A catchy soundtrack is one of the most important parts in creating a memorable video game. Even humming a few notes from your favorite old game can bring back fond memories that make you want to play it again and again. Our #WebsiteWednesday this week is behind some of those tunes and is trusted by Disney, Sony, Nintendo, and Square Enix to make soundtracks for their digital content: ElectricCafe.xyz.
Electric Cafe is a music and sound design studio that has composed soundtracks for popular video game releases like Diner Dash and Championship Manager, as well as for indie games like Aqua Kitty. The latter’s soundtrack was listed among TwoDashStash’s “Top Ten Best Indie Game Soundtracks of All Time“. Electric Cafe’s soundtrack productions are not limited to one specific gaming platform. They have shown versatility in developing music for games on Xbox 360 & Xbox One, PS3 & PS4, Nintendo DS & Nintendo Wii, PC & Mac, and even iOS and Android.
Beyond video game soundtracks, ElectricCafe.xyz has also developed tracks used in some of television’s most watched shows, like BBC’s Top Gear, Sky Sports’ Sky Sports Football, and iTV’s Jeremy Kyle Show. Securing huge clients like these in a highly competitive industry is no easy feat, but Electric Cafe rose to work with the best thanks to their capability to produce highly popular and memorable music.
“My website acts as my calling card or showreel. I decided having a new .xyz domain would help to represent me and the company as a contemporary business in the field of audio.” – Mark Day, Owner of ElectricCafe.xyz
Securing the industry’s biggest players as clients is a dream for all creative businesses, and Electric Cafe succeeded in doing so. Standing out from the crowd with a cool domain extension is a common trait of #GenXYZ members, and ElectricCafe.xyz is an inspiring model for any startup or business to follow.
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