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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.

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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.

MP3 Soundtrack Music Download

Download: Julian Winter - "Rock Art EP"  (ZIP-Archive)
Artist-Website: www.julianwinter.de
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 Phlow-Magazine.com 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 .

4 comments

  • 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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