Untitled Goose Game, Bugsnax, Stardew Valley, Sparkstar, Borderlands, and Vexx vinyls are available to pre-order now.
Music label Black Screen Records has updated its vinyl catalogue with several new distributed titles.
The soundtrack to slapstick-stealth-sandbox game Untitled Goose Game has been pressed on a ‘double groove’ coloured vinyl disc. This allows for an element of randomness in terms of which groove the needle travels on and thus, which track of music gets played – a nod to the game’s dynamic soundtrack.
The music, composed by Dan Golding, is adapted from Claude Debussy’s Préludes – a collection of 24 solo piano pieces.
The disc itself is produced from salvaged vinyl through a process that takes the reclaimed material and turns it into ‘grind’ which is then melted and repressed – this process produces a random colourway. The album is housed in a jacket made from 100% recycled material.
The main theme to action-adventure game Bugsnax is getting released as a single on vinyl.
It’s Bugsnax!, performed by British indie pop band Kero Kero Bonito, has been pressed on a 7″ screen-printed ‘strawberry’ vinyl disc. The album is housed in a scratch-and-sniff jacket that smells like strawberries.
The album comprises 77 tracks composed by the game’s indie developer Eric Barone and is spread across four coloured vinyl discs.
The game’s soundtrack is composed by Konami’s internal sound team, the Konami Kukeiha Club.
The original release from Ship to Shore Phono Co., pressed on ‘Rocket Flash’ splatter coloured vinyl, can be pre-ordered here.
The soundtrack to the first-person, loot-and-shoot game, composed by Jesper Kyd, Cris Velasco, Sascha Dikiciyan, and Tim Larkin, has been pressed on two 180g vinyl discs and contains 30 select tracks. Shipping is expected in October.
The original release from Laced Records is available in couple of colours: standard black and a limited-edition pink variant.
This double-vinyl soundtrack, composed by Nelson Everhart, has been pressed on an ‘Eye of Yabu’ yellow and black colourway. Shipping is expected in October.