Okayu - flos https://youtu.be/4muYzftomAE
Nyanners - SEISO https://youtu.be/spi6yOS6zy4
Nhato - Jupiter Junction https://youtu.be/1sNtyKA87oo
I made a point to listen to a bunch of symphonies over the last couple months, trying to develop some appreciation for purity and form in these times of corruption and dissolution. Not sure if it worked; on the one hand, I still rate these things by whether it sounds like a Williams score, but after awhile I also found myself listening to Uematsu and such with a somewhat more critical ear. If you'd like a recommendation from this exercise, I'll offer Bruckner's 6th: https://youtu.be/KGRiyyqwYuA
because it's main, big, loud motif has the feel of an epic adventure film, I thought. And also Beethoven's 9th. I couldn't help feeling the joy.
Cool. I hadn't listened to anything huehueian in quite a while. Some years ago I found a lot of joy in CAZUZA's Vai à Luta, covers of Corcovado, and a lot of other 70s/80s stuff I can't remember.
This is unexpectedly delightful.
Konami, eh? I've never heard that, though I guess it comes from Silent Hill.
Dangerous and night makes me think Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines. Especially the Santa Monica theme, though that's a lot cleaner and comfier than the dissonant track you posted.
Maybe darksynth in general? I've always liked Carpenter Brut for my night runs through junkieland. https://youtu.be/UcChyvEUo-o