Friday 2013.12.20

Announcing our music collaborator: Mogi Grumbles!

Greetings from the FRACT team!

Hope you’re doing well! Just wanted to give you a little update to let you know what we’ve been up, and some of the things we have in store. We’re happy to say that production is moving along well, getting close to wrapping things up soon and getting the game out into the world. We haven’t nailed down an exact release date yet, but we’ll be announcing a release window in the near future, so stay tuned! But, in other exciting news…

Announcing our musical collaborator:

Mogi Grumbles


We’re really excited to share this news with you! We’ve been working with an awesome music collaborator the past several months, the very talented Mogi Grumbles. He’s the man behind the awesome TRON re-score, End of Line. His new album, I Heard You Were Dead, is a re-imagined soundtrack of the John Carpenter classic Escape from New York. It will be coming out in early 2014 and will be available on Bandcamp, iTunes and Moodgadget. To get a preview of the album, check out the just-released singles here .

Mogi Grumbles - End Of Line Mogi Grumbles - I Heard You Were Dead


Mogi has been working closely with us to develop the evolving score in FRACT, a soundtrack co-created with the player as they progress through the game, with a little help from Mogi, of course. Mogi’s musical contribution has really brought the game to a whole new level, and we can’t wait to share it with you. Not only is he an awesomely nice and talented dude, but his mutual love and appreciation for video games, synthesizers and epic film scores make him a perfect fit for the FRACT team, and we’ve been thrilled to have him on board.

Mogi Grumbles in aciton

To get a taste of what’s ahead, check out the video and these samples on Soundcloud.


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If you haven’t seen it already, check out the teaser video below , Moment Layer [ _ ] of [ ʌ ]. It gives more glimpses of the game and music and also (maybe?) reveals something to come. See if you can figure it out :)

A lot more exciting news in the pipeline, so stay tuned! Oh, and…

Happy holidays from the FRACT team!