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Halloween Listening: the 31 Best Electronic Horror Movie Soundtracks of All Time via Thump

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Adafruit loves music. Adafruit loves Electronic music. Adafruit loves Halloween. So, we love this list that Thump put together last Halloween to celebrate the best Electronic Horror Film Soundtracks.

Harrowing synthesizer lines have long been synonymous with the guts and gore of the cinema’s scariest corners, so here’s a list of the genre’s most essential scores…Both because of this functional consideration and the unlimited possibilities that the instruments offered, synth compositions became a go-to source for striking fear in the hearts of motion picture audiences over the course of 70s and 80s, and sparked a fated relationship between electronic music and genre films that lasts even to this day.

Read & Hear More @ Thump.

If you’d like to go even deeper then Horrorpedia has a frightfully formidable list too.

But in the meantime, here’s a couple of my own favorites to get your October started right:


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1 Comment

  1. Personally, I prefer http://deadair.co/

    But I’m biased.

    🙂

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