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Episode 92 – Nicole Marie T Composer Interview

Episode 92 – Nicole Marie T Composer Interview

Indie composers of video games are leading the way with their creativity, ingenuity and hunger to create the next wave of classics. One such composer is Nicole Marie T, who we had the pleasure of interviewing. From her love and appreciation of Sega to her evolution into a Sony fan, Nicole’s video game upbringing shines through her music as she churns out tons of tunes that we showcased in this interview. From hearing about her reaction to seeing her name in the credits of her first game to her excitement over orchestral tunes, you’ll get to hear a prime example of the next generation of VGM composers in this very episode. Justin and Mike are stoked for you to hear the sounds of Ghoulboy, Robozarro and beyond in this composer interview!
What did you think of Nicole’s tunes?
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TRACK LISTING:

Intro -Ghoulboy: Dark Sword of Goblin (SWI/Steam/PS4/XBONE/Mobile/IOS/VITA – 2017) “Song 1”
1 – Robozarro (SWI/Steam/PS4/XBONE – 2019) “Processing Plant (Main Boss)”
2 – Robozarro (SWI/Steam/PS4/XBONE – 2019) “Construction Area (Mini Boss)”
3 – Mina and Michi (SWI/Steam/PS4/XBONE – 2020) “Juliano Song 3”
4 – Mina and Michi (SWI/Steam/PS4/XBONE – 2020) “Song 5”
5 – Ghoulboy: Dark Sword of Goblin (SWI/Steam/PS4/XBONE/Mobile/IOS/VITA – 2017) “Song 5”
6 – Ghoulboy: Dark Sword of Goblin (SWI/Steam/PS4/XBONE/Mobile/IOS/VITA – 2017) “Song 10”
7 – Ghoulboy: Dark Sword of Goblin (SWI/Steam/PS4/XBONE/Mobile/IOS/Vita – 2017) “Song 2”
8 -Nevergrind Online (SWI/Steam/PS4/XBONE, 2022 ) “Boss Theme”
9 -Nevergrind Online (SWI/Steam/PS4/XBONE, 2022 ) “Combat Theme 1”
10 – Around the Clock at Bikini Bottom (PC – 2021) “Doodle Patrick Boss Theme

Episode 82 – An Evening with Barry Leitch

Episode 82 – An Evening with Barry Leitch

Barry Leitch is mostly known for his compositions on the Top Gear racing game series, and more recently, Horizon Chase Turbo. But if you dive deep enough, you’ll uncover a wealth of video game music magic from a man who was inspired by the greats of the C64 era. Starting out as a teenager, his earlier creations aren’t as fondly remembered by the composer himself but the journey to how they became what they were is the path that we have taken on this interview. In this episode, Barry tells us all about working with the limitations of retro systems, the time a tiny TV made a massively negative impact on his Utopia SNES port and what it was like to cram big samples into tiny audio chips. He chats about what it was like working with other notable composer Dean Evans and the process he goes through to write music. Mike shares some ridiculous nostalgic memories regarding Gauntlet Legends, Justin shares a tale about his Rush 2 N64 experience and more on this in-depth interview with VGM Legendary composer, Barry Leitch!
What was your favorite track of the episode? What did you think of our interview with Barry?  Shoot us an email at XVGMRadio@gmail.com or join in on the discussion at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/XVGMradio
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TRACK LISTING:

Intro – Xenophobe (AMI – 1989) “Title Screen”
1- Bonnie’s Bookstore (PC/MAC – 2005) “The Moody Thinker (Level 1)”
2 – Utopia: The Creation Of A Nation (AMI/AST – 1991) “In-Game Music 2 (Vega III)”
3 – Gauntlet Legends (N64 – 1999) “Sumner’s Tower” composed by John Paul
4 – Prophecy:Viking Child (AMI/AST/Lynx/GB/DOS – 1991) “Level 9 – Valhalla”
5 – Spider: The Video Game (PS1 – 1996) “Display Cases Dinosaur Bones”
6 – Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu (GBA – 2003) “Bane”
7 – Harlequin (AMI/AST – 1992) “In Game 3”
8 – Rush 2: Extreme Racing USA (N64 – 1998) “Title”
9 – Eek! The Cat (SNES – 1994) “The Zoo” w/ Dean Evans
10 – Gadget Twins (GEN – 1992) “Level 3 – The Lost City”

