Tonight I featured some new music by a bunch of cool artists! First up we had Disasterpeace with his soundtrack for the new highly-acclaimed horror film “It Follows,” and then two tracks off of cetera’s new Ramyn King EP, “Fancy Ramyn.” I also featured the incredible Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Remix EP, featuring of course M.O.O.N., Scattle, and Carpenter Brut. I also sprinkled through the playlist some Street Fever, of whom I just discovered their dark cyberpunk beats recently, as well as changing things up with a few songs from the Big O OST, which I think because of the amazing opening title theme, the rest of the soundtrack needed some love too. Read on for the full playlist:
Nitro Game Injection #262: Ethnics In Game Journalism (Monarchy Release Listening Party ft. WillRock)
Radio OverCoat 2015-01-04: A Continuous Mix of cYsmix Remixes Called Continuous Mix But Really Should've Been Called Continuous cYsmix
We can’t all be DJ Cutman, but I did my damndest! Tonight’s playlist was all about the demoscene, modscene, and chiptunes. Other than that first song of course, but I just had to get it out of my system! Read on for the full playlist:
Tonight features several tracks from iamamiwhoami’s new album Blue, which you can get on DVD with a nice book! I recommend checking out their vinyl of Blue – it’s clear! I also featured a song tonight from Jaden Smith himself produced by Ta-ku. There’s also those DJ Sona tracks, which are a free DL from Riot that you can grab here. Read on for the full playlist:
Tonight I played some brand new music from Sabrepulse’s new album Paragon, which you can download here! A very satisfying dance album featuring all sorts of styles of dance tracks. In honor of me impulse buying Majora’s Mask for the 3DS today I was also in a Zelda mood, so I played all the Majora’s Mask tracks from the amazing The Legend of Zelda album by Cory Johnson. Started the show off with something from his Earthbound album that he released last year as well. There were also some tracks featured from 25YEARLEGEND, the OC ReMix 25th Anniversary Tribute to Zelda. Read on for the full playlist!
This week I featured a new album by WK9, “Product of Our Times!” It’s PWYW and was just released late last month. It’s an interesting mix of industrial, hardcore, trance, and even a little drum & bass in there. I play the album in full on my show, which is the first hour. In the second, I play some of the stuff that’s been released on Soundcloud in the past few weeks, plus some tracks from ErichWK’s new VGM arrangement album “Alberto Fucking González” which is another free one you should definitely check out if you’re into Asterix. Read on for tonight’s full playlist:
I’m pretty proud of tonight’s playlist! I managed to find a pretty varied selection of great new tunes from Sammus, kfaraday, fearofdark, and more. Additionally I played a few Mega Ran tunes, having finally seen him perform live last Wednesday! I also did an extra long show to make up for the short one last week. Read on for the full playlist:
Not much to say about this episode! It’s a shorter one, since I was quite sick at the time of the broadcast. I’ll be back next week with a proper show! Be sure to pick up Marshall Art’s debut album plus the January Dwelling of Duels entries! There’s some AMAZING stuff this month! Read on for the full playlist:
Tonight I am very excited to say that I won’t be able to do a show next week. Why am I excited? Because I’ll be busy attending MAGFest, the Music and Gaming Festival, in National Harbor, MD. Tonight’s playlist was comprised entirely of musical acts that will be playing throughout the weekend. Read on for the full playlist and get hyped!
NGI spotlights Monarchy, an original 80’s metal EP from WillRock!
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So that’s what we’re calling it now? Tonight I featured a lot of that, like Flume, Lido, Eero Johannes, and more! I’ve also started collecting the myriad Comiket 87 releases, like the new Hatsunetsumiko’s, NanoSounds/SuperSweep, Diverse System, DDBY, Unitone, and others. A nice sprinkling of Touhou arrangements this week, which I haven’t done in quite some time. Read on for the full playlist!