Craig Barnes’ electronic soundtrack is getting a vinyl release.

The soundtrack to roguelite video game Streets of Rogue is getting a physical release on vinyl.

Streets of Rogue is created by indie developer Matt Dabrowski and is billed as a cross between Nuclear Throne and Deus Ex; the game is set in a procedurally generated city and features over 20 characters to choose from, each with their own unique skills. In order to complete the missions, players must utilise these character traits and their respective items as well as the in-game environments.

The game’s electronic soundtrack is composed by Craig Barnes who also scored the soundtracks to open-ended puzzle game Silicon Zeroes, deckbuilding card game Meteorfall, and the upcoming side-scrolling brawler Neon Krieger Yamato.

The Streets of Rogue soundtrack vinyl comprises 12 tracks and comes with a download code for the full digital soundtrack. The vinyl album features artwork by Drew Wise.

Pre-orders are available now from the Ship to Shore PhonoCo. online store with shipping scheduled for September.

European and UK customers can also pre-order this soundtrack vinyl from Black Screen Records and ChipFreq, respectively.

The soundtrack to Streets of Rogue is already available from digital platforms including Amazon Music, Apple Music, Bandcamp, Deezer, iTunes, Spotify, TIDAL, YouTube, and YouTube Music.

Streets of Rogue is available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Linux, macOS, and Windows.