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  Little Nightmares : original soundtrack

Lilja, Tobias
[S.l.] : Bandai Namco, copyright 20171 disko (CD) (48 minutu)Musika (interpretatua): audioaLittle nightmares: original soundtrack (Discogs) Issued with : Little nightmares (bideojokoa)
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"Little nightmares" bideojokoaren soinu-banda.
Banda sonora del videojuego.

Fabriken Studios, Saltgruvan eta Tarsier Studios-en grabatu, nahastu eta masterizazioa egina.

Edukia: Lure Of The Maw ; Parasites ; Prison Walls ; Hunger 1 ; Lights Out ; The Death Waltz ; Little Lost Things ; Six's Theme Part 1 ; The Janitor Awaits ; The Nome's Nest ; Cold Feet ; Cornered ; Moaning Drone ; Hunger 2 ; A Feeling For Meat ; New Arrivals ; March Of The Guests ; The Way Out ; Hypnosis ; The Lady Circles ; Hunger 3 ; Six's Theme Part 2 ; Beneath The Waves ; Prison Toys.

Tobias Lilja web:
"Little Nightmares" is a darkly whimsical tale about a girl called Six who must escape captivity from a vast, mysterious vessel called The Maw.
Containing all of the in-game music, as well as music from the trailers, the soundtrack spans everything from the calm ambient pieces of the game’s explorative moments, to the nightmarish industrial mayhem of the intense pursuit sequences.
The main building blocks are recordings of acoustic instruments such as music box, trombone, accordion and vocals - often heavily processed and filtered to create a surreal and otherworldly feel. These are blended with sound elements from the game world itself: distant bangs on a metal hull, boat horns, pots and pans, metallic shrieks from a metal cage being dragged across a concrete floor. The goal being to create a blurred line between musical elements and environmental sounds.
Six’s presence is represented by naivistic melodic motifs resembling children's rhymes - but with a bleak and nauseating twist that captures the deeply unsettling mood of The Maw and its influence on the visitors.

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