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Creating the Music for Fez, Hyper Light Drifter, and It Follows: Dead Air Episode 14

News Bot Jul 7, 2016

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    [​IMG]Rich Vreeland--or, as you might know him by, Disasterpiece--has composed music for a plethora of video games: Fez, Hyper Light Drifter, and Shoot Many Robots, to name a few. But with the 2014 surprise horror hit It Follows, Vreeland's sound evolved. This week, we sat down with him to discuss his inspirations as a musician, his introduction to film music, and the art of making people uneasy.
    As GameSpot's weekly horror podcast, we discuss the best, worst, creepiest, and most iconic horror titles across entertainment in all of its forms. If you're a gorehound, thrill seeker, or someone fresh to the creepy world of the weird, this podcast is for you. Join Mike Mahardy and Mary Kish, along with a rotating cast of guests, as they dive headfirst into the spooky side of things. Horror can be weird--but so can we. Come join us.
    For questions, thoughts, or recommendations, you can email Mike and Mary at deadair at gamespot.com. Dead Air is available on iTunes. You can also listen below.





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