Independent Music & Audio Talent | The Higher Eclectic Ground Thread

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    Four Levels & a Boss | Caleb Cuzner
    Four new level-specific background tracks and a Battle Collective theme have just made their way onto Caleb Cuzner's library of game music. Deriving from Mario & Kirby's playful/upbeat rhythm, these include --


    Joyful Seashore



    Funky Jungle



    Icy Speckles



    Lively Canyon



    Battle Collective​

    All available for use in your work. Which one will you be downloading/requesting this month? Simply e-mail sean.b[at]highereg[dot]com once you've made up your mind. :)
     
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    2022 A.D | Van Reeves


    If you've been a follower of Van Reeves' roster of video game music, you're probably no stranger to his Blade Runner inspirations.

    This month 2022 A.D., his latest cyberpunk musical experiment, draws from the OST of the Blade Runner short Blackout 2022. Now available with a Creative Commons license for use in your game projects. Download/original music requests may be sent to sean.b[at]highereg[dot]com, while here is the rest of Reeves' library.
     
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    PROCESS | Sam Oz


    Really all Studio Agami's PROCESS wants to do with its original soundtrack is be evocative of zen.

    Composer Sam Oz maintains a strong sense of cool throughout, relying primarily on synthesized guitars and vocals in his 11-track album for the memory-reflex puzzler. Play it and/or download the original score for free via Sam's music profile
     
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    Tanks Furry | JMD


    The Amiga was well-before my time although I wish it wasn't just for the sake of this trailer.

    Two years since Project R3D launched Tanks Furry, multi-directional shooter featuring both a free-to-play digital release and the purchasable collector's box you see here. On audio is Jovanotti Must Die, a musician as old as 1989, still contributing to retro game projects, with rates as low as 'donations-only'
     
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    All I Want is Victory | Caleb Cuzner



    Meshuggah, Symphony X, Lamb of God, Children of Bodom, and Kamelot headline the inspirations backing Caleb's experiment with the Death Metal genre.

    All I Want is Victory can also be used in your game projects, with download/file requests welcomed at sean.b[at]highereg[dot]com. Caleb meanwhile has an entire library of multi-genre music you can use in your games.
     
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    Demetrios | Alfredo Sirica


    Drunk, robbed, with only neighbor Sandra willing to help unearth your stolen antiques across Paris.

    If that sounds like your kind of weekend, Cowcat's point n' click/visual novel Demetrios should be the perfect accompaniment. Goofy OST, Jazzy Paris and assorted contributions by film/game composer-for-hire Alfredo Sirica included.
     
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    Uprise | Sam Oz


    Flying cars, floating cities and worker robots litter this 60s-inspired retro futuristic rendition of Endeavor City. Bang at its centre is Uprise by Orbit Studios, a hand-drawn narrative of a machine in search of itself.

    On Square Enix Collective featuring music by Sam Oz. Don't hesitate to reach out to sean.b[at]highereg[dot]com with your own music/audio requests at any time.
     

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