California-based duo Huff and Rapsys was formed while the two friends were working on a recording project in late 2004. In search of a fresh direction, they found common ground in a desire to create new material through an improvisational approach. Their spacious tracks incorporate Ambient, Electronic, and Experimental styles, conveying a dreamy mood using everything from atmospheric synth pads and keys to echoing layered guitars. Huff and Rapsys' unique soundscapes are great for everything from film soundtracks to meditation materials.
Subtle and slowly building like a sunrise over a misty lake, evocative guitar textures and sine tone bass washes create a peaceful and inspiring mood. The loose melodic patterns develop and build throughout. Instrumental, Dramatic Music, Ethereal Music
Opening with a beckoning, other worldly sound, an effected Rhodes piano finally steps out of the hatch into space, and begins a slow building dance in a weightless world. Beautifully meditative. Would work in a dream sequence, underwater, or some other kind of new world exploration. Fantasy love. Instrumental, Dramatic Music, Ethereal Music
Subtle, slow moving, and ethereal. A beautiful soundscape. Rhodes blended with synth pads, creating an open, empty feel. Almost like floating. Moments of slight tension swallowed back up by space and time. Would work for dream sequences, or shots of vast open space. Instrumental, Dramatic Music, Ethereal Music
Calm and reflective, dreamy guitar soundscapes gently flow evoking images of distant landscapes. Builds throughout, reaching an intense climax toward the end before fading into the distance. Instrumental, Dramatic Music, Ethereal Music
Like a nightmare creeping into consciousness, dark ambient tones swirl and churn, slowly developing and building. Reverse Rhodes keyboard effects contribute to a dark and silky texture. Instrumental, Horror Music, Horror Edgy Music
Driving high Rhodes looped and blended beautifully with voice-like synth leaving an ethereal feel with strong forward motion. Gradual changes in timbre eventually lead to strong tension near the end, letting go into an otherworldly outro. Would work for dream sequences, and new world explorations. Instrumental, Dramatic Music, Ethereal Music