TOP 5 albums from Dead When I Found Her
5. Cliff Martinez – “The Kinck – Season 2” OST
Michael Arthur Holloway: “I absolutely adore the work Cliff Martinez has done for this excellent television series. Marrying minimalistic analog synth pulses to a late 1800’s period-piece medical drama — the setting of which would have no knowledge whatsoever of synthesizers — was an artsy, ballsy move.
It’s chilling how well it works; the music sounds medical, it has the cold precision and sterilized precision of surgical chamber. And yet, it’s also very moving. This is immensely enjoyable whether experienced during the show (which is fantastic, btw) or by itself. This might actually be my favorite music of 2015, overall.”
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