My music has finally reached a streaming status and I’m very excited. Not only can buy the Deity Quest Soundtrack on iTunes, Bandcamp, Loudr, Google Play, but it will be played on a video game music stream website. Several of my tracks can be selected/requested to play in the mix with many other video game music cult classics and modern favorites.
Deity Quest has been buzzing around the internet and getting a lot of press. Our latest interview is covered by the magnificent Digi on his Twitch Channel. Fancy Fish Games owner, David Maletz, and I were able to be interviewed during the live game-play stream of Deity Quest. It was a lot of fun.
I would link the video but twitch removed that feature to go back to past episodes :(. I hope to catch the future ones.
Hi Everyone, today I am happy to announce that Deity Quest Original Soundtrack is now available on the Sumthing Else Music Works Website. This is my third video game album/soundtrack on the website and it is a big accomplishment. You can find it here:
The Average Giants (Youtube Broadcasters) from Indie Game Magazine interviewed me about Deity Quest. They had a blast playing the game and loved the music too! The interview was quite fun. You can view it here for your enjoyment.
While the soundtrack for this indie title gets off to a rocky start (har har, it’s about climbing mountains), there are some great moments here. The soundtrack sports an icy electronic vibe, accented with some great rhythmic percussion. The crunchy “Boulderdash” is particularly cool with its industrial soundscape, and the dreamy “Class 5” with its female choral elements is simply stunning. Check ’em out.