In which we discuss mysteries, theories, and transitions
I'm especially fond of the way you open and close the track! The end feels like a call back, but a little more sinister. Great stuff as always. That painting is tremendously creepy. I was introduced to all things Jack the Ripper by the 1967 Star Trek episode, "Wolf in the Fold" and that somehow led me to falling in love with Agatha Christie books.
"Off-kilter greatness," indeed. Also: Consider: Shetland, Sherlock, Wallander, Annika, the latest spate of Agatha Christie remakes, Only Murders in the Building, and the three variations on The Bridge (the Danish/Swedish original, the British/French "The Tunnel", and the American/Mexican "The Bridge" again).
Just FYI before I even read/listen to this, do you know that I am Jack the Ripper enthusiast? Obviously not of his work, but of the whole mystery of his identity, the crimes, etc.? I own the book “The Complete Jack the Ripper” and have taken the Ripper walking tour in London. Looking forward to this edition of PC!
Great beat and super creepy painting. I love the sound effects here. The whole Jack the Ripper mystery is fascinating, I need to brush up on it!
Yes , I can recognize you melody stile already
I don't know how long you've been doing this but I love how you arrive and maintain the dissonances
they never get heavy
There's always a good balance there
It even makes me open up about the context that led you to compose (which is something I have little interest in)
But I've heard it a few times already