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  1. What concerts have you been to, or what bands are on your list that you definitely still have to go see? What concerts are you sad you've missed? I couldn't find a general topic on this, sorry if something like this already exists, then this can be merged of course. I thought of this because I just saw that Rammstein are playing two solo shows in Berlin in July. I am super frustrated cause they are at the top of my list of bands I still have to see, but I already have tickets for ESL Cologne that weekend. WHYYYYYY. They are playing at the Waldbühne which is an amphitheatre and simply an amazing open air venue, been to a concert there before in 2007 so I am really gutted to be missing out on this.
  2. Post a great retro gaming track a day (or longer... but not shorter!) Try and stick to just one per post, both to avoid spam and to make you really pick the cream of the crop. Originals preferred. Hopefully we can all pick up a few new favourites. Starting out with a staple classic:
  3. So, I really like 100 gecs and Mindless Self Indulgence (yeah i know Jimmy Euringer is so sucks), and I want to know some new bands like these artists. Please recomended songs to me, can be playlists or songs
  4. This is out in Early Access now. Despite only having 10 songs currently, and those being heavily hit-or-miss EDM and not owning a VR headset, I think this looks really cool, and impressions are very positive, saying it's a slice of rhythm game heaven - intuitive, satisfying, well balanced, etc. So check it out.
  5. I just wanted to create topic to share these jazz arrangements of the Wii system music. The Mii Channel track has a lovely Brazilian flavour to it. The Wii Shop Theme is played more straight, but it builds well and has a good acoustic guitar solo. If you've ever owned a Wii, these should be very familiar and catchy tunes! Bonus minor key version of the Wii Shop Theme in honour of it's closure.
  6. Hey guys, In case you're interested, because of Covid, the annual Journeys Festival has been moved online this year - these are basically festivals celebrating the art and creativity of Asylum Seekers and Refugees across a whole host of mediums. They're usually held in Leicester (where I am!), Manchester and Portsmouth, but this year everything's being smushed into one big three week long ball of cool stuff online - and it all kicks off later in the month on September 28th. I'm in the middle of scheduling everything on the Leicester City of Sanctuary Facebook page, and I've seen only one event that you'll need to pay to see and even then it's a suggested donation. I figured that there might be some people here who might be interested in this sort of thing so here a link to the main page: - Journeys Festival 2020 There's going to be art, and music and photography and discussions and talks and just loads of really interesting stuff, so you'll probably find something to entertain yourself with - and all from the comfort of your own home. Happy viewing! edited notice - I'm not involved in running this, I'm raising awareness because I think it's important. If you end up buying any of the tickets that actually want to charge you, nothing goes to either me, or the charity I work for.
  7. https://www.destructoid.com/sega-adds-a-ton-of-their-classic-soundtracks-to-spotify-including-sonic-414695.phtml
  8. This is my first question here,I want to know if someone here hears Nirvana or likes grunge culture?
  9. Well, I wrote that letter when I was so sad in my room and thinking about suicide, but I did not do it. Well, it has the lyrics. I'm not an English expert, sorry for something or grammatical errors. Ty. I call that song "why I killed myself" and I made a album cover. art: https://imgur.com/a/VPFKfI8 medicines don't work on me anymore thoughts are surrounding me and I can't see what's outside the cube that I call my home I didn't ask to be alone Voices in my head are telling me to kill myself I'm so scared and I can not scream for help. If I commit suicide, will God forgive me? Will I go to hell? I'm in a spell Voices my mind I'm sick I'm blind Choices all the time I'm sick I'm dying my wrists are so tired and bleeding I don't know why, but I've come feeling anxiety taking over my body and my soul I'm stuck in a hole Voices my mind I'm sick I'm blind Choices all the time I was sick I died.
  10. Launched today (2nd November), fans of classic C64 games should check out this Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1289191009/reformation-c64-track-remakes-by-matt-gray-last-ni Original composer Matt Gray is remixing his classic compositions, including Last Ninja 2, Driller and Dominator. Planned as a 2-CD set initially, stretch goals include the possibility of even more music, a limited edition vinyl and even the chance for Matt to write you an original tune. Already at £19,000 and rising!
