Rob Laber
INDIE SUSPENSE MUSIC
By: Rob Laber
Catalog ID: 527713   Duration: 1:48   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 60   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Dramatic Music | Contemplative, considering, evaluating music
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This is dramatic underscore music for the independent film. Performed on multiple keyboards and guitars, a la Hans Zimmer or Badalamenti, this music creates a mood of intense suspense and mystery. To provide complete score for film see also Indie Action, Indie Love Theme and Indie Blues &Depair.   Keywords: danger investigate anticipation suspense mystery creepy unsettling suspicious inquiry questioning lurking snooping stalking following learning researching



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