Whoever's got them up on Bandcamp is doing so? Normally, if you want to sell a cover version of someone else's song, you have to have some kind of agreement with them, they're the legal license holder for their music.
I wonder if it belongs legally to Yasunori Mitsuda/Nobuo Uematsu, or if their contracts stipulate that Square-Enix retains the copyright? Whoever is selling that soundtrack on bandcamp is fully vulnerable to a C&D if they have not cleared these covers with SE's legal.
Whoever "AntiDracula" or whatever is, they ought to try harder to cover their butts...
There's a thing called Fair Use, and it constitutes that any derivative work can be considered legally as parody or homage if it is not making financial profit, and thus circumvents the otherwise illegal infringement of copyright and intellectual property. This, of course, ultimately is up to the holder of said intellectual properties and copyrights, who can decide to issue cease and desist notices and/or pursue legal action against things which otherwise are protected by Fair Use. Thankfully, many such holders and publishers allow such works to exist, since they recognize them for the free advertising they are.
My larger projects are up on Bandcamp in order to be more readily accessible to my fans in higher-quality formats that do not require me to shell out additional money to expand storage space on my various cloud accounts. That is, quite simply, the chief reason that I use the site. I don't feel like shelling out money on Dropbox to support the additional gigs upon gigs necessary to hold multiple 50+ ~1000kbps FLACs projects for indefinite periods of time.
In my case, I have almost a decade of doing game-music covers and such album arrangement releases as the one for this project, several Final Fantasies, and quite a few others. I've had more than my fair share of copyright disputes with publishers, some third-party and tiny and others quite large and well-known in the industry, and to date I have never lost such a dispute.
Because I know what shit is and isn't legal and what I can and cannot do and what rights I do and do not have.
You say I need to cover my ass? That I'm vulnerable to a lawsuit and C&D automatically just by putting cover works on Bandcamp?
Let me educate you for a moment, since you clearly have no comprehension of how this process actually works.
See that little thing on the bottom saying "name your price?"
That means the entirety of the album is free, meaning that I will make no profit or otherwise financial gain from the album.
If fans choose to pay for the album of their own volition, then from a legal standpoint these amounts are considerable as donations, as I myself am not deliberately charging for the content. And donations do not violate copyright law. And let me note that those donations are very few, with many opting to obtain the album for free as I have always intended them to.
"Cover my butt," indeed. As if I'm some sneaky amateur trying to profit off someone else's IP. What a rude thing to assume.