Select Page

John Carpenter: “The Fog Moves Inland” (The Fog score, 1980) John Carpenter’s legacy is just as strong as a composer as it is as filmmaker to me. The Fog is one of his better scores from his first groundbreaking series of horror films.(Source:...

Lalo Schifrin: “The Exorcist (Rejected Score)” (1973) Lalo Schifrin’s score for William Friedkin’s The Exorcist film was rejected by the director, who ended up using existing contemporary pieces by Anton Webern and Krzysztof Penderecki instead....

Sielwolf: “Nachtstrom” (Nachtstrom, 1993) Sielwolf’s title track from their scathing 1993 opus Nachtstrom splits the difference between early 90s grindcore and classic Teutonic industrial clatter.(Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

Presk: Babou (Something Happening Somewhere) Pieter Willems’ as Presk starts off with “Babou,” equipped with a straight up distorted kick and a brassy synth lead, stark and to the point. Its syncopated open fifths give it a mid-00s vibe to me, but its punchy...