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Julian Winter – “Rock Art EP” (Pause + Netlabel)

cover_julian_winter_rock_art_epGame Soundtrack | Julian Winters "Rock Art EP" is the official soundtrack for an online game called "Alchemia". His EP combines songs and field recordings. "I hardly can remember all the 'instruments' I used for this music", writes Julian Winter on his website. "I think there were brittle wooden sticks, leaves, stones and all the other things you can find in a good wood!" All together we get a unique soundtrack which takes us on a journey into some underground caves with dwarfes and...

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Alchemia is a point and click adventure in the tradition of the beautfil Samorost and Samorost 2 games. And it's the visual counter part of Julian Winter's "Rock Art EP" or the other way round. Like the game, you listen to lots of samples, which generate a dense atmosphere along with the melodies. Like the game everything is handmade, no synthies doodling around.


And where could this EP better fit than on the outstanding Pause Netlabel. Even while Pause is a netlabel for 8-Bit Culture its connection to games and the indie games scene is obvious. Often I ask myself why netlabels don't try in general more often to cooperate with indie game programmers.

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Download: Julian Winter - "Rock Art EP"  (ZIP-Archive)
Release: Julian Winter - "Rock Art EP"
Netlabel: Pause Netlabel

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Phlow-Author Moritz »mo.« Sauer This article was written on 27.December 2009 by Moritz »mo.« Sauer. Moritz »mo.« Sauer is the founder of and a true music lover. As a participant and journalist of the free music movement he joined several Netaudio parties in Europe including Netaudio Nürnberg, Netaudio Barcelona, Netaudio London or Netaudio Bern. Read more articles written by .


  • Julian Winter is doing good :) I liked the petite&jolie netlabel release more though. Still, I can't figure out how the heck I didn't notice before that this a one is a game soundtrack...

    Gravatar of Arkadiusz Arkadiusz said on
    17. Nov 2009 at 10:51 pm
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  • Smooth, spare, gentle and melodic.

    A soundtrack to complex but pleasant inmost thoughts.

    Gravatar of gurdonark gurdonark said on
    18. Nov 2009 at 4:34 am
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  • I think you've made Julian a very happy bunny. :)

    Gravatar of Catching The Waves Catching The Waves said on
    19. Nov 2009 at 12:42 am
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  • My first thoughts: Wonderful, smooth :)
    Very nice to listen too. Gives a good feeling.

    Gravatar of Slodger Slodger said on
    19. Nov 2009 at 9:46 am
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