This makes me want to take a long drive in the forest and hills at night with this playing and imagine that I'm in a David Lynch movie. Although, if I did that, I would probably get assaulted by a weirdo in a tuxedo wearing a papier mache blank face mask. So maybe I won't. Atmospheric AF. Brilliant.
Favorite track: Breathless.
Fusing together the magic of ambient music, the groove and mysticism of bluesy guitars and hypnotic drum sequences, this album is like one big trip down the noir lane. It's just you and a city covered in neons and smoke. I also get a little bit of a neo-western vibe from it, similar to soundtracks from Borderlands games. Give this album a chance and I guarantee you'll like it. Favorite track: The Witching Hour.
Smokey ambient blues soaked in acid. Unlike a lot of techy ambient soundscapes, the wonderful music on this album has interesting variations, deep percussion and a primal sexual aesthetic. Most ambient music speaks to the head, Caustic Noir (great title by the way) aims for, and hits, the groin.
Favorite track: The Witching Hour.
Damp, foggy woodland. Rituals, tucked away huts, people that want to be left alone.
I've written deep, ancient forests with this in the background. Packed pines, mulchy woodland carpets. nanashinoprofile
When it comes to ghostly, sinister(?) atmospheres, I believe Dead Melodies is that brooding shadow observing me from that derelict bell tower. I sense a kind of melancholy subtly coiled around the scarier moments of this beautiful production. slc_winterized