Louisiana 1995: the two detectives Martin Hart and Rustin Cohle arrive at a disturbing crime scene: a girl, killed and exhibited probably as part of a ritual murder. Struggling with what he just saw, Hart breaks the silence between the two men by asking Cohle a personal question for the very first time, after already working together for 3 months. Cohle hesitates but eventually starts explaining his view about life and existence. Completely disagreeing, Hart tries to challange Cohle's rational pessimism and initiates a verbal exchange between them about psyche, morals and justification of mankind.
This is where The T.D. Files set in. Not to be confused with Dexter's Jazz Files, the T.D. Files guide the listener through the sophisticated mind of an individual that fails to see a point in existence.
Beware of this journey. If you touch darkness, darkness touches you back.
released May 27, 2015
Credits go to T Bone Burnett who created a unique Soundtrack and Original Score for True Detective. And of course to Nic Pizzolatto, Cary Joji Fukunaga, Woody Harrelson, Matthew McConaughey and to everybody who was involved in the making of this series.