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IN FLUX: Brand new east-meets-west musical collaboration now available

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This is one rocking album

Ever wonder what it'd be like if Japanese video game music composers worked together with western composers? Wonder no longer.

Brave Wave Productions latest album, IN FLUX, features a host of big and lesser known names in the composer world, collaborating on some fascinating original tracks. Among the folks who contributed to the album are Manami Matsumae (Mega Man, Mighty No. 9), Keiji Yamagishi (Ninja Gaiden), as well as Akira Yamaoka (Silent Hill), Saori Kobayashi (Panzer Dragoon Saga), Eirik Suhrke (Spelunky), and many others. It's a killer list of amazingly talented composers and musicians, and if you have any interest at all in video game music you owe it to yourself to check out IN FLUX.

The album launched on March 4, and digital copies are available on Bandcamp for $10 and iTunes for $12. The whole thing runs 12 tracks long and is totally worth the price of admission.

Preview the album here, and be sure to keep your ears open for these guys and gals. I'm betting they have some cool stuff waiting in the pipeline.


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