Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to Down The Deep, Dark Web, available digitally On July 7. The album features original score by Composer Frank Ilfman (Big Bad Wolves). Frank worked on his first television production, when he was just 17 years old, with composer Jan Hammer on the acclaimed television series “The Chancer”, starring Clive Owen, and since then has scored more than forty films and numerous television shows.
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Down The Deep Dark Web (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
02. Circular Sector
03. The Conspiracy
06. The Discovery
07. Gray Hats in Berlin
08. The Underground Movement
09. Blue Screens
10. Doxing at Midnight
11. Nakatani’s Theme
13. Grido The Hacker
14. BarCode 01001001
15. The Space Between the Wires
ABOUT DOWN THE DEEP, DARK WEB
Is the Darknet a prophetic glimpse into the twisted dystopian future that awaits us, or the key to escaping the Orwellian reality in which we are already living? This is the central question at the heart of this investigation of the Darknet, which delves beyond the child porn, drug sales and hitmen-for-hire which have dominated existing explorations of this virtual Wild West.
DOWN THE DEEP, DARK WEB reverses everything you thought you knew about the internet and the dangers of the digital world. Our guide is Yuval Orr, a young journalist born in 1984 and well-aware of the gradual encroachment of Big Brother, but like many of his generation, too busy updating his Facebook status to pay it much attention. Assigned with writing an article about the Darknet, he dives headfirst down the rabbit hole. On a journey that takes us through Tel Aviv, Prague and Berlin, Yuval meets tech experts, cybercrime watchmen, and a group of self-appointed underground freedom fighters.
This latter group – an assembly of hackers, crypto-anarchists and libertarians – stand on the frontier of an unseen battle for privacy, shielded by the anonymity of the Darknet. In contrast to the nefarious activities for which the Darknet is know, these activists are united across borders to defend the universal human rights which are quickly falling by the wayside in our privacy-free online age. Here, in the depths of the Darknet, we find the people lighting the way to the freedoms of tomorrow.
ABOUT FRANK ILFMAN
From the moment an eight-year-old Frank Ilfman was given Ennio Morricone’s soundtrack to The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, the seed was sown – the ambitious, budding musician had his heart set on a career in film music.
With an unwavering desire to achieve his goal, Ilfman has successfully dedicated himself to performing and understanding music.
He studied trombone and piano at the Jaffa Conservatorium of Music in Tel Aviv and as a young teenager was playing lead trombone with the Tel Aviv Dixieland Band. However, the tenacious young composer became frustrated and bored with the structured methods of the Conservatorium and was eventually asked to leave for playing truant – Ilfman wanted to be more imaginative with how he created music, so went it alone.