Two H.P. Lovecraft stories receive splendid audio treatment in a recent production. The Duke St Workshop and Laurence R. Harvey perform "From Beyond" and "The Hound", combining spoken word, electronica, and fine soundscaping.
These aren't full readings, but impressionistic mixes, using excerpts from the stories to anchor audio brooding.
Get into your isolation tanks, at Matt Howarth used to say, and listen:
Madness rides the star-wind . . . claws and teeth sharpened on centuries of corpses . . . dripping death astride a Bacchanale of bats from night-black ruins of buried temples of Belial. . . . Now, as the baying of that dead, fleshless monstrosity grows louder and louder, and the stealthy whirring and flapping of those accursed web-wings circles closer and closer, I shall seek with my revolver the oblivion which is my only refuge from the unnamed and unnamable.
(thanks to Mark Wardecker!)