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As Disasterpeace, chiptune artist and composer Rich Vreeland steeps his albums and scores for games, films, and more in retro-futuristic wonder and horror. His earliest acclaimed works made the contrasts within the Disasterpeace moniker clear: the music for 2012's puzzle-platform game Fez drew from serene ambient and playful 8-bit influences, while the score to 2015's indie horror sensation It Follows borrowed the analogue arpeggios John Carpenter and from the work of John Cage and Krzysztof Penderecki. As the range of Vreeland's projects spanned stage productions like 2016's Mud Water as well as pop culture touchstones such as Adventure Time and Marcel the Shell With Shoes On, he remained true to Disasterpeace's gaming roots with 2019's Crimson Tooth and 2022's Paradise Marsh.

United States of America
June 29, 1986

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