Tokyo Bloodworm’s mysterious instrumental music feels almost organic, with Asian-themed, low-key tracks perfect for Globe Trekker, crime show interludes, etc. ‘As the Sea…’ sounds like an orchestra warming up; ‘Frost’ begins with falling rain. Tokyo Bloodworm’s tracks present interesting and mysterious music for interesting and mysterious projects. This is definitely for those looking for something very unique and outside the norm for their film, video game, and television projects.
Classical, orchestra tuning up, the sea in times of storm, epic, violins swirling, contemporary classical. Great edgy soundscape for impending danger, indecision, contemplating the next move, escaping from doom. Would work for space travel, gearing up for battle or preparing for war. Instrumental, Classical Music, 21st Century
Soft and uplifting, yet brooding classical piece, mixed with a modern electronic glitchy hip hop beat. Mysterious music that starts slowly and keeps a steady pace throughout. Good for ambient soundscape, Instrumental, Classical Music, 21st Century
Mild acoustic electronic track. It keeps to a floating sort of Pink Floyd aesthetic. Featuring hypnotic flutes, glitchy electronic rhythms, deep bass pulses, soft field recording of wind and traffic, and subdued electric guitars. Perfect opener to a scene or for moments of solitude or realization, Female Vocals, New Age Music, Atmospheres
A shoegaze style folk song sounding as if it was strummed along to under a tree in the middle of the desert. Intimate and somehow disjointed music evocative of youth and long, slowly unfolding summers. Also featuring whispering vocal chants and wooden sounding rhythms, Male Vocals, Folk Music, Psychedelic Folk