From the musical genius of Tee Lopes comes “Green Greens”! Pairing rippling piano with warm jazz flavors, it’s the beloved music of Kirby like you’ve never heard it before. 🌟
A Pokemon team-up between Duzzled and GlitchxCity, “Farewell” is the final single before the release of the full-length dance music album DYNAMAXED!
GlitchxCity is known for both her remixes and her live streams, boasting over 300k subscribers on YouTube. “Farewell” originally comes from Pokemon Red/Blue Rescue Team, the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon spinoff.
Tee Lopes brings his superstar talents to the iconic “Hyrule Temple” theme, known by gamers around the globe from both the Legend of Zelda franchise and Super Smash Bros.
Tee takes a delicate and deliberate approach to Hyrule Temple, melody carried by piano, chimes, and flutes supported by a laid-back beat and a grooving bassline.
We’ve got a new Pokemon remix from Duzzled, featuring guitar and production by Helynt! Our next stop is Diamond and Pearl’s “Twinleaf Town,” a future bass bop with playful vibes and fresh electric guitar leads.
“Twinleaf Town” is the second single from Duzzled’s first full-length album, DYNAMAXED. The album is out August 20th, and each friday before release we’re dropping a new single! Twinleaf Town comes from the original Diamond and Pearl installments of the Pokemon series.
Duzzled takes us on a Pokemon adventure! Our journey begins with “Littleroot Town”, an energizing electro-house remix of the classic Pokemon tune.
Duzzled’s take on this beloved theme is decidedly different from the 2002 original. Coming from the Pokemon series’ third generation, Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald, the soft and cheerful starting town’s theme gets a massive reimagining. Featuring pumping beats, electrifying leads, and huge bass house drops, “Littleroot Town” is only the beginning of an unforgettable journey.
Coffee Date returns to the world of Final Fantasy VII with her new remix of Cosmo Canyon! Carried by piano and live violin, it’s a laid-back take on this catchy theme.
Composed by Nobuo Oematsu, “Cosmo Canyon” comes from the hit 1997 RPG, Final Fantasy VII. Coffee Date is the project of producer and composer Evelyn Rose, who writes: “There’s a lot of fun details in Cosmo Canyon. I recorded all of the violin lines, and there’s even a real kalimba and vocals layered in there, too!”