VGBeats takes control of SEGA Mixer Drive as part of RadioSEGA's Summer Shakeup week, bringing you an hour of SEGA remixes in the mix!
- Tudd & General Offensive - Space Port
- Mykah - Emerald Hill (Sonic
June was set to have an odd structure – to the point that this is the only regular show for the entire month. With summer temperatures soaring, the hype for a week’s holiday was real – as well as the prospect of bringing Sega tunes to the beac
The May Mystery Mix focused on the power of teamwork! Every single track in the setlist had at least two people working on them – whether being individual artists working together, a band jamming together, or both at the same time. Don’t alwa
This regular show got aired days after people in the UK were allowed to meet people indoors once again! Though, music and speech alike got tangled with the drink and Rexy had the eye of first blood and drew a tiger. Or something like that.
After two years, the Eurovision special had returned to SMD! Arrangers from all participating countries packed the setlist and showed the power of what Europe (and Australia) is capable of musically. That’s douze points for everyone!
With days prior to the Sega Saturn anniversary, that meant a cause for celebration. Just like last year, very few games on that system got a repeat – showing the breadth of Saturn spread and how fans and professionals alike acknowledged their
Three months into the current season, Rexy combined her remix explorations with talks about a recent exploration in speedrunning. Music is powerful – it can hype you so much you can run for your life, or it can calm you immensely during the af
Yatta! April’s Mystery Mix had a focus on games by Japanese developers. Whether it remained behind its borders or got translated into English, these passionate games got equally passionate interpretations – including Persona 5 Scramble gettin
Rexy got a new Windows-10-ready PC earlier that week! That set the tone for this week’s regular show, working with updated technology to provide a smooth Sunday setlist – including a show debut for one of OverClocked Remix’s most experimental
You have heard Sonic the Hedgehog on most episodes, but occasionally, the blur blur is expected to get benched. That is where Sonic Free Week comes in – lots of other Sega IPs taking the spotlight and getting set to steal hearts (if not stolen
Happy Easter! If you didn’t feel sweetened up from chocolate, the tunes did just that with their own brand of primarily synthetic beats through this regular show. It’s so sugar, there’s even a full-on dubstep block that may even make Gavvie b
Rexy's past week had a lot of running - spot-jogs on SEGA Sunrise, a mobile release with a certain bandicoot, and now running through an SMD Mystery Mix filled with live performers. The healthier the body, the nimbler their fingers!
In the aftermath of Name Pending, Rexy dug up some trivia about the SMD test pilot and tried exploring RikDraws's idea of RS broadcasting from space. It's also the episode where one new track sparked a discussion about drug use in kid-friendly
Happy 15th anniversary, RadioSEGA! In a diversion from the norm, Rexy's choice of tunes was primarily tracks heard early on in various RS live shows past and present. Could the next 15 years also provide such strong live content?
This regular show fell a day before children returned to school in the United Kingdom, inspiring Rexy to add some revitalizing tracks - including new material and some rare cinematic interpretations of some Sega classics. Don't forget your pop
The first mystery mix of the season coincided with the Gameblast 2021 fundraiser for Special Effect. And knowing of Sega's history, Rexy formed a setlist based on a time when Sega was at its peak. We are running in the '90s!
Your "howling owl" host went through the first regular show of 2021, under the knowledge of the announcement of Sega Sunrise next month. Rexy may like her caffeine, but it’ll take more than a full playlist of remixes to wake her the next mornin
The winter catchup ended here with the first half of February, the return of the Source Roulette and a push for those sultry #SEGAPickUpLines for Valentine's Day. But this was also the episode where technical difficulties ran amok more than us
Season 9 of SEGA Mixer Drive is underway, showcasing a mammoth-sized amount of new material from January and the first requests of 2021. Six weeks away from the airwaves meant a catchup on how Rexy and the Discord chat spent their Winter vacat
Rexy returned briefly out of Winter break to take part in RadioSEGA’s WinterFest 2020 – playing wintery (mostly) Sega tunes and giving away prizes to the audience. Who among the Discord dwellers won themselves a copy of The Art of Crash Bandic
The season finale hit, and so did a whole bunch of throwbacks from the show’s past 10 months as well as the candidates for the Fan Choice Remix of the Year. It also was that one episode where the audience also paid witness to the end of an era
A curveball got thrown for the penultimate show of season 8, with a full episode aired on fan arrangements for Crash Bandicoot. It’s a theme Rexy was already excited about, but little did she know that a question of the week surprise was in the
In the last regular show of the season, the chat discussed goals for 2021, mixed musician names up and begun their selection for potential Fan Choice Remix of the Year candidates – all in a backdrop of arranged tunes including a newcomer on the
Pledge allegiance to the blue brand in a set full of arrangers from the United States – the largest English-speaking nation! Over a dozen unique states were represented in a broad set, including a lot of Sonic Rush series representation!
The second regular show of November ended up having an early animé explosion from the Discord chat, as well as a sneaky appearance from EAR that changed the tone significantly. The tunes remained upbeat throughout, promise!
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