Game Radio Stations

We have 12 radio stations playing Game.


StreamingSoundtracks.com - Scores of Music from Movies, Game, TV & Anime w/Chat & Automated Requests


Bob Crewe & Charles Fox - Barbarella - Pygar Finds Barbarella (1:17)
http://www.streamingsoundtracks.com
Genres: soundtracks score video game

NoLife Radio

xxx - - - NoLife-radio.com - - - xxx 96kbps The Video Games Music Channel
Grandia II - Nightmare village Milm - A good unknown anxiety -- Dreamcast
https://nolife-radio.com
Genres: video game music


Jason Page - Orion subtune1
http://c64radio.com
Genres: game chip retro

Gensokyo Radio - Music. Games. Touhou.


minami - a reason of...
https://gensokyoradio.net
Genres: japanese video game music

GBR gamebytesradio


Café Negro - In Your Eyes (Automagic Superdub) - King Street Sounds / Nite Grooves Tunes For Ridge Racer 7
http://gamebytesradio.net
Genres: video game music

RKSAN ROMERO


OCP -
http:/elmer.primcast.com/radio/546755
Genres: game

Streaming Video Game Music Radio - Gamepad Music


Hidenori Shoji, Saori Yoshida, Satoshi Okamura - SMB1 Space Stage Theme
http://gamepadmusic.com
Genres: video game music radio station

The Solaris Agency + Tristar + Dev-Lab - Radio 01 - [ RESERVE ]


SkyMarshall Arts - Abyss Game 2 (Emulate the Past mix)
http://the-solaris-agency.org
Genres: game remix demoscene netlabel

SimCity stream


13 SC3K Concrete Jungle
http://www.icehosting.nl
Genres: game music

The Solaris Agency + Tristar + Dev-Lab - Radio 02 - [ MAIN ]


The Solaris Agency - TSA Jingle
http://the-solaris-agency.net
Genres: game remix demoscene netlabel

The Solaris Agency + Tristar + Dev-Lab - Radio 01 - [ MAIN ]


Gibs - The Human Race (From Past to Present mix)
http://the-solaris-agency.net
Genres: game remix demoscene netlabel

The Solaris Agency + Tristar + Dev-Lab - Radio 02 - [ RESERVE ]


The Solaris Agency - TSA Jingle 3
http://the-solaris-agency.org
Genres: game remix demoscene netlabel

About Game Music

Video game music refers to the soundtrack or background music from computer games. In its early days the music was restricted by old technological constraints to low bitrate sounds and the use of simple monophonic melodies. Video game music has since developed hugely in more recent years to the same complexity and quality standard as to be expected from television or movie soundtracks.

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