This is OneQuarterPower’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. London, UK
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 55
  2. followers 4
  3. following 43
  1. Song of Despair
    by Alex Roe
  2. Temtem (Original Game Soundtrack)
    by Damian Sanchez
  3. おじぎりなら死にましたけど?
    by OZIGIRI
  4. SPEEDSTYLE (old)
    by NiKU(s)TRAX
    by Coakira
    by かめりあ(Camellia)
  7. Cipher
    by Ben Prunty
  8. FZ: Side F
    by Various Artists
  9. FZ: Side Z
    by Various Artists
  10. FTL
    by Ben Prunty
  11. FTL: Advanced Edition Soundtrack
    by Ben Prunty
  12. Taiga
    by Kubbi
    Spiritdancer Spiritdancer
    Just as Ember has this pacing that reminds me of a bonfire roaring to life before dwindling down to cinders by morning, Taiga is positively dripping with atmosphere.
    There is simply so much life buzzing in these tracks. Even in the more serene moments, you have a very clear layering that adds to the forest motif that this album is using. The combination of chiptune sounds is, as always with Kubbi, top shelf. Spiritdancer broadsided me with the sudden shift into a Cascade mood that was SO lush.
  13. Hawaii: Part II
    by ミラクルミュージカル
  14. Wintergatan - Full Album
    by Wintergatan
  15. Exile
    by Daniel Deluxe
  16. Fragments
    by Ben Prunty
  17. Into the Breach Soundtrack
    by Ben Prunty
  18. Nuclear Throne OST
    by Jukio Kallio
  19. Katana ZERO (Original Soundtrack)
    by Bill Kiley, LudoWic
    Breath Of A Serpent Breath Of A Serpent
    The game itself is amazing. The musicians that helped score it have made a sizeable contribution to that fact. The atmosphere in these tracks, ranging from the piano ditties to the hard electro, not only set the mood of each stage devastatingly well, but they're also fantastic outside of that context. Have not been able to stop listening to these, I can honestly say I have a newfound love for VaporNoir numbers such as those found here.
    by The Quick Brown Fox
    Every time I think "This is it, you can't make a TQBF album that's better than this." Halley Labs goes and shows me how much I have to learn. Everything I've come to love about the TQBF Speedcore motifs have been punctuated with such texture and layering that they're like listening to a completely different artist. Spellbound by how good this album is. Special shoutout to Burning Brain, because I can't have two favourites apparently.