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Soundtrack News: Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies & The Internet (Soundtrack From the Netflix Series) is Available Now

 Netflix is excited to announce the release of Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies & the Internet (Soundtrack From the Netflix Series) with music by composer John Dragonetti. The 21-track album is available now on major digital platforms.

Dragonetti created a unique soundscape using an antique piano, creating interesting percussive sounds, as well as an old metal fan, hitting it to create a reverb. Those sounds were the basis for a lot of the drum tracks in the score. Director Brian Knappenberger gave Dragonetti a lot of creative freedom, allowing him to experiment in new and exciting ways.

“A lot of the music doesn’t sound like your usual documentary score. I got a lot of inspiration from music and bands that I’ve loved over the years that aren’t necessarily film music…channeling psychedelic textures with post punk and 80s British synth music,” says Dragonetti.

Director Brian Knappenberger says of the score, “John Dragonetti’s stunning soundtrack for Web of Make Believe is an explosion of musicality that lands us – poignantly – in the sweet spot of this age of chaotic misinformation. Experimental but familiar, it is a drumbeat for humans searching for truth in the technological whirlwind. And like the high note you barely hear at first but becomes more present, there is hope. After all we are emotional creatures stepping into the void of an uncertain future, but it’s going to be okay.”

From Oscar-winning executive producers Ron Howard and Brian Grazer (“A Beautiful Mind”), this docuseries helmed by acclaimed director Brian Knappenberger (“The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez”) tells harrowing true stories of the internet age.

Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies & the Internet (Soundtrack From the Netflix Series)

Tracklisting – 

1. I Am Trying to Forgive (2:52)

2. Cheers From the Bazement (Main Title) (1:59)

3. Gored Tutor (1:49)

4. Mod Chip Scam (2:23)

5. Adelina (3:11)

6. Unanswered Questions (2:13)

7. Floppy Disk (Prelude) (1:24)

8. Floppy Disk (2:19)

9. A Name and a Face (3:34)

10. Loving Yourself (1:58)

11. In the Land of Make Believe (3:15)

12. Before You Die (2:43)

13. No School Today (2:32)

14. Death Index Gold (3:15)

15. Caught in a Metal Fan (2:33)

16. Without Any Consequences (0:50)

17. Pleasant Sadness (2:25)

18. The Lull (1:23)

19. I Remember Waking Up (1:06)

20. Star Chaser (2:24)

21. Burning Castle (2:56)

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Soundtrack News: Summering (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Available Now

Madison Gate Records is excited to announce the release of Summering (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) with music by Drum & Lace. Coinciding with the film’s release, the 23-track album is available today, August 12, on major digital streaming platforms.

The evocative score is a mix of real and synthesized voice, layers of lush synths, plucky and resonant bells, and solo strings and piano. The music perfectly captures the feelings and emotion of the last weekend of summer, as well as supports the timelessness that the movie possesses and puts forth.

Drum & Lace, aka Sofia degli Alessandri-Hultquist, is an artist and composer from Florence, Italy. Her music has been described as being genre-fluid and having a “chameleon-like nature” (A Closer Listen), melding together sampled field recordings, lush layers of synths, chamber instruments and electronic beats. She draws inspiration from film music, music concrete and nature to create textural electronica, often blending unlikely sounds with one another. 

“Creating the score for this film and getting to work with this team was so wonderful and felt so familiar from the start – there was little hesitation on my end as to what I thought a good palette could be to help support the picture. Director James (Ponsoldt), editor Darrin (Navarro), and I seemed on the same page from the start, and the way James talked about the film resonated deeply with me,” said Drum & Lace.

About Summering:

As their last summer before middle school comes to a close, four best friends face the uncertainties of growing up and embark on their biggest adventure yet.

Summering was an Official Sundance Film Festival Selection in 2022.

