We showcase some electronica from EA's first-person action platformer, a bit of Celtic pride, and an upbeat piano rendition of an Okami track.
Greetings and salutations, fellow music lovers. Our aural selection for this week's episode is a smattering of classical, orchestra, electronic and funk. It's hard to imagine all of these genres combining together into one cohesive listening experience, but we made it possible.
In other words: Hey! Listen!
Download the latest episode here. We would also like to apologize for the three-week delay due to both technical issues and work obligations. Do keep in mind that Sound Byte Radio is here to stay, though on a sporadic basis.
See you next episode; we've got something special cooked up for the twelfth and last episode for the season.
Music From Today's Show
Atelier Ayesha Original Soundtrack
Song:Invitation Flower ~ Spring
Composer: Kazuki Yanagawa
Buy from CD Japan.
Okami Piano Arrange
Arranger: Mika Maatsura
Buy from Play-Asia.
Fable III Original Soundtrack
Song: Reaver Mansion
Composers: Russell Shaw, Kostas Zarifis, Mark Zarb-Adami
Buy from Sumthing Distribution.
Mirror's Edge Original Videogame Score
Composer: Solar Fields
Buy from iTunes.
The One Ups: Intergalactic Continuum
Song: Robert Plant vs. Rob Zombie
Performers: The One Ups
Buy from official site.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Song: Staff Roll
Composers: Hajime Wakai, Shibo Fujii, Mahito Yokota, Takeshi Hama, Koji Kondo
There should be a tab for this in the main page. Sometimes there are things from four days ago in there, but when something nice like this comes up people end up missing it. It's really a waste.
@AndCarlsen I know what you mean, I had to do a search just to find it again and I just commented on it yesterday. =\
now that i think about it, skyward looks like a mix of windwaker and twilight princess style graphics
@Tacojoint yep.. that was the point of it :D, the perfect balance for the cartoony link, though I still prefer TP's graphic style over any other
Solar Fields - The Shard (Puzzle)