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hohokum.jpgElectronic artists from the Ghostly roster have been providing tracks for forthcoming video-game Hohokum, out August 12th only on Playstation.The game, in which players “take on the role of a curious flying Technicolor kite-like being”, will feature both original and previous tracks from Shigeto, Tycho, Com Truise, Matthew Dear and Osborne to name but a few. Players will be able to directly affect the music too, as the game’s synopsis explains: “running into certain objects can be its own reward as the interaction produces a tune or sounds that add to the level’s music track”.The soundtrack is available for digital download on August 12th or vinyl from October 28th. Stream the album below: 

Digital Tracklist:01 Tycho – L02 Matthew Dear – Pawn In Their Game *03 Shigeto – Lamp Lighting *04 Com Truise – Declination (instrumental)05 KILN – Lux (rpf Rebuild)06 Willits + Sakamoto – Reticent Reminiscence07 Tycho – A Walk08 Michna – Emerald Plateaus *09 Geoff White – Wedding Party *10 Osborne – Mount Arvon11 Ben Benjamin – Air Parsing *12 Tycho – Coastal Brake13 KILN – Sunsethighway14 Heathered Pearls – Raising Our Ashes15 Michna – The Best Way Out Is Through *16 Ben Benjamin – Temporary Aztec17 Tycho – Send and Receive18. Michna – Increasing Ambition *19 Jacaszek – As Each Tucked String Tells20 KILN – Desertkarnival (rua Rebuild)21 Joel Corelitz – We Run In Tunnels22 Shigeto – Super Secret End Credits *

Vinyl Tracklist:01 Tycho – L02 Matthew Dear – Pawn In Their Game *03 Osborne – Mount Arvon04 Geoff White – Wedding Party *05 Michna – Increasing Ambition *06 Ben Benjamin – Air Parsing *07 Shigeto – Lamp Lighting ** = exclusive to this release

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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