The album features a number of tracks found in the story-driven astrological comedy game set in Shakespeare’s LondonAir-Edel Records have released an album of score and songs from Nyamyam video game ‘Astrologaster,’ available now across all major digital platforms including iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.
The album features the witty lyrics of Katharine Neil, recorded with a vocal quartet, led by soprano Emily Dickens. The songs are an integral part of the game, moving the player through the levels and introducing the many characters in Shakespeare’s London. Air-Edel’s Andrea Boccadoro
composed the original score for video game, with music supervision by Emily Appleton Holley
. Nick Taylor
recorded, mixed and mastered the score in Air-Edel Studio 1.
‘Astrologaster’ is a story-driven astrological comedy game set in Shakespeare’s London. The player takes on the role of the notorious doctor Simon Forman and uses Astrology to treat his patients. As the bio reads: “London, 1592. A great plague sweeps through the capital. When doctors flee the city in fear, a hero rises. His name is Simon Forman, “Doctor” of Astrology and Physick. Not only does he have the power to cure the sick, he can find their lost pets or even predict their futures, by reading the movements of the stars!”
Andrea is an award-winning composer for film, theatre and visual media. His work has been screened at international film festivals such as Venice, Clermont-Ferrand and TIFF, and broadcast on CBC in Canada. Recent commissions include Inflo Films/BravoFact ‘The Big Crunch’ and Film London/Flamin ‘Ophelia 2.0’. Click here
to learn more.