Summering (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Tracklisting – 

1. Summer Lawns (1:28)

2. Last Weekend of Summer (1:26)

3. End of Summertime Girls (4:32)

4. That Can’t Be Real (0:59)

5. Loose Lips Sink Ships (1:58)

6. Burning Lavender (1:44)

7. You Found Him (2:25)

8. This Is on Us (0:52)

9. Your Colors Are Off (1:00)

10. 100 Feet (0:49)

11. Somebody’s Going to See (2:05)

12. Fine, Pick Him Up (0:52)

13. Laters (1:14)

14. Hands Like Leaves (2:01)

15. Who’s There (1:41)

16. He Had A Family (0:54)

17. The Stuff We Used to Say (1:33)

18. A Séance (3:13)

19. Unexpected Visitor (3:35)

20. Where Have You Been (0:51)

21. You’re a Good One (1:27)

22. Murmurations (2:35)

23. Our Tree (2:50)

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Soundtrack News: Thirteen Lives (Amazon Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Available Now

Milan Records is excited to announce the release of the Thirteen Lives (Amazon Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by composer Benjamin Wallfisch. This 15-track album is available now, on all major digital platforms and the film is available to stream now exclusively on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide.

Golden Globe, BAFTA, 2x Grammy, Emmy and 5x World Soundtrack Award nominated composer Benjamin Wallfisch has worked on over 80 feature films, collaborating with directors including Ron Howard, Ted Melfi, Andy Muschietti, Christopher Nolan, David F. Sandberg, Leigh Whannell, Gore Verbinski, and Denis Villeneuve. His upcoming projects include Ron Howard’s THIRTEEN LIVES for MGM / Amazon and Andy Muschietti’s THE FLASH for DC / Warner Bros.

Thirteen Lives recounts the incredible true story of the tremendous global effort to rescue a Thai soccer team who become trapped in the Tham Luang cave during an unexpected rainstorm. Faced with insurmountable odds, a team of the world’s most skilled and experienced divers – uniquely able to navigate the maze of flooded, narrow cave tunnels – join with Thai forces and more than 10,000 volunteers to attempt a harrowing rescue of the twelve boys and their coach. With impossibly high stakes and the entire world watching, the group embarks on their most challenging dive yet, showcasing the limitlessness of the human spirit in the process.

Wallfisch spent three months working almost daily with director Ron Howard. Of their work together, Howard said:

“Music has always played a vital role in my films, often times serving as a character itself. It was important to us that the music in Thirteen Lives helped us to further embody the Thai culture and create that key element of suspense. My vision for the score was for it to set a tone that was chilling, while also subtle and distinctive. Ben delivers on all those elements, and his score for the film is remarkable. I’m thrilled for audiences to enjoy the experience of listening to it.”

Wallfisch added: 

“The responsibility of finding a musical analogue for this story of unimaginable heroism, without over-dramatizing or trivializing the true events, and of course incorporating the complex and rich musical heritage of the region, was a unique challenge, and one I couldn’t have done without the incredible collaborative spirit Ron has. An honor of a lifetime.”

Some of the finest classical and folk musicians in Thailand were featured in the score, but Wallfisch also hired cello and piano soloists from the UK, as a way to bring two musical cultures together in the spirit of international collaboration that was so essential to the rescue effort.

The score is also at times very experimental, manipulating instruments to make them sound as if they are being warped under water, and with the percussion of the ticking clock being made from samples of the scraping, tapping, and air escape from oxygen canisters, alongside many other unusual score concepts.

THIRTEEN LIVES (AMAZON ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK)

TRACKLISTING – 

1. Thirteen Lives (3:51)

2. Tham Luang (2:36)

3. Rain (2:44)

4. Flood (1:01)

5. Dive (3:50)

6. Navy SEALs (3:33)

7. Oxygen (2:15)

8. Prayer (4:18)

9. Track 9 (4:19)

10. First Customer (1:15)

11. White Umbrella (3:23)

12. Everyone Leaves Today (4:35)

13. All But One (2:05)

14. Reunion (3:16)

15. Soh Long Nan (2:53)

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Soundtrack News: ‘Inu-Oh’ Original Soundtrack Available Now

Milan Records has released the Inu-Oh (Original Soundtrack), an album of music from visionary director Masaaki Yuasa’s latest animated feature about a duo of classical Japanese dance theater performers who take medieval Japan by storm when they begin infusing their traditional performances with a taste of glam-rock. 

