Introducing… Rob’s Bangers!!

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Here at TiX we are all music fans, some of us have questionable taste in music (I’m looking at Dave there!) but most all of us enjoy the pleasure of a good banger every now and then. Now that Spotify is up and running on your console whether it be Xbox or PS4, you can enjoy the thousands and thousands of tracks available to us all.

I have started things off with some gaming related (but not exclusive) tunes that are perfect to game to. I’ll put a post up each week explaining my choice and why. You can reply here or go over to our Instagram page and get involved with the #musictogameto topic, I welcome your feedback and any suggestions you may have. If you do suggest a tune there needs to be a reason for it and I won’t accept “Just because dis ting is sick ya get me” it would be better if there was a gaming-related story behind your choice, if it’s good enough I’ll add it to the list.

The first track on the playlist comes from The Future Sound of London, the double act have been around for years now and have graced us with some absolute awesome tunes over that time. The more notable one is called “We Have Explosive” released in 1997 it was the title track for none other than Wipeout 2097 on the very first Playstation. Many attempts have been made since to recreate such an iconic soundtrack but none have come close.

The second track is Out of Space by the Prodigy, apart from this tune being a staple rave track from back in the day, I chose this because of the amount of time you spend on loading screen on  the first Destiny. Thankfully you don’t spend that long there now but still the track deserves a play everytime!

The playlist is below so, click it, follow it, then load it on your console of choice and play away. See you next week!!

Hello I’m Rob and I’m a game-aholic.

  • Simon

    Ah music, the great bringer together and divider of people! 🙂

    Max was reading off a certain someones spotify the other day as it goes, it was a truly disturbing moment in time…

    I’d add blow me away by Breaking Benjamin. Was written for Halo 2 and always puts me in a gaming mood.

    Good shout with Muse tracks, love those 2!

  • Richard

    “I’d add blow me away by Breaking Benjamin. Was written for Halo 2 and always puts me in a gaming mood.”

    ^THIS!

    YES, so much YES