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Music Stars Take Center Stage in Invector: Rhythm Galaxy at the World's Largest Gathering for EDM (Electronic Dance Music)
Making an appearance at this week's Amsterdam Dance Event.
October 19, 2023
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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Game Developer and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource Games Press]
Hello There Games | Warner Music Group and Hello There Games announced today that Invector: Rhythm Galaxy is venturing into the world of dance alongside a roster of EDM (Electronic Dance Music) stars. The new Spinnin' DLC features 6 EDM songs with some of the biggest names in Spinnin'.
In an esports-style setup, fans will have exclusive access to compete against their favorite artists in the game at the 2023 "Amsterdam Dance Event" (October 18-22). ADE is the leading electronic music platform and the biggest club festival in the world for the whole spectrum of electronic sub-genres. It combines the latest musical trends and upcoming talents with the most recent output of dance’s pioneers and superstars.
The new artists featured in Invector: Rhythm Galaxy include Martin Solveig, Sam Feldt, Öwneboss, and Tujamo. The "Spinnin' Song Pack" will be available to wishlist from October 19 and will be released on Steam on November 19.
"It's exciting to see Invector: Rhythm Galaxy grow and evolve in various directions in collaboration with artists and their fan base. This is exactly how we've historically developed games with leading artists. To now have an opportunity to do this in Invector: Rhythm Galaxy is a clear testament to the strong synergy between video games and music," said Oskar Eklund, CEO and founder of Hello There Games.
The "Spinnin' Song Pack" is the second song pack released for Invector: Rhythm Galaxy. The debut expansion, "Latin Power Song Pack," includes songs from Latin American urban sensations like Yng Lvcas, Tiago PZK, Myke Towers, and others, introducing a new wave of Latin American hip-hop to the gaming world.
About Hello There Games
Hello There Games is an independent game studio that primarily develops and sells premium games for PC and consoles. The studio has worked in the intersection of games, music and film for many years and has launched award-winning collaborations with various artists such as (the now late) superstar AVICII, Alan Walker, Aron Chupa, ANTS and Cazzette. The launch of the AVICII INVECTOR series in particular has helped cement its prominent position in the music games genre. In film, a noteworthy collaboration-release is the official Kung Fury game titled Kung Fury: Street Rage. Hello There Games has a wide portfolio of its own IPs and works with a number of different publishers and local partners to market and sell games globally.
With a legacy extending back over 200 years, Warner Music Group (WMG) today brings together artists, songwriters, and entrepreneurs that are moving entertainment culture across the globe. Operating in more than 70 countries through a network of affiliates and licensees, WMG’s Recorded Music division includes renowned labels such as 300 Entertainment, Asylum, Atlantic, Big Beat, Canvasback, Elektra, Erato, First Night, Fueled by Ramen, Nonesuch, Parlophone, Reprise, Rhino, Roadrunner, Sire, Spinnin’, Warner Records, Warner Classics, and Warner Music Nashville. WMG’s music publishing arm, Warner Chappell Music, has a catalog of over one million copyrights spanning every musical genre, from the standards of the Great American Songbook to the biggest hits of the 21st century. Warner Music Group is also home to ADA, the independent artist and label services company – as well as next gen artist services division WMX, which includes consumer brands such as Songkick, the live music app; EMP, the merchandise e-tailer; UPROXX, the youth culture destination; and HipHopDX, the hip-hop music news site. In addition, WMG counts storytelling powerhouse Warner Music Entertainment and social media content creator IMGN among its many brands. Follow WMG on Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.
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