Mana Wave have just dropped two new titles for Black Friday – the soundtrack to indie action platformer Scourgebringer and a lofi arrangement of music from The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time titled “Lofi Of The Woods”.
Scourgebringer is a 2LP available in two color variants – a limited “Chiming Tree” white and blue swirl variant (100 copies, Mana Wave exclusive), and a standard light and dark purple colored variant. It will be housed in a gatefold jacket with artwork by Adrien Brégeot and will include a 24″x12″ art insert.
Lofi Of The Woods is a single LP available in two color variants – a “Forest Temple” green swirl variant, and a “Children Of The Woods” brown swirl variant. It will be housed in a single-pocket jacket with new artwork by ma-ko.
Scourgebringer is priced at $32 for standard and $35 for limited. Lofi Of The Lost Woods is priced at $28. Both are in stock and ready to ship.
Hayward Publishing are releasing “Generations: A Symphonic Tale” on vinyl. It is an arrangement album with music from Kingdom Hearts, The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time, Xenosaga, Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy IX, Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy V.
The release will be a single LP available in two color variants – a limited purple marbled variant, and a standard black variant. It will be housed in a gatefold jacket with artwork by Rowye. The purple variant will also be numbered.
Respawned Records and new label Mango Mage Records are doing a collaborative vinyl release of the The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time piano arrangement album “The Songs Of Time”.
The release will be a single LP available in four different color variants: a “King of Thieves” green and red swirl variant, a “Spiritual Stones” gold with red, blue and green splatter variant, a “Timeless Hero” green and white swirl variant, and a “Dark Reflection” red and black swirl variant. It will be housed in a gatefold jacket with new artwork by Michael Lee.
It was originally announced via an Indiegogo campaign from late last year, but now it’s gotten a proper announcement from Enjoy The Toons Records and a release date.
The 8-Bit Time Paradox is an arrangement album managed in large part by Giovanni Rotondo. It contains arrangements of music from Metroid, Breath Of The Wild, Final Fantasy VII, Ocarina Of Time, Mega Man, Titanfall 2, Shovel Knight, and Battlefield 1. The tracks are performed by several artists known for their video game music arrangements on Youtube and elsewhere on the internet.
The release will be a single LP housed in a GameBoy game-inspired single pocket jacket with art by Jeff Langevin. It will be available in three color variants – “cartridge” grey, “boss battle” purple-in-clear with white splatter, and “time paradox” purple smoke. The two former are limited to 200 copies each and the latter 100 copies.
The release is priced at $21 through Enjoy The Toons Records, and £23 through Giovanni Rotondo’s Bandcamp.
The Yetee have announced that they will be releasing the Timeline EP on vinyl. The Timeline EP is a collaborative effort between VGM cover band Marshall Art and VGM cover musician Cory Johnson.
The release features prog/post-rock style chiptune and guitar arrangements of tracks from The Legend Of Zelda series, Chrono Trigger, Earthbound, and Undertale.
Followers of the artists might recognize the songs, but it’s worth noting that they have been completely re-recorded for this EP (except for MGLV from Undertale, which have instead been remixed and remastered for this release).
The release will be 45RPM 10″ on black vinyl with multicolor splatter. It comes in a single 10″ jacket and features new art by Drew Wise on the front and photography by Ami Moregore on the back.
German label VinylDigital have announced that they will be releasing Shag’s “Flyrule” album on vinyl. The album was originally released digitally in 2011 and features instrumental hip hop remixes of tracks from the The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time soundtrack.
The release will be a single LP in a regular record jacket sporting new artwork by Micha Quär. The LP comes on gold-colored vinyl and will be limited to 300 copies.
The project is called Hero of Time and is “a musical retelling of the story of Ocarina of Time, including key moments that occur before the game’s beginning and during Link’s concealment for seven years”. It will be an hour-long recording of new musical arrangements recorded live by a 64-person orchestra (the orchestra might grow even larger depending how much backing they can get).
The vinyl option is at the $100 tier and will also come with a digital download of the recording, a CD, and a signed postcard. While the price might seem steep to some, keep in mind that this Kickstarter is also for making this recording happen in the first place.
They do note in the Kickstarter that they’re planning a pre-sale for non-backers if the funding is succesful, so there might be an extra chance to get a vinyl copy then.
The Kickstarter opened today, September 30, and runs until October 31, 2016. If it is succesfully funded rewards are scheduled to go out in March 2017.