‘Horns’ Movie Soundtrack Makes Its International Debut – Music By ROB, Daniel Radcliffe Film Premieres On Halloween!

“It’s the most emotionally intense character I’ve played,”
-Daniel Radcliffe (TotalFilm.com)

The soundtrack to Horns, the new supernatural film starring Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) and Juno Tempo (Dirty Girl, Year One), makes its international debut today!  Director Alexandre Aja (Piranha 3D, The Hills Have Eyes) employed the talents of French musician and composer, ROB, to lend this film the very musical rock ‘n’ roll movie vibe.  In the U.S., Horns (Original Motion Picture Score) will be released by Lakeshore Records in the U.S. soon, so stay tuned!  The movie is in theaters on October 31.


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Lakeshore Records: Horns (Original Motion Picture Score)
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Tracks Soundtrack, Original Music By Garth Stevenson Available Now

Garth Stevenson’s score seems to take its cues directly from nature, undulating in sync with the film’s shifting rhythms.
-Hollywood Reporter

Available now: Tracks (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), original music by Garth Stevenson.  Stevenson, a classically trained and renowned double bassist delivers a score which follows the inner struggle and emotional journey of Robyn Davidson, a young woman who defied convention in 1977 to embark on a 1,700-mile personal odyssey across the Australia Outback (from Alice Springs to the Indian Ocean).

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Tracks, the film, is based on the inspiring real life adventure of Robyn Davidson (played by Mia Wasikowska) who traversed across the Australian Outback in 1977, over 1,700 miles (from Alice Springs to the Indian Ocean) on a personal trek.  Much of the journey was documented by National Geographic Photographer Rick Smolan (played by Adam Driver), who discovered her while on assignment.  The resulting photographs and Davidson’s subsequent memoir became a worldwide sensation, and forms the basis of the film.

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‘Buffalo ’66’ & ‘Gamer’ Claim Spots In The Dissolve’s Movies’ 50 Greatest Pop Music Moments List!

Lakeshore Records has produced soundtracks for some of the most iconic films of the past decade.  Here are a couple of movie moments featuring music from our albums  in The Dissolve‘s Movies’ 50 Greatest Pop Music Moments list.  What are your favorite movie moments featuring music?

#44 Gamer
“I’ve Got You Under My Skin” by Sammy Davis Jr.
Gamer (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Set to the utterly appropriate sounds of Sammy Davis Jr.’s rendition of the Cole Porter standard “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” Castle and his minions boogie and bop like refuges from the creepiest Busby Berkeley film ever made, then break formation to test Kable in hand-to-hand combat. Hall dances like a puppet on strings, playing up the themes of control inherent not only in gaming, but also in fight and dance choreography.

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Watch The Movie Scene in Gamer!

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#18 Buffalo ’66
“Heart Of The Sunrise” by Yes
Buffalo ’66 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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To the minor extent that Vincent Gallo’s directorial debut has a plot, it involves his character, Billy, seeking revenge on the Buffalo Bills placekicker whose missed field-goal attempt ostensibly ruined Billy’s life. Near the end of the film, Billy finally shows up at the strip club owned by the retired player, gun in hand. Rather than accompany this surreally staged, grotesquely violent scene with music that might actually be heard in a strip club, or even music that would conventionally heighten the intensity of a shootout, Gallo chooses—yes!—Yes. Not only does the track’s sinuous groove provide plenty of offbeat tension as Billy walks in, it thrillingly shifts into high gear at the precise moment that he spots his victim. Prog kill! —Mike D’Angelo

Read more at The Dissolve: Movies’ 50 Greatest Pop Music Moments

Watch The Movie Scene (NSFW) in Buffalo ’66!

