Welcome to the world of video game rock artist Mutherpluckin' B!
Here you'll find my own versions of music from classic video games, mostly influenced by '60s, '70s and '80s music styles. So far I've recorded four albums and a few videos and participated in several vgm related collaborations. Feel free to download or buy my records and comment and share as you like.
— Mutherpluckin' B
14 October 2014 – Mutherpluckin' B featured on winter album
I'm one of the lucky participants in the compilation album Super VG Christmas Party
, produced by Ian Luckey of Kirby's Dream Band
. The album will be released before Christmas and I'm currently working on a great Donkey Kong song which will probably feature a few guest musicians as well. See the album's Facebook page
for more information.
14 October 2014 – Further plans for The Mushroom Variety Show
Thanks to all of you who contributed to my IndieGoGo crowdfunding vinyl funding campaign! Unfortunately, we didn't reach the goal to produce a vinyl edition, but I did make a small amount of money which
will definitely be invested in Mutherpluckin' B items, be it t-shirts, posters, Spotify releases or simply new music. Stay tuned for more information!
9 April 2014 – new Mutherpluckin' B song on Turtles 4 collab
The world's most fearsome remixing team, headed by Kyle Crouse, backed by OCRemix
and featuring Mutherpluckin' B, has just released Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shell Shocked
. 22 tracks of pizza power, and it's completely free!
28 March 2014 – New Sunsoft song out!
When Dwelling of Duels
announced Sunsoft Month, I couldn't abstain from participating with one of my favourite vgm songs ever, Strange Memories of Death
from the game Gimmick!. My version, featuring Killed by Koopa keyboardist KGS
on synthesizer, was voted 5th and will appear on a future Mutherpluckin' B album (though not Mushroom Variety Show). Until then, you can hear it on youtube
29 November 2013 – New album out soon!
The new album, entitled "The Mushroom Variety Show", is finished and I'm currently working on the artwork, which is slightly delayed. The album itself has 74 minutes of Nintendo, Sega, C64 and other game covers performed by me and several guests, and will be released online, hopefully along with a vinyl single (we'll see about the latter though). There is also a music video in the making. I'm hoping to release a song or two as a pre-release as well. Stay tuned!