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splatoon everybody, stupjam everybody

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Photo 29 Sep 2,267 notes stevencrewniverse:

YOU HEARD RIGHT! STARTING THIS WEEK:
NEW EPISODES OF STEVEN UNIVERSE are now Thursdays at 6:45 pm E/P. Tune in early and catch an episode of Clarence! 
Check your channel listings and change your plans accordingly!

stevencrewniverse:

YOU HEARD RIGHT! STARTING THIS WEEK:

NEW EPISODES OF STEVEN UNIVERSE are now Thursdays at 6:45 pm E/P. Tune in early and catch an episode of Clarence! 

Check your channel listings and change your plans accordingly!

Video 29 Sep 2,061 notes

stevencrewniverse:

From composers Aivi and Surasshu:

A few tracks from Mirror Gem, Paul and Raven’s amazing episode. This is the show’s darkest set of songs so far! I recorded a special version of Lapis Lazuli’s theme for the crew blog.

Strings performed by Jeff Ball and promo art by Paul Villeco!

(Source: waltzforluma / aivi & surasshu)

Text 29 Sep 37 notes

Anonymous said: What's your favourite song from a video game? I personally don't have a particular favourite, but my favourite songs are all from classic Nintendo games like Bomberman 64 and The Legend of Zelda series. All the music from Nintendo are just so beautiful! ♪♪

waltzforluma:

Bomberman 64 and all of the music from the Zelda series are so great - I’m a huge fan of both! I also really love the music from Super Mario Galaxy, SaGa Frontier 2, Threads of Fate, Mischief Makers, Chrono Trigger/Cross, Excitebike World Rally, ACNL, Sonic Colors, Legend of Legaia, and so many more, I can’t name them all…

My favorite song would be either “Corridors of Time” from Chrono Trigger or “Zelda’s Lullaby” from Ocarina of Time. I think they both capture complicated feelings in different ways: Zelda’s Lullaby is extremely intimate and concise, and it’s beautifully composed in a way that completely avoids the tonic (the home chord in most songs - I think that’s why it has a strange and floaty feeling). And Corridors of Time juxtaposes a lot of musical elements with each other, like a tragic melody over a light-hearted bounce, and comfortable and familiar chords played in less familiar instruments for that style, like gamelan, sitar, and tabla - there’s nothing that sounds quite like it. I don’t want to bore anybody, but I love them and they are huge inspirations!

aivi talks about favorites and inispirations!

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Video 24 Sep 774 notes

"Overgrown Brambles" From An Indirect Kiss.

Music: Aivi & Surasshu
Art: Paul Villeco

Video 23 Sep 1,944 notes

waltzforluma:

"Rose’s Fountain" from An Indirect Kiss.

Composed by Aivi & Surasshu
Strings performed by Jeff Ball
Artwork by Paul Villeco

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Photo 21 Sep 4,167 notes 
SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY! Catch up on the whole season with a STEVEN UNIVERSE MARATHON! 3 solid hours of your favorite little Gem dude! Can you name all the episodes represented in this poster?
Starting at 1pm on Cartoon Network!

SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY! Catch up on the whole season with a STEVEN UNIVERSE MARATHON! 3 solid hours of your favorite little Gem dude! Can you name all the episodes represented in this poster?

Starting at 1pm on Cartoon Network!

(Source: ianjq)

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Video 20 Sep 853 notes

Music: Aivi & Surasshu
Violin: Jeff Ball
Art: Ian Jones-Quartey

Video 13 Sep 133 notes

tinycartridge:

Band Saga aims for Vita, 3DS ⊟

Whoaaaaa, this game looks neat. “Band Saga is a modern Action Roguelike where every level, enemy and item is generated by music. Furthermore, every melody and every sound is synthesized in real time as you play!”

It has a built-in FM sequencer that unlocks new sounds – the sounds of all the stuff you encounter in the game, like some kind of Yuzo Koshiro x Sound Shapes situation.

Stretch goals for the Kickstarter will allow a version of this cool looking game to come to Vita at $40,000, and 3DS at $100,000. And it’ll come to TGS next week, no matter what! If you’re in Tokyo, go check it out!

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Video 10 Sep 17 notes

Band Saga Kickstarter

Hey guys! Roger Hicks (aka @rekcahdam), the drummer on Steven and the Stevens, is also an awesome game dev, and he’s currently kickstarting his game, Band Saga! I have nothing to do with this one, but I just really want to play it so let’s get it funded :D


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