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Rudderless Soundtrack Available Tomorrow Ft. Billy Crudup, Anton Yelchin, Ben Kweller & Selena Gomez, Original Score By Eef Barzelay

So let it be known throughout the land: William H. Macy has balls of steel. In addition to juggling a busy, successful film and television career, he’s taken on a new role — filmmaker. His first feature film, “Rudderless”, is a poignant story that explores finding happiness in the midst of loss and pain. And you know what? It’s really damn good. -The Playlist

 

The highly anticipated soundtrack to Rudderless is available tomorrow on iTunes.  In William H. Macy’s directorial debut, Billy Crudup plays Sam, a former high-profile advertising executive whose life is torn apart by the sudden death of his son. Living off the grid on a docked sailboat, he wastes away his days while drowning his pain in alcohol. When Sam discovers a box filled with his son’s demo tapes and lyrics, his own child’s musical talent is a revelation for him, a grieving father yearning to reconnect with his son. He begins to explore his son’s unknown talent, obsessively learning his songs, until one day he decides to play one of them at a local bar. The song captivates Quentin, a young musician (Anton Yelchin) in the audience, and the two unlikely friends decide to form a rock ‘n’ roll band called Rudderless that becomes surprisingly popular and revitalizes both of their lives.

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Rudderless (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack): iTunes | Pre-order CD


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Lakeshore Records: Rudderless (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Related: Director William H. Macy Talks To HuffPo About The Importance Of Music…

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Kite (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Available Tomorrow, Music By Paul Hepker

“The challenge was to create an electronic score that still had heart. Capturing the aggression and edginess of an amped-up assassin is relatively simple when playing with twitchy machines – but the film demanded a musical layer that reflected our heroine’s pain, her vulnerability, her numbness,” -Composer Paul Hepker.

Available tomorrow: Kite (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), music by Composer Paul Hepker, who scored Rendition and the Academy Award winning film, Tsotsi).

Based on the groundbreaking, cult classic anime, KITE tells the story of Sawa (India Eisley), a young woman living in a corrupt society where crime and gangs terrorize the streets. When Sawa’s mother and policeman father are found victims of a grisly double homicide, she begins a ruthless pursuit for the man who murdered them. With the help of her father’s ex-partner, Karl Aker (Samuel L. Jackson), and a mysterious friend from her past (Callan McAuliffe), she becomes a merciless teen assassin, blasting her way through the dark world of human trafficking only to uncover a devastating truth.

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Lakeshore Records: Kite (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

KITE is currently available on DIRECTV and will be in theaters and VOD on October 10, 2014.

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Tour Diary: John Velghe And His New Hearts Motorcycle Club Roadshow, Plus Music Video Debut!

Lakeshore Records recording artist John Velghe has embarked on the highway, traveling over 3000 miles by motorcycle and performing live music in support of a great cause.  We asked him to send us updates on his tour.  Here is his first update from the New Hearts Motorcycle Club Roadshow.

So here I am on a motorcycle, stopping for fuel twice as often compared to a van, and de-helmetting every hour or so just to get that weight off my head. Add a half-day of rain and a time zone change and I find myself barely making gigs in time. Traveling by motorcycle really magnifies one of the things I find most tedious about the touring band: the state of perpetual rock band tardiness!

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I had a great night in Louisville playing at Open Gallery with a great local songwriter, Jacob Douglas and Kim Webber.

One of the things that occurred to me while listening to Jacob and Kim is how interesting it is that we still have regional songwriting dialects and lexicon in America. You wouldn’t know it by just listening to the radio and it’s hard to hear in that Great Homogenizer we call Modern Recording Technology; but with live music, regional upbringing really comes across. Not just dialect, but word choices and the stories that are told – not to mention the characters that populate those stories.

If you move around the country and play with people from different areas, you’ll notice this. It’s one of the things bigger acts miss when they choose to tour with the same act show after show. Songwriters who are comfortable in their own skin will show you their home in their songs. This is the thing Levon Helm brought to The Band. It’s the thing Steven Van Zandt and Springsteen discovered when they toured.

After just a couple of shows, this exposure to regionalism has been one of the best gifts of my tour. I’m looking forward to hearing more.

Watch The Music Video Debut, Beaten By Pretenders by John Velghe & The Prodigal Sons with Alejandro Escovedo!