  11. There has been a few videogame concerts over the past few years, I try to keep up and attend them if i can but i noticed there was no thread here about them (searched and only found a VGL one) Anyway a new concert I have just been made aware of: A New World: music from FINAL FANTASY Website: http://ffnewworld.com/#welcome London Saturday / 15 Feb / 2014 2pm and 7pm at LSO St. Lukes Tickets on sale 18th Dec 10AM GMT If I spot anymore ill post them here, a good twitter for this is https://twitter.com/ClassicVGMusic
  12. They're asking for 775k, which seems like quite a lot. There's not enough that can convey how excited I am for this. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/harmonix/amplitude
  13. Red Hot Chili Peppers are releasing a new album, and here's their new song "Dark Necessities" I haven't listened to them in a while but I used to love them so much and I'm incredibly happy to have new stuff to look forward to.
  14. please spread the word... invite everyOne to our special braindance barndance! colundi unconvention in north devon, to welcome summer solstice & celebrate launch of clone records 'volume 1'... strictly 120 *advance tickets only* (& artefacts on the night) available. if you know the score, want to reserve your space on the floor, or wish to perform some magic with us, please mail we@colundi.net with the subject line 'solstice', & the names of colleagues attending & ticket price you wish to offer please... sunday june 19: 2pm till 2am... organic food, free camping, permaculture tours etc. performances by Aleksi (listen free https://aleksiperala.bandcamp.com/) & several certified braindance officianados. perhaps a good alternative to glastonbury 2016? maybe pass by Stonehenge on the way home? more details tba here & https://www.facebook.com/events/1150676144963188/ peace PS info re: last event (warmest november day on record) = https://www.facebook.com/events/955033021204819/ JUNE 19th:- End of Deer month Summanus Festival 12:02 Full Moon (cp) <> Saturn <> crescent Moon Venus + Jupiter 23:34 NH-Summer Solstice / Midsummer (Litha). The light of the sun is at the height of its power. 23:35 Sun ge>cn Asatru Alliance Founding Day Pentecost World Humanist Day (21 June) Gervasius and Protasius Juliana Falconieri Romuald Zosimus Sadhu Sundar Singh Eastern Orthodox liturgics Day of the Independent Hungary (Hungary) Feast of Forest (Palawan) Juneteenth (United States) Labour Day (Trinidad and Tobago) Laguna Day (Laguna) Never Again Day (Uruguay) Surigao del Norte Day Surigao del Sur Day World Sickle Cell Day (International) World Sauntering Day runup to UK/EU Referendum 1846 – The first officially recorded, organized baseball game is played 1850 – Princess Louise of the Netherlands marries Crown Prince Karl of Sweden–Norway. 1857 – The 19 June 1857 law. A turning point in the history of the Landes forest. 1862 – The U.S. Congress prohibits slavery in United States territories. 1910 – The first Father's Day is celebrated in Spokane, Washington. 1917 – The solar eclipse of June 19, 1917. 1936 – The solar eclipse of June 19, 1936. 1961 – Kuwait declares independence from the United Kingdom. 1964 – The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is approved 1978 – Garfield, holder of the Guinness World Record for the world's most widely syndicated comic strip, makes its debut. 1990 – The current international law defending indigenous peoples, Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, 1989, is ratified for the first time by Norway. 1990 – The Communist Party of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic is founded in Moscow. 1991 – The Soviet occupation of Hungary ends. 2012 – WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange requested asylum in London's Ecuadorian Embassy for fear of extradition to the US after publication of previously classified documents including footage of civilian killings by the US army.
  15. "Those industry fat cats try to put a price on my music, but it wants to be free." If you've ever played Animal Crossing you probably have a love of KK Slider. And if you don't, just what is wrong with you? Anyway, because the internet is sometimes brilliant somebody has put together the excellent KK Slider Covers Nobody Wanted tumblr, and it is incredible. My personal favourites are the Panic! At The Disco and Toto covers. So good!
  16. Just spits out the game without warning and googling shows that it's common enough that Sony stuck a video on how to solve it. So now it works but is this a one off or am I going to need to sort out a replacement soon?
