Posted on November 22 2020 by Sean Gadus
The Milk Bar from Majora’s Mask is one of the most interesting locations in the Zelda universe. The highly exclusive bar requires their members to show their proof of membership in the form of the Romani’s Mask. The location, which is only open for a few hours each night, is also the premier musical venue in Clock Town. Overall, Zelda games rarely have locations resemble places that could exist in our modern would, so the chill hangout and live music venue feels very special within the series.
This acoustic guitar and drum arrangement of “Milk Bar” by Steven Strums perfectly captures the relaxing atmosphere of the exclusive club. It is a fun arrangement that feels very faithful to the original version in Majora’s Mask, though the updated instrumentation is a welcome change to the classic tune. The acoustic guitar carries the melody while the drums provide a solid foundation/tempo.
Overall, I enjoy this arrangement of “Milk Bar”. If there is ever is a more extensive remake of Majora’s Mask, I would love for a similar arrangement to be use within the game. Generally, I would love to see more acoustic guitar used within the Zelda franchise because it is an extremely versatile instrument.
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