Steve Moore - The Mind's Eye - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2016)
STEVE MOORE (of Zombi fame) returns with a mesmerizing new score for the action/horror film 'The Mind's Eye'. More vivid and dynamic than ever, 'The Mind's Eye' demonstrates STEVE MOORE's mastery of the vignette alongside his ability to weave together cohesive, consistent themes. Over the course of eighty-five minutes, STEVE MOORE crafts a riveting portrait of tension and terror through a variety of textures ranging from probing dark ambient and slick arpeggiations to anxious sound collage and epic, gothic bombast. The latest testament to STEVE MOORE's legacy of synth supremacy.
Steve Moore has history in Zombi, meaning that he’s demonstrated his talent for soundtracking spooooooky horror movies in the past. Here he applies his synth skills to The Mind’s Eye, weaving uneasy ambient passages and bombastic themes like it ain’t no thing. Plenty of tense dramatic music here that will certainly appeal to horror soundtrack aficionados.
1 Intro 2 Police Station 3 Interrogation 4 Titles 5 Zack Attack 6 The Shot 7 Good Girl 8 Zack's out the Bag 9 The Escape Pt 1 10 The Escape Pt 2 11 Stitches 12 Father and Son 13 I Trust Her so Much 14 It's Complicated 15 What Are You Waiting For 16 Injections 17 Kurt and Travis Arrive 18 You're Making a Big Mistake 19 Mike vs Kurt 20 Confrontation 21 Rayne in Blood 22 Goodbye 23 Armstrong Splits 24 On the Phone 25 Zack's Back 26 Zack vs Travis: The Rematch 27 Get Ready 28 Psychic War 29 Slovak Escapes 30 My Brain Does Not Tire 31 This Ends Now 32 The End 33 End Credits
Danish synth duo Videdrones is all about simultaneously channelling of the vibes of maestros ranging from the epic choirs of Popol Vuh or Fabio Frizzi, thru the smooth gliding arpeggios of Tangerine Dream or Giorgio Moroder even into Goblin or Morricone at their most abstract. Rather than repeating what's already been seen and heard, Videodrones remelts the voices of cinema into something yet to be imagined. - http://www.clear-spot.nl/item/437624/videodrones_mondo_ferox.html
Studious homage to sickly-sweet ’80s video nasty soundtracks “Danish synth duo Videdrones have cooked up something that’s both instantly familiar, yet also tickles in a new way - the same way you feel nauseous after watching one too many videotapes at a friend’s house until 3am in the morning… Videodrones is all about simultaneously channelling of the vibes of maestros ranging from the epic choirs of Popol Vuh or Fabio Frizzi, thru the smooth gliding arpeggios of Tangerine Dream or Giorgio Moroder even into Goblin or Morricone at their most abstract. But there’s more to it than mere tribute. Mondo Ferox is the kind of album where electronic instruments takes on a life of their own: Constantly in flux, changing direction and pace like that of the lives at the bottom of the sea. It’s like a constant overture. It’s sounds that you know, but turning themselves inside out - bleeding into each other, loosing themselves in the flow. Favoring emotion and impulse over logic and structure. Rather than repeating what’s already been seen and heard, Videodrones remelts the voices of cinema into something yet to be imagined. Close your eyes and let it cover you!”
1 - Main Titles 2 - Blood Brew 3 - Helena Markos 4 - Dødssmitten Fra Mars 5 - Theme from Mondo Ferox 6 - Moebius Run 7 - Hidden Passage 8 - Stalker State 9 - Rædslernes Grønne Ø
Network 23 - The Call of Cthulhu - Soundtrack (2017)
"Саундтрек к фильму, которого не существует. Мы искренне надеемся, что если Гильермо дель Торо услышит эту коллекцию музыки, тогда может быть вдохновится на создание серии фантастических фильмов ужасов."
1. The Outsider - 3:05 2. Innsmotuh - 4:27 3. In the Vault - 2:52 4. Dagon - 3:47 5. The Call of Cthulhu - 3:58 6. The Music of Erich Zann - 5:05 7. The Dunwich Horror - 4:17 8. Pickman's Model - 4:21 9. At the Mountains of Madness - 4:09 10. The Whisperer in Darkness - 3:49
Gavino Morretti is a little known Italian film composer (born 1953), who produced soundtracks for many European and American low-budget films – almost exclusively in the horror and science fiction genres. Imagined soundtracks to 1980's horror / sci-fi movies. It is not clear whether the artist's name is a pseudonym and who is actually behind the music.
"A Satanic force is awakened in an isolated Andalusian monastery, creating confusion and terror among a community of monks. Facing unrelenting psychologically torture and violent death, the monks call upon a team of parapsychologists for help. Can the combined power of Science and Faith stop the evil which threatens to destroy humanity?..."
1. Ungodly Rite - 01:32 2. The Satan Complex (Opening Credits) - 04:12 3. Veneration - 03:26 4. Father Jacob's Nightmare - 01:48 5. The Monastery (Trespass) - 02:20 6. Blood Spilled - 01:50 7. The Blackest Mass / Raising Hell - 03:31 8. Death and Desolation - 03:21 9. Lectio Divina - 02:04 10. The Pit - 03:45 11. Second Circle (Vision of Lust) - 03:24 12. Kneel Before the Beast - 00:52 13. Sword of the Spirit - 03:03 14. Soul and Body Burns - 02:04 15. A Holy Light - 02:33 16. The Satan Complex (End Credits) - 03:41
Дата: Понедельник, 13.03.2017, 18:56 | Сообщение # 88
Three Winters - Chroma (2014)
Chroma is the debut album of Norwegian electronic trio Three Winters.
According to the band, Three Winters – made up of Kim Sølve, Anders B. & Lars Fredrik Frøislie – takes inspiration from the vintage sounds on the ‘fifth generation VHS movies’ that defined their generation. The 11 tracks on Chroma sound like a soundtrack from a lost 80’s sci-fi or horror film. They features the classic sounds of driving analog sequences, deep synth bass, Mellotron, electric guitar and vocoders. This stunning debut from Norway's Three Winters is an irresistible blend of 80s inspired cinematic soundscapes, hard-hitting electronica and lush, analog textures. Taking equal inspiration from John Carpenter, 70's Tangerine Dream and Death in June, Three Winters conjures images of desolate, futuristic cityscapes, urban decay and nocturnal thrills. Highly recommended for fans of the previously mentioned bands as well as Zombi and retrowave/dreamwave acts.
The absolutely monumental debut from Norway’s dark electronica sensation Three Winters, Chroma. If you like John Carpenter, Tangerine Dream, Zombi or anything else electronic and cool, you’ll want this. ''With influences of the progressive-electronic music created by visionaries such as Klaus Shulze, Tangerine Dream, or Goblin, and the early 80’s sounds from Kraftwerk (of course) and Gary Numan; Three Winters have created a stunning debut album with impeccable production. This will expand your musical horizon, leading you to new sounds and new (and very pleasant) musical experiences. This record is highly recommended for those who are interested in the new outbreak of Minimal Wave, and Minimal Synth music.'' - by Daniel Olvera
Дата: Воскресенье, 02.04.2017, 18:59 | Сообщение # 90
Graham Plowman - HP Lovecraft Horror Music - Tales from the Necronomicon (2017)
A terrifying musical journey through the world of horror writer H.P. Lovecraft. Full orchestral suites, some of which are based on famous tales from Lovecraft, others are directly inspired by his work.
1. The Shadow Out of Time - 06:39 2. The Necronomicon - 06:37 3. Flight of the Mi-Go - 04:25 4. The Haunter of the Dark - 04:38 5. The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath 1 - Journey to Ngranek - 07:38 6. The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath 2 - Nyarlathotep - 08:24 7. The Thing on the Doorstep - 03:47 8. The Whisperer in Darkness - 04:29 9. The Lurking Fear - 05:09