JF Blais - Into The Void
I’ve been enjoying the mysterious soundscape that composer and producer, JF Blais has created in his track, “Into The Void” from the album, Circo Pordeno 18.
Though the song is only two minutes long, it carries with it a dark and hypnotic atmosphere filled with textures, orchestral strings and a piano melody that adds such a layer of depth to the song, it’s what stands out to me the most. I honestly wish the track had carried on longer but having it on loop has been a great experience as well! This is the perfect track to throw on late at night as the day comes to an end, the ambient/jazz atmosphere will provide a relaxing feeling to say the least.
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