Very halloweeny, but can be listened to on any basis, really good, looking forward to seeing more thematic albums like this one, they always turn out well. Keep up the good work.
Favorite track: Welcome to the Crypt.
Happy Halloween! This EP is a collection of what I'm calling 'Halloween electro-funk'. Let's make that a genre. The music was inspired by Danny Elfman, the old Super NES game Zombies Ate My Neighbors, and the gleeful indulgence of OCRemix, a community of game music rearrangement artists that I love.
This was all originally written for the indie PC game FranknJohn, which is currently in early access on Steam, but I decided to release the music early in its own collection as a celebration of my favorite holiday. The track titles and cover art have been chosen to evoke a campy, spooky, horror-themed story.
Sales from this album are going directly towards getting my live show off the ground, paying for equipment and other expenses related to doing live music.
The fabulous cover art was made by Pedro Medeiros of Studio Miniboss. The album also comes with an animated version of the cover art. See more of Miniboss's work here: blog.studiominiboss.com
Pure chiptune bliss, Kaufman's soundtrack for Shovel Knight beats and pounds at the listener's ear drums with heart-pumping tracks that push players towards ultimate shovel-based victory. The track 'An Underlying Problem' which accompanies the stage for The Lost City, brilliantly treads the line of being both climactic and encouraging as you pounce on and dig at the foes in your way. Kyle Renaud