Available everywhere now, the album features both instrumental score music and original Japanese vocal tracks written by pioneering composer, multi-instrumentalist and turntablist Otomo Yoshihide. A consummate artist whose experience includes everything from experimental noise music and improvised jazz to contemporary classical and avant-garde pop, Otomo Yoshihide was well-equipped to capture the anachronistic quality of the film’s music, which ranges from traditional score numbers featuring the classical Japanese biwa to modern rock operettas with vocals by Inu-Oh character voice actors Avu-chan (of QUEEN BEE) and Mirai Moriyama.

ABOUT INU-OH

From visionary director Masaaki Yuasa, hailed by IndieWire as “one of the most creatively unbridled minds in all of modern animation,” comes a revisionist rock opera about a 14th-century superstar whose dance moves take Japan by storm.

Born to an esteemed family, Inu-oh is afflicted with an ancient curse that has left him on the margins of society. When he meets the blind musician Tomona, a young biwa priest haunted by his past, Inu-oh discovers a captivating ability to dance. The pair quickly become business partners and inseparable friends as crowds flock to their electric, larger-than-life concerts. But when those in power threaten to break up the band, Inu-oh and Tomona must dance and sing to uncover the truth behind their creative gifts.

INU-OH (ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK)

TRACKLISTING –

  1. Birth – Otomo Yoshihide
  2. A Thousand Biwa Players – Otomo Yoshihide
  3. Journey – Otomo Yoshihide
  4. Dengaku – Otomo Yoshihide
  5. Masked Creature – Otomo Yoshihide
  6. Growth – Otomo Yoshihide
  7. Encounter – Otomo Yoshihide
  8. Prayer – Otomo Yoshihide
  9. Divine Sword – Otomo Yoshihide
  10. Soliloquy – Inu-oh (CV: Avu-chan)**
  11. Ghosts of the Heike Clan – Otomo Yoshihide 
  12. INU-OH I – Tomoichi (CV: Mirai Moriyama)**
  13. Burial Mound of Arms – Inu-oh (CV: Avu-chan)**
  14. INU-OH II – Tomoichi (CV: Mirai Moriyama)**
  15. The Whale – Inu-oh (CV: Avu-chan)**
  16. Viewing the Cherry Blossoms – Otomo Yoshihide
  17. Sinister Designs – Otomo Yoshihide
  18. INU-OH III – Tomoari (CV: Mirai Moriyama)**
  19. Dragon Commander – Inu-oh (CV: Avu-chan) & Tomoari (CV: Mirai Moriyama)**
  20. Ending Theme – Otomo Yoshihide

**Denotes vocal track

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Soundtrack News: ‘Bullet Train’ Original Soundtrack Available Now

Milan Records has released BULLET TRAIN (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SCORE) with music by composer Dominic Lewis. 

Available everywhere now, the album features music written by Lewis for the action-thriller film starring Brad Pitt as Ladybug. Directed by David Leitch (Deadpool 2), the film is a nonstop thrill ride, with Lewis’ compositions to match. Working in close collaboration with Leitch, Lewis crafted an expansive soundscape covering a wide range of genres and styles, each tailored to the dynamic onscreen story and its cast of characters. 

In Bullet Train, Brad Pitt stars as Ladybug, an unlucky assassin determined to do his job peacefully after one too many gigs gone off the rails. Fate, however, may have other plans, as Ladybug’s latest mission puts him on a collision course with lethal adversaries from around the globe—all with connected, yet conflicting, objectives—on the world’s fastest train. The end of the line is just the beginning in this non-stop thrill-ride through modern-day Japan from David Leitch, the director of Deadpool 2.


Of the soundtrack, composer Dominic Lewis had the following to say:

“I really tried to approach this score as some form of concept album, asking myself, ‘What is the perfect needle drop for each moment that tells story and weaves in out of the movie’s arcs, disguised as a song but doing the job of score?’ ‘What if you were flicking through an old vinyl collection and found an obscure ‘70s record, used that for your samples on your album?’ That was the idea for the Bullet Train score, only I had to create that record before approaching each scene.” Speaking of his experience working with director David Leitch, Lewis continues, “A blank canvas can often be accompanied with instructions of which paints to use and where. Not with David. Without his trust, vision, and a collaborative experience that is second-to-none, the stars wouldn’t have aligned to create this gonzo, badass score. I hope audiences have as much fun listening to it as I did making it.”

