This is a video of Mariachi Entertainment System playing "Gerudo Valley" from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in the style of mariachi: View this video on YouTube youtube.com Put on some headphones and watch this. You'll want to conquer the world immediately after. Mariachi Entertainment System is known for giving classic video game themes the mariachi treatment, combining two radically different music styles into one. It's truly badass. https://www.facebook.com/MariachiEntertainmentSystem/photos/pb.607318376056631.-2207520000.1456957474./834930929962040/?type=3&theater https://www.facebook.com/MariachiEntertainmentSystem/photos/pb.607318376056631.-2207520000.1456957474./838959139559219/?type=3&theater https://www.facebook.com/MariachiEntertainmentSystem/photos/pb.607318376056631.-2207520000.1456957474./835405086581291/?type=3&theater The band's repertoire includes covers of video game classics like Mega Man, Metroid, The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV, Street Fighter II, CastleVania, Tetris, Super Mario World, Kirby, Duck Tales, and Chrono Trigger. "I think it's very common for mariachis to want to explore other genres of music using mariachi instrumentation and arrangement," bandleader David Ortiz tells BuzzFeed. Facebook: MariachiEntertainmentSystem "Being a gamer, I chose to explore video game music first...My wife Carla really encouraged me and told me to believe in my abilities as an arranger and to ignore the negative talk about what is considered 'traditional mariachi'...I found some other mariachis who enjoy it as I do, and have helped me tremendously." The San Antonio-based mariachi band has been playing together for the last six years and most of their mariachi covers can be found on their YouTube channel. Facebook: MariachiEntertainmentSystem Members include David Ortiz, Amy and Alfredo Rabago, Lotus Blossom, Robert Casillas, D00MSDAY Lozano, Gilberto Martinez, Captain Mandi Lozano, and Adrian the Mexican Viking. Check out their awesome Star Wars "Throne Room" cover and be sure to subscribe to their YouTube channel: View this video on YouTube youtube.com Also, you can check out Mariachi Entertainment System on Twitter and Facebook.