A dark, driving orchestra/electronica hybrid track – inspired by the darker futures of visual masterpieces such as Deux Ex and Cyberpunk 2077. However, this track was directly inspired by Kuldar Leement’s inspirational digital artwork, ‘Red’.
A calm, melancholy piano + string cue, with a simple cyclic theme. It’s a twinge of sadness mixed with a bit of optimism – of things lost but new things yet to come. And they’ll come.
A soaring, epic orchestral piece, embodying the beauty of exploration and discovery. Starts off with sombre cellos, but builds to a broad final section with full orchestra.
Atmospheric piano & strings brings a pensive, thoughtful mood – perfect for daydreaming.
A simple, thoughtful and intimate piano solo, using triplets to softly move forward.
A dark electronica track, which starts out with a pulsing beat and ambient guitars, but drops into a driving, synth-heavy backend. Inspired by a recent experience with a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine… which makes some incredibly dark industrial music – trust me!
A dark, atmospheric track from an old album project I never completed. Sinister undertones abound, with ambient vocals and synth, and an effected ethnic wind instrument which adds a mysterious feeling.
A cinematic opening to a project that never came to be. Dark, ambient tones give way to an orchestral rise, and then to a simple melody played on a Duduk (an Armenian clarinet), accompanied by orchestra.
A hymn-like solo piano piece – short, and sweet. 🙂
A simple, modern piano & orchestra piece in two parts – beginning with a simple piano motif and effected woodwinds, but suddenly dropping into a dramatic, driving orchestral backend at ~2:05.