Monday, 17 August 2009

Brisbane Music: Beat Therapy's "Elemental" from the Wiiware game "Pop"

Elemental (track 07) by beattherapy

Andrew Curnock is the composer behind Beat Therapy,a Brisbane sound studio that produced the soundtrack for the Wiiware bubble-popping game, Pop. Curnock wrote the soundtrack album, "Remote Control", as a chillout album that's worth listening to even when you're not playing the game.

Because the game is designed to be a small game, downloaded onto the Nintendo Wii or DSi, or iPhone, the soundtrack couldn't use too much memory, so
the production style is sometimes stark and exposed when compared to
tracks on your typical chillout compilation. This gives the tracks a
feeling of naive innocence on occasion, like a nightclub scene drawn
with crayons.
Curnock's favourite track is "Elemental", which you can listen to if you press "play" in the player above. If you like what you hear, you can buy the whole album from iTunes (click here if you have iTunes on your computer), or if you don't, you can buy it from eMusic - just click here.

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