PixelTunes Radio is a bi-weekly video game music podcast hosted by Mike Levy and Ed Wilson. We bring you an hour of music, comedy, and VGM trivia!
Episode 110: Saigo no Free Picks
Download Episode 110: “Saigo no Free Picks” here! It’s a free picks show, and also a special “Thank You” episode! This one may be a little emotionally intense though, so make sure to have some tissues handy while you listen. … Continue reading →
Episode 109: BATMAN
Download Episode 109: “BATMAN” here! Ever dance to VGM in the pale moonlight? Mike and Ed heed the call of the Bat-Signal and swing into action with a utility belt full of awesome tunes! Join them as they explore the … Continue reading →
Episode 108: Isometric Jamz
Download Episode 108: “Isometric Jamz” here! It’s time to look at video game music from a whole new perspective! In today’s episode, Mike and Ed select their tracks exclusively from games that use an isometric viewpoint. Prepare your ears for … Continue reading →
Episode 107: The Music of the PC-98
Download Episode 107: “The Music of the PC-98” here! The PC-98 series of computers wasn’t really meant to play games. Ironically, it became the system with one of the most robust collections of it’s time. Packed with the option … Continue reading →
Episode 106: 4th Anniversary w/ Ryu and Snake
Download Episode 106: “4th Anniversary w/ Ryu and Snake” here! PixelTunes is officially 4 years old! Woohoo! Ed makes his return to the show and celebrates with Mike and special guest Ryu Hayabusa. Ryu’s picked some excellent VGM to share … Continue reading →
Episode 105: SNES Deep Cuts
Download Episode 05: “SNES Deep Cuts” here! Uncovering unique tracks has always been a PixelTunes Radio staple, but on episode 105, we’re down-right hole punchy! Mike is joined by our guest co-host once again, Justin, as they go round … Continue reading →
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This is a great podcast. If you’re like me, then you also have struggled with an addiction to collecting porcelain kittens. I was so embarrassed, and I didn’t know where to turn, but this podcast has really set my life in a new, positive direction. I really appreciate how the show brings on guests from different walks of life who have also felt the pain of a porcelain kitten addiction. There is hope, and this podcast reminds us all of that. You’re doing the lord’s work.
A Great Show
Pixeltunes has a lot to like, but it's not for everyone. Your enjoyment will depend on whether you like video game music, whether you like the hosts' sense of humor, and whether you like their banter. I love video game music. I used to be iffy on their banter, but they’ve really improved in the last year.... especially when it comes to stating their opinions on tracks they don’t both like. I can't play the show when my kids are around, due to the lowbrow content. But they’re usually at least somewhat funny, and sometimes hilarious.
I do like their enthusiasm for games, and they do go really in-depth in their research for each show; they're not regurgitating Wiki pages here. They also play a lot of obscure arcade, import, and computer games you've probably never listened to(Sharp X6800, anyone?).
In any case, the show is well worth your time.
So much knowledge...so little time
Mike and Ed take their craft to another level. The depth of VGM knowledge and passion is unrivaled. Anyone who is even a casual fan of VGM will love this podcast.