The fourteenth installment of the monthly videogame music series takes place at the 2009 Game Developers Conference.
From the same Sebastian Wolff responsible for the World of Goo piano medley comes his Cave Story piano medley. The YouTube video appears on the blog of Nicalis, the company currently putting the finishing touches on the WiiWare port of the game.
Kotaku has embedded a player for readers to sample the entire soundtrack to Braid. Comprised of licensed tracks from Magnatune artists Cheryl Ann Fulton, Shira Kammen and Jami Sieber, the music from Braid is now available for purchase on CD or MP3s through the Magnatune website.
Sample tracks from the Star Onions' second album, along with comments by composer Naoshi Mizuta, are now on the Square Enix Music website. The album, comprised of Final Fantasy XI arrangements, will go on sale May 20 in Japan.
Interview with the two artists, Eirik "Phlogiston" Suhrke and Rich "DisasterPEACE" Vreeland, behind the Pause netlabel for chiptunes and the Plus video game soundtrack netlabel.
Raycatcher by Vancouver developers Thinking Studios and Greener Grass Games syncs gameplay to your mp3s from your personal computer. Musician Noobie Noobinson has posted the five-track album to Bandcamp.
Hirokazu "Hip" Tanaka, the composer of Metroid, rocks out with Power Play, an NES cover band, at 8bit Cafe in Tokyo.