Posts Tagged ‘horror’

Aydan Appreciates: ‘The Signal’ by Wojciech Golczewski

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Floating through nebulae and flying through space are typically associated with a sense of excitement and discovery, perhaps a sense of wonderment concerning what kind of life may lie beyond our own limited scope. ‘The Signal’, an album written by demoscene and horror movie score-writing veteran Wojciech Golczewski of Poland, provides a stark contrast to the optimistic ventures of aspiring astronauts. It paints a picture that evokes enigmatic and frightful visions of the cold and desolate void that is our universe, interspersed with brief, touching moments of optimism. Before we head off on our excursion, do note that this is an atmospheric, ambient album; this is best listened to in one sitting, preferably in the dark, in order to better experience this artist’s vision. Now, come. The signal beckons us.

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‘HalloWIN’ Full Review

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Sup y’all? =) President Hoodie here, terrified to bring you a spooptastic track-by-track review of our debut comp of spoopytunes, ‘HalloWIN‘!

Chances are you’ve already devoured (or been devoured by?) this deliciously scary album upon its release date last Friday. Well, here’s a chance to do such all over again and this time aided by the creepy writing prowess of four of our blog writers. Starting the frightful journey, it’s R. Morgan Slade!

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Horrific album artwork by Nate Horsfall of lightningarts.com.

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The Unicorn Princess Royally Reviews ‘Do Not’, a score by Parallelis

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I love recording digging; it’s what I do to find something new to listen to, but like with everything in life, I’m picky. I get bored easily and obsess over the same few albums relentlessly — I’m selective with where I go and I do the things that I like. While I listen to a lot of music, it takes something special to really grab my attention. I’m generally drawn towards music that tells a great story, with sounds that catch my interest. I’m always trying to educate myself with what I hear, and when I was digging through the ChipWINdex, it was the score of ‘Do Not’, by Parallelis that caught my attention.

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ChipWIN-tern Presents: It Follows

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There is something I freely admit to people: I am an absolute wimp when it comes to horror movies. I can’t watch super gory films. Suspenseful films keep me awake for weeks. I’m pretty sure there are still movies I saw in my childhood that come back and get me some nights. So why, then, did I go out and see It Follows? Because I found out it was scored by none other than Rich Vreeland, and if Disasterpeace is putting his music in something, I’m obligated to give it the good ol’ college try and check it out. (more…)

Inside The Daякcнip Mind of Tommy Creep

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Hello, Frank here again for another installment of Inside The Daякcнip Mind. All the hype is going to the full album ‘Chainsaw Witches‘ by ‘Tommy Creep.’ This album came out on April 29th, he also has physical copies that include a poster and sticker besides the CD that will start shipping by the time you read this! This album really drew me in various ways, the variety of it is pure greatness/genius in my book & I haven’t gotten tired of looping this since it came out yet!

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