We all have those soundtracks that take us back to the theater, that moment when a logo flashed on the screen to a perfect musical accompaniment. I can’t watch a John Carpenter film without waiting for that subtle keyboard, the ominous tones that hint at the action to come. There are exceptions, BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA is an over the top commitment to insanity with a first class ticket to crazy town. Every once in a while you hear the influence of his music on other soundtracks, or at least you can recognize a Carpenter style. Meet a friend of mine, Magnus Sellergren, he’s making music that sounds like it could have been recorded in 1981 by the man himself. From Carpenter to artists like Fabio Frizzi, Sellergreen, working under the name Call Me Greenhorn, has this good shit locked up.
His new album is called CUTTHROATS AT MIDNIGHT and is out now. Click here to support an indie artist doing good. What better way to jump start your weekend than to get a little creepy to a vintage sound. Subtle keyboards, ominous tones, and plenty of hints at action and brilliant sounds to come.
LOCKED AND LOADED,
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