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The Caretaker project began in late 1996 in Stockport, England by Leyland Kirby, undoubtedly inspired from the ballroom scene in Stanley Kubrick's "Shining". The first release played and extended this theme of altering 1920s and 1930s ballroom music creating an eerie and haunted soundworld. Subsequently the sound has become darker and often more abstract over time, moving away from the initial idea of a haunted…

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  • d nl thnx
  • ohh Lord
  • we need new music
  • !!!!!!! beautiful ahh
  • It's been mentioned before, but imagine if Kirby got to score Fallout 4.
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  • woah en empty bliss is really good, first couple of listens I thought this was some kind of samplers of some sort of antique vinyl playing, and to a certain extent it is, but what really took me aback the was the fact that he made actual digital arrangements by himself, something that sparked my interest under the influence. Its surreal how simplistic it sounds from the surface, but once you wade into it, you submerge yourself into a full room of sonically detailed embellishments that really puts you in such an inspiring awe.
  • All the songs he used are in public domain I think, so he can use that music, add ambiant noise and call it his own music
  • More like background music for people already dead. [3]

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