If you’re in the Los Angeles area this Sunday, don’t miss the Hellraiser 30th Anniversary Edition Reissue vinyl signing with composer Christopher Young held at Dark Delicacies this Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m.! This is sure to be a memorable event for long-time fans of the iconic horror score. Get details at Dark Delicacies online.
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.
A big night was had at this year’s EMMY Awards®, when Lakeshore releases “Black Mirror: San Junipero” (Netflix), “The Handmaid’s Tale” (Hulu), “Master of None” (Netflix), “The Night Of” (HBO), O.J.: Made in America (ESPN) and “Stranger Things” (Netflix) won awards in their respective categories! See the break down below.
Within the television music realm, we would also like to congratulate Jeff Russo (FX’s “Legion”, WGN’s “Manhattan”) on his Best Score win for “Fargo” (FX), and Susan Jacobs (Effie Gray; Bless