Gavin Villarreal is a muti-instrumentalist and one-man music project based out of Boston. Combining Industrial percussion and atmosphere with Classical and Baroque elements, Gavin creates a soundscape of music of the old world clashing with the new. Evolving from his harsher compositions while taking inspiration from classical literature and unique authors such as H. P. Lovecraft and Edward Gorey, he gives his music a timeless and dark feel. With instrumentation ranging from harpsichords to rusty synthesizers, Gavin hopes to make a sound that's original as well as powerful.
Jazzy composition featuring a funky organ groove, airy piano, and gritty vocals. Based on a scene in chapter 5, when Sibyl tells her mother of her love for Dorian. Deep keyboard synths mixed with delicate piano melodies. Haunting and deep vocals. Rhythmic drum patterns. Male Vocals, Indie Rock Music, Goth
Playfully creepy composition featuring a bouncy piano riff and distorted percussion. Consistently rhythmic cymbals create a haunting mood. This track could be used in jazzy, circus, and horror productions. Instrumental, Dramatic Music, Mechanical and Industrial Music
Eerie composition featuring creepy, distorted vocals, meandering piano, and airy strings. The title reflects upon Dorian seeing his picture for the first time. Sounds like Portishead, Wilde. Male Vocals, Dangerous Music, Mysterious Music