David Bowie once sang “ain’t there one damn song that can make me / break down and cry?” with Wind River Nick Cave and Warren Ellis have created an entire score full of them. – Simon Tucker, Louder Than War
Louder Than War reviews Nick Cave & Warren Ellis’ acclaimed score to Wind River, currently the No. 1-ranked independent film on iTunes Movies! Check out the review by Simon Tucker now at Louder Than War. Together with Invada Records, Lakeshore Records is thrilled to release Wind River (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), score by Nick Cave & Warren Ellis — available now on all major digital music services. Preview the album below.
Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Stream]
Lionsgate presents WIND RIVER, available now on Digital (get it here).
Tune in tonight on “Last Call with Carson Daly” when EMMY-winning “Stranger Things” composers Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein make their appearance! Flip your channel to NBC and lean in at 1:35/12:35c.
Put the Stranger Things Season 1 and Season 2 soundtrack on repeat:
We’re celebrating the return of the hit series, “The Walking Dead” on AMC! For a limited time, you can stream the entire debut episode now at AMC.com or the AMC app (you’re welcome). For a sneak preview (spoiler alert!) of the next episode, check out this teaser at ComingSoon.net. Bear McCreary’s iconic score (featuring selections from Seasons 1 to 7) is out now digitally and on CD via Lakeshore and Sparks & Shadows, and on vinyl, October 27!
But, that’s not all. Meet Bear McCreary and get your soundtrack purchase signed at Dark Delicacies in Burbank on Saturday, October 28th at 4 p.m.! You can pre-purchase “The Walking Dead” CDs and vinyl now at Dark Delicacies to have them ready for signing, here. See you there?
Soundtrack Available Now via Lakeshore and Sparks & Shadows: [Download/Stream/Buy CD/Pre-order Vinyl]
New episodes of The Walking Dead Season 8 on Sundays at 9/8c on AMC.
A reflective heartbeat that accompanies the film’s moments of tension and tranquility against the backdrop of his former place of residence. – Popmatters
Check out this great composer interview with Aesop Rock, who is featured in the latest interview over at Popmatters! Aesop (aka Ian Matthias Bavitz) talks about how he feels about the composer title and what’s next for him. His Bushwick score is out now via Lakeshore Records.
Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Stream][Pre-order Vinyl]
RLJ Entertainment presents BUSHWICK, available now on Digital (rent it on iTunes) and coming soon to blu-ray/DVD (pre-order here).
Graham Reynolds, composer of scores released on Lakeshore Records like Richard Linklater: Dream Is Destiny, Bernie and A Scanner Darkly, presents “Pancho Villa From A Safe Distance” on Tuesday, October 10 (8:30 p.m.) at The Theatre At Ace Hotel in Downtown, Los Angeles! Get tickets here. More details below.
Austin-based composer and bandleader Graham Reynolds—celebrated for wide-ranging credits that include film scores for Richard Linklater and collaborations with Jack Black and DJ Spooky — leads a rousing experimental chamber opera that pays tribute to a revolutionary and legendary figure. Pancho Villa From a Safe Distance explores the life and legacy of Pancho Villa, and sonically traverses both Mexican and American perspectives to reveal intersections and conflicts to create a borderless dialogue about the shared histories of Mexico and the United States. Featuring hybrid compositional and production techniques and an extensive sound palette, Pancho Villa is a rousing transnational collaboration that brings together Mexico City theater collective Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol as librettists, director Shawn Sides of Rude Mechs, Kronos Quartet lighting designer Brian Scott, Austin Lyric Opera tenor Paul Sanchez, mezzo-soprano Liz Cass, Grammy Award® winning guitarist/producer Adrian Quesada, and backed by a stellar chamber ensemble with remixes by famed Monterrey DJ Toy Selectah.