8/26/2021

FEZ Soundtrack Edition

Opening Night of the Fes Sacred Music Festival 2017

The Fez Sacred Music Festival 2017 has come to a close. this year we were treated to a number of fabulous fusion collaborations. My three favourite acts of this year’s festival were Aziz Sahmaoui’s Cuban Project, the Songhai collaboration and Violons Barbares. I had expected the former two to be in my top three as the kora, Cuban music and Gnaoua culture are big interests of mine. However, the Barbaric Violins were a surprise hit for me. I loved their energy, their creativity and their musical entrepreneurship.

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Opening Night of the Fes Sacred Music Festival 2017

FEZ Soundtrack Edition

Fez Soundtrack is going to be pressed on vinyl I've just been chatting with Disasterpeace (known for soundtracks like It Follows, The Floor Is Jelly and Shoot Many Robots) and he said the Fez soundtrack is being pressed on double vinyl very soon. The gold-empossed double LP comes pressed on translucent orange vinyl. Cult indie puzzle platformer Fez now has a vinyl version of its soundtrack thanks to the game’s publisher, Polytron.

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2015 Orange Translucent Vinyl release of FEZ on Discogs. Label: Polytron (2) - PO050001. Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album Orange Translucent. Country: Canada. Genre: Electronic, Stage & Screen. Style: Soundtrack, Chiptune, Video Game Music. This is additional content for FEZ, but does not include the base game. All Reviews: Positive (19) - 100% of the 19 user reviews for this game are positive. Buy FEZ Soundtrack Edition. Includes the full game and the original soundtrack! $14.99 Add to Cart. Buy Indie Game The Movie Bundle BUNDLE (?) Includes 5.

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The Fez Sacred Music Festival 2017 has come to a close. this year we were treated to a number of fabulous fusion collaborations. My three favourite acts of this year’s festival were Aziz Sahmaoui’s Cuban Project, the Songhai collaboration and Violons Barbares. I had expected the former two to be in my top three as the kora, Cuban music and Gnaoua culture are big interests of mine. However, the Barbaric Violins were a surprise hit for me. I loved their energy, their creativity and their musical entrepreneurship.

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Read my contributions to the coverage of The View From Fez of the Fez Sacred Music Festival 2017 on my writing portfolio page.