Posts Tagged: Press A

*Press A* ~ The Eternal Castle, Cultist Simulator, Night of the Blood Moon

Kiiro ~ The Eternal Castle A game from 1987 that never existed remade, with a brand “new” soundtrack. This is, of course, the premise of any and all synthwave, of which The Eternal Castle is the latest, most exciting example.

*Press A* ~ The Eternal Castle, Cultist Simulator, Night of the Blood Moon

Kiiro ~ The Eternal Castle A game from 1987 that never existed remade, with a brand “new” soundtrack. This is, of course, the premise of any and all synthwave, of which The Eternal Castle is the latest, most exciting example.

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2018 Leftovers: Gris

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. We thus present the last of three albums that would have been

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2018 Leftovers: Gris

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. We thus present the last of three albums that would have been

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2018 Leftovers: Kingdom – Two Crowns

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. We thus present over the coming days three albums that would have

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2018 Leftovers: Kingdom – Two Crowns

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. We thus present over the coming days three albums that would have

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2018 Leftovers: Below

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. We thus present over the coming days three albums that would have

*Press A* ~ Tasty 2018 Leftovers: Below

The curse of compiling annual lists of our favorite releases is that a few soundtracks are always released too late in the year for us to properly digest. We thus present over the coming days three albums that would have

*Press A* 2018 ~ The Year’s Best Videogame Soundtracks

This year the proliferation of unique styles and new approaches to old genres brought videogame soundtracks to what is perhaps a new high in quality and thought. From niche to popular composers, classical traditions to synthwave, everything we celebrate from

*Press A* 2018 ~ The Year’s Best Videogame Soundtracks

This year the proliferation of unique styles and new approaches to old genres brought videogame soundtracks to what is perhaps a new high in quality and thought. From niche to popular composers, classical traditions to synthwave, everything we celebrate from

*Press A* ~ The Rhythm of Violence in the Hotline Miami Soundtrack

Hotline Miami (2012) is an utterly violent game enamored with the question of agency as well as gaming’s long-standing depictions of different kinds of aggression, and it has one of the most powerful soundtracks in the medium’s recent history. Not only

*Press A* ~ The Rhythm of Violence in the Hotline Miami Soundtrack

Hotline Miami (2012) is an utterly violent game enamored with the question of agency as well as gaming’s long-standing depictions of different kinds of aggression, and it has one of the most powerful soundtracks in the medium’s recent history. Not only

Tim Shiel ~ Glowing Pains: Music from The Gardens Between / Interview

There’s a tension to reconcile when crafting a videogame soundtrack that plays on the mind of Tim Shiel. ‘Normal’ music has a defined path – a start, middle and end – but videogame music is very much nonlinear, dictated or

Tim Shiel ~ Glowing Pains: Music from The Gardens Between / Interview

There’s a tension to reconcile when crafting a videogame soundtrack that plays on the mind of Tim Shiel. ‘Normal’ music has a defined path – a start, middle and end – but videogame music is very much nonlinear, dictated or