To celebrate the release of SEGA Genesis Classics, musician and remixer Eclectic Method teamed up with the video game company to create a special track containing sound samples from classic 16-bit games, accompanied by an awesome pixel art video.
(PG-13: Language) Eclectic Method’s latest remix reminds us that Die Hard is truly required viewing each holiday season, right there alongside A Christmas Story, another movie in which one of the protagonist’s main objectives is acquiring firearms despite the odds.
Rather than using sound bites from another movie or TV show, this Eclectic Method track is made primarily from weaponfire and reloading sounds from first-person shooters. As long as it doesn’t include the incessant microphone chatter of 10-year-olds, we’re good.
(PG-13: Language) Shut up hippies! The master of remixes takes on everyone’s favorite festively plump, pot pie eating, fishstick-loving loudmouth, with an epic cut of soundbites taken from some of Eric Cartman’s rudest, crudest, and most obnoxious moments on South Park.
Eclectic Method teamed up with Martyn Ware to remix of one of our all-time favorite movies, Stanley Kubrick’s dark comedy, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. The march-inspired drumbeats are the perfect complement to the military theme.
Go back to the ’80s with this catchy remix of memorable scenes and sound bites from Weird Science, the movie that made millions of horny boys think they could conjure up the girl of their dreams by hacking into a government computer and wearing bras on their heads.
For his latest track, Jonny Wilson aka Eclectic Method electronically manipulated the mighty roar of everyone’s favorite towering fuzzball, transforming the wookiee’s howls into a catchy EDM track. And if you don’t like it, Chewie might just pull your arms out of their sockets.