Deep inside, and underneath piles of "works in progress", projects upon projects, and a hectic live show schedule, producer Moshe and writer Syn the Shaman found the time to conjure up a collaboration, which started off as a "side project" and rapidly manifested into much more. With a wide array of influences ranging from Portishead, Bjork, and The Doors, to Blonde Redhead and Black Moon, it's no wonder it sounds the way it does.
The songs flow into each other like there's no distinct start/stop point, only to leave a grey hazy transition. Though both members of Project Dark are known for their "hip-hop" roots and familiar sound, Project Dark itself steers more towards a smokey, dark bar soundtrack. Touching on controversial subjects and content, but never lacking taste and maturity. A combination of raw talent, and a passion for old horror movies, will brand the PD insignia in minds worldwide.