19 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ostensibly the score for a TV crime thriller of the same name, this collection of icy soundscapes underscores Clark’s masterful melding of sounds real and created. Culled from the soundtrack and edited into new pieces, The Last Panthers is a chilling journey, from the glacial pulse of “Hiero-Bosch for Khalil” to the guttural synth whine of “Panthers Bass Plock.” Brief pockets of relief stand out—the nostalgic “Serbian Daffodil” and gently unfolding arpeggios of “Open Foe”—but as a brooding, melancholic whole, it hits hard.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ostensibly the score for a TV crime thriller of the same name, this collection of icy soundscapes underscores Clark’s masterful melding of sounds real and created. Culled from the soundtrack and edited into new pieces, The Last Panthers is a chilling journey, from the glacial pulse of “Hiero-Bosch for Khalil” to the guttural synth whine of “Panthers Bass Plock.” Brief pockets of relief stand out—the nostalgic “Serbian Daffodil” and gently unfolding arpeggios of “Open Foe”—but as a brooding, melancholic whole, it hits hard.

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