BULLET TRAIN (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SCORE)

TRACKLISTING –

1. The White Death

2. All Aboard

3. Prince

4. A Modern Plague

5. Royally F#*cked

6. MacGyver

7. Yuichi

8. Toilet Talk

9. Tang Fight

10. Daddy Issues

11. Fructose Overdose

12. The Hornet Stings

13. Bubbles

14. You’re the Diesel

15. Backpack

16. Polythene Pam

17. Tentomushi

18. Kyoto Eki

19. Dochka

20. Mr. Death

21. Anuvva Bruvva

22. Make or Brake

23. Not Carver

24. Fate

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Soundtrack News: Paper Girls Original Series Soundtrack Available Now

Milan Records has released PAPER GIRLS (AMAZON ORIGINAL SERIES SOUNDTRACK), an album of music by Bobby Krlic for Amazon Studios’ new series based on the best-selling graphic novels.

 Available everywhere now, the project is the latest in multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer Bobby Krlic’s extensive resume, which includes both critically-acclaimed, award-winning film, television and gaming scores as well as a successful career releasing music as The Haxan Cloak and working alongside artists like Björk, Father John Misty, Khalid, Troye Sivan and more.

Set in 1988, Paper Girls tells the story of four girls caught in the midst of a war between time travelers and transported to the year 2019 where they set out on a high-stakes journey to return to their present and change the course of their future. Throughout the album’s 17 tracks, Krlic has crafted a dark and atmospheric soundscape that straddles the series’ two timelines, utilizing foreboding synths and tension-building instrumentation to capture the thrilling onscreen story. All eight episodes of Paper Girls are available exclusively on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide.

Of the soundtrack, composer Bobby Krlic had the following to say:

“The world of Paper Girls is something I’ve wanted to explore musically for a long time. It was such a pleasure to have something so rich and nuanced to work to and be inspired by. I wanted to encapsulate the spirit of youth, not only in its boundless energy, but the naivety, trepidation and exploration that comes with the transitory period of childhood. The show and the performances encapsulate that beautifully, and it’s my hope that the music will do the same.”

ABOUT PAPER GIRLS

In the early morning hours after Halloween 1988, four paper girls—Erin, Mac, Tiffany, and KJ—are out on their delivery route when they become caught in the crossfire between warring time-travelers, changing the course of their lives forever. Transported into the future, these girls must figure out a way to get back home to the past, a journey that will bring them face-to-face with the grown-up versions of themselves. While reconciling that their futures are far different than their 12-year-old selves imagined, they are being hunted by a militant faction of time-travelers known as the Old Watch, who have outlawed time travel so that they can stay in power. In order to survive, the girls will need to overcome their differences and learn to trust each other, and themselves. 

PAPER GIRLS (AMAZON ORIGINAL SERIES SOUNDTRACK)

TRACKLISTING –

1. Something’s Not Right

2. The Girls

3. You Travelled 

4. Capital Offence

5. Watching, Secretly

6. Child Soldiers

7. Young Missy

8. We Were Chosen

9. Batteries Not Included

10. We Do It Better

11. Dead Ringers

12. KJ’s Discovery

13. Up Till Dawn

14. Worth a Shit

15. Time Rip

16. A Great Year For Music

17. Get Your Baseball Bat

Will you be checking out the soundtrack for Paper Girls?

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Soundtrack News: Persuasion (Soundtrack From the Netflix Film) is Available Now

Netflix is excited to announce the release of Persuasion (Soundtrack From the Netflix Film) by composer Stuart Earl. Coinciding with the release of the film, the album is available now, on all major digital streaming platforms and includes the single “Quietly Yours” by Birdy. Stuart Earl is an award-winning, Ivor Novello nominated composer. He’s based in London and works in film, television drama and theatre. 

Living with her snobby family on the brink of bankruptcy, Anne Elliot (Dakota Johnson) is an unconforming woman with modern sensibilities. When Fredrick Wentworth (Cosmo Jarvis), the dashing one she once sent away, crashes back into her life, Anne must choose between putting the past behind her or listening to her heart when it comes to second chances.

