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‘Trek To Yomi’’s commitment to Akira Kurosawa-like authenticity isn’t just impressive – it’s extraordinary

Cody Matthew Johnson on figuring out the secret to perfecting the Kurosawa-esque sounds of life and death in 'Trek to Yomi'

Inside the heartbreaking nostalgia of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy”s obsession with mid-80s rock

“Help me make the most of freedom and of pleasure, nothing ever lasts forever"

Lo-fi beats to relax and skateboard to: Why ‘OlliOlli World’ sounds better than any other skate game

OlliOlli World trades in guitars for DIY alt-electronica chill-hop – and the end result is a better skateboarding game all around

‘Journey’ turns 10: Austin Wintory has found a way for you to experience it for the first time, all over again

10 years later, gaming’s only Grammy-nominated soundtrack gets reimagined, reorchestrated and revived, ready for another Journey

Dua Lipa, Turnstile and… ‘Halo’? What inspired the soundtrack to one of 2021’s biggest multiplayer games

“I intentionally didn’t over-expose myself to the old [Halo] material because I wanted this shit to have its own identity as much as possible.”

‘The Artful Escape’ is a love-letter to all of us that have ever dreamed of being rock stars

“There’s a voice on the wind. A tenor. Singing about something beautiful but lost.”

Sea Power, ‘Disco Elysium’, and the importance of being miserable

“The bloating may never leave your face – but beneath it, you still have some years. You still have some hope”
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