Lo-Fi Music and Anime: What’s The Connection? | Beneath The Tangles


I recently wrote a short post for Beneath The Tangles that is all about Lo-fi music and anime. Strange huh? Well, I hope you find the connection interesting! You can read the whole post here, as below is about half of it. I admit it. I’m addicted. I need help, but I don’t really want […]

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The Music That Pulled You In


Bass! How low can you go? Death row, what a brother knows Once again, back is the incredible The rhyme animal The uncannable D, Public Enemy Number One Five-O said, “Freeze!” and I got numb These lyrics are from one of the first times I really grasped the soundtrack on a video game. I want […]

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10 Video Game Soundtracks To Relax With


I happened upon an interesting music compilation on Youtube the other day, while listening to an explanation of the Chrono Trigger timeline (yeah, go figure that one out!). The video was a relaxing playlist of music from the famed SNES title, Chrono Trigger. I am a huge fan of the series, especially the music, so […]

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5 Of My Favorite Instrumental Video Game Albums 


I am a HUGE music junkie, and my discovery of Spotify has changed my life. I used to use iTunes or Amazon to download music by paying for tracks or whole albums. Usually, I just pick the songs I like and buy a mix of different artists. Most of it is Christian music that I […]

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Lunar Silver Star Story: Wind’s Nocturne Analysis | Beneath the Tangles


Music is a big part of my life, as I listen to it for hours every day. Mostly it’s for background purposes, whether at the gym, during prayer and worship, or while reading, writing, or driving. I never realized how important it was to my life until several years ago, nor did I notice that […]

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Final Fantasy IX Melodies of Life: A Lyrical Introspective


via FINAL FANTASY IX’S “MELODIES OF LIFE”: A LYRICAL INTROSPECTIVE *Click the link above to finish reading the article!* In honor of poetry week, I wanted to write about a certain song from one of my favorite RPGs. Many Japanese songs are written almost in the form of poetry, in my opinion. Sure, many times […]

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Review: Echoes of Wonder – Geeks Under Grace


via Review: Echoes of Wonder – Geeks Under Grace. <- Click to finish reading! Salt of the Sound duo Ben and Anita Tatlow reached out to Geeks Under Grace for a review to be done of their new album, Echoes of Wonder. We reviewed their previous album, Meditations Volume 1 here, and now we can delve […]

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