Florida Composer Dakota Goldsworth's music ranges from Danny Elfman-inspired Dramatic Orchestral pieces to Rock, Jazz, and Electronic tracks. In addition to scoring Indie films, he produces Pop Rock artists like Stephany Kess, and writes Corporate Instructional Videos for companies like Hobbs & Law and BXRepro. In the 1990s, Dakota led an Industrial Metal band, and has recently released two Orchestral CDs. Musical influences include James Dooley, Ennio Morricone, Christopher Young, Al Jourgensen, and Daft Punk.
Rides the cold razor's edge between a modern Unsolved Mysteries tales of crime theme and a Friday the 13th type horror shlock. Evil fuzzed out bass, gasping breaths, swelling choirs and slow pulsating rhythms. Perfect for Dexter type TV and Films. Instrumental, Dangerous, Dark Music
Great Sci-Fi Epic Dubstep. Deep and booming wobble bass on top of energetic urban beats. Great for Film and TV, Trailers, Cutting Edge Product Branding and more. Has an almost E. S. Posthumous quality to it. Instrumental, Dangerous, Dangerous Music
A monstrous and powerful track that swells and builds into a gigantic march of doom. A choir sings above the chanting of orc-like heaving and hoeing. Has the feel of Lord of the Rings and Skyrim the Elder Scrolls, perfect for video games, movie trailers, conveys absolute dominion. Instrumental, Dangerous, Dark Music