Video Game LoFi: Pokémon, Out This Friday, is a Wonderfully Chill Pokémon Remix Album

Pokemon Lo-Fi Album

Video Game LoFi: Pokémon, out this Friday, invites you relax with some chilled-out tunes.

Mercifully, it’s not twenty different takes on the TV show’s theme; instead, the tracks in question are taken from Pokémon Red and Blue, Ruby and Sapphire, Gold and Silver and Sun and Moon. Yes, Video Game LoFi: Pokémon goes as far back as the days of the green-tinged Nintendo Game Boy.

The album is the work of artists Besso0 and Save Point but, instead of taking the up-tempo electronica route, they’ve delivered an album that’s ridiculously easy to space out to. The opening track, Pokémon Theme (from Pokémon Red & Blue), is like stepping into a piano bar and getting comfortably drunk on Pokémon-style cocktails.

There are ten tracks in total, which are as follows:

  • Pokémon Theme (from Pokémon Red & Blue) [Lo-Fi Edit]
  • Rustboro City (from Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire) [Lo-Fi Edit]
  • Lavender Town (from Pokémon Blue & Red) [Lo-Fi Edit]
  • Azalea Town (from Pokémon Gold & Silver) [Lo-Fi Edit]
  • New Bark Town (from Pokémon Gold & Silver) [Lo-Fi Edit]
  • Bicycle Theme (from Pokémon Red & Blue) [Lo-Fi Edit]
  • Pallet Town (from Pokémon Red & Blue) [Lo-Fi Edit]
  • Pokémon Gym (from Pokémon Red & Blue) [Lo-Fi Edit]
  • Lillie’s Theme (from Pokémon Sun & Moon) [Lo-Fi Edit]
  • Pokémon Center (from Pokémon Red & Blue) [Lo-Fi Edit]

Video Game LoFi: Pokémon is released digitally this Friday March 25th, and will be landing on BandCamp, Spotify, Apple Music and others – you can find the links here. You’ll can also pick up a physical copy (including a cassette!) via the BandCamp and Materia stores.