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Indie Has A Heart: Alec Holowka's Song For The Cure

Indie Has A Heart: Alec Holowka’s Song For The Cure

February 18, 2010 | | 2 Comments Share thison Facebook Indie Has A Heart: Alec Holowka’s Song For The Cureon Twitter

In addition to working on award-winning indie games like Paper Moon and Aquaria, Infinite Ammo’s Alec Holowka is also an accomplished musician, having written musical scores for both of the aforementioned titles, as well as Owl Country and Derek Yu’s I’m O.K. More recently, he’s been working on original music for this year’s Songs for the Cure Cancer Benefit compilation album.

The project, which is spearheaded by composer Josh Whelchel (the man behind the music from BoneSaw and both Spirit Engine games), combines the talents of various independent musicians — game composers or otherwise — to raise money for the American Cancer Society each year. In the above video, Holowka describes his experience working on the project while showing off some footage of he and his sister Eileen recording their contribution to this year’s album. Visit CancerDrive.org for more info, and look for last year’s compilation available on iTunes and Amazon.

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