Right after the release of their debut album Erosion , Cydemind was approached to write music for Navyblue and the Spectrum Killer, a platform game produced by Hyper Combo Studio. This project is the band's first take in this sphere of the musical industry, in which they aspire to be part of.
Cydemind wrote the music for all the levels of the game, adapting its style to enhance the design and story behind each of them. Inspired by the project, the band offered the studio to go one step further and fully produce an extended version of Navyblue's main theme and one of its levels : Intercom Tower. Those two pieces show very contrasting styles and gave to the band the opportunity to explore new sounds such as layered synthetisers and exotic percussions.
If you want to hear the whole soundtrack, go grab your copy of Navyblue and Spectrum Killer!
released August 31, 2018
Olivier Allard - Violin
Alexandre Dagenais - Drums and percussions
Camille Delage - Piano
Nico Damoulianos - Bass guitar
Kevin Paquet - Guitars and percussions
Produced by Cydemind
Engineered by Kevin Paquet
Additional engineering : Robert Langlois
Mixing and Mastering : Antoine Baril from Hemisphere Studio
All songs written by Cydemind
Illustration by François Cardin from Hyper Combo Studio
Recorded at Studio 270 in Montreal and mixed/mastered by Antoine Baril from Hemisphere Studio,
Blown away by this album at first listen - still incredible after all this time. The atmosphere in every track is so immersive, it's like listening to paintings of the wilderness. Outstanding debut, Marcin! fair2mindlin
I have music from a number of post-rock artists in my collection, but I find myself coming back to this masterpiece time and again. This might be the best post-rock album of all time, superior to even its predecessor. The title is spot on - listening from beginning to end whisked me away on the most vivid journey of the mind I've experienced since Jean-Michel Jarre's "Oxygène 7-13" a quarter-century ago. fair2mindlin