Chozo Legacy is a progressive house journey through the sounds made famous by Nintendo’s hit game Super Metroid. Considered by some to be the greatest video game ever made, Super Metroid set a new standard for exploration and adventure games in its time.
Slatunes is a fourteen track mixtape dedicated to Nintendo’s incredibly fun new game Splatoon!
Splatunes is a celebration of Nintendo’s awesomely fun video game SPLATOON! The GameChops “Squid Squad” came together to create this mixtape of remixes and re-imaginations of some of our favorite tracks off of the Splatoon soundtrack.
Arcade Attack! is the first full length album from jazz composer and video game remixer Joshua Morse. Known for his Castlevania remix EP VLAD, Morse combines jazz instrumentation with creative arrangement of some of the most memorable themes from video games.
Spindash is a re-imagination of Sonic the Hedgehog‘s most beloved music.
Produced by Dj CUTMAN, Spindash features 16 video game remixers spanning diverse styles of dance music, includng future bass, dnb, house, trance and even dubstep. Old school fans will recognize themes from Genesis-era favorites like Chemical Plant and Ice Cap Zone. The album also features music from more recent Sonic games, including Sonic Adventure 2 and Sonic Colors.
The Final Fantasy Legend EP is a three track collection of house, trance and drum and bass remixes of the 1989 gameboy game Final Fantasy Legend, featuring compositions by Nobuo Uematsu. Sometimes considered a blacksheep of the series, Final Fantasy Legend boasted powerful music utilizing the gameboy’s robust soundchip and stereo capabilities. bLiNd brings the harmonies and melodies of Mr. Uematsu’s music to the dancefloor with this EP. Both Final Fantasy and dance music fans will appreciate the emotive compositions and driving beats, complimented by polished, shimmery mixes.
Katamari Dance With Me features five remixes of memorable tracks from the Katamari Damacy series, including fan favorites Lonely Rolling Star and Cherry Blossom Color Season. The album features polished production and upbeat Japanese vocals from Vocaloid, the Japanese voice synthesizer best known for creating virtual pop star Hatsune Miku.