It’s 2016 but I still find Boy’s Club funny, so sue me. This week I got a lot of great requests though! Good way to discover new music. Also, thanks to coobie, I have a physical copy of ORANGE★JAM‘s new cd Behind Glass, and it’s really good, so I played 2 tracks from it, and will probably play more next week 😀 Read on for the full playlist:
On this week’s show (episode 176), hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight discuss the latest GamePolitics poll (“Should tattoo artists be paid for their tattoos showing up in movies/games?” – 20:15 mark), the story of the UK gamer who had to destroy his Fallout 4 LPs to get a full refund (33:48), the Fire Emblem petting game being removed from the US/European release (40:36), the Bravely Default Tomahawk class getting changed to Cowboy (52:43), and The Fine Brothers rescinding their “React” trademarks and abandoning their plans for world domination through licensing (1:01:40). Continue reading ‘Super Podcast Action Committee Episode 176 – Face Poking Fun!’ »
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Big news! There’s still some super limited edition tapes left on the Bandcamp page for Chromelodeon’s The Final Recordings, you best pick one up before they’re gone! Also, go check out the band Satellite Young’s Bandcamp as well! Hope you have enough yen. Read on for the full playlist:
With the closing of the BumbleKing Forums, Ian and Kyle tackled a slew of questions exclusively from its users. An hour later, they’re STILL tackling them!
Tonight’s show continued something interesting from last week – a “then & now” segment that I feel is an interesting view into the evolution of skill and/or style. This week instead of a particular theme I decided to pick on Shibayan, and showcase how his major EDM releases have stylistically changed from Assortment of Sense up to Adrastea. I didn’t have enough time in the playlist to get into his bossa nova unfortunately. Still, a fun little excercise that I hope you all enjoy. Read on for the full playlist:
On this episode, Kyle’s equipment malfunctions and Patreon once again helps choose a theme! The Source Tune of the Week also returns with music from Robocop!
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On this week’s show (episode 175), hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight discuss the latest GamePolitics poll (“Has E3 lost its luster?” – 28:05 mark), Sony’s “Let’s Play” trademark getting rejected a second time (46:12), and GOG.com introducing its own version of Steam Early Access called “Game In Development” (55:18). Continue reading ‘Super Podcast Action Committee – Episode 175’ »
Is that really what he says? Read on for the full playlist:
A special episode today! I haven’t done an interview in a while. This time, I sit down with orz (kagewaka.tumblr.com) and Roukanken (rou-kan-ken.tumblr.com) who together made a short and cute visual novel called Deep Sea Dating. It’s a short story about Wakasagihime (a mermaid) who takes her girlfriend Kagerou (a werewolf) on a date under a lake. It’s available for free on Rou’s itch.io site. I also featured some songs from the very first (documented) Touhou arrangement album, Stardust Reverie, which is a pretty interesting window into what doujin music was like back then, where it didn’t really sound that much better than the originals, whereas 13 years later you have full orchestras recording the same music. Speaking of doujin, today’s BGM was from Rabi-Ribi, which will be out on Steam this week, which I think you’ll enjoy if you like Touhou. Read on for the full playlist: