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Tonight, Twitch streams a live performance of the 'Hohokum' soundtrack

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There's a lot to love about PlayStation's latest indie darling Hohokum, and its soundtrack is an absolute standout reason for even playing the game. Sony knows this and is partnering with game-broadcasting giant Twitch to stream a concert of the game's score tonight to celebrate. Starting at 9:45 Eastern / 6:45 Pacific, you can catch the artists from Ghostly International being interviewed and playing the game's tunes via both the PlayStation and Ghostly Twitch channels. You can even watch the show right here after the break; it's up to you! Given how chill the indie's music and visuals are, Twitch's second-ever concert could be the perfect way to unwind and head into the weekend.

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