Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Like the sims themselves, the music in the Sims games has evolved over time. Now that they are moving out of suburbia and into the big city, the sims need their own soundtrack to dance and thrive to. There are many artists that lend their talents to the soundtracks, and we caught up with some of them to see how they got involved in their music and how they stumbled into making music for games.
Below we have Mickey Factz who did "Dreamland" for The Sims 3 on console, along with King Fantastic (artists Killer Reese One and Troublemaker), Hadag Nahash (Guy Mar), and Electrolightz (Eroc, Name Brand, Rami Dearest, and Barry Romance) for The Sims 3: Late Night.
For the interview, check it out here.
In this fourth installment of “Any Given Monday” Yelawolf and Cisco Alder (from the group Swayze) stop through 3LD headquarters, Mickey Factz comes back home and Pill explains the origins of the term “Going Ham”.