I’ve found Bloodborne to have a particularly strong soundtrack. Tracks such as Lady Maria of the Astral Clocktower, Witch of Hemwick and Micolash to be particularly stirring in their composition. They are fraught with terror, darkness and despair as though small envelopes that harbour a dark purpose to any who can bear to listen.
Beyond that, I’ve found Marty O’Donnell’s Music Of The Spheres to be particularly great. The unfortunate reality though being that they had never been released proper and whatever recordings there are are a collage of stitched audio, I do hope that it might be released someday.
Moving on to a more optimistic and stirring set of tracks; I’ve indulged myself in the soundtrack to Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth. This set of tracks have proven to be genuinely pleasant to listen to and have accompanied me on my cycling trips to and from work when I’m not delving into an audiobook or podcast.
I’ve had my dalliance with others such as Axiom Verge, Dark Souls III, Divinity: Original Sin 2, Halo 5: Guardians, Hyper Light Drifter (Which has been exceptionally good for working in the lab to), Nier: Automata and the extended catalogue of Destiny and Destiny 2. Every single one of those has comfortably plinked along in my headset as I go about my business and have generally be interspersed with a modicum of Synthwave (The Midnight) and Piano Compositions (Lambert, Julien Marchal).