Belgian composer Jan Borré generally works with electronic music and has the odd film score to his name. Most notably, perhaps, the British / Belgian horror flick, Where The Skin Lies. For his latest work, he has crafted a bunch of synthesizer-based instrumentals, synthstrumentals if you will, for his album, Grayson. This is not a soundtrack, but it is connected to the world of film and TV as it’s inspired by Star Trek, and specifically Spock’s mother, Amanda Grayson. It explores feelings of detachment and loneliness.