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.
The release is priced at $20 and can be ordered from The Yetee here now. It is not a preorder, so it should be ready to ship out to buyers very soon.
The Yetee have revealed that they are releasing the soundtracks to the two Tribute Games games Curses N’ Chaos and Wizorb on vinyl. Curses N’ Chaos is composed by Patrice Bourgeault and Wizorb by Jean Chan.
Both are single LP releases housed in standard record jackets. Curses N’ Chaos comes on black and red merge colored vinyl, the jacket features art by Ian, and the release is limited to 500 copies Wilding. Wizorb comes on a picture disc, features art by Drew Wise, and is limited to 250 copies.
And if that’s not enough they are also releasing a new variant of the Ninja Senki soundtrack – a DX classic shuriken picture disc. Also limited to 250 copies.
All 3 titles are priced and $25 and are ready to ship.
Curses N’ Chaos can be ordered here.
Wizorb can be ordered here.
Ninja Senki (both variants) can be ordered here.
Yetee Records have announced that they will be releasing Curtis Schweitzer’s soundtrack to the game Starbound on vinyl.
The release will be a 2LP on 180g vinyl with one disc being on purple translucent with black swirl and the other on gold translucent colored vinyl. The records will come in a gatefold jacket with the game’s logo in gold foil letters. Artwork for the release has been done by Drew Wise.
The release will be limited to 500 copies and is priced at $35. Orders will go up later today (June 22, 2017) via The Yetee’s web store here.
The Yetee have announced two releases for Record Store Day – Chipzel’s soundtrack to Interstellaria and Patrice Bourgeault’s original and DX soundtracks to Ninja Senki.
The Interstellaria release is a 2LP on black vinyl with blue and white “space” splatter and comes in a jacket with new artwork by Marie Bergeron.
The Ninja Senki release is also a single LP, but comes on a pixelated shuriken picture disc on clear vinyl and comes in a textured jacket with new artwork by Drew Wise. Ninja Senki will be limited to 250 copies.
Both releases will come with a download code for digital copies of the soundtrack.
Interstellaria is ready for shipping on Record Store Day, while Ninja Senki will begin shipping in late June 2017.
Interstellaria can be ordered here now, and Ninja Senki can be preordered here.
It was teased via a small YouTube-clip from The Yetee back in January, but now it’s up on their website and it is set to release on Saturday – April 16th (Record Store Day 2016).
Black Materia is a rap/hiphop album by Mega Ran & Lost Perception in which they use background music and samples from Final Fantasy VII. The album was originally release on CD and digital back in 2011, but is now receiving a vinyl release as well. The vinyl version has been remixed and remastered with new orchestrated Final Fantasy VII arrangements by R23X. A full remaster of the track “Avalanche” have been uploaded to Soundbutt. Additionally, the full unremastered album can still be streamed via Bandcamp, although the new version is bound to be somewhat different.
The album features completely new artwork done by Drew Wise.
The album will come out on a 140g 2LP via Yetee Records. It’s marketed as a limited edition, but there’s no word on how limited it is.
The Black Materia 2LP can be ordered from their website here (orders cannot be placed until April 16, though).