Music Monday: Round Up

Welcome to Music Monday, where I’m just going to wrap up this part of the Elsehere Soundtrack with a few pieces of music that didn’t need a whole post dedicated to them but that still merit a mention and an appearance on the Elsehere Soundtrack. So without further ado…

  • Odyssey (modern version) – The Flight
    Off the Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey soundtrack, this has been one of my favourite pieces of walking music. Lyrically, it’s the direction I thought Sekhmet might be taking, back when I started the very first plot sketches, but things drifted away from that quite rapidly!
  • Night Owl – Gerry Rafferty
    A walking track and another of those metronomic pieces I really like.
  • Twist and Shout – Deacon Blue
    Another walking track that gets me to pick my pace up a bit.
  • Unity – Chris Tilton
    The theme from Assassin’s Creed: Unity. I did not so much enjoy the game, but I love the music and could have comfortably added most of it to the Elsehere Soundtrack.
  • A Good Man? – Murray Gold
    One day, I will catch up with Nu Who. Until then, I shall cling to Murray Gold’s music.
  • Assassin’s Creed Origins Theme – Sarah Schachner
    Somewhat inevitably, this was another piece I listened to a lot and seems like a good track to end with.

The Elsehere Soundtrack on Spotify has been updated to add this in.

So that’s it for the Elsehere Soundtrack for now. When Valkyrie comes out, I’ll continue on as that book has a very different selection of music (though you probably will recognise at least some of the artists/composers!).

Music Monday will be on hiatus for November while I focus on drafting Sage and editing Valkyrie and Cambiante, but will return in December to highlight some of my favourite seasonal stuff.

That’s all for now. Happy reading and listening!

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