Month: July 2021

KVGM “The Last Wave” (7/25/21)

KVGM “The Last Wave” (7/25/21)

Do you hear that sound? Can you feel it? The cool ocean breeze in your hair, the salt on your tongue. It’s the smooth crash of the Last Wave on KVGM with your host, Hammock, bringing you thirty minutes of the best video game jams(z) from all your favorite composers and consoles, each and every week from our beachside studio in sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch…the Last Wave.

This week on the show, we return to the mahjong parlor but add a sexy spin to it, we interrogate some cuties, we shoot some pool, manager an idol, play baseball, race Toyota Celicas…and we even have enough time to squeeze in a JRPG. Not to mention, a new Last Wave After Dark came out with a super smooth soundtrack – you can listen to it right here!

 
Playlist

Good Bye Remix – Hidenobu Otsuki
(Super Producers: Mezasu Showbiz Kai, Sega Dreamcast)

Junpei Niina (Bright) – Akari Kaida
(Tokimeki Memorial Girl’s Side: 3rd Story, Nintendo DS)

Menu – Hiroshi Nakajima
(Gachinko Pro Yakyuu, Game Boy Advance)

Mahjonging – Unknown
(Mahjong Kaigan Monogatari: Mahjong-kyou Jidal Sexy Idol-hen, Sega Saturn)

Ingame 1 – Takeaki Kunimoto
(Break In, PC-Engine)

Afternoon in Crossbell – Takahiro Unisuga
(The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki, PlayStation Portable)

FILE13 – USK Soundware
(FILE, PC-98)

Ending – Yasutaka Hatade
(ADVAN Racing, Sony PlayStation)

Special Request


Girls – Konami Kukeiha Club
(Policenauts, multiple)

KVGM “The Last Wave” (7/18/21)

KVGM “The Last Wave” (7/18/21)

Do you hear that sound? Can you feel it? The cool ocean breeze in your hair, the salt on your tongue. It’s the smooth crash of the Last Wave on KVGM with your host, Hammock, bringing you thirty minutes of the best video game jams(z) from all your favorite composers and consoles, each and every week from our beachside studio in sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch…the Last Wave.

It was a busy week for Hammock this week. Not only was he in the studio, bringing you more smooth VGM music, but he also took a trip to the esteemed VGMbassy to hang out with Ed Wilson and listen to great music from an obscure Korean DOS platformer called Eol’s Adventure. Go check that out! But also check this out because this week’s show is no joke. Lots of Nintendo love, a love escalator(?!), love therapy, and even a special request from Arc the Lad II.

 
Playlist

A Hunting Cap and a Pipe – Barbarian on the Groove
(Akatsuki no Goei Trinity, PC)

I Would Like to Drink Some Tea – ZUN and U2 Akiyama
(Touhou Scarlet Curiosity, Steam)

Options – RoBKTA and gwizofthestars
(Victory Heat Rally, Nintendo Switch)

Company Material H – Kazumi Totaka(?)
(Wii Room, Nintendo Wii)

Autumn Tints – Tadayuki Itou
(Love Escalator, PC-98)

BGM 52 – Unknown
(Picdun 2: Witch’s Curse, Nintendo 3DS)

BGM 16 – Hidehiko Enomoto
(Feda 2: White Surge the Platoon, Sony PlayStation)

Credits – Unknown
(Shinri Kenkyuka Yuki Yu Kanshu: Mainichi Kokorobics DS Therapy, Nintendo DS)

Special Request


Theme of Shu – Masahiro Ando
(Arc the Lad II, Sony PlayStation)

KVGM “The Last Wave” (7/11/21)

KVGM “The Last Wave” (7/11/21)

Do you hear that sound? Can you feel it? The cool ocean breeze in your hair, the salt on your tongue. It’s the smooth crash of the Last Wave on KVGM with your host, Hammock, bringing you thirty minutes of the best video game jams(z) from all your favorite composers and consoles, each and every week from our beachside studio in sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch…the Last Wave.

July is hot and so are these tracks but they simultaneously cool you down, which is the beauty of the video game music. This week, we’ve got J.League soccer, Urbz, bikini magic, horse registration, boxing…even a special request from a Nintendo 64 game. The YouTube mixes continue to go up so subscribe to those if you want to chill out at work. And next week, Hammock makes his debut on a very special podcast episode so keep your eyes and ears peeled!

 
Playlist

File Select – Mark Soto
(Cat Girl Without Salad, Nintendo Switch)

Player Data – Satoshi Kadokura
(Pikiinya!, Super Famicom)

Excellent! – Hiroshi Okuba
(J. League Soccer Prime Goal EX, Sony PlayStation)

Registration – Unknown
(Sankei Sports Kanshuu: Keiba Ryoku Nintei Shiken: Baken DS, Nintendo DS)

Glasstown (Night) – Ian Stocker
(The Urbz: Sims in the City, Game Boy Advance)

City Nights – Ryuhei Yamada
(Kaleido-Eve, PlayStation Vita)

Bikini Snapshot – Capcom Sound Team
(Finder Love: Risa Kudo – First Shoot wa Kimi to, PlayStation Portable)

Ending – Atsuhiro Motoyama
(Digital Champ, PC-Engine)

Special Request


Atlantis Realm Lobby, Level 1 – Rob Lord, Paul Weir, and Mark Bandola
(Glover, Nintendo 64)

KVGM “The Last Wave” (7/4/21)

KVGM “The Last Wave” (7/4/21)

Do you hear that sound? Can you feel it? The cool ocean breeze in your hair, the salt on your tongue. It’s the smooth crash of the Last Wave on KVGM with your host, Hammock, bringing you thirty minutes of the best video game jams(z) from all your favorite composers and consoles, each and every week from our beachside studio in sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch…the Last Wave.

It’s the 4th of July in the United States of America, which means, you’re probably chasing each other around the yard with Roman candles, drinking tons of alcoholic beverages, eating BBQ, and being rambunctious in the name of liberty! And when you’re not terrorizing the neighborhood pets with your street fireworks show and blasting Toby Keith with the windows down, why not chill out to some of the smoothest video game music on the planet? All in the name of freedom.

 
Playlist

Cafeteria in Satellite – ZUN
(GENSOUTENBU, PC)

Kaoru’s Theme – Azuma Takago
(Final Approach 2: 1st Priority, Sony PlayStation 2)

Title – Norihiko Togashi
(Otogi Banashi Taisen, Game Boy)

Menu – Unknown
(Poupee Girl DS 2: Elegant Mint + Sweet Pink Style, Nintendo DS)

VS. Shady – Kazuki Muraoka
(Yu-Gi-Oh! The Eternal Duelist Soul, Game Boy Advance)

Stage 6 – Takayuki Aihara
(Victorious Boxers: Revolution, Nintendo Wii)

The Town Where We Met – Shinya Ishikawa
(White Album, Sony PlayStation 3)

Ending – Masanobu Tsukamoto
(Madou Monogatari: Michikusa Ibun, PC-98)