While trying to find some more cool movie composing opportunities, I've become really interested in the idea of making music for videogames. I always like to study people who are great at the things I want to be great at, so I've been listening to the Fez soundtrack.
The music is a huge reason why I love this game so much. Disasterpeace did an amazing job with it. The songs manage to remind me of old school games, while also adding a level of depth than those old soundtracks weren't capable of. They sound spacious, airy, and they make me think of vast empty spaces. There's rarely anyone onscreen during the game except for the main character, so Disasterpeace's work fits perfectly with the theme of isolation.