VooDoo Interface

by Digital Eel Games

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Driftless Because Digital Eel and their Nightmare Band or the proto-electric heroes our true psyches need, and when my preserved brain achieves its final form, I wanna go on a digital nightmare journey with 'em.

The music is pretty fly, too. Favorite track: Brainpipe I: Smetlov's Locus.
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    VooDoo Interface is the official 15-track Digital Eel game soundtrack compilation available in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format except hyperwave membrane and wire recorder.
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Welcome to the Purple Void where the Nightmare Band dwells and the music is strange and adventurous!

From 8-bit scratchware to 16-bit indie, Digital Eel is pleased to present VooDoo Interface, a one-of-a-kind game soundtrack collection from Dr. Blob's Organism, Big Box of Blox, Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space and Brainpipe: The Plunge to Unhumanity.

Dr. Blob's Organism, Weird Worlds and Brainpipe are Independent Games Festival award winners, garnering "Excellence in Audio" awards in 2004, 2006 and 2009.

Digital Eel's Nightmare Band --Swamp Planet weekenders, all-- is comprised of Rich Carlson, William "Phosphorous" Sears, several interstellar aliens and an eclectic assortment of synthesizers and arcane sound gadgets.

Digital Eel is a self-funded independent videogame development group located in the Seattle area. It was formed in 2001 by Rich Carlson, Iikka Keränen and Phosphorous.

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released April 12, 2010

VooDoo Interface: Sounds of the Purple Void is a Digital Eel Production by Rich Carlson, William "Phosphorous" Sears and the Nightmare Band
Album assembled by Rich Carlson
Album art by Phosphorous
Special thanks to Scott K., Ralph, Eric, Drew, Ernest, Thomas, Howard, Alison and Tim Brooks

EELMIX Audio API by Iikka Keränen

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Digital Eel Games Seattle, Washington

Digital Eel's "Nightmare Band" (AKA The Mystery Kitchen) is usually sound and music wrangler Rich Carlson but, depending on the project, may include musicians Edwin Sykes and Sotiris Gougousis as well as Digital Eel co-founder, artist and "sound sculptor," Bill Sears. ... more

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