by Eston “silence” Schweickart, from Land of Fans and Music 3. There are a lot of Time-themed songs, but this one really captures the tragic and unsettling nature of the aspect, while using lots of cool time sound motifs.
by Clark Powell and Tavia Morra, from Volume 8. Both uses of Even in Death have heavily involved Void, first Roxy’s sleepwalk through the dream bubbles and second the Void session. It also captures the general mystery of Void, I think. I picked the prettier of the two versions.
by Malcolm Brown, from Volume 7. This song was originally going to be used in a strife flash featuring the two Light Players in their respective battles against Jack Noir on either side of the Scratch. I thought that was fitting.
by Clark Powell, from Symphony Impossible to Play. Along with its association with Nepeta, this song fits well with the Heart Players’ feelings of isolation from their loved ones. And it’s got some soul ;) I’ve recommended a few versions of Serenade, and I especially love this one. Its use of Ruins towards the end also fits Dirk’s life, land, and character I think.
by Luke Benjamins and RJ Lake. The Meteor Crew would have fallen apart if it weren’t for Karkat’s emotional friendleadership, both subtly and not. You can imagine it as a soundtrack to an especially passionate Vantas speech.
by Eston “Silence” Schweickart, from Land of Fans and Music. There are a few really great John tracks that capture the freedom and personal happiness associated with Breath. I haven’t recommended this one yet, and it’s real cool. And hey, that little bit of Even in Death and the static could represent John voiding LOWAS.
by Michael Guy Bowman, from Mobius Trip and Hadron Kaleido. This one’s got lyrics! It’s all about believing that things are going to be okay, and encouraging friends to keep fighting. You can imagine Jake singing it to the Alphas as he Hope-splodes and defeats Caliborn.