Neon SunsetsMelt Channel
word on the street aka, the word yr getting from me right now is there’s a new band on the block. it’s my band, and there’s chiptunes involved. its called Melt Channel, and there’ll be a 12 track album sometime this summer. im really pumped 4 this so i hope you get pumped too!!
anyway here’s a little sample! i promise this is album is gonna be fuuuuuuuun ☆～（ゝ。∂）
“Music in games has always been one of the things I personally felt a lot of attachment to. Music has the power to set the mood in a really powerful way, especially on the Gameboy, where often times the soundtracks are the most impassioned aspect of the game itself. With this song, I wanted to make something that was fun and energetic and could in a way recapture the excitement video games made me feel as a kid, and as with most of the songs made by our band, we went for a fast poppy track that differs from the feel, but still retains some of the elements of video game music.”
-Thomas Wilson (Fuzzheads)
Friday Night At The ASLC
You know me, the bloggin’ freak Knuckles, and we’re at the ASLC. You ready?
Brave (7:00) (9:45) - Another great Pixar movie with a Scottish princess fighting for right to party and/or decide her own fate. Probably that last one.
Penultimate Friday (6:00-11:00) - Normally known as our Final Friday gaming social, it’s coming to you a week earlier and at full force. Our usual gaming social plus an awesome performance by the super rad Fuzzheads, a local chiptune punk band. (performance at 9:30)
Bride Of Frankenstein (8:00) - This week’s Classic Series is the 1935 sequel to Frankenstein, picking up where the original left off.
Homemade Horror Contest (Midnight pre-show) - We asked you guys to make us a short horror film, and now the winner will see their work on the big screen. (side note: some of our members totally submitted some stuff to this, they’re all rad people)
A Nightmare On Elm Street - (12:30) Our midnight feature about the super scary Freddy Krueger. I wouldn’t want to sleep after seeing this movie either.
As always, all films and events are free with a student ID.