This week's episode features an interview with Jennifer Hernandez, an artist that has worked on the Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog series. Find out more about her history with Sonic and what her future projects are.
On this week's episode, The SEGA Lounge opens its doors to Ryan "Rlan" Langley, the man behind Sonic the Hedgeblog. Find out more about the blog and the many other projects Ryan's been working on.
Welcome to the season finale of The SEGA Lounge! We have a very nice interview with Nino, of legendary game metal band MegaDriver. There's also Memories of SEGA and the promise of a new season after a short break. Check out MegaDriver's music at http://www.megadriver.com.br
As part of RadioSEGA's WinterFest 2016 event, we open the doors of The SEGA Lounge to Steve from the Opus Science Collective. And not only do we have a chat about their music, but we also play their brand new Sonic-themed EP "Zoned". You can grab "Zoned", for free, from https://opussciencecollective.bandcamp.com/album/zoned
It's time to welcome Kori-Maru back to The SEGA Lounge to tell us more about this year's edition of the Sonic & SEGA Fan Jam event. And we couldn't let him leave without a spooky-themed challenge, could we? Follow the Fan Jm on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SSFanJam Like their Facebook page: https://facebook.com/SonicSEGAFanJam Buy tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sonic-sega-fan-jam-2016-tickets-25961105365
This week, we welcome rock legend Johnny Gioeli and talk about his work with Hardline, Axel Rudi Pell, Crush 40 and his upcoming debut solo album. Also, do we have an album with children's songs on the way? You can pledge towards Johnny's solo album campaign here: http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/johnnygioeli
A week prior to the release of Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice, we welcome Mat Kraemer, lead designer of the game, to The SEGA Lounge. Listen as he talks about the differences between Shattered Crystal and the sequel, expresses his love for SEGA games and takes on a Master System quiz!
This week, we're joined by the legend that is Spencer Nilsen, a great composer and a great guy! Download the podcast to listen to some of Spencer's stories and learn about his history with SEGA. There's also great music!
It's the episode before Summer of Sonic 2016, so Awinnerwasyou is back on the Lounge to have a chat about our favourite SoS memories. And a couple of guests also call in on the show. Plus, SoS music and another edition of "Memories of SEGA".
In the aftermath of the epic announcements at Sonic's 25th anniversary party in San Diego, we welcome back to the show James Booth, lead developer of Sonic Dash and Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom. And on Memories of SEGA, Awinnerwasyou looks at one of his most "treasured" games on the Saturn.
Welcome back to The SEGA Lounge now in official season 3 format! Join us as we talk to the Mobius Team, the guys behind Mobius Grid and have a listen at the first audio version of Awinnerwasyou's "Memories of SEGA".
On the day of Sonic's 25th anniversary, we sit down with our friends Awinnerwasyou, Kopke and Stephen (of OverClocked Podcast fame) to reminisce over the entire series and play some music.
The SEGA Lounge opens its doors for a third season with Sonic Remix and Jason from the upcoming Sonic Revolution convention.
Celebrating the 23rd anniversary of the release of Sonic the Hedgehog 2, we did another 'Memories' episode, featuring regular panelists Kopke and Awinnerwasyou. Join us as we reminisce and Donnie renames all the zones in both the 16-bit and 8-bit versions of the game.
Following up on last week's show, we have another Canada based, SEGA inspired band on The SEGA Lounge. Download the podcast to enjoy the conversation with Villainest's alleged "Chief SEGA Guy", James Harding, and listen to an exclusive first play of the single off the band's upcoming EP. Check out Villainest's music at http://villainest.bandcamp.com Keep up with the band on... - Website: http://villainest.com - Twitter: https://twitter.com/villainest - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/villainestmusic