Adam Fligsten - Bloodier


Bloodier is the new album by Adam Fligsten, released everywhere on May 30th, 2019.

More information and where to buy the album


"It’s gorgeous stuff, meditative but carrying a subtle tension." - Treblezine

"This is instrumental music that refuses to fade into the background, far more than just a soundtrack, Adam Fligsten’s music is creating a narrative all of its own." - For The Rabbits

"Adam’s music exists in the delicate place between synthesizers, resampled sounds, and live instruments. He focuses on finding a unique tone for every project." - Vents Magazine

"[Adam's music] has a mixture of retro meets cinematic music meets modern classical and spaghetti western influenced post rock - Drifting Almost Falling

"This is not shiny, happy music. It's not dreary, but there is a hint of menace." Aiding & Abetting

"Music becomes a gift, given from the artist to the listener. Those tracks become the soundtrack to our lives. This is the sign of a true artist." Jammerzine

Licensing available upon request, e-mail: studio (at)

Adam Fligsten prides himself in blurring the line between acoustic and electronic sounds. His career began in the independent electronic music industry in Brooklyn, New York. In 2008, he moved to Los Angeles to complete the UCLA Film Scoring program and transition into the film and video game music industries.

Adam plays many instruments, and has a deep understanding of synthesizers and modern production techniques. His music is licensed in countless TV shows and commercials and can be heard in such shows as Chopped, NBC’s Olympics Broadcast and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.  In 2016, Adam founded Silen Media, a full service video game audio house that provides music, sound design, implementation, and voice recording.

Currently, Adam spends most of his time scoring video games. His 2017 credits include Outreach (Pixel Spill) and Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

Contact Adam at adam(at) 

Or his company, Silen Media at