Thanks for the suggestion! I also heard about Sam Haynes over on My Scary Blog
, where he described it as:
"It's a darkly atmospheric collection of dark electro horror perfect for Halloween haunts or background party music. The vibe varies from ultra creepy to downright dance-y, and there's a definitive 70s and 80s horror movie feel that permeates many tracks."
I'm listening to some samples right now, and I like what I hear. I may have to grab this album! I like instrumental Halloween music, but much of it is very ambient, so it will be nice to have something in my collection of background haunt music that has some edge and bite to it. The heavier electronic beats will keep me carving well into the night.