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Listen To Stef Animal's Video Game Soundtrack 'The Spooky House'

Listen To Stef Animal's Video Game Soundtrack 'The Spooky House'

C.C. / Wednesday 6th November, 2019 2:10PM

Halloween brought local music fans not only two weekends of awesome costume parties, but also the surprise launch of The Spooky House, a supremely stylish and engaging video game by Dunedin electronic innovator Stef Animal. Unveiled last Friday, the lo-tech labour of love comes accompanied by a spine-tingling soundtrack collection also by Stef Animal – credited as SPOOKYSOFT – and available on orange graphics-matching limited edition cassette (includes a free download of the game). Overflowing with evocative electronic melodies and plenty of vibey bleeps and bloops, the soundtrack to The Spooky House delivers a deep listening delight whether you're exploring haunting digital environments, or simply kicking around at home or work. Not to be confused with fellow ex-Mestar member John White's recently released "Ethereal Dream Racing" game for Stef Animal's 2018 debut album Top Gear, The Spooky House invites players to navigate a pumpkin-toned, pixel art realm of intrigue and suspense, recalling the minimal and surreal dreamscapes of such early eighties classics as Jet Set Willy. Dive into the soundtrack if you dare below, head over here to download and play The Spooky House, and catch Stef Animal celebrating her awesome release live in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland over the next month...

Stef Animal - The Spooky House Videogame Release Tour
Saturday 9th November - Arcadia, Christchurch w/ Kolya
Saturday 16th November - Pyramid Club, Wellington
Saturday 7th December - Audio Foundation w/ Ducklingmonster

'The Spooky House' soundtrack is available on limited edition cassette via Stef Animal's Bandcamp page here (includes a free download of the game).


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