The Telegraph :: New London, Connecticut

A sonnet of sorting. At iam8bit, we love a good mess as much as anybody, but let's face it: There's something so satisfying about a hard-earned clean-up. No one knows this better than the friendly folks at Max Inferno. Their debut title, A Little to the Left (published by our pals at Secret Mode), is a cozy & warm puzzle game that asks players to arrange everyday household objects to be just a little more pleasing to the eye. This experience is made all the more cozy & warm in the company of it's melodious soundtrack, by maestro Justin Karas. Playful, bright, and sometimes even mischievous, the music of A Little to the Left instantly transports you to a place of calm and empowered focus. It's soothing melodic magic, featuring eight lengthy and whimsical tracks presented on tidy taupe vinyl. And of course, it wouldn't be complete without a little tactile flair reminiscent of the game! That's why we collaborated with album artist Paul G. Hammond to create this uniquely interactive 'Tidy Diecut Jacket,' featuring an inner sleeve with both tidy and untidy display options. Grab your broom, open a window, spin this record, and turn what once seemed like chores into recurring moments of triumph. All while humming along, of course.
A sonnet of sorting. At iam8bit, we love a good mess as much as anybody, but let's face it: There's something so satisfying about a hard-earned clean-up. No one knows this better than the friendly folks at Max Inferno. Their debut title, A Little to the Left (published by our pals at Secret Mode), is a cozy & warm puzzle game that asks players to arrange everyday household objects to be just a little more pleasing to the eye. This experience is made all the more cozy & warm in the company of it's melodious soundtrack, by maestro Justin Karas. Playful, bright, and sometimes even mischievous, the music of A Little to the Left instantly transports you to a place of calm and empowered focus. It's soothing melodic magic, featuring eight lengthy and whimsical tracks presented on tidy taupe vinyl. And of course, it wouldn't be complete without a little tactile flair reminiscent of the game! That's why we collaborated with album artist Paul G. Hammond to create this uniquely interactive 'Tidy Diecut Jacket,' featuring an inner sleeve with both tidy and untidy display options. Grab your broom, open a window, spin this record, and turn what once seemed like chores into recurring moments of triumph. All while humming along, of course.
850047432322

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: IAM8BIT
Rel. Date: 12/15/2023
UPC: 850047432322

Little To The Left Vinyl Soundtrack - O.S.T.
Artist: Justin Karas
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $53.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Theme
2. Home Sweet Home
3. Lost Recipe
4. Nitty Gritty
5. Inner Nature
6. Near Earth Organizer
7. Radial Dance Party
8. Credits

More Info:

A sonnet of sorting. At iam8bit, we love a good mess as much as anybody, but let's face it: There's something so satisfying about a hard-earned clean-up. No one knows this better than the friendly folks at Max Inferno. Their debut title, A Little to the Left (published by our pals at Secret Mode), is a cozy & warm puzzle game that asks players to arrange everyday household objects to be just a little more pleasing to the eye. This experience is made all the more cozy & warm in the company of it's melodious soundtrack, by maestro Justin Karas. Playful, bright, and sometimes even mischievous, the music of A Little to the Left instantly transports you to a place of calm and empowered focus. It's soothing melodic magic, featuring eight lengthy and whimsical tracks presented on tidy taupe vinyl. And of course, it wouldn't be complete without a little tactile flair reminiscent of the game! That's why we collaborated with album artist Paul G. Hammond to create this uniquely interactive 'Tidy Diecut Jacket,' featuring an inner sleeve with both tidy and untidy display options. Grab your broom, open a window, spin this record, and turn what once seemed like chores into recurring moments of triumph. All while humming along, of course.
        
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