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  • Blog Post: Download Ori And The Blind Forest's Main Menu Music For Free

    Gareth Coker, composer for Ori and the Blind Forest, is offering the game's memorable menu music for free on his personal Soundcloud account. If you've played the game, then you will likely be familiar with the tune. It's the main menu theme, but it permeates the entire game. You can listen... More
  • Blog Post: Grab Ori And The Blind Forest's Soundtrack From iTunes

    Ori and the Blind Forest is a beautiful game with a beautiful soundtrack, and now you can now grab the latter separately. The composer for the game, Gareth Coker has an interesting educational background that sent him all over the world to hone his craft after graduating from Royal Academy of Music in... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Is Your Favorite Song From The Legend Of Zelda Series?

    Last weekend, we ran a poll asking you what game franchise has the best music. While Final Fantasy and Halo racked up a lot of support from our readers, The Legend of Zelda secured nearly 30% of the vote and came away with the victory. Now, we want to take it a step further. Even if you didn't vote... More
  • Blog Post: New Music To Debut In PC Version Of Grand Theft Auto V

    The original score of Grand Theft Auto V has inspired several artists to contribute to a new album that will be debuting in the PC release of the game. Welcome to Los Santos is an album featuring new music from various artists across multiple genres. The album is presented by The Alchemist and Oh No... More
  • Blog Post: In-Game Guitar Straps Will Not Be In Rock Band 4

    As someone who's put countless hours into the Rock Band series, I was excited to learn that Rock Band 4 is indeed in development. I spoke with the game's project manager before the news officially hit to ask a burning question: Now that the series is coming to PS4 and Xbox One, does that mark... More
  • Blog Post: Rock Band 4 Is Coming – Here’s What You Need To Know

    The Rock Band series went dark in April 2013, when Don McLean’s “American Pie” was released as a farewell track. Fans continued to play the music game at parties and with friends and families, but it looked like we’d seen the last of it. In January 2015, Harmonix released new... More
  • Blog Post: Check Your Mail, Because Club Nintendo Smash Bros. Soundtracks Are Arriving

    If you purchased both the Wii U and 3DS versions of Super Smash Bros., we hope you registered them with Club Nintendo. If you did, you’ll be receiving something in the mail soon. The two-disc “Smashing Soundtrack” includes 36 tracks from each of the versions. While game manuals might... More
  • Blog Post: New Final Fantasy Concert Album, Final Symphony, Now Available Digitally

    Today a new live Final Fantasy album composed of songs from Final Fantasy VI, VII, and X has been released. The album, Final Symphony, was composed by the London Symphony Orchestra and has been specifically mastered for iTunes and was also released on other digital storefronts. The recording of the album... More
  • Blog Post: Here's A Sleep-Inducing Lullaby Take On The Original Super Mario Bros. Theme

    From the folks who brought us a collection of lullabies based off of Mega Man tunes , and a broad 8-bit album comes a new lullaby rendition of the original Super Mario Bros. theme. The track comes from Mark Polydoris who has turned creating lullaby takes on video game music into something of a specialty... More
  • Blog Post: Download Dragon Age: Inquisition Tavern Songs And Sheet Music Free

    BioWare is bringing the sounds of Skyhold to you and, if you move quickly, you won’t have to pay a dime. The studio and publisher EA have released 10 tavern songs and their sheet music for download. Tracks include: I Am The One (composed by Inon Zur for Dragon Age: Origins) Once We Were Empress... More
  • Blog Post: A Kazoo Challenger Approaches In This Super Smash Brothers Melee Theme Cover

    When this video arrived in our tip email address, I thought it must be a joke. It’s anything but, and might be my favorite cover of the Super Smash Bros. theme song yet. Kazoo prodigy Tsuko G. has covered the track with a multi-layered chorus of kazoos buzzing and humming. It’s an impressive... More
  • Blog Post: Destiny Soundtrack Gets Injection Of Guitar Metal From Fan

    Destiny has been a controversial game, but one of its least contentious elements is the soundtrack. Composed by Halo veteran Marty O’Donnell, Michael Salvatori, and Beatles legend Paul McCartney, the music underscoring the gameplay is quite good. YouTuber and guitarist Ryan Abundo composed this... More
  • Blog Post: Hear Classical Piano Arrangements Made Up On The Spot From The Last Of Us, Castlevania, And Final Fantasy

    Talented pianist Sonya Belousova continues to churn out impressive piano arrangements of familiar video game themes she's never heard before. Belousova doesn't appear to be much of a gamer, evidenced by her general unfamiliarity with the assorted video games themes she's tasked with playing... More
  • Blog Post: Listen To An Exclusive Final Fantasy Track From Legacy Sessions Studio Album

    It’s always a joy when we can feature great adaptations of popular video game music. The latest is a studio album featuring 12 arrangements from the PlayStation and Nintendo 64 era. Legacy Sessions: GAME Generation 5 features original arrangements by Casey Ormond, Nicole Brady, Tristan Coelho,... More
  • Blog Post: Harmonix Survey Asks What You Want In A New Rock Band Game

    With the recent release of Rock Band DLC for the first time in nearly two years, people are expressing interest in plastic instruments again. In response, Harmonix is circulating a survey inquiring what you’d want in a new Rock Band game. The third and final page of the survey asks about a campaign... More
  • Blog Post: Rock Band 3 DLC returns with Arctic Monkeys, Avenged Sevenfold, and Foo Fighters

    Harmonix announced it will be returning from its extended hiatus this week to releasing new Rock Band 3 downloadable songs from Arctic Monkeys, Avenged Sevenfold, and Foo Fighters. Included in this release are "R U Mine?" from the Arctic Monkey's 2013 release AM , "Shepherd Of Fire"... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. Soundtrack Offer Expiring Soon

    If you own the Wii U and 3DS versions of Super Smash Bros. you can get a free soundtrack CDs, but you need to act fast. Right now, you can get a two SSM soundtrack CDs at Club Nintendo by registering both versions of the game on the site. There are two CDs featuring dozens of tracks from the game. The... More
  • Blog Post: Triforce Films Takes Us For A Ride With Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 A Cappella

    I am never going to get tired of great video game tunes performed as harmonious a cappella. The latest comes from Triforce Films, which is currently working on a month-long tribute to superheroes. Mr. Dooves, Triforce Films' resident a cappella whiz, has arranged and performed three tracks from Marvel... More
  • Blog Post: Classic Nintendo Tunes Played On Traditional Japanese Instruments

    Music from classic Nintendo games has stood the test of time, but you’ve likely not heard it quite like this. Famikoto is an ensemble from Japan that performs video game music on traditional instruments, recently adapting some of the most recognizable tunes in gaming. The group has adapted the... More
  • Blog Post: Devil May Cry Soundbox Available Now, Contains Soundtracks From The First Four Games

    Sumthing Else Music Works announced today that it secured a licensing deal with Capcom to release a collection of Devil May Cry soundtracks known as the Devil May Cry Sound Box. The collection, which is available for purchase now, contains the soundtracks for the first four Devil May Cry games. The collection... More
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