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Summer in Mara OST // Interview with Adrián Berenguer

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Summer in Mara OST // Interview with Adrián Berenguer

Chibig are an indie dev team based in Valencia, Spain. Their games focus heavily on adventure and world building. All of their games, Tiny planet, Ankora, and Deiland are refered to as the 'Deiland' Saga and exist within the same universe. Chibig's latest project, Summer in Mara, while part of that universe, serves as a stand alone story.  A serene exploration game full of stunning set pieces and delightfully hand drawn cut scenes. Summer in Mara sees you sailing from island to island, making friends, solving problems, and doing a whole lot of crafting. I've seen several reviewers argue that the soundtrack is by far the best part of...

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Illusions of the Heart

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Illusions of the Heart

Yuang Chen is an accomplished composer and multi instrumentalist from Toronto, Canada, known for creating memerable soundtacks to an enourmous list of films, games, and visual novels as well as being the founder and chief composer of Seycara Music and Arts. His pieces have been performed by the Kingston Symphony Orchestra, Etobicoke Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Seycara Studio Orchestra. Some visual novels scored by the Seycara Music team include Over The Hills And Far Away, No One But You, Shining Song Starnova and CAFE 0 ~The Sleeping Beast~. This latest release titled "Illusions of the Heart" is a Studio Ghibli inspired neoclassical instrumental album with contributions from nine...

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Tales From the Flowers EP

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Tales From the Flowers EP

Toronto based composer biosphere makes Studio Ghibli inspired instrumental hiphop. Their latest EP, Tales From the Flowers, features collaborative production from lofi artists Kalaido, aqualina, and ibrahim making it a great introductory release for anyone who wants to delve into the world of record crackle and soul samples. This album plays like a deligtful adventure, hand drawn and loviningly detailed. It makes me think of all the hidden little gems in the world of anime that never seem to get referenced like Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals, Origin: Spirits of the Past, Jade Cocoon: Story of the Tamamayu or Wonderful Days (Sky Blue). Tales From the Flowers will spark memories of your...

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