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[Exclusive Interview] THE CALL Composer Samuel Joseph Smythe Talks Synths, Scares and Sonic Inspiration
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[Portrait of a Killer Character] DARLING and The Terrifying Sound of Trauma and Psychological Horror
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[Review] Spice Up Your Halloween Playlist…Again! With Sean Keller’s REVENGE OF THE KILLER SOUNDS OF HALLOWEEN
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