Kyle Okaly is a film composer in Los Angeles. He has decided to get into the nerdy music scene recently and so has written and produce his first album Esoteric Songs with a folk rock style about video games and other geek culture topics. Song topics include Star Craft, Portal, Pokémon, Star Wars, Chrono Trigger, Avatar: The Last Airbender, and more.
Most of the songs on the album are love songs of some sort of another. Several from the perspective someone from the various games that inspired him and one, My Child, that is from father to child, that child being a webpage. It also has a cover of Jonathan Coulton song, Gurl. They all have a melodious quality, the kind that is great for dancing too or just raising your spirits with. Overall a good a set of good songs to listen too, maybe even use some for a romantic evening.
There are two animated song teasers (basically music videos that are not the full song) as well. One for Box 12 (Pokémon love song), animated by Dan Sexton (Crunchlins) and the other Naboolie Portmanteau (a commentary on the intelligence characters in Phantom Menace) animated by Stephen Leotti. More are to released in the future, so keep an eye out for those.
The album is available on bandcamp at Name Your Price. This could be $0, but how about giving the guy a few bucks for his work.