goldberg and Ari Winters have been mixing bands such as Stone Temple Pilots and The Bravery. You can hear […]

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OverClocked Remix Releases Mega Man ~ The Robot Museum!

OverClocked Remix never ceases to amaze me. Led by Joshua Morse, the latest OCR release is an eight track mixathon from the first eight Mega Man games. What is so great about it is that its a tour de force of genres. Grab it now over at http://museum.ocremix.org. Also OCR are fundraising for Japan and […]

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OverClocked Remix Releases “Pokemon: The Missingno Tracks”

We love all that is OCRemix and this latest release looks like being a ball. My friends called my Jigglypuff at school as I was fat and sung all the time… well I hope that’s why anyway!!! Here’s the trailer for the release:

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OverClocked Remix Released “Heroes Vs Villians” Arrangement

OverClocked Remix never ceases to amaze me with its absolutely stunning arrangements and fantastic community. It’s 22nd arrangment “Heroes Vs Villians” was released today and features 20 tracks from 10 series – each series comprised of one Hero arrangement and one Villianous. The series’ tackled include Monkey Island, God of War, Megaman and Zelda and […]

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Tune-Yards – “Hatari” and “Real Live Flesh” Single Reviews

Tune-Yard’s “Hatari” single has two additional non album tracks which both deserve to be picked up by completists and fans alike! The first b-side is “Hap-B” which is a vocal montage of hollars, chants and train honks. The song moves along at a brisk pace backed with uke guitar and would have easily been good […]

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OverClocked Remix Releases: Final Fantasy 5: The Fabled Warriors ~Wind

The first of 5 albums to do with Final Fantasy V, Wind is a collection of remixes from  DarkeSword, Sixto Sounds, Mutritious, Level 99, Avaris, Another Soundscape, AeroZ and zircon – all household remix names. What’s better – its free! I’m sure donations are accepted but pop over to http://ff5.ocremix.org and discover the fun for […]

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“Music Creation for the PlayStation” Promo CD Review

Back in 1998 a certain game caused a riot on PlayStation called “Music”. Essentially it was the first proper music creation program for a console that you could actually do anything worthwhile listening to and you could spend hours (well I spent years) playing around making your own music. On the day of release free […]

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“Halo Legends OST” Review

Halo Legends, the anime collection from the massively popular game series, has landed a soundtrack of its own and has a generous mix of reconstructed old material that’s been reworked for the animation and a fair smuttering of new material too. The first eleven songs are reworkings of older tracks from the original games. “Ghosts […]

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