Jim Guthrie have just announced that he’s running a crowdfunding campaign in order to release his Below soundtrack on vinyl.
If the campaign is succesful the vinyl release will be a 2LP with one record on blue and the other on purple vinyl. It will be housed in a triple gatefold jacket with die-cut, foil-stamped inner sleeves and artwork by Tony Chan.
The campaign is aiming for $10,500 and will run until May 18, 2019. The standard tier is $50 for the vinyl release, and additional higher tiers will include additional bonuses like extra downloadable content and a poster.
If the campaign is succesful the vinyl release is planned to ship out around July 2019.
iam8bit have announced that they will be releasing a “Super Deluxe” edition of the soundtrack to Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP on vinyl. The soundtrack have previously been released (and repressed multiple times) by composer Jim Guthrie himself, but this new edition will be the first to include the full score and remixes.
The remixes on the album will be done by Doseone, SCNTFC, C418, Sam Webster, Jessica Mak, Lena Raine, and Jim Guthrie himself.
The release will be a 2LP with one record on green translucent vinyl and the other on clear and green translucent split vinyl. It will be housed in a gatefold jacket with new glow-in-the-dark artwork by Drew Wise. It will also come with a poster by Scott Benson and a slipmat.
Out of nowhere a listing has appeared on iam8bit’s webstore for the Planet Coaster soundtrack by Jim Guthrie and JJ Ipsen. Guthrie had previously hinted about a vinyl release of this on his Twitter account, but these are the first specifics announced.
The release will be a 2LP on “day-turns-to-night” blue and red vinyl. It comes in a gatefold cover with the discs housed in printed inner sleeves, and with all new artwork by Syd Weiler. It also comes with a digital download for the soundtrack.
People who order before March 19 will get an extra bonus in the shape of a limited edition slipmat.