Undertale

GameChops artists have put out a number of free and licensed Undertale Remixes! Below is a YouTube playlist where you can hear them all.

You can use the YouTube Cards  in upper right corner of the video to download the tracks on iTunes, Google Play, and other stores.  You can also stream these Undertale Remixes on Spotify.

Super BREAKS Bros

It’s a Super Smash Bros mega mix by Dj CUTMAN! This track features ten remixes from the Smash Bros Melee soundtrack, all in a fun BREAKS style! Tracks include Yoshi’s Island, Corneria (Starfox), Green Greens (Kirby), Hyrule Temple (Zelda), Pokémon Stadium, Kong Jungle (Donkey Kong) Rainbow Cruise (Mario 64), Balloon Fight, Fire Emblem and the main menu theme.

Download Super BREAKS Bros! from Bandcamp

Mykah | BASStion

Spending months in the studio, studying and tweaking, Mykah builds off his original Scumbag Alley remix to create this Bastion-inspired collection of remixes. With artwork, mixing, and mastering all complete by Mykah himself, this is his hardest-hitting project yet.

“Bastion is one of the best indie games I have played in recent years and the unique narration provided by Logan Cunningham and sublime soundtrack by Darren Korb were just begging to be combined in a remix album. I set out to create new versions of the tracks I could use in my DJ sets and create a new twist on the originals for fans of electronic music and videogames everywhere.” – Mykah

Download from Mykah

Grimecraft | POKÉP

Grimecraft teams up with GameChops to deliver the most bass-tastic Pokémon remix collection that ever was. Originally planned as a solo EP by Grimecraft, once the other video game remixers got wind of POKEP, the album turned into a full-blown VGM mixtape. Featured artists include Dj CUTMAN, James Landino, ABSRDST and Kevin Villecco in collabs, remixes, and original productions Pokemon music.

Download from Bandcamp

Sammus + Dj CUTMAN | Nerdcore Instrumentals

A note from Dj CUTMAN: The concept of Nerdcore Instrumentals is a way for me as an audio engineer to give back to the Nerdcore community. I’ve always loved hiphop music. I thought it would be a cool experiment to use some of the mastering techniques I usually reserve for dance music on hiphop instrumentals. I think the results are powerful. Use these beats as freestyle tools, mix into a DJ set, or just kick back and enjoy. Much praise to Sammus for originally making these beats and giving me the opportunity to go mad scientist on them >B]

Download from Bandcamp