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"What Are You Playing?" But With Music
Posted on Saturday, March 29 2014 @ 16:31:47 Eastern

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Ever wonder what GameRevolution staff listen to while they're working? I do! I've never asked them though. Maybe I should... Any good music you wanna share? Here's what I've been playing:


Click to listen to A Walk by Tycho.

Tycho, huge fan. Incredible instrumentals. Take a listen to this track that just shuffled in. No matter which album you pick, sit back and try to live in it. There are a ton of layers to each song and it all flows together as you get deeper into it.


Click to listen to Mind Mischief by Tame Impala.

I know there are plenty of Tame Impala fans in the forums, but this is one of my favorite tracks. Great drums, love the spacey feeling. They really tried to emulate the Beatles, but more of a good thing is never a bad thing... is it?


Click to listen to Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament by the Beastie Boys.

One of the last great Beastie Boys tracks. Adam Yauch is a personal hero of mine and the Beastie artistry totally blew my mind when I listend to Hello Nasty for the first time. I remember getting the CD from a used record store in Colorado with my little brother as we were wandering around downtown near a college almost a decade ago (or more, I don't remember). Intergalactic remains one of my favorite songs (and music videos) ever.

What are you listening to?

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