"To accompany the game, Ben Prunty composed a masterful sci-fi soundtrack that we're thrilled to release on vinyl for the very first time! Give it a listen here. To do this vinyl recording its ultimate justice, we had the audio mastered at Telegraph Mastering Studio. We can't wait for you to hear it like this!

We teamed up with Leif Podhajsky to design a vinyl package that blows our minds with its awesomeness! Leif's pedigree includes album covers for many top labels, including famed rock group, Tame Impala.
"

I like seeing this kind of lush physical release treatment for Indie games and soundtracks as they generally only exist digitally. This is a nice piece to put on the shelf and listen to. Personally I still buy CD's(I know, I know I am very old) and Vinyl isn't too far removed from that.

This is also interesting news coming on the heels of recent reports that claim the new Vinyl sales market is now outpacing streaming services such as Spotify. Kind of makes sense as artists always make more when you buy music than stream it but I wish streaming were a bit more artist lucrative as it's the new primary way people consume music.

http://store.iam8bit.com/products/ftl-vinyl
http://time.com/money/4056464/vinyl-records-sales-streaming-revenues/

Travis   Admin wrote on 10/05/2015 at 03:54am

It's outpacing free streaming, paid streaming still kills it.

But this release looks incredible!

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