A huge part of what makes the film Slime City so fanastic is its wildly creative score, which was composed by the now PHD and current Music Director of the Beloit Janesville Symphony, Robert Tomaro. Tomaro's score is unlike any horror soundtrack past or present. In Robert's own words, the music is "perhaps what you might get if you locked Igor Stravinsky, Johnny Rotten, and Bernard Hermann in a hotel room and didn't let them out until they wrote something together." The score is the most certainly as slimy as the film's title would leave you hoping for. Very much classicly written, but with a serious mix of punk guitar work and weird avant-garde synth. A truly unique composition.