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Events Score

Daniel Davies

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1
One 60 Clone
Daniel Davies
5:41
2
Single Machine
Daniel Davies
3:03
3
Shadows Alive
Daniel Davies
3:13
4
XXT
Daniel Davies
3:17
5
Endless Blue
Daniel Davies
4:47
6
In Hiding
Daniel Davies
4:48
7
Body Obtained
Daniel Davies
2:50
8
Stasis
Daniel Davies
3:11
Total Playing Time    30:50
"Delicious atmosphere spliced with elevated horror and suspense, Davies offers an analog synth score for an imagined horror film right at home with the best of John Carpenter and Tangerine Dream"
- Aaron Lupton (Rue Morgue Magazine)

Events Score, is an eight-song collection of otherworldly instrumentals that expands on the musician’s distinct talent for wringing modernistic soundscapes from vintage synths.

Perhaps best known for his role as a collaborator and co-writer on horror auteur John Carpenter’s recent Halloween score, Lost Themes and Anthology albums (as well as a pillar of his live band’s subsequent tours), Events Score marks Davies’ first proper solo album.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lakeshore Records Studio Masters

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