It’s starting to take much longer until I can finish mixes, especially new ones. It’s rather irritating how I often have to scrap ideas and start anew or something else entirely lately…
In such cases, remakes of older songs are usually a good way to get SOMETHING done, but a lot of times that has also been a difficult task. The same happened with today’s song, Castle Flow. If you know the original from 2010, you must have probably been aboard for a good while now – respect for that!
Needless to say, you can easily hear that it’s from way back. Just getting the sound somewhat right proved rather difficult on its own, but I also wasn’t sure if I should keep going with the rather odd vibe the song has. However, that’s the thing I liked about it to begin with. Either way, you’ll be the judge:
And here’s the video to go along with it:
I’m working on a few different other songs in the meantime, which is one of the reasons that I can’t seem to get much done lately – but I honestly might also be playing too many games…
Rat Trap has been released on YouTube for a while now, but due to unexpected circumstances it took a while to get this post on here. Basically the website was acting up after an update so I wasn’t able to login anymore (I believe this affected others as well?). But I was able to revert to a previous state and it seems to be working just fine again – at least for now, let’s not jinx it~
Back on topic though, Rat Trap is a remix of the Squeak Boss theme from Kirby: Squeak Squad with a little bit of Kirby 64‘s Boss Theme sprinkled on top of it. Let’s have a listen:
And here’s the video (which has already been on YouTube for over a week now, waiting for me to add the download information):
At last we’re back in business, I’d say! There’s a bunch of stuff I have prepared that’s like halfway finished, but…the finishing touches usually take forever, so I don’t want to promise too much~
Oh, and the reverting of the website may have caused some login information to get lost. If you are affected by that, you should be able to register again with the same username and e-mail that you used to register before. I honestly didn’t try it though, so if you are facing any problems, don’t hesitate to use the Contact form – we’ll figure something out!
Hello again and Happy Easter everybody! I might not have a special for this holiday, but you get a “new” song regardless!
Originally made for an animated Pokémon fan series of sorts, Fate Administrator is a mix of Fate of Sixty Years (Touhou 9: Phantasmagoria of Flower View), True Administrator (Touhou 13: Ten Desires) and Miror B. (Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness). Some of you might remember it as Joe Ximer’s Danger Theme (which you probably can still find on the OST page), but wildly enhanced:
The themes are so interwoven that I had to give up highlighting them in the video…
And that’s all I have for now. I’ll see you again in approximately 2 weeks!