Midival Punditz’s song included in Fifa World Cup 2010 game

In game music is gaining popularity these days just like movie OST numbers, our Delhi-based electronica band Midival Punditz’s song Atomizer would feature in the forthcoming FIFA World cup game to be released by EA Sports, Indian Electronica music genre is not very popular in India itself, however it does enjoy good popularity in countries abroad.

This song is from their third album hello, hello and it is for the fourth time their track has being featured in a game, prior to this their song score has featured in games like Need for Speed Carbon, Project Gotham Racing 3 and Ashes Cricket 2009, EA team which picked up this song for the game has revelaed that it is not just cricket games that sell large numbers in India, FIFA series of football game has being popular amongst gamers for quite some time in our country.

I still recollect the first popular track from this band was “Ali Ali” in the voice of Kailash Kher, which was a hit amongst music lovers, Composing music for games is completely different from that in movies, one cannot follow a set trend or pattern in composing game music, the demand for the genre of music that is made to suit the game changes on the theme of the game.

You can read more about this here (Source: Mid Day)

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2 Responses to Midival Punditz’s song included in Fifa World Cup 2010 game

  1. Abhishek says:

    Music is my life!
    Love music? Check this out… http://www.smirnoff.co.in/SmirnoffExperience.aspx free headphones. I got mine! Seems there is a big party coming up too.

  2. I’m glad they’ve picked the shakira song for the next world, but I do not like her to have to copy rhythms of old songs.

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