Killers Within is a film that dabs into a variety of genres: fantasy, horror, thriller, and action. To follow the film’s shifting tones, the score features a phalanx of electronic and digital tools, calling for a huge amount of analog and digital synthesizers for ambiences and textures, processed strings and reversed percussions, old school keyboards like Rhodes and Hammond organ, electronic pianos, layered acoustic and electronic bass to add rhythm and tension, EQ’ed digital pulses, and a wide array of risers, hits, and percussive sweeps. All of this backed, when necessary, with more traditional orchestral groups like string pads, brass effects, and processed woodwinds. Listen to the album.
In this reflective exploration of childhood, filmed in Peru under the guidance of Werner Herzog, director Aqsa Altaf patiently and lovingly tells the story of two souls on their last day together. With no dialog and minimal sound effects, The Long Farewell relies on music to create a profoundly poetic atmosphere; the score was written primarily for synthesizers with piano solos performed by the composer. Listen to the album.
Dear Alice tells the story of Anthony, an unconfident artist, who must inspire a wide-eyed young girl, Alice, to see the beauty in her sketch before the bus they’re in reaches his stop. The score was written as a duet between solo violin and solo cello to play on this newfound relationship where each character inspires the other. Listen to the album.
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