Bohren & der Club of Gore: "The end of humanity has never sounded so hopeless and creepy"


Bohren & der Club of Gore’s hypnagogic ‘horror jazz’ has always flaunted an overwhelming penchant for the signature moves of soundtrack sorcerers such as John Carpenter and Goblin, as well as Angelo Badalamenti and Vangelis. We recently caught up with the band’s keys maestro, Morten Gass, and asked him to divulge some of his own favourite fear-inducing film scores

Bohren & der Club of Gore: Robin Rodenberg, Morten Gass and Christoph Clöser (photo by Kim von Coels)
Bohren & der Club of Gore: Robin Rodenberg, Morten Gass and Christoph Clöser (photo by Kim von Coels)

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