A special upload today, something to keep us chill ’til Kingdom Hearts III in 2019. It’s Dearly Beloved LoFi Hip Hop remix by Dj CUTMAN!
A note from Cutman:
This is one of my first remixes building up a track entire from scratch, the piano, chiptune, were all programmed by hand and intricately crafted, the bass was played live on my new electric bass guitar and the drums were sequenced step by step. The result is a more delicate and more “open” sounding track than my usual hard hitting “big beat” approach! Hope you enjoy it, please support by visiting my channel or adding this track to your playlists. Enjoy!
Welcome Akosmo with their first track signed to GameChops! This high energy electro / drumstep / chiptune cover of Celeste early level music “First Steps” is amazing! All the excitement and energy of learning to jump, dash, and climb is contained in this stunning EDM remix! Support Akosmo by adding this track to your playlists or buying a download!
Welcome newcomer BASS FOX, also known as DJ Bass Fox 26, with a hard-hitting neo-dubstep remix of Star Fox! It’s been a while since we posted some really ~good~ dubstep, and Bass Fox killed it with this one!
Did you know James Landino in an adept piano player? He’s most known for his hard-hitting electro house remixes of video game music, but for this track he went acoustic, playing piano with a beat produced by Dj CUTMAN. Inspired by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, this serene and atmospheric lofi hip hop track is meant to clam and collect even the weariest adventurer. Support James and Cutman by sharing this track, and adding it to your playlists on Youtube and Spotify. It’s out now worldwide on major music stores.
A funky rendition of Hydrocity from Sonic 3 and Sonic Mania by Faseeh, featuring Joshua Kruszyna on guitar! Keeping true to Sonic’s genesis roots, this remix shows off some funk-tastic FM synth and groovin’ beats.
Nelward is a funky boye, blending styles and influences to create a sound all his own. His jazz training comes through in this remix of Super Mario Odyssey’s New Donk City, done in the style of Bob-omb Battlefield from Mario 64. It harkens back to the era of Super Mario World, with clever references and nods throughout his arrangement. Silly synthwork and vocals cover the track like Super Moons, with slick licks and vocals as the cherry on top.