Black Screen Records have announced that they will be releasing the soundtrack to Fabraz’ upcoming action-platformer Slime-san on vinyl.
The soundtrack is composed by the following handful of chiptune and electronic music artists: Richard Gould, Adhesive Wombat, Mischa Perella, FantomenK, Meganeko, Kommisar, Tiasu, Lumena-tan, Kubbi, Carl Clark, Inverse Phase, Saad Akter Ali, and Michael Miller.
The release will be a 2LP on 180g vinyl and comes in two color variants – solid green and black.
The album is scheduled to release in late June/early July 2017. It cannot be preordered yet, but you can sign up to get notified for when orders open here.
Also it’s worth noting that this release will not be included in Black Screen Records’ recently announced Mystery Bundle #2.
Black Screen Records have announced that they will be releasing Jessica Curry’s acclaimed soundtrack to the game Dear Esther on vinyl.
The release will be a 2LP available on 180g black or 180g limited edition white vinyl. It will be cut at 45RPM and remastered specifically for vinyl. It will also feature new original artwork by Alex Grahame and liner notes by Jessica Curry. Finally, it also comes with a download code for the game and the digital soundtrack.
It is priced at €30 and is scheduled to release on February 14, 2017. Preorders are open now via Black Screen Records.
…and yes, there is a vinyl option.
The album “Rayman by Rémi” has been underway for some time, but yesterday a site describing the album as well as showing off some mockups was revealed. Alongside that site was the information that a Kickstarter would be launched today.
The arrangement is done by Rémi Gazel who is also the original composer from the game. The arranged album is described as being a “Jazz/Rock/Symphonic/Electro” album.
For this album Rémi have teamed up with some labels who are very much familiar with game music – Black Screen Records and Data Airlines. Black Screen Records will be handling the vinyl release which will be a 2LP with one record on orange and one on blue vinyl. The vinyl tier is priced at €32 (with an early bird tier at €29).
If the €140,000 stretch goal is met a third 12″ record with electro remixes will be added to the release.
The campaign will run from today and until December 16, 2016. If the campaign meets the goal of €50,000 then backer rewards are expected to ship out April, 2017.
You can back the project now on Kickstarter via this link.
Today Black Screen Records announced that they will be releasing Jonah Senzel’s soundtrack to the game Pony Island on vinyl.
The release wil be available in two different variants – 180g black and 180g clear vinyl. The album comes with new artwork done by the game’s developer Daniel Mullins. And as an extra bonus the release includes a digital download of the soundtrack as well as a Steam code for the game.
Worth noting is that this is the fourth and final title to be included in Black Screen Records’ Mystery Bundle, where you get their four latest titles all at once.
The release is scheduled to ship out in November and preorders are open now via Black Screen Records’ webstore.
Some of you might’ve guessed it from our social media teasers or from the entertaining Twitter conversation between Black Screen Records and Chris Christodoulou last week. But in case you didn’t now the news are official – Black Screen Record will be releasing Chris Christodoulou’s soundtrack to the rogue-like indie platformer Risk of Rain.
The release will be on a 2LP with one disc on purple and one on gold colored vinyl housed in a gatefold jacket with liner notes from Chris Christodoulou. As an added bonus it comes with both the full digital soundtrack and the “Engineer Edition” of the soundtrack, which contains all the separate audio stems for all the main groups of instruments used in the soundtrack.
The release is priced at €24 and is open for preorders now via Black Screen Records’ webstore. The release is scheduled to go out late October 2016.
Over the past couple of days Black Screen Records have been posting teasers about their third release on Twitter, and today they finally confirmed that they will be releasing Eirik Suhrke’s soundtrack to Downwell on vinyl.
The release comes on 180g red vinyl and includes a 12″ screen print and brand new artwork by Mushbuh. It also includes a digital download for the album.
Preorders will open on August 3 through Black Screen Records web store here.
Black Screen Records teased this soundtrack a while back by posting a sound clip on social media of them playing the test pressing, but now the official announcement is out – Black Screen Records are releasing Joris de Man’s Velocity 2X soundtrack on vinyl.
The release will come on 2LP 180g vinyl with one disc on solid neon pink vinyl and the other on solid blue vinyl. The release also comes with an A2 poster with artwork from the game and an instant MP3 download of the digital soundtrack.
The release is scheduled to ship out on August 19, 2016, is priced at €24, and can be preordered from Black Screen Records’ store here.
But that’s not all – if you’re feeling adventurous you can also preorder a mystery bundle containing the Velocity 2X soundtrack + the next 3 soundtracks from Black Screen Records. This bundle is €80 and is slightly cheaper than buying the albums individually. On the downside they won’t ship out until November. The mystery bundle can be preordered here.
Fans of the Oddworld games rejoice! Today it’s been revealed through Oddworld Inhabitants that a soundtrack from Oddworld: New n’ Tasty will be released on vinyl.
It will include brand new remastered tunes from Oddworld: New n’ Tasty as well as new mixes from the original Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee on what looks like a grey colored vinyl. As a bonus it will include a poster, a Steam code for the Oddworld: New n’ Tasty game, and the full soundtrack to the game as well as the soundtrack to the original Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee.
You can see the full tracklist for the vinyl version now over at Oddworld Inhabitants.
It will be revealed at the EGX event in Birmingham, UK this weekend. It will be released by Black Screen Records. Release date, price, pressing numbers, and where to buy is yet to be disclosed but stay tuned!