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New music from Mona Mur, The Orion Correlation, and Lost & Found.

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Mona Mur is a German vocalist, composer and music producer, who gained her reputation in the international music scene collaborating with artists such as "Einstürzende Neubauten”, Dieter “Yello” Meier, “The Stranglers“ or polish rockstar icon Grzegorz Ciechowski. In the 80s punk explosion she hooked up with FM Einheit, Marc Chung and Alexander Hacke, straight away conquering London NME Single of the Week slot with the 12'' "Jeszcze Polska". In 1999 Mona joined the Computer Games Industry, and created a unique style of eerie and haunting electronic music and Sound FX. Her work can be found in games such as Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days and Velvet Assassin.

This brings our soundtrack so far up to 7 tracks from 5 different artists. Our plan for the soundtrack is to try and get an eclectic mix of work from both local Berliners who are active in the music scene here alongside international videogame music vets like Ben Prunty and Jukio Kallio. We have one more track in the works from another artist that, like Mona's, is already part of our budget so doesn't need a stretch goal to get completed. We're aiming be able to have it ready to show off before the end of the campaign. You can read more about how the music system works in our weekend update.

In the meantime, let's talk about Zugzwang, by The Orion Correlation and Lost & Found. This was our first track from an external composer, and has been in the build for a couple of months.

Ali Amel is an Iranian born electronic music producer who performs under the name Lost & Found. Ali recently moved from the UK to Berlin and hosts weekly live DJ sets that are streamed live from the Voidance Records website. His production career within the house scene and his label Voidance Records has recently led him to expand into scoring TV commercials and games alongside label co-founder Hammy Havoc, aka The Orion Correlation. Influenced by tech house, intelligent dance music, and chiptune, Hammy's songs frequently featuring sprechgesang vocals and field recordings inspired by musique concrète. Hammy also runs Previous Magazine, which interviewed the inbetweengames team - check it out for some in depth talk about All Walls Must Fall.

Check out the rest of the soundtrack if you haven't already, including Ben Prunty's track Synaesthetic - less than €4000 to go and we can fund the production of taking this sketch and putting it in the game during the Closed Alpha!

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