Legendary videogame musician and guitarist Akira Yamaoka has a whole tour through England scheduled around Halloween this year! Dates just keep on adding and he’s sure to stop somewhere near you, so check this out!
Shadows of the Damned was released in 2011 with a very small reception. It is kind of an obscure game nowadays, since it didn’t sell a lot, and it’s just a pity given it’s one of the best games I’ve ever played.
One of its strong points is the soundtrack, which I decided to review.
TENBI is a Japanese composer who plays one of the most iconic instruments in her country: the shamisen. She gracefully mixes the classical sound of this legendary instrument with modern rythms and mixes, which results in beautiful compositions for everyone to enjoy.
With few weeks left to the event, VCON announced a surprise guest for this third edition.
A few weeks ago we talked about a new band called Blitzage, lead by Akira Yamaoka. Last weekend they debuted in a concert, being opening act for the legendary band Visage. Both bands played on Saturday and Sunday, and I found someone who told me first hand how Blitzage’s debut went. Walter, who went to one of the concerts with his wife Loreley, tells us about this event.
Joe Romersa is a musician born in Los Angeles. For most Silent Hill fans, he is the man behind the voice. Or the man with the voice. He sung songs from Silent Hill with his deep, velvety voice. But who is the man behind the voice?
Blitzage is the name of a new band that I got to know through Akira Yamaoka. The lineup features several people, and finally today, on their official FB page, they published the members. Who are behind Blitzage?
Tequila Works is the Spanish videogame studio behind Rime, a videogame for PS4 that’s stirring up everyone’s interest. They talk to us about Rime’s creation, we look back in time and appreciate how videogames have evolved in the last few decades and, of course, we talk about music.
The great videogame & music festival from Mexico, V-CON, has just barely opened their online store, from where fans can purchase several items, including CDs, tshirts, and so on.
SEGAKU got in contact with the British musician Bass’Flo from Bass’Flo & Ziyal. He tells us about how he began working with Akira Yamaoka, his musical influences and how he feels about his future projects.