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  1. If you've played Tales from the Borderlands, you'll definitely remember the licensed music tracks that seemed to fit perfectly with each episode. However, if you're anything like me, sometimes you forget to check out the track names when the credits roll. Sure, you could use Google to find the track names, but you'd have to sift through a dozen pages for each one and ain't no one got time for that in today's busy world. Luckily, Telltale has our backs. They've kindly thrown together a Spotify playlist with the tracks that appear in Tales from the Borderlands, which also includes a selection of music from Borderlands 2. If you don't have or want a Spotify account, we've included the track names below. Episode One - Zer0 Sum "Busy Earnin'" - performed by Jungle from their self-titled album Jungle. Episode Two - Atlas Mugged "Kiss the Sky" - performed by Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra from the album Voices and Choices. Episode Three - Catch a Ride "Pieces of the People We Love" - performed by The Rapture from the album Pieces of the People We Love. Episode Four - Escape Plan Bravo "To the Top" - performed by Twin Shadow from the album Eclipse. Episode Five - The Vault of the Traveler "Retrograde" - performed by James Blake from the album Overgrown. "My Silver Lining" - performed by First Aid Kit from their album Stay Gold. "Carfire on the Highway" - performed by Chrome Canyon from the album Elemental Themes. Who is ready to bust out some Claptrap dance moves while grooving to these Borderlands tracks? Throw in a little Cage the Elephant and a track or two from The House That Dirt Built and you could have a pretty killer Borderlands party playlist! View full article
  2. If you've played Tales from the Borderlands, you'll definitely remember the licensed music tracks that seemed to fit perfectly with each episode. However, if you're anything like me, sometimes you forget to check out the track names when the credits roll. Sure, you could use Google to find the track names, but you'd have to sift through a dozen pages for each one and ain't no one got time for that in today's busy world. Luckily, Telltale has our backs. They've kindly thrown together a Spotify playlist with the tracks that appear in Tales from the Borderlands, which also includes a selection of music from Borderlands 2. If you don't have or want a Spotify account, we've included the track names below. Episode One - Zer0 Sum "Busy Earnin'" - performed by Jungle from their self-titled album Jungle. Episode Two - Atlas Mugged "Kiss the Sky" - performed by Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra from the album Voices and Choices. Episode Three - Catch a Ride "Pieces of the People We Love" - performed by The Rapture from the album Pieces of the People We Love. Episode Four - Escape Plan Bravo "To the Top" - performed by Twin Shadow from the album Eclipse. Episode Five - The Vault of the Traveler "Retrograde" - performed by James Blake from the album Overgrown. "My Silver Lining" - performed by First Aid Kit from their album Stay Gold. "Carfire on the Highway" - performed by Chrome Canyon from the album Elemental Themes. Who is ready to bust out some Claptrap dance moves while grooving to these Borderlands tracks? Throw in a little Cage the Elephant and a track or two from The House That Dirt Built and you could have a pretty killer Borderlands party playlist!
  3. Last year, Twitch implemented an automated music system to scan for copyright infringement on livestreams. The system resulted in thousands of flagged streams with half-hour chunks of muted audio when viewed in archived form. Earlier this year, the streaming service launched an attempt to give streamers a non-muted musical alternative with Twitch Music, a library of music that helps users know 100% what music is okay for streaming on Twitch. The initial library launched with less than 500 songs, but now the cleared selection has grown to include over 1,000 tracks. While most of the initial selection consisted mostly of EDM, the expanded music list now includes hip hop and metal. The diversification of the sounds is certainly welcome, as is the curation of playlists for streamers who are unsure where to start with a library of unfamiliar artists. The music in the Twitch Music seems to be hosted primarily on Soundcloud and Spotify, so check it out when you get a chance and create a playlist of your own that won't be muted when you watch your past broadcasts.
  4. Last year, Twitch implemented an automated music system to scan for copyright infringement on livestreams. The system resulted in thousands of flagged streams with half-hour chunks of muted audio when viewed in archived form. Earlier this year, the streaming service launched an attempt to give streamers a non-muted musical alternative with Twitch Music, a library of music that helps users know 100% what music is okay for streaming on Twitch. The initial library launched with less than 500 songs, but now the cleared selection has grown to include over 1,000 tracks. While most of the initial selection consisted mostly of EDM, the expanded music list now includes hip hop and metal. The diversification of the sounds is certainly welcome, as is the curation of playlists for streamers who are unsure where to start with a library of unfamiliar artists. The music in the Twitch Music seems to be hosted primarily on Soundcloud and Spotify, so check it out when you get a chance and create a playlist of your own that won't be muted when you watch your past broadcasts. View full article
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