  17. And

    Sounds of Song

    So, prompted by the kraftwerk documentary thread, there's a really good documentary series on BBC4 at the moment called sounds of song. Friday's 9pm, I think this week is covering synths http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04yk00k Ep1 http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b04y4qpt/sound-of-song-1-the-recording-revolution Ep2 http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b04z23vl/sound-of-song-2-reeling-and-rocking The guy that presents it also did a really good series about sounds of the cinema. Anyway, it's dead good, watch it.
  18. After all the Martin O'Donnell news this last week, I've been going back through OST's and audio files from games while working, and I've naturally been taken back to specific times of my gaming life. Thought it would be great to start an audio thread that is about tracks that are not only timeless, but tracks that represent different moments in gaming, tracks that have captured and inspired full generations of people, and tracks that can be played over and over and over again. We had touched on the idea of 'Define Real Video Game Music' in the Marty thread — here are a few fav tracks of mine that define some of that for me: Sonic 3: Ice Cap Zone Act 1 Absolute repetition that can be played over and over — I remember leaving my cousin's house as a child and wishing I had a Mega Drive instead of my SNES. — Star Fox: Corneria Theme Transported immediately back to playing when younger, but this track for me has always been a big one — I'd added it to a playlist in the studio (amongst other friday dance/electro) and it was never questioned. — Super Mario 3D World: Snow Theme Another ice/snow theme — this is a future classic. I'd say that some of the music on Wii-U games is for me the biggest step up in regards to HD for Nintendo. — Rez Area 5: Adam Freeland, Mind Killer Stunning. Captures everything that is cool about REZ (and that bridge). Had to use a game rip version for playing in the car as the original version doesn't include some of the mix from game. — Animal Crossing: Kapp'n Island Played so much AC with my daughters that this track will always be a reminder of the game and my girls being young. The lyrics Kapp'n spits (gangsta) are silly funny. — Donkey Kong Country: Title Theme Always love how this starts off totally DK Retro, then goes into a full on jungle/electro remix. Still feels new. — Halo 2: Peril One of my fav tracks from the whole Halo series, and pretty unexpected from Marty. I'd really started with Halo multiplayer on 3 — but got so involved with the series (books, merch etc) that I went back through 1 and 2 for single player. This track for me takes me back to that moment of discovering everything about Halo, and not just this single game. — Super Mario 64: Ending Theme (Staff Roll) The instant awe/happy (still never beaten) feeling I got from starting Mario 64 was one thing, but the ending (for me at least) is a moment I'll truly never forget. So many hours and all of them great, the staff roll at the end had me almost crying and gasping for air. Brilliant. — Played through five Zelda games recently so left out anything from the series as my mind is a bit blurred over my fav pieces (although WW audio could have a thread of its own). Would love to hear everybody's gaming memories attached to sounds!
  19. Details My latest brilliant idea for a thread that will sink like a stone is for us to do cover versions of each others' music. This follows on from other award-winning ideas such as the MukMix thread (which, to be fair, did work for one episode before collapsing due to lack of interest a few tracks into the second podcast), the last two reincarnations of rllmukFM (a radio show for a forum that doesn't listen to much radio - great idea), and certain other ventures I won't mention. But this one's a winner - trust me! For ages I've been going to start a thread proposing we do a forum 'tribute' to an album, where we select an album and posters select a track each to do a cover version of. The idea was shamelessly nicked from the Fall forum's pretty decent stab at covering This Nation's Saving Grace (This Forum's Saving Grace, ho ho). But every time the idea pops back into my head the realisation shortly pops back that we'd never agree an album to start off with, let alone get people to do the covers. And also that it's just a crap idea really, and only about two people including me might think otherwise on a bad day and they're at a loose end. So I thought - pointlessly, stupidly - that we could more easily just do some covers of each others' stuff. I know there are quite a few people on the forum who have stuff up on Soundcloud and the like. And I know there are far more who post, or have posted, stuff in threads like Audio Club. And in Off-Topic. And elsewhere. There must easily be enough to fill an