Journey Composer and Other Top Artists Contributing Music to Beatbuddy Soundtrack

Beatbuddy

Austin Wintory, the Grammy nominated American composer recently known for his musical work on video games flOw and Journey, headlines a talented team of musicians contributing to the soundtrack of Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians.

THREAKS’s underwater action-adventure game of funky, fresh music and rhythm-based puzzles will also feature tunes performed by chiptune maestro Sabrepulse, Austrian musician Parov Stelar and others, each artist responsible for pairing a song with one of the game’s six levels. The lineup includes:

• Austin Wintory – “Stingin’ Swing”
• Parov Stelar – “Beatbuddy Swing”
• La Rochelle Band – “You’re the One”
• Sabrepulse – “Love Swing”
• Curtis Newton – “I’m Your Star”
• Europa Deep – “Lost In Yesterday”

Watch as guys from the THREAKS team along with Austin Wintory himself introduce the Beatbuddy soundtrack in this hilarious news broadcast parody video. You’ll laugh. You’ll dance in your office chair. You’ll have a good time. Guaranteed.

And… Here’s the previous trailer for a closer look at Beatbuddy gameplay.

Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians drops that beat on PC/Mac/Linux via Steam on August 6th, for $14.99.

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