Morrison Reed is your avid film fan, with music that translates to soundtracks naturally. There are meditative pockets in the songs he makes, the frames he composes. His music sheet is unique, there is a blend of a lot of elements. It could be called avant-garde and niche electronic as well, but we don’t have to necessarily align. This is his latest single, Blood Money.
With a closed percussion envelope, he keeps resounding strings and an overlapping monologue. What you get is a thematic escape into a very “matrix” type situation. Put on your stereo headphones, and you’ll be transported to another time, another space. It is a virtual blend, something with live instruments as well as electronic elasticity.
Though this movie’s plot translated poorly to the audience, a good movie for this one is Charlie Countryman (2013). The adventures of psychedelic transportation as well as parallel storylines would be great for Morrison Reed’s single. Listen to his singles like Hollywood’s in Rehab and Electrify among his other superb compositions. We got a Moby kind of powerhouse for your next movie excursion!