Regarding the score for Persuasion, composer Stuart Earl had the following to say:

“Composing the score for Persuasion and the creative process with [director] Carrie Cracknell was a complete joy. I was brought on relatively early in the process, which was great, as it allowed me to work on ideas whilst they were still shooting, including writing the music that they dance to in one of the scenes. But what was really creatively enjoyable, was that some of those very early sketches written to script, went straight into the edit and stayed there.”

He continues, “One of the real challenges with the score for Persuasion was getting the balance of tone between the lighter, comedic material alongside the more emotional journey that spans the film. This was something that definitely evolved over time during the editing process and swung between the extremes until we found a mix that seemed to sit well together and hold and deliver both of these tonal ideas together.”

TRACKLIST:

1. Quietly Yours+ 3:54

2. Clifftop Prelude 1:27

3. Journey to Uppercross 1:35

4. Lanterns 0:59

5. Into The Sea 1:39

6. The Letter 2:15

+Original Song by Birdy

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Soundtrack News: ‘The Sea Beast’ Original Soundtrack is Available Now

Milan Records has released The Sea Beast (SOUNDTRACK FROM THE NETFLIX FILM) with music by three-time GRAMMY Award-winning composer Mark Mancina. Available everywhere now, the album features music written by Mancina for Netflix’s animated adventure film. The project reunites Mancina with Academy Award-winning filmmaker and The Sea Beast director Chris Williams, the duo having previously worked together on 2016’s Moana. For their latest collaboration, Mancina has crafted an expansive, multilayered soundscape that adds depth and nuance to the seafaring epic while capturing its adventurous spirit.

In an era when terrifying beasts roamed the seas, monster hunters were celebrated heroes – and none were more beloved than the great Jacob Holland. But when young Maisie Brumble stows away on his fabled ship, he’s saddled with an unexpected ally. Together they embark on an epic journey into uncharted waters and make history. From Academy Award winning filmmaker Chris Williams (Moana, Big Hero Six, Bolt), The Sea Beast takes us to where the map ends, and the true adventure begins.

Of the soundtrack, composer Mark Mancina had the following to say:

“How grateful I am for the opportunity to have composed The Sea Beast’s original score. A successful score, in my opinion, is one that deeply enhances the film, yet can stand on its own. I think our team accomplished that with this score. It was also a great pleasure to collaborate once again with the brilliant Chris Williams.” 

Of his collaboration with Mark Mancina, director Chris Williams adds:

“When I started developing The Sea Beast, I knew I wanted to tell an original story that evoked the classic adventure films I grew up with. And I knew, without a doubt, that Mark would be perfect for it. Mark brought his talents to bear, and created a score that acknowledged its influences without feeling trapped in the past. It’s an invigorating blend of the timeless and the new, and it’s everything I could have hoped for.”

Tracklisting
1. Prelude to the Sea – Mark Mancina
2. The Sea Beast – Mark Mancina
3. King and Queen – Mark Mancina
4. Someday – Mark Mancina
5. Jacob Evolving – Mark Mancina
6. Captain Crow – Nell Benjamin & Laurence O’Keefe
7. The Fight of the Giant Crab – Mark Mancina
8. The Hunters Code – Mark Mancina
9. One More Try – Mark Mancina
10. Jacob into the Sea – Mark Mancina
11. Crow’s Betrayal – Mark Mancina
12. Little Blue – Mark Mancina
13. Red – Mark Mancina
14. Gwen Batterbie – Mark Mancina
15. Wear It Down – Mark Mancina
16. Blue and Maisie – Mark Mancina
17. Maisie’s Speech – Mark Mancina
18. Wherever the Wind Takes Us – Mark Mancina

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Soundtrack News: The ‘Resident Evil’ Soundtrack from the Netflix Series to be Released July 15

Milan Records has announced the release of RESIDENT EVIL (SOUNDTRACK FROM THE NETFLIX SERIES) with music by composer Gregory Reveret. Available Friday, July 15, the album features score music written by Reveret for Netflix’s Resident Evil, the first live-action series of the global franchise.

A longtime fan of Resident Evil, Reveret crafted an action-adventure-horror score wholly unique to the new series, which unfolds over eight episodes and across two distinct timelines. Recording with a South African orchestra, the multidimensional soundscape incorporates heavy percussion, tribal vocal chants and a sound bed largely produced by vintage laboratory test equipment. At times sweepingly orchestral and others darkly industrial, Reveret’s expansive score straddles the divide between the show’s timelines with a genre-defying sound befitting the brand new story.