Episode 51 – Yooka-Laylee Back to the Fluture

Episode 51 – Yooka-Laylee Back to the Fluture

When Playtonic Games set out to develop a new 3D Action Platformer in the vein of Donkey Kong Country and Banjo Kazooie, they went back to the original composers who made those games sound so fantastic: David Wise (DKC) and Grant Kirkhope (BK.) But how did those games influence the sound with this new franchise that’s been born out of a love and labor of the 64 bit era? Today on XVGM Radio, we’re lucky to have both David Wise AND Returning guest/Composer Grant Kirkhope on the show to talk about the musical evolution from Donkey Kong, to Banjo-Kazooie, and finally, how those two influenced Yooka Laylee and Yooka Laylee & The Impossible Lair. From Mike trying to make sense of musical genres (and trying not to fanboy too much), to David and Grant uncovering some information about Grant’s hiring process that they’d never known, to Justin sharing his fascination with Wild West VGM, get ready to collect DK Coins, Bananas, Jiggies, and Pagies on this star-studded interview from XVGM Radio!
HUGE thank you to Materia Collective and Jayson from Scarlet Moon Productions for helping with setup for the interviews. You can get the high quality soundtracks to both Yooka Laylee games on Materia Collective’s pages here:
https://www.materiacollective.com/music/yooka-laylee-original-game-soundtrack
https://www.materiacollective.com/music/yooka-laylee-and-the-impossible-lair-original-game-soundtrack
Check out David and Grant at their respective social media and websites:
David: https://www.davidwise.co.uk/
Grant: https://www.grantkirkhope.com/
We’d love to hear what you thought about these composer interviews! Was it awesome to hear from Grant and David and did you learn anything new? Shoot us an email at XVGMRadio@gmail.com or join in on the discussion at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/XVGMradio
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TRACK LISTING:

Intro -Yooka-Laylee “Main Theme” Grant Kirkhope
1- Donkey Kong Country (SNES, 1994) “Gang-Plank Galleon” David Wise, Eveline Novakovic (Fischer), Robin Beanland
2 – Donkey Kong Country 2 (SNES, 1995) “Stickerbush Symphony (Bramble Blast)” David Wise
3 – Donkey Kong Land 2 (GB, 1996) “Stickerbush Symphony (Bramble Blast)” David Wise, Grant Kirkhope (arranged)
4 – Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Wii U/Switch, 2014/2018) “Zip Line Shrine” David Wise, Kenji Yamamoto
5 – Diddy Kong Racing (N64, 1997) “The Secret Tune” – David Wise
6 – Banjo-Kazooie (N64, 1998) “Secret Fanfare 4 (Mad Monster Mansion)” – Grant Kirkhope
7 – Banjo-Tooie (N64, 2000) “Wild West Zone” – Grant Kirkhope
8 – Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts (360, 2008) “Out Around Nutty Acres” – Grant Kirkhope, Robin Beanland, David Clynick
9 – Yooka Laylee -(2017, PS4, Switch, XBONE, PC) “Hivory Towers” Grant Kirkhope, David Wise, Steven Burke
10 – Yooka Laylee (2017, PS4, Switch, XBONE, PC) “Uphill Battle” – Steven Burke, Grant Kirkhope, David Wise
11 – Yooka Laylee & The Impossible Lair (2019, Switch, PS4, XBONE, PC) “Factory Fright” – Matt Griffin, Grant Kirkhope, Daniel Murdoch, David Wise
12 – Yooka Laylee & The Impossible Lair (2019, Switch, PS4, XBONE, PC) “The Overworld – Beach” – Matt Griffin, Grant Kirkhope, Daniel Murdoch, David Wise
13 – Yooka Laylee & The Impossible Lair (2019, Switch, PS4, XBONE, PC) “The Impossible Lair 2” – Matt Griffin, Grant Kirkhope, Daniel Murdoch, David Wise