album several times over. So, on paper at least, it's viable. It's also a really terrible idea. But it might be a bit of a laugh. There's enough diversity of styles and approaches and tastes for there to be some interesting/funny/piss-taking/brilliant approaches to other people's material to justify the spamming I'm about to do of other threads in a vain attempt to get this off the ground. Even if it only results in a few insults being bandied about, it's probably better than another 'types of poo' or 'what socks do you wear and why?' thread. So fuck you, I'm doing it. Maybe the best way to kick it off is for someone to post a link to a track they've done (as in, like, written, not just humorously changed the lyric to someone else's song), and then someone will come along and say 'gee, there's nothing better I'd like to do than cover that!' And then I'll read that post and make a list at the top of who's covering what by whom, and when there are enough that's that, and we'll set a deadline, and then someone will mix it all, and we'll decide the title and do the artwork (it's becoming exciting now isn't it?), and we'll put it out as an album on Bandcamp or somewhere, and then even though it's free I imagine it'll be so good that we'll all become millionaires due to some lucrative corporate sponsorship and advertising deals. Maybe Hollywood, I'd imagine Tarantino's almost run out of cheesy 60s and 70s chart hits by now and will be sniffing about for his latest film soundtrack. It's not going to work, is it? I haven't really thought it through. I want to cover one of dizogg's though, or maybe one of those heavy metal things, but I dunno if anyone does those. So for fuck's sake start posting something because I've run out of things to say about this now and I'm getting bored again. Cheers. OP link | Track link | Who's bagged it fattakin | 4 tracks available | Gorf (Blood Is Blood) - IN PROGRESS Venice Cull | | AVAILABLE!chris on the moon | lots of tracks available | AVAILABLE! me | anything you like | CotM (Stay) - COMPLETE Also - perhaps this goes without saying, but don't post up your cover version when it's finished! Otherwise the album release will be a bit pointless cos everyone here would have heard all the stuff before it comes out. Just upload the track somewhere and PM me a link I can download from (or just send me the file). Obv you can share it with others too, like the OP if you want, who hopefully will be curious/eager to hear the result. Cheers.
  20. here's a little insight into how we did our beat/keymatched audio in ookibloks
  21. Over in Off-Topic... What are your picks from all the anti-Thatcher (and anti-Thatcherism) songs out there? (Has there every been anyone who has had more negative songs written about them than Margaret Thatcher?)
  22. Rhythm Hunter: HarmoKnight is a rhythm based platformer originally developed for the NDS by Game Freak, but now set for release as a downloadable title for the 3DS . A musical planet known as Harmonia has suddenly come under attack by evil monsters known as Noizoids. It is up to a young boy named Tempo to beat the Noizoids and restore order to Harmonia. Players control a young boy named Tempo as he travels through automatically scrolling levels. The aim of each level is to gather as many notes as possible, either found throughout the level or earned by hitting enemies and objects. These actions correspond with the rhythm of the music. If Tempo is hit by an enemy or obstacle, he will lose a heart, failing the level if he loses all his hearts. Some segments will switch control over to other characters, such as Lila who uses a crossbow and Jinbei who deals with high and low enemies. Levels soon culminate in various boss fights, which require Tempo to repeat actions issued by the enemy. There will also be bonus stages featuring music from other Game Freak titles such as Pokémon. The game was announced during the latest Nintendo Direct presentation; and a playable demo was released on the Japanese eShop shortly afterwards. Official Japanese mini-site : >> http://www.nintendo....aq7j/index.html Official trailer: Full demo video: The game will be released in Japan on September 5, 2012. An international release has yet to be announced.
  23. So, the new PS3 firmware update has added Singstar to the Games section on the XMB. Select it and it installs a new PSN version for free, which enables you to download and play songs you've already downloaded (or ones you now buy) via microphones or even singing at the PS Eye camera. All lovely. And free (bar the cost of buying new songs if you want to, of course). Then I read the blog post on the EU Playstation blog about it. http://blog.eu.plays...e-xmb/#comments It's amazing.
  24. squenix are showing off their on rails demonic rhythm action shooter, Demon`s score at E3, IOS and android. [media=]
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