Coffee Talk Original Game Soundtrack 2xLP

by Black Screen Records

$79.95 AUD

Pre-order item, shipping from 16 November 2021 onwards

Shipping within Australia from $8.95

Black Screen Records and Toge Productions teamed up to release Andrew Jeremy’s soothing, relaxing and jazzy lo-fi soundtrack to their coffee brewing and heart-to-heart talking simulator Coffee Talk on limited edition vinyl this Winter. The soundtrack will be available on 180g matcha green/coffee brown double vinyl and comes in a beautiful gatefold sleeve with stunning new original artwork by Natto (@vulpetrope) and liner notes by the Coffee Talk dev team and comes with a free Coffee Talk logo sticker.

Coffee Talk is a game about listening to people’s problems and helping them by serving up a warm drink out of the ingredients you have in stock. It is a game that depicts lives as humanly as possible while having a cast that is more than just humans. Immerse yourself in the stories of alternative-Seattle inhabitants, ranging from a dramatic love story between an elf and a succubus, an alien trying to understand humans’ lives, and many other modern readers will find strongly echo the world around them.

Jazzy chords, hip-hop beats, vinyl crackles, a chilled mind and heart, and a prayer, that’s all you need to make music for Coffee Talk. It’s soothing, relaxing, and most importantly, keeping the warmth of your heart.” – Andrew Jeremy, Game Producer / Music Composer

Specifications

  • Limited edition 180g Matcha Green/ Coffee Brown vinyl
  • Mastered for vinyl by Christian Bethge at RAMA Studio
  • Stunning new artwork by Natto (@vulpetrope)
  • Liner Notes by the Toge Productions team
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06 May 2021
Matt
Australia Australia
Lo-Fi but with context

I'm a little sick of cheap lo-fi cash ins. Coffee talk contextualized it's music and finds its relevance in the coffee house of the game. As such, it comes off more focused and less exploitative. Worth every penny