Episode 44 – Valfaris with Curt Victor Bryant

Episode 44 – Valfaris with Curt Victor Bryant

What oozes neon, smells of decaying bugs and gives you a neck injury? Why, it’s Valfaris, of course! Released in 2019, Valfaris brought a 1980’s Heavy Metal Magazine aesthetic to the run-n-gun genre, and along with it came an equally brutal, tranquil, and exciting soundtrack by Ex-Celtic Frost member, Curt Victor Bryant. It’s not everyday you get certified rock stars on the podcast, so Mike and Justin talked up a storm with the composer! From his beginning days in Switzerland at the jukebox, to his time in Celtic Frost, Curt lays it all on the line in this tell all episode that is currently our longest to date! We talk Energy Babes, heavy metal references, his injection of world and new age music into this thrash/groove/extreme metal soundtrack that will get the blood pumping!
Huge thank you to our guest of honor, composer Curt Victor Bryant! Please check him out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/curtvictorbryant
We’d love to hear what you thought about the interview with Curt, the soundtrack, and more! What was your favorite track? Shoot us an email at XVGMRadio@gmail.com or join in on the discussion at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/XVGMradio
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TRACK LISTING:

Intro – Torture March
1 – Extreme Vehemence
2 – Infectious Fear
3 – Curator of Dark Souls
4 – Cosmic Decay
5 – Settlement of Rays
6 – Mass Upheaval
7 – Chronic Dissolution
8 – Metanoia
9 – Abysmal Souls
10 – Birth of a New Death

Episode 38 – Shakedown: Hawaii with Mat Creamer

Episode 38 – Shakedown: Hawaii with Mat Creamer

Grit your teeth as you plow through innocent bystanders, hold up stores for insurance protection, and burn forests down with your flamethrower…it’s your world in Shakedown Hawaii. The successor to Retro City Rampage had a lot to live up to, and thankfully it doesn’t suffer from sequelitis, as it’s one of the best indie games this year. Take on the role of an aging 1980’s CEO, or his spoiled rotten to the core son, and even a hired mercenary to do the dirty work. All three are at your disposal here as you steal cars, burn down parking lots, and crush anything in your way: including pesky consumer rights! Take on the role of CEO as you figure out the best way to ruin customer’s lives and make cash doing it. Despite the slimy premise, the game is tons of fun and backed by an incredible 80s synthwave soundtrack by Norrin Radd aka Matt Creamer. Matt takes us through the ups and downs he faced getting the official soundtrack released, and answers all the hard-hitting questions all while providing fantastic insight into his compositions.
The XVGM Radio guys are super thankful to VBlank Games and Matt Creamer for hooking us up with some giveaway codes! Exclusive to Patrons, you’ll be able to possibly win either a digital copy of the game (PS4/Switch options only) or the digital soundtrack for free! Multiple chances to win, and all you’ve got to do is share this episode on some form of social media (or just join our Discord) AND most importantly be a Patron tier of $1 or more! Thanks again to Brian Provinciano and Matt Creamer for the codes! You must be signed up by November 30th! We’ll announce the winners on the December 2019 Live Show and will reach out to the winners via Patreon!
Check out Matt Creamer’s tunes and Youtube channel here:
We’d love to hear what you thought about Shakedown Hawaii’s killer soundtrack and our friend Matt Creamer! What was your favorite track? Shoot us an email at XVGMRadio@gmail.com or join in on the discussion at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/XVGMradio
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Thanks to all of our wonderful Patrons: Alex Messenger, Cam Werme, Chris Murray, Chris Myers, Scott McElhone, Jordan & Anson Davis, Llama Adam, Peter Panda, Kung Fu Carlito, Bedroth, Nick Davis, MixxMaster, Brad Austin, Jeremy Rutz and The Autistic Gamer 89. Become a Patron, get cool rewards, and more at http://www.Patreon.com/XVGMRadio
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TRACK LISTING:

Shakedown Hawaii Soundtrack by: Norrin Radd/Matt Creamer
Intro – The CEO’s Return
1 – Beach Cruise
2 – Night Ride
3 – Freeway Escape
4 – Jungle Mercenary (Please Adjust The Tracking)
5 – Flashbacks
6 – Obliterator
7 – Riding Bazooka
8 – Clothes Make The Man
9 – Lobby Line
10 – Island Heist

Episode 25 – Freedom Planet with Composer Leila “Woofle” Wilson

Episode 25 – Freedom Planet with Composer Leila “Woofle” Wilson

Freedom Planet, the 2014 indie darling developed by Stephen Diduro (aka Strife) set the bar for games influenced by Sonic the Hedgehog and Rocket Knight Adventures. But a Sonic style game needed a Sonic styled composer…or did it? Enter Leila “Woofle” Wilson, who brought her love of JRPGs, Funk and New Jack Swing to compliment Strife’s more Mega Man focus, along with Shane Ellis aka Blue Warrior’s composition assistance, the three created the exciting soundtrack of Freedom Planet! Today, we’re honored to have Leila Wilson join us for a special interview where we find out the origin story of the game, hear Leila gush about her VGM influences, and learn all about Lilac, Carol and Milla’s fun and frantic journey!
Special thank you to our guest, composer Leila “Woofle” Wilson! Please check her content out here:

Leila’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/LRWoofle

Huge thank you to our Patrons who help donate to the show! We’re so grateful for each and every one of you! Thanks to: Alex Messenger, Cam Werme, Chris Meyers, Scott McElhone, Chris Murray, Kung Fu Carlito, Peter Panda, Mixxmaster, The Autistic Gamer 89 and Jordan & Anson Davis.

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TRACK LISTING:

All songs composed by Leila “Woofle” Wilson, Stephen “Strife” Diduro and Shane “Blue Warrior” Ellis.
Intro: Freedom Planet Theme
1 – Major Boss Battle
2 – Target World (Shang Mu Academy)
3 – To The Rescue!
4 – Trap Hideout 2
5 – Dragon Valley 1
6 – Schmup Stage
7 – Fortune Night 2
8 – Here Comes Trouble!
9 – Aqua Tunnel 1
10 – Zao’s Airship

Episode 15 – Timespinner with Jeff Ball

Episode 15 – Timespinner with Jeff Ball

Plenty of games nowadays have tried to emulate and pay tribute to Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. But few are able to pull it off utilizing the minute details, especially when it comes to the music of the Playstation era. Enter, Timespinner, 2018’s indie darling. A game that tells the story of a blue-haired Time Messenger named Lunais, in a side scrolling, action-platforming adventure that will even send yourself time travelling: with a huge contribution to this feeling from composer Jeff Ball. Experience a soundtrack that will send you back to the 32-bit era of gaming. From deep discussions about inclusion and diversity of the characters’, learning about Jeff’s tactics to make the game’s soundtrack echo the brilliance from the games of yesterday, to creepy Mario Paint music chat, this is Jeff Ball and the music of Timespinner.
Special thank you to our composer guest Jeff Ball for being on this episode, as well as Scarlet Moon Productions and Materia Collective for releasing the Timespinners soundtrack! Grab a copy today: https://www.materiacollective.com/ -|- http://scarletmoon.com/
Check out Jeff’s Twitter and Bandcamp for more of his work: @JeffThatNoise -|-https://soundcloud.com/jeffball
https://jeffball.bandcamp.com/album/timespinner-original-game-soundtrack
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TRACK LISTING:

Intro: “From Our Hearts”
1 – “Uncertain Hope”
2 – “Defiance”
3 – “Echoes of the Forgotten”
4 – “Masquerade of Hedonists”
5 – “Surpassing Authority”
6 – “Unnerving Gaze”
7 – “Shears of Atropos”
8 – “Eternal Nightmare”
9 – “Pioneer’s Horizon”
10 – “Shattered Hourglass”

