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Indie Stash Cast: Capricia Productions Interview

In this episode of the Indie Stash Cast, Blane talks to Arnold Nesis from Capricia Productions; the creators of The Birdcage, the first rock/metal album being released as a video game.

Blane and Arnold talk about the state of the music industry, how record labels can be more involved in the games industry, the trials tribulations that musicians are facing today, and why the music industry needs to make the inevitable transition into gaming. We also get some exciting new updates about The Birdcage‘s story and what players can expect to see in the game.

Music junkies and Gamers alike will want to check out this edition of The Indie Stash Cast.

The Birdcage is a darker take on the classic French fairy tale, Beauty and the Beast that is told through music. Featuring artists from Guns n’ Roses, Kamelot, Evanescence, Dream Theater, Within Temptation, and more, The Birdcage takes players on a journey of a girl who is sold to an abusive captor who locks her in an abandoned warehouse. As time goes on the girl begins to suffer from Stockholm Syndrome and suddenly everything is not what it seems. (Culture, Industry, The Birdcage)

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