10 Best Cuphead Soundtrack Remixes

StudioMDHR’s Cuphead has made quite a name for itself since it was released last year. Leading up to its availability, it was the boss-rush game’s 1960s art style that set it apart from other indie titles, but as players would soon find out, Cuphead is more than just a pretty face; it sounds amazing as well. With a soundtrack that perfectly matches the authenticity of the game’s classic aesthetic and leaves you humming from memory long after you’ve stopped playing, Cuphead bathed in accolades and acclaim for its sound design alone.

If you have any doubts as to the popularity of the Cuphead sound, you need only browse through the web to see how many artists have remixed the game’s OST; you’ll find yourself swimming in search results on YouTube alone.

Having finished the game ourselves and thoroughly enjoyed its tunes, we decided to honor the hard work put in by the people behind the original soundtrack by compiling a list of our favorite remixes, arranged in no particular order. We even created a remix of our own, which we’ve included at the end as a bonus entry. Listen away!

Die House Electro Swing Remix – The Musical Ghost

Floral Fury Remix – RetroSpecter

Clip Joint Calamity Remix – The Living Tombstone

Die House Dubstep Remix – NamSky

Carnival Kerfuffle Electro Swing Remix – RoboRob

Floral Fury Remix – The Living Tombstone

Railroad Wrath Electro Swing Remix – The Musical Ghost

Sugarland Shimmy Remix – Hattoman

One Hell of a Time Remix – RetroSpecter

Porkrind’s Shop Electro Swing Remix – The Musical Ghost

Bonus: Inkwell Isle One EDM Remix – GeekCosmos

So which one is your favorite? Did we miss one that you really like? Let us know in the comments below!

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Sameed Khan

I write, game, design at times, and revel in sarcasm. You can find me on Twitter.