Episode 9 – In Memory & Celebration of Ryu Umemoto

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Episode 9 – In Memory & Celebration of Ryu Umemoto

Though his life was short, Ryu Umemoto crafted some of the best music available on various Japanese computer system games. From Eroge visual novels to working with CAVE on their bullet hell shooters, Umemoto poured his heart and soul into creating music despite not being a classically trained musician. Today on XVGM Radio, Mike and Justin uncover some of his best work full of techno, blues rock, and more ambient electronic pieces, all while taking you on a fantastic journey about his life and legacy.
Out of respect for Mr. Umemoto and his music, we have opted to not take any calls or create commercials for this episode, as it is a tribute to him.
All information about Mr. Umemoto’s life and times was paraphrased from the following interview/writeup by Audun Sorlie: https://www.gamasutra.com/view/feature/178187/memorial_composer_ryu_umemoto.php?print=1
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TRACK LISTING:

(All Tracks composed by Ryu Umemoto)
Intro: Xenon: Fantasy Body (PC-98, FM Towns) – “XENON”
1 – Square Resort (Sharp X68000, 1992, OPN Version) “Sound Test #9/Tank 2”
2 -Mobile Suit Gundam: A year of War (PC-98, 1993) “ZION05” – co-composed by Toyo Kusanagi
3 – Princess Maker 2 (PC-98, MS-DOS, Windows, Sega Saturn, FM Towns, PC Engine, MAC, GP32 aka Game Park 32, 1993) “Battle”
4 – Grounseed (PC-98, 1996) “Strain (Tension)OPNA Version”
5 – EVE Burst Error (PC-98/FM Towns/Saturn/Windows/PS2, 1995) “Shopping”
6 – Psyvariar (Arcade/PS2, 2000) “Weakboson”
7 – Espgaluda 2 (Arcade, 2005) “Mutiny – Fate Is With The Girl”
8 – Ano Machi no Koi no Uta (Windows, 2006) “Tease”
9 – Akai Katana (Xbox 360, PC, 2010) “Nehanmon (Stage 1)”
10 – NIN2-Jump (XBLA, 2011) “Autumn”
Outro – Kono Yo No Hate De Koi Wo Utau Shojo Yu-No (PC-98, 1996) “Reminiscence”

Episode 5 – An Evening with Coda

Episode 5 – An Evening with Coda

On today’s episode, XVGM Radio ventures into unknown indie territory when we interview video game music and chiptune composer stalwart artist, Coda. We’ve hand picked some truly amazing tunes from his blossoming career and hear about his progressive rock interests, how his appreciation and friendship with Jake Kaufman inspires him, and try to figure out how many deli meats can fit into a cockpit. Wait, what?! Strap yourselves in and get ready to appreciate some truly fantastic compositions from CODA.

Special thanks to Scarlet Moon Productions for the interview opportunity! Check them out at: http://scarletmoon.com/

Please visit CODA’s Official Bandcamp and website:
https://coda.s3m.us/ -Website
https://bc.s3m.us/ – Bandcamp

Omega Strike Soundtrack courtesy of Scarlet Moon productions: https://scarletmoonrecords.bandcamp.com/album/omega-strike-original-sound-version

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Track Listing:

Intro Track: Omega Strike (2017, Steam, 2018-PS4, coming soon to XBOX One): “Omega Strike Title Track”
1- Grave Danger (Steam, PS4,Switch 2018) – “Last Stop (Stage 1-A)”
2 -Omega Strike – “Resistance Caverns”
3 – VideoBall (PS4, Steam, 2016) – “Jam”
4 – Stardash (2011, IOS, Android, Remastered 2018) – “Tricky”
5 – Alter Ego: Dreamwalker (2013, Windows, Linux, Mobile, Android) – “Strollback (World 2)”
6 – Stardash – “Temple”
7 – VideoBall – “Rock”
8 – Grave Danger – “Dangerous Enemy”
9 – Alter Ego: Dreamwalker – “Clockout (World 3)”
10 – Omega Strike – “Omega Citadel”