In the dark, our minds can play tricks on us. Our imaginations can run wild, and sometimes, it can be hard to tell what’s real and what’s not. To help set the mood, we’ve compiled a list of 10 creepy electronic music tracks to listen to in the dark.
As the days get shorter and the nights get longer, it’s the perfect time to curl up with a good horror movie – or some equally scary music. If you’re in the mood for something truly chilling, check out these 10 spine-tingling tracks from some of electronic music’s most macabre producers.
1. “Hexen” by Perturbator
2. ” estimate ” by Carpenter Brut
3. “Welcome to Rapture” by Stanislav Tolkachev
4. “Dying” by Autechre
5. “Alles Ist Meine Fehler” by Emptyset
6. “Ixodidae” by Shifted
7. “A take away show” by The Haxan Cloak
8. “Trespasser” by Ben Frost
9. “An Open Secret” by Raime
10. “Endless Poetry” by S U R V I V E
“Hauntology” by Burial
With its ethereal melodies, lo-fi production and Field Recordings, “Hauntology” is the perfect track to add to any spooky playlist. The unsettling atmosphere of the song will send chills down your spine, especially when listened to in the dark.
“Untitled #2” by Autechre
“Untitled #2” by Autechre is a tracks that is creepy, electronic, and perfect for listening to in the dark. The track is four minutes and eighteen seconds long, and starts with a slow, eerie melody that gradually builds in intensity. As the melody progresses, it becomes more and more chaotic, until it finally reaches a climax around the three minute mark. At this point, the track becomes a flurry of noise, before finally fading out into silence.
“Ricochet” by Plaid
This is a song that I love, but it definitely has a creepy vibe. It’s got a nice, slow build that creates a sense of unease. The manipulated vocal samples add to the creepy factor. If you’re looking for something to listen to on a dark night, this is a good choice.
“Circles” by The Orb
“Circles” by The Orb is a creepy and eerie electronic track that is perfect for listening to in the dark. The track features a slow and haunting melody that is interspersed with strange noises and effects, creating an unsettling and unnerving atmosphere.
“Voodoo People” by The Prodigy
This song is creepy because it starts with a creepy voice talking about voodoo people, and then the beat comes in and it’s just creepy. The lyrics are also about voodoo people, which makes it even creepier.
“Come to Daddy” by Aphex Twin
“Come to Daddy” is a song by Aphex Twin, released on the eponymous EP in 1997. The song is notable for its eerie, distorted vocals and unsettling atmosphere.
“Windowlicker” by Aphex Twin
This track is dark, eerie, and will definitely give you the chills. With its strange Electronic vocal samples and ominous synths, “Windowlicker” is the perfect track to listen to when you’re in the mood for something creepy.
“Tetragon” by µ-Ziq
This track, from µ-Ziq’s 1998 album Royal Astronomy, is creepy and atmospheric, with a slow, pounding beat and strange, warbling synths. It’s the perfect track to listen to on a dark, stormy night.
“Omgyjya-Switch7” by Venetian Snares
This track by Venetian Snares is the perfect example of creepy electronic music. The slow, methodical beat and eerie synths create a feeling of unease that is perfect for setting a dark, spooky mood.