The soundtrack also features “My Heart Has Teeth,” a brand-new original song from a long-time fan of the franchise, critically acclaimed electronic musician deadmau5 featuring pop vocalist Skylar Grey. For his soundtrack contribution, deadmau5 drew upon his older JUNO and Jupiter synths forgoing trendy analog synths and sci-fi features, resulting in a grindy, downtempo vibe. “’Dystopian suburbia’ is the kind of vibe I had in mind when making this song.  It’s been pretty cool because I like that weird, corporate overtone of this entity that owns the village if you would. I just imagine what that would be like while roughly composing the song with of course the vocal accoutrement of Ms. Skylar Grey.  She’s an amazing talent to work with and she just nailed the lyrics.”  Look for the song to be available as a single on deadmau5’ label mau5trap soon.G

Of the soundtrack, composer Gregory Reveret had the following to say:

“I wanted to explore and push the boundaries from the earlier sounds of the franchise while delivering a fun, action-packed score that would give fans something they could really enjoy and have fun with. The thematic material needed to be bold, to really serve as a continuous thread between the two timelines in the story. I bought this obscure lab/test-equipment that was originally used in NASA laboratories and is not really supposed to make music, but it sounds really interesting and alive. It gave the music a cool industrial edge and eventually became a main feature of the score. Much of the story is based in my hometown of Cape Town, South Africa, so I also worked with local musicians and recorded a South African orchestra, which is something I’m very proud of.”

ABOUT RESIDENT EVIL

Year 2036 – 14 years after the spread of Joy caused so much pain, Jade Wesker fights for survival in a world overrun by the blood-thirsty infected and mind-shattering creatures. In this absolute carnage, Jade is haunted by her past in New Raccoon City, by her father’s chilling connections to the sinister Umbrella Corporation but mostly by what happened to her sister, Billie.

RESIDENT EVIL (SOUNDTRACK FROM THE NETFLIX SERIES)

TRACKLISTING –

  1. Sea of Zeroes
  2. Plague from God
  3. The Doberman
  4. What is Happening
  5. Evelyn’s Plan
  6. Lab Search
  7. My Son is Dead
  8. Venus Flytrap (Main Theme)
  9. Meet Bert
  10. Humvee Chase
  11. Don’t Eat Cats
  12. Home Safe
  13. Lickers Attack
  14. Final Battle
  15. My Heart Has Teeth – deadmau5 featuring Skylar Grey

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Soundtrack News: HOA (Original Video Game Soundtrack) Available July 15

Sony Music Masterworks today releases the lead single from HOA (ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK) with music by composer Johnannes Johansson – listen to “Waltz” here. Johannes Johansson is a Swedish composer and pianist. He is best known for his YouTube channel Akmigone where he posts original music, piano arrangements, as well as other creative piano-related content.

Available in full Friday, July 15 and to preorder now, the album features music composed by Johansson for the breathtaking new puzzle-platforming game from PM Studios. Johansson was assisted by an audio team consisting of orchestrator and sound design Lauri Koivisto, who led the soundtrack’s live recording sessions, and sound engineer Simon Evig, whose mixing, editing and recording expertise brought the music of Hoa together. The resulting 17-track collection matches the peaceful, relaxing atmosphere of the game with captivating story-telling and a touch of nostalgia. Hoa is available to play now on PC, Mac and consoles.

Hoa is a beautiful puzzle-platforming game that features breathtaking hand-painted art, lovely music, and a peaceful, relaxing atmosphere. Experience the magic of nature and imagination as you play the main character, Hoa, on her journey through breathtaking environments back to where it all began.

HOA (ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK): TRACKLISTING –

  1. Intro
  2. Waltz
  3. Hoa
  4. Bouncy Larvas
  5. Dance of the Ladybugs
  6. Hello Rocks
  7. Underwater
  8. The Factory
  9. Rescue
  10. Alarm
  11. RUN!
  12. Remember
  13. Memory
  14. Lullaby
  15. Lullaby (Mirror)
  16. Lullaby (Upside Down)
  17. Lullaby (Reverse)

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