EarlyGame's Artist of the Day: Never Ending Project

Lina Larsson and Andreas Östlund's joint music project, Never Ending Project, is jazzy and spectacular. So we asked them about video games. Naturally.

Never ending project artist of the day
Never Ending Project is a joint music project looking to give themselves "musical freedom". | © Never Ending Project

With a background in jazz, blues and pop, couple Lina Larsson and Andreas Östlund started their joint music project Never Ending Project. The group was formed as a project where they want to give themselves a musical freedom to move between genres like trip-pop, indie-pop and blues-inspired pop, and also to be able to move into reggae if the spirit catches on.

Lina had left the LA music scene and had achieved success with music that has received many placements in TV series and movies. Together we have played in different bands and also written and produced music for advertising. With Never Ending Project we wanted to create a band and a context where we can create and write music exactly as we want and without limiting ourselves. — Andreas Östlund

After checking out some of Never Ending Project's music, they've certainly achieved what they set out to. From the jazzy, reggae feel of Fall in to Grace, to the almost glam-rock of We are Golden and The Darkest One Yet the Biggest Light, there's a lot to love here. Honestly, you should check them out!

Of course, we decided to ask them a few questions about music and video games. Here's what she had to say...

What is your favorite video game soundtrack?

Sleepwalking, from Sleeping Dogs.

Who's your favorite video game music composer?


What’s your favorite video game?

Sleeping Dogs.

What game inspired you to do music?

Sleeping Dogs.

What video game are you currently playing?


Would you ever like to write music for video games? What would it be like?

The coolest.

How important is music for video games / video games for music?

Without music it's nothing.