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Or browse results titled :. Scott Lawlor Corinth, Lovin Kind - The Concretes - The Concretes. A jack of all trades, veteran musician Scott Lawlor, composes in different sub-genres such as dark ambient and light ambient, solo piano, cosmic drone and avant-garde, both as a solo artist and as a revered collaborating partner with many other well-established artists in the ambient community. Hence, Scott has built a solid reputation for himself as Après «LArtisanat Furieux» - Various - Musique De Notre Temps: Reperes 1945/1975 cornerstone persona in the ambient community.
Contact Scott Lawlor. Streaming and Download help. Meditations by Michelle Qureshi. A sublime album, Her use of instrumentation to evoke sonic imagery to set the mood for the theme of each of the meditations is outstanding.
Highly recommended. Scott Lawlor. A fantastic album, the low drones and darkly ethereal instrumentation convey what it must like to be at the dead sea. A quietly contemplative album perfect for any ambient fan. Wax & Wane - Various - Back To The Penguin - The Dark Sound Of The 80s 1+2 of the most beautiful albums I have ever heard. The atmospheric drones and pensive angelic choirs will present to you an invitation to ponder the nature of your existence in this mortal coil.
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Piano notes add melody too, sometimes giving lightness to the mental vistas created, and sometimes adding a hint of chaotic madness as well. Favorite track: an evil shadow lurking in the night.
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This film invaded my psyche for weeks, even haunting my dreams and it was at that point that I felt that I had to create my own interpretation of the movie. Track 4 was inspired by the original music composed for the movie by Gerald Gouriet.
Track 5 was inspired by the music of Rasalhague, in particular, his Rage inside the Window album. The dark ambient genre is popular, crossing the borders between different scenes like black metal, experimental music and ambient.
Scott Lawlor is a prolific ambient artist whose work crosses many borders, sometimes beautiful, sometimes scary, and he is expert in each style. This is darkly confident music on which the musician shows both his compositional chops and his skills as a sensitive player. A superb mix of dark ambient.
When I mean several, I'm nearly talking Merzbow here. Why he chose Child Of Rage out of his many others, I don't know exactly, but I suppose as it is a bit more horror inspired than his other works which constitute to around eighty million various pieces of drone and some weird act called Spank Hookers he thought I would dig it, and indeed I do.
Child Of Rage is actually a concept album based on a '92 CBS made for TV movie which is classified as Wax & Wane - Various - Back To The Penguin - The Dark Sound Of The 80s 1+2 mystery, seeming like a very psychotic and strange thing for the network to air around this time period. How in the world do you even get ahold of a made for TV movie that goes back to my childhood years in this day and age?
I was seven. I guess I'll not answer that question, but it resulted in this artwork and I think that's a good thing. As for the disc, Милая Моя Далеко - Андрей Губин - Только Ты certainly are offered quite a bit of drone as you might suspect based on the artist's repertoire, but that doesn't say anything about the creep factor of the disc, which certainly isn't wise music to play while you're playing a horror game with a bad soundtrack, or reading some sort of horror novel with no soundtrack, obviously.
It almost goes from the sound of a church organ to something a bit more unsettling, which really kind of freaked me out. Really, you wrote this for a '92 film? You could have used this on a modern horror film and made a name for yourself in that industry, seriously. Holy shit, this is one of the most bizarrely uncomfortable pieces I've heard in a bit. I'm also reminded a little bit of the original Pennywise theme now that we have a remake set to arrive next year which only adds to the fright factor.
Congratulations, Scott. You know how to scare the bejesus out of people, even with your more drone-influenced cuts. Imagine you're driving down the road at night while this is playing in your car. You roll up on a dead body in the middle of the road and all of a sudden a sharp effect starts playing from the disc. You'd nearly shit yourself or have a heart attack when you came upon that grisly scene while having this music play in the background.
The same can be said of maggot covered roadkill it doesn't have to be a human body, after all which will still come off quite frightening when coupled with that sound. Yes, the record comes with it's own jump scares, which isn't something I can say I've ever heard from a horror-influenced ambient before. This thing is legitimately scary and people are going to think they're in a horror movie if you place this in the background.
For all you collegiates reading this, of which there are none try switching out the party mix with that of Child Of Rage and then walk off into the background. Immediately, you'll freak some people out at the party, especially some of those who are drunk and start a sort of frenzy. Apparently certain sounds cause fright and among normal people who aren't used to this sort of thing, you can make them go pretty nuts.
Just don't do that right now as things are a little fucked up in this country, especially for collegiates who are Vienna - Various - Tempted - A Collection Of Mellow 80s Classics doubt playing a soundtrack similar to Child Of Fire in their heads while imagining horrifying scenes from our new president elect.
At the very end of the day, Lawlor proves that he can scare the shit out of me, and in a way that I've never experienced before. I'm not putting on this record EVER while I read anything frightening, More Blues - The Pink Floyd* - Soundtrack From The Film More this disc will only add to it.
But there are some rather sad moments to the album as well, which I can equate heavily with visual novel soundtracks of course, which contain quite Wax & Wane - Various - Back To The Penguin - The Dark Sound Of The 80s 1+2 music in tone and atmosphere.
That being said, it's just as frightening as anything I've heard from the best horror visual novels there are very few in English, unfortunately and I'd certainly recommend it to those looking for a good scare. It only took a quick In Het Bad Met Violetta - Lord Wanhoop - In Het Bad Met Violetta search to find his Bandcamp. Most people associate ambient music with crystal healing and new-age mumbo-jumbo but Lawlor has produced an ambient album of such magnificently malignant darkness that it would be a suitable sound track to any psychological horror.
Lawlor admits in his Bandcamp blurb that the film stayed with him, haunting his dreams in the wake of watching it.