Shrill, high strings relentlessly race against time as the drums pound out the chasing intensity, layering with huge brass swells and deep synth blasts; driving orchestra tells the story: our hero must find a way out - and SOON - or all will be lost.
A dark pad layers under a serious piano motif, setting a contemplative and emotional intro; strings layer in as the drama unfolds, swelling up with ticking, lush full orchestra and a bold brass theme to a huge climax.
A tense piano intro plays a darkly innocent intro leading to driving strings, an insistent synth pulse, slamming drums building the deadly charge towards a bold anti-heroic hybrid orchestral and brass-led back end as time runs out.
Mysterious, chiming synths and bells with dangerous, low pads and brass blasts layer with insistent, anticipatory string ostinatos, building with relentless time and pounding drums as the brass drives the huge drama to a dark build.
Swirling, reversed pads and a ticking clock set a mysterious, dramatic atmosphere as acoustic guitar plucks layer in over suspenseful piano, pounding drum hits and tense FX, building with urgent, driving strings and brass.
Unique, unsettling female vocals mix with alien bells and mysterious synth pads and swirling strings for a darkly seductive atmosphere; ticking clocks and insistent strings build drama and urgency with futuristic synth arpeggios and bold brass swells.
Rhythmic metal Zippo lighter strikes tick and click over a mysterious, yet alluring piano and dark, low pulsing pads; a menacing, dissonant choir layers in with dark cello, swelling to a deadly climax.
Emotional piano and mysterious, futuristic pulsing synths layer with a steady ticking; lush strings add poignant drama to the true crime investigation, building with driving insistence to a serious and important climax.
Dark, brooding piano intro, ticking and ominous, with low cellos and chiming guitars, and a gritty synth bass; elegant strings and somber brass create an emotional motif over pounding, stately percussion and lush choir, leading to a massive back end