Masters of VGM is BACK for 2024!

We’re back, and this year Bedroth joins forces together with Christofer “ChrisX” Schenström from the Podcast Gameable Audio.

We are going to update this homepage in the upcoming time, but for now, feel free to join Chris Discord server, the official location where we host this years event and share information.
Link to the server

New for this year in order to motivate more podcasts to join in, the winning composer of this years event will be sent a physical award.

/ Best regards
Bedroth & ChrisX

VGM Masters 2024

Masters of VGM is currently live during all of June, list is updated each Sunday!

Past Masters of VGM

MoVGM Master 2023

Due to issues we’re missing the data from this years VGM Masters.

MoVGM Master 2022

Masters of VGM Playlists

Masters of VGM 2022

  • Pixelated Audio – Masters of VGM 2 – PA180

    Pixelated Audio is back for the second annual Masters of VGM (@MastersofVGM), an event every June where podcasts come together to highlight some game music composers, either personal favorites or some that deserve a bit more attention. The event was created by bedroth, host of Very Good Music and BGMania podcasts. Check out some of the other participating shows in Masters of VGM and see what people are up to, or discover some new VGM podcast favorites!

    We picked a selection of 8 more VGM Masters, all of them amazing women composers, covering a mix of music from the 80s to today.

  • AudioPanicRoom – Episode #54: MUSE

    A contribution to Masters of VGM, this episode showcases MUSE, a sound unit headed by Akira Sato which composed and arranged music for visual novels back in the 90s. Their work appeared almost exclusively on computers like the PC-98 series or the X60000 and is an excellent example of the FM-sound typically associated with these machines. Included are also a few tracks by Akiragumi, another sound team which Akira Sato was a member of.

  • Gameable Audio #012 – Masters Of VGM 2023

    We’re in that specific month where all the Video game music podcasts talk about one specific theme, and this year is not any different, we are back with the theme of Masters Of VGM 2023 and this time we are talking about the unsung and up-and-coming composers, Chris have picked 3 amazing tracks from 3 different composers, interesting twist, Chris have talked about all three composers previously.

    Welcome to this weeks episode of Gameable Audio Podcast.

  • VGM Origins – 1×02 Masters of VGM (Grant Kirkhope and Tee Lopes) with Shootkapow

    It’s June. So that means its time for the second Masters of VGM event. This years Masters of VGM is centered on those who are unsung or up and coming VGM composers. So for the up and coming I have brought tracks from none other then Tee Lopes. For the unsung, the first person who came to mind was Grant Kirkope. And who better then to pick tracks and talk to about Mr. Kirkope then Shootkapow, formally of Very Good Music VGM podcast. We talk about the compser’s, the games their tracks are in, pokemon, life after graduation, games we are currently playing, pokemon, snacks, and….more pokemon (we talk about a lot of pokemon lol).

  • CRT Soundsystem – 021 – Alberto Jose Gonzalez – Masters of VGM 2023

    Join me and Reese again this week as we get mad at Turok and weird European goblins and listen to some bangers from

    @alberto_mcalby for the final episode of this year’s


  • Re-VGM – Episode 76: Chikayo Fukuda (Masters of VGM)

    Here we are, Week 4 of Masters of VGM.

    This week’s composer is Chikayo Fukuda, known for the .hack series that is developed by CyberConnect2. In addition, she also composed for other video games series, such as Naruto, JoJo’s Bizzare Adventure, and Fuga: Melodies of Steel. She writes music with a certain level of elegance; some of the fights, despite being chaotic and random, are rendered calm and soothing.

    For this episode, we’ll be playing tracks from three games from .hack series: INFECTION, G.U., and LINK. Each track will also be followed by a cover and remix.

    I hope you’ve been enjoying these and other episodes of Masters of VGM. Also be sure to check the website for other podcasts that participating.

  • VGMPorium: Video Game Music & More! – Episode 78: Master of VGM (Year 2)

    It’s hard to believe but here we are at the 2nd year of Masters of VGM! This time around the focus is on the underappreciated and up and coming composers. Today you’ll be hearing works from Hikoshi Hashimoto (HIKO), Max Coburn (Maxo), Takehiro Yonemura (CHEMOOL) and Stefan Moser (Effoharkay/eff)

  • A VGM Journey – Level 130: Masters of VGM II

    On this episode of the show. The VGM Podcasting community event @MastersofVGM returns and this time focusing on composers that I consider underrated. Featuring the music of Ichiro Shimakura, Laura Shigihara, Hidenori Shoji and Danny Baranowsky.

  • CRT Soundsystem – 020 – MVGM03 – Hitoshi Sakimoto

    I’m joined by @bashfulinternet this week for Episode 3 of @MastersofVGM to talk about some deep cuts from Hitoshi Sakimoto.

  • Re-VGM – Episode 75: Keiichi Suzuki (Masters of VGM)

    Two composers done, and two left to go, for Masters of VGM.

    This week, we’re taking a dive into the Mother series (Earthbound outside of Japan) and featuring Keiichi Suzuki, the composer for the series who worked with Hirokazu Tanaka (aka “Chip Tanaka” or “Hip Tanaka”. Suzuki is purely a musician, having been in several bands and releasing albums with Moonriders and The Beatniks (with Yukihiro Takahashi of Yellow Magic Orchestra), but he was helped by Tanaka-san’s programming ability, translating notes into bits and bytes. While the series itself is very much niche, the tracks are memorable for those who played it; even one of the tracks popped up in certain memes.

    Hope you’re enjoying this and other episodes during the month of June. Also be sure to check out other podcasts participating in the event at their website.

    Keiichi Suzuki – 1997 Composer Interview

    “MOTHER/EARTHBOUND Composer Keiichi Suzuki Listens to his Original Demo Tape of ‘Eight Melodies’”

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