Posts tagged: game music
100 fantastic video game soundtracks from the 2010s
Press A to play: Video game music and the piano
Daft Punk Floyd: Risk of Rain composer fuses electronica with prog rock
Chatting with Chris Christodoulou is fun for several reasons: his music kicks ass; he’s worked on unique and innovative projects including Risk of Rain and The Sea Will Claim Everything; and the guy has opinions to spare about the state of game music.
Laced Records 2019 release round-up
20+ funkalicious music tracks from video games
We got our groove on and slapped together some of the finest, funkiest tunes ever to grace a video game.
By Thomas Quillfeldt
What is Post-chiptune?
We briefly ponder whether a strand of music found in video games, particularly soundtracks from the ‘golden age of indie’, deserves its own subgenre.
PlayStation’s UK music team on the cinematic grime of Blood & Truth’s London
Laced With Wax chats to the composition duo behind PSVR shooter Blood & Truth about being experimental pioneers in music for VR, how orchestral grime was the obvious fit for a blockbuster action story set in London, and their hopes for the future of audio on the next-gen PlayStation. By Thomas...
Recipe: How to cook up a peaceful JRPG village theme
Meet the chiptune lover who listened to 250k+ video game music tracks (so you don’t have to)
Interview: Fallout composer Inon Zur on creating ‘other-world music’
Taking the pith: Game journalists describe their favourite soundtracks in as few words as possible
VGM Subgenres: The anxious calm of Resident Evil save room music
Interview: How PES 2019 found its music mojo
We spoke to music supervisor Lauren Wilson of sync agency Record-Play about using licensed music to push Pro Evolution Soccer forward.