Wednesday, April 24, 2013

"IMPORTED": featuring Japanese Game Composers

Imported is meant to popularize Japanese game music in America by self releasing an album featuring many Japanese game composers.

Launched: Apr 23, 2013 
Funding ends: May 15, 2013 

Japanese video game soundtracks are unique and different from anything we've heard in games in North America. There are games such as Tekken, Beatmania, and Street Fighter which have cool sounding synthesizers, catchy melodies, and great club beats. 

Then there is the music of the Monster Hunter and Final Fantasy franchises and Super Mario Galaxy which give off a grand feeling of adventure and excitement through powerful orchestration. The music of Japanese game composers is surely to get anyone's attention. 

Unfortunately, their music doesn't get much appraisal in North America. Our games tend to gear towards more atmospheric music than melody driven soundtracks. On top of that, importing a game soundtrack from Japan is costly. 

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Sunday, April 21, 2013

Neologic Spasm • John Pescoran • Promo Photos


Neologic Spasm
Black & While Publicity Promo Photographs

As well as producing music under the moniker, Neologic Spasm, John Pescoran is also a well versed Surreal-Pop, Graffiti Artist. When he is not actively producing music or making a series of paintings, he spends countless hours creating a large body of drawings, sketches, video-art pieces and other works of art. With his immersion into Graffiti Sketch art, John was instantly inspired to produce music that would coincide with his unique brand of [Surreal-Pop] Graffiti artwork. 

Unable to keep his Graffiti art in a two-dimensional surface, John set-out to 'turn up the volume' on his new works of art. Like his ability to precisely combine the dreamlike visions of Surrealism with the boldness and optimism of Pop-Art, John manages to combine the sonic harshness of Industrial music with the energy and uptempo beats of Drum and Bass. Ultimately, John Pescoran set out to compose a soundscape that would complement and intensify his new creations.

Friday, April 12, 2013

REAN!MATOR (Free Download)

Neologic SpasmREAN!MATORFree Download