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John Velghe & The Prodigal Sons: Organ Donor Blues


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Read about this music video at The Huffington Post.

John Velghe and his crew will be at Gray’s On Main in Knoxville this Saturday, September 27.

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‘White Bird In A Blizzard’ Film Available Today On iTunes

Araki is a brilliant director who finds a great deal of meaning in stories of teenage angst and sexual desire, and is perhaps the finest example of coming-of-rage cinema.  -The Playlist

 

Director Gregg Araki’s White Bird In A Blizzard film is released today (rent it on iTunes). The highly-anticipated drama stars Shailene Woodley, Eva Green, Shiloh Fernandez, Christopher Meloni, Thomas Jane, Angela Bassett, Gabourey Sidibe and Mark Indelicato.  Araki is known for his attention to details, and that includes the music he chooses for his films.  Collaborating once again with Composers Robin Guthrie and Harold Budd, the much talked about soundtrack to White Bird In A Blizzard is available now on iTunes.

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White Bird In A Blizzard (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


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Lakeshore Records: White Bird In A Blizzard (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), music by Robin Guthrie and Harold Budd.

 

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The 11th Hour’s Leonardo DiCaprio Addresses The United Nations On Climate Change

DiCaprio, one of the most outspoken celebrities on the issue of climate change, framed the topic in unsparing terms. “To be clear, this is not about just telling people to change their light bulbs or to buy a hybrid car; this disaster has grown beyond the choices that individuals make. This is now about our industries and our governments around the world taking decisive and large-scale action,” he said. Read the full story at The Hollywood Reporter.

Actor, documentarian and newly-minted UN Messenger Of Peace, Leonardo DiCaprio is well known for his efforts in tackling the issue of climate change.  The 11th Hour is a film produced and narrated by Leonardo Dicaprio.  DiCaprio made sure the music featured was equally representative of the intent and theme of the pro-environment documentary.

Released by Lakeshore Records, the soundtrack features contributions from Sigur Ros, Cocteau Twins, Mogwai, Lamb, Arve Henriksen, Ulf Lohmann and Lukas Haas.

The 11th Hour Soundtrack: iTunes


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Director William H. Macy Talks To HuffPo About ‘Rudderless’ & The Importance Of Music In Film, Pre-order The Soundtrack

In an interview for The Huffington Post, William H. Macy talks about one of the most important things he did in preparation for his directorial debut in Rudderless:

The music was the other big great white shark that I was afraid of. I looked at a lot of films that have music in them and I faulted many of them because they were lovely films but the music wasn’t great. It wasn’t scintillating. It wasn’t as good as the film. I realized that’s the first decision I have to make and it’s the first thing I did. – William H. Macy.  Read the full story at Huffington Post.

 

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Rudderless marks William H. Macy’s directorial debut and stars Billy Crudup, Anton Yelchin, Felicity Huffman, Selena Gomez and Laurence Fishburne, and rocker Ben Kweller makes his acting debut.  The Rudderless Band is Billy Crudup, Anton Yelchin, Ben Kweller and Ryan Dean.

‘Over Your Shoulder’ From ‘Rudderless’ Soundtrack Premieres On Entertainment Weekly

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‘Live At The Foxes Den’ Starring Jackson Rathbone Available Now On DVD, Download The Soundtrack

Available now on DVD: Live At The Foxes Den starring Jackson Rathbone (The Twilight Saga, The Last Airbender).  The modern noir film features a plot line and classic dialogue cadences reminiscent of black and white films of the ’40s and ’50s.  Hear Jackson Rathbone croon to familiar standards and, oh yes, there’s a love story in there, too.

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Live At The Foxes Den (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack): iTunes

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Live At The Foxes Den is directed by Michael Kristoff and stars Jackson Rathbone, Jack Holmes, Jocelin Donahue, Bob Gunton, Brian Doyle-Murray, Pooch Hall, Elliott Gould and Caity Lotz (See Full Cast List).


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