Many documentaries, TV magazine, or movies tell stories about cybercrime. The stock music recordings from our latest album provide an excellent backdrop to these themes, enhancing the atmosphere created by the images and text.
There is a growing demand for music that can be used under recordings that process modern digital themes, but does not emphasize a positive, cheerful, enthusiastic sense of life.
Olivér Bajza, Donát Baracsi, Csaba Faltay, Ákos Lustyik, Tamás Sebestyén, Gábor Subicz and Brigitta Varga present the dark side of the internet with depressing, tense, futuristic electronic music.
The tracks on the album build slowly, creating an ominous, dark and mysterious atmosphere.
Many documentaries, TV magazine, or movies process stories about cybercrime. The stock music recordings from our latest album provide an excellent backdrop to these themes, enhancing the atmosphere created by the images and text.
Let’s have a listen!
Lost in time – A mysterious investigation with ominous omens
Mistveil – Catchy electronic piano melody with dark prediction
System overflow – Dark electronics with epic synthesizer sounds and dynamic beats
Drak creatures – Awesome atmosphere – when you feel observed
Screeze – Spooky deep pulsation with screaming flute sounds
Dark bits – Cyber chase, codes, number systems – the tension of the last moments
Hacking – Digital cyber sounds and robot groove sound
The full album can be listened to here:
TWPM 049 Dark Net – cyber crime electronica
You can find the montage from the album here:
Soundcloud – Dark Net Montage