The connection between videogames and music goes back to the monophonic bleeps and bloops of the earliest games. But by the 1980s, some of the catchiest music ever recorded (well, programmed) came from videogames. Anyone between the ages of 20 and 40 could hum the theme to Super Mario Bros., The Legend Of Zelda or Metroid. Nowadays, videogame makers often license current hits, which seems like a cop-out even if it provides revenue to musicians who aren't banking on recordings lately. But there are still videogame composers working today, and you have the chance to hear two of... More >>>