Today sees the release of two new electro-pop/witch-house/epic space-synth albums from The Electric Witch. The one of most interest to old-school video game lovers is NEScapism, a collection of Nintendo covers wrapped up in...
So, how many parallels to LOST can you spot in this Dead Island trailer? Here's what I caught:
1. Eye opening shot
2. Deliberate piano music
3. Three shifting time lines a) In reverse b) Forward c) Flashback
4. On an islan...
Yeah, I know that none of you reading this will be able to make it out to far-flung Duluth, Minnesota just to see my humble band play a show at a hipster pizza joint, but I'm going to shove this in your face anyway. Mostly ...
Hey synthpop fans! I'm going to be interviewing Freezepop very very soon. If you've got a question that's just burning inside of you like a questionable burning sensation that burns, then by all means unleash it upon the comments here.
You might also want to check out my previous Destructoid interview with the band here.
Here are some videos to watch while you think.
As our most sexy and savvy constant readers at Japanator already know, I sort of have a thing for music. As those very same readers may not know, despite being sexy and savvy (and, might I say, of above average intelligence...
On Saturday, April 11th, I found myself shaking hands with on of my heroes, Nobuo Uematsu. The man has written not only some of the best video game music around, but some of the best music ever, period.
I talked to both U...
Chances are good that most of us around here first heard the band Freezepop in some Guitar Band Rock Hero game. Oh maybe you saw my interview with them a while back here on Destructoid.
Well, now's your chance to get your...
The video above is the opening fanfare written by Jonne Valtonen for the forthcoming Symphonic Fantasies concert. Symphonic Fantasies is the new SquareEnix tribute concert arranged by Valtonen and conducted by Arnie Roth, t...
That's the new video for "Phantom Planet" from Beat Crusaders Obviously it's not made 100% in LittleBigPlanet, but they did a good job of emulating the style and breaking it out into the "real world."
You might also know these guys from the opening theme to the Beck anime series, "Hit in the USA":
(via JPop Japan)
This post is a response to Topher's review of Flower. It's also about Anthony and Brad's review as well, but to a lesser extent. This could have just gone into the comments, but it ballooned in size pretty fast. Instead of ...