We’ll hear the new album from norwegian chiptune musician Kubbi. Music from Keiji Yamagishi (Brave Wave) from Japan, he is the composer from many classic Nintendo soundtracks, like Ninja Gaiden and Tecmo Bowl. We’ll also head to Orlando, Flordia to hear Kawaii 8bit’s Play It Loud: Year One compilation.
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- - TRACKLIST - -
Kubbi - Ember
Kubbi - Compass
Kubbi - Cascade
Keiji Yamagishi - Kaleidoscope (feat. Manami Matsumae)
Keiji Yamagishi - First Contact
Keiji Yamagishi - Bounty Hunter
Keiji Yamagishi - Drifting Love
Keiji Yamagishi - Starfish Cluster
Kubbi - Firelight
Melt Channel - Skater Into Starman
Astroskeleton - Riptides
Boy Without Batteries - And The Winner Is...
Masikus - Villainous Tendencies
Auxcide - andromeda I
Kommisar - Mercury
Starship Amazing - 20XX UNLOCK NEW FORMS
Zantilla - Star Bride
- - MUSIC LINKS - -
ORIGINAL TRACK BY KUBBI. GO LISTEN TO THAT HERE: https://soundcloud.com/kubbi/compass
I love Ember. I love every part of it. This remix of track five of Ember, "Compass", was named Luna after our moon. Check out Ember, seriously. It's the best. More of this description is gonna be praising kubbi than actually describing the song. Kubbi inspires me endlessly~
This takes the original track (which itself is a remix of "Something New", also by Kubbi (which is also awesome)) and brings it back to its space-faring feeling. Using track stems and some of my own synth, I cooked up this thing, and it makes me really happy. I hope you like it! (also check out kubbi please
Celeste is a mashup/remix of Kubbi's songs Cascade and Compass from his 2015 release, Ember, infused with a poem written by Amaxon. The vocals were recorded by Nicole Nelson, and I thank all three of them for coming together to help create this dream.
~ The original title of the poem is "It Did Not Start Here" ~
If you look to sun,
You will not find it.
It is not on the moon.
It is not engraved in the sleepy asteroids.
The comets fly by in too far a hurry to hear your concern.
Do not look to space dust.
The black voids do not cooperate.
Rather, count the stars.
Number each one.
Connect the dots.
Form constellations of infinite paths.
And let each picture form a memory.
For every memory -- a dream.
Let each line represent a connection from me to you.
Let each line be an endless tie in both directions.
Because this never began.
This was forever and will be always.
Welcome to the dialogue choice podcast where arguments build bridges! No drama, no harassment, and no disrespect for anyone's differing point of view.
Music featured composed by: Kubbi
Buy the album here: https://kubbi.bandcamp.com/album/ember
Dialogue Choice is a new podcast that aims to share different view points on the current topics in the game industry. The topics range from design philosophies to current affairs in the media and on message boards. The podcast's goal is to present different voices and opinions evenhandedly, so that we all can build a better, more empathetic understanding of everyone in the gaming community.
This week, Rush and HRH have a nice long chat about Breath of the Wild's most discussed aspects. The topics include weapon durability, frame rate, and the general design philosophies in modern open world games.
Originally aired: 18 March 2017, on Twitch. See the live shows over at https://www.twitch.tv/hrhsan.
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Music intro by Kubbi:
Kubbi – Kubbi-ember