DJ/Producer RFLX reached out to BD to let us know about his awesome 70s/80s horror mix, which features only samples, cues, and clips from several classic (and a few lesser known) horror flicks.
RFLX states, “Sometimes the used samples correspond to the music directly, sometimes they don’t (but work as a comment or build some kind of a narrative frame around certain parts of the mix). Music wise there are the obvious classics but also some lesser known tracks and some variations of well known themes. No additional sounds besides the scores, samples and FX were used to create this mix. Enjoy and feel free to share this one with your friends and relatives.”
You can listen to the full mix below as well as download it!
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