Zach Cowie, one of the masterminds behind the tasty music of Master Of None Season 2, will be doing a guest DJ set this Tuesday night at Amoeba Music Hollywood! The EMMY®-nominated Music Supervisor will spin some of your favorite tunes from 7 p.m.! In case you need a refresher, we’ve re-posted the track list and a preview of the album below. Read up more about Zach at Amoeba.com.
Soundtrack Available Now: [Download / Stream / Order Vinyl]
If you want to bone up on Master of None, you can stream all episodes now exclusively on Netflix.
Master Of None (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)
01. Piu’ Di Te – Mina
02. La Dolce Vita – Ryan Paris
03. Okay Okay – Pino D’Angiò
04. Bite the Apple – Rainbow Team
05. I Must Be in a Good Place Now – Bobby Charles
06. I Need Somebody to Love Tonight – Sylvester
07. Say Hello, Wave Goodbye – Soft Cell
08. Umugabo Wukuri – Canco Hamisi
09. Adventures in Success – Will Powers
10. You’re a Song (That I Can’t Sing) – Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
11. I Can’t Let It Happen to You – The Walker Brothers
12. Se Piangi Se Ridi – Mina
If you happen to be at Comic Con San Diego this year and have trouble deciding which event or panel discussion to complement your personal schedule, then we have a list for you! See our must-attend suggestions featuring Lakeshore Records–affiliated composers and film/TV music professionals!
Saturday, July 22, 2017
12 noon – James S.A. Corey Signing (The Expanse authors)
1-2 p.m. – The Character of Music: Music For Popular TV
Hear GRAMMY Nominees Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein (composers, “Stranger Things”), Thomas Golubić (Music Supervisor, “Halt And Catch Fire“, “Breaking Bad”, “The Walking Dead“) and others discuss how they create and place music in their programs, how they discover talent, and what their experiences have been working on some of the most popular series on television.
3-4 p.m. – Netflix’s Stranger Things
Join the cast and creators of the pop culture phenomenon Stranger Things for an in-depth discussion on the acclaimed series, the journey to Season 2, and be the first to experience never-before-seen footage of what’s to come this October.
5-5:50 p.m. – The Expanse
The cast and creators of SYFY’s critically acclaimed series are back at Comic-Con to discuss last season’s most shocking moments and give an inside look at what to expect from season 3.
See the full schedule and details here
Lakeshore Records, in partnership with iam8bit will release a special Collector’s Edition Vinyl of The Nice Guys Soundtrack, curated by music supervisor Randall Poster (Carol, Boyhood, The Wolf Of Wall Street, The Heat, Insurgent and more).
Directed by Shane Black and starring Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling, the film is set in 1970s Los Angeles centering on a case of a missing girl and the seemingly unrelated death of a porn star.
The soundtrack album is a fun and infinitely listenable presentation of music by various artists of the era.
The Nice Guys Collector’s Edition Vinyl package includes:
- Eye-Popping Nude 3D Centerfold (glasses included)
- 2xLP 180-gram Vinyl
- Liner Notes by writer/director Shane Black
- “The Nice Guys” Business Card
- 1 of 6 Double-Sided Pin-Up Posters
- Adults Only XXX Wrap
Warner Bros. Pictures presents a Silver Pictures Production in association with Waypoint Entertainment, THE NICE GUYS, in theaters everywhere May 20.
More Details (and pictures) Below! Continue reading The Nice Guys Vinyl : Summer’s Funnest Soundtrack Available Now For Pre-Order!
We’re pleased to introduce the creation of the band BY MAKER featuring Geno Lenardo (Filter & Device) and Daniel Davies (Year Long Disaster).
These two amazing musicians were brought together to collaborate on the end title songs for the epic new Lakeshore Entertainment film “I, Frankenstein.”
Geno Lenardo is best known for his work as the guitarist in the alt-rock band Filter who spawned such classic hits “Hey Man Nice Shot”, “Take A Picture”, and “Trip Like I Do”. Recently Geno co-wrote, produced and performed on the debut album by Device featuring David Draiman of Disturbed. The song “Vilify” recently peaked at number one on the active radio charts.
Daniel Davies is the lead singer and guitarist from the band Year Long Disaster who toured extensively opening for such varied and respected artists as The Foo Fighters and Velvet Revolver.
In addition to the two songs to duo wrote and recorded for the end titles of “I, Frankenstein” they also wrote and recorded an additional eight songs for the Soundtrack Album.
Music videos are being produced for the songs “Misgiving” from the film and “Trouble” from the Soundtrack Album.
“I, Frankenstein” In Theaters Friday January 24, 2014