It’s already recognized that Shlohmo is a superb sound designer. The producer has been a strong pressure throughout a number of music genres for the previous decade, displaying off his ability and verstality within the studio by a mess of all-star collaborations, solo works, and remixes. He can now add movie scores to his prolonged resumé, due to HBO’s newest movie enterprise, Share.
He’s crafted a 17-piece collage of clippings as moody because the movie they have been made for, piecing collectively a wide range of acoustic and digital devices to create a hypnotizing ambient environment. Skillful sound results and association add a poignant contact to the general product, whereas hitting the ears in any respect the sonically satisfying factors. It’s a formidable debut into the movie scoring world by the veteran—although the standard is unsurprising.
Prior to Share, Shlohmo launched his third album, The End, to important acclaim. Its intriguing mix of rock and electronica made for a refreshing, forward-thinking file, with every observe coming collectively into the artist’s cohesive expression of accepting inevitable dying by the hands of the apocalypse.