In the wake of announcing his new album, 74 is The New 24, it turns out disco legend Giorgio Moroder has been quite busy indeed. Namely, he's working on a soundtrack for an upcoming Tron video game, according to an interview he did with Clash.

Also, he may well be working with Skrillex on said soundtrack. Talking about this, he revealed, "I’m going to meet Skrillex next week when I'm back," he revealed. "We have about five themes, electronic stuff and let's see if he's interested in remixing or re-working one of the songs."

There has been a Tron videogame before – two, in fact. One is called Tron: Evolution, a prequel tie-in to the 2010 film Tron: Legacy; the other, a sequel to the prequel (but still a prequel to Evolution – confusing, right?) for Wii/DS only, called Tron: Evolution – Battle Grids. Both received mixed to positive reviews. There is no news yet where this new Moroder-soundtracked game will fit in the Tron timeline.

Not only this, but he also let on that he was working on an as-yet-untitled film soundtrack:

"I have an offer to do a big movie. I cannot tell you what, but it's... not a 150 million dollars but a big movie, big production. So I have to go back into that, it won't be easy. I do this with a great musician and a great composer, so we do it together."

Moroder is no stranger to film soundtracks, having scored Scarface (he recently remixed 'Tony's Theme' from that one) and Flashdance, amongst others, in the past.