Daljit Kundi is a dark music composer and sound-designer based in the United Kingdom
Associated with Haunted Saginaw, Moonlark Media, Paranormal Investigators Series, Paranormal Encounters and Cognetti Films. Officially remixed by Akira Yamaoka composer of the Silent Hill franchise and the 2006 movie by Christophe Gans..
As a child, his self-searching led him to his deep connection with 'music' which was inspired by abandoned locations, horror video games most significantly Resident Evil and Silent Hill. Daljit was also influenced by Ed & Lorraine Warren and movies directed by the legendary George A. Romero. From the age of 16, Daljit Kundi signified his recordings of sinisteric sounds researching the dimensions of otherworldly aesthetics of sound creation, experimenting with dark ambient music that cultivated his ritualistic visions, re-enactments of "mysterious and inexplicable” noises, travelling into the surreal landscapes using a recording device to capture sounds from nature and acknowledging the existence.
Daljit Kundi has ghostwritten scores for directors: Steven T. Shippy (Haunted Saginaw), Stephen Cognetti (Hell House LLC), Connor Biddle (Paranormal Encounters), Atilla Kaldy (TRACK) and composed the official theme song for Paranormal Encounters feat. Kirsty Hawkshaw. Since the inception Kundi has scored several documentaries and movies exploring the realms of the supernatural & paranormal.
Listening To My Music
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Who Can Use My Music?
My music is primarily aimed at film & TV professionals, production companies, trailer editors, game developers, documentary makers, producers, students and independent filmmakers looking for atmospheric music to license for use in their films, documentaries and videos. But I’ve also heard from ‘non-industry’ people who just enjoy listening to atmospheric music, so if you like cinematic film soundtracks, dramatic trailer cues and dark textural soundscapes you can also just buy and download the music tracks for personal listening without a license (apart from the royalty free collections which are only available with a license attribution 4.0 international (CC BY 4.0)
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