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Who's that new Destructoid editor?


4:45 PM on 05.08.2014
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Greetings humans

My name is Grimecraft (aka Clarke) and I am the new music editor here at Destructoid. I am a DJ/Producer on Dj CUTMAN's record label GameChops and formerly a super cool artist at Harmonix, Crystal Dynamics, and Insomniac Games. With my videogame music expertise, I will be providing you with the latest tunes to jam to while impatiently waiting for an official announcement from Square-Enix about the remake of Final Fantasy VII (Let's be honest, it could be a while).

In addition to posting new music and running the DTOID Soundcloud, I will also be heading up a new merch line called DTOID FASHION (aka DTF) fueled by YOU, the community. This exciting new brand will even make you some money if your design goes into production! Designs can be submitted here.

So, maybe you recognize me as the DJ from Destructoid's ROBOT party or maybe you have seen me on the internet somewhere - regardless, you can follow me on your interwebz social network of choice:

TWITTER
FACEBOOK
SOUNDCLOUD
INSTAGRAM
BANDCAMP

I leave you with this gift of the best Pokémon album you'll hear on the internet today 






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