Joining KC this week is the winner of RadioSEGA's Fan Choice Remix of the Year 2020 award, Alec 'Iceferno' Brooke. Iceferno shares his experiences with both video games and their music and uses all of his knowledge in a musical quiz.
This week, I'm proud to be joined on The SEGA Lounge by three members of the Victory Heat Rally team. If you're not aware of it, Victory Heat Rally is an upcoming retro-style, super scaler, arcade racing game, that is heavily inspired by classic SEGA arcade racers and is currently looking for funding on Kickstarter. I sat down with Ian and Aidan from Skydevilpalm and our old friend RoBKTA, one of the soundtrack composers, to discuss the project. And we also play a musical game. I hope you'll give it a shot as well while you're listening.
This week I'm bringing back an interview first aired on RadioSEGA's The Manic Monday Show on the 26th of February 2018. The person I interviewed is Steve, aka OSC. He is a long time collaborator of mine doing music for RadioSEGA shows as well as being the director of one of the station's remix albums. He was also kind enough to do the amazing remix that serves as the theme song for the current season of The SEGA Lounge and to allow me to use some bits of his works throughout different parts of the episodes.
This week, we have a legendary vgm composer, the marvelous Matt Furniss, known for many iconic game soundtracks, including The Terminator, Alien 3, The Lost Vikings and many more on SEGA systems. Enjoy the interview and come back next week for another bite-sized chat.
Welcome back to our conversation with legendary SEGA composer Howard Drossin. In this second part of the interview, we talk Virtual Sonic and its "Metal Sonic" song, discuss Howard's current projects, and he shares some advice for wannabe vgm composers. Oh, and there's The SEGA Lounge Challenge in there somewhere!
On the week of SEGA's 60th anniversary (#GOSEGA, #SEGA60th), it's an honor to welcome legendary composer Howard Drossin to The SEGA Lounge. We've had such a great conversation that it had to be split into two parts. Listen to this week's episode for the first as Howard shares his beginnings as a musician and some interesting facts behind his time at the SEGA Technical Institute in the 1990's.
The wonderfully talented Johnny Gioeli is back! Four years later, KC catches up with Johnny and learns more about his past and present works and, perhaps more importantly, makes him sing children's songs...
As part of RadioSEGA's celebration of 10 years of LiVE shows, an event aptly named 'RadioSEGA: 10 Years LiVE', this episode of The SEGA Lounge is a special round table bringing together three iconic show hosts.
Joining KC this week is Roberto Bazzoni, aka RoBKTA, one of two people involved in the track that won "RadioSEGA's Fan Choice Remix of the Year 2019".
As a way of celebrating 99 episodes of The SEGA Lounge and as part of this year's WinterFest, KC looks back at some memorable moments of the show and makes a special announcement regarding the future of the Lounge.
As part of RadioSEGA's WinterFest 2017, The SEGA Lounge opens its doors to Baircave, Ben Briggs and James Landino, three of the talented people behind "Sonic Mania Remixed", a remix album focused on the music of the most recent 2D Sonic outing. OSC, Twinny and ViPER also join in on the action at some point and we do some giveawya, including the big one following our donation drive for Special Effect. Get "Sonic Mania Remixed" from Bandcamp: https://tnywvs.bandcamp.com/album/sonic-mania-remixed. You can also stream it on all major platforms.
We're back from our Summer break, LiVE, and with a special episode dedicated to RadioSEGA Presents: Collision Theory, a brand-new charity album to support Special Effect.
For the last episode before the Summer break, we have Mustin on The SEGA Lounge. Representing Gamechops, he told us more about their newest Sonic remix album, Spindash 2.
It's time for our usual tie-in with Mega Visions mag. This month, we sit down with David "djpretzel" Lloyd and Larry "Liontamer" Oji from OC ReMix to discuss how and why the community started and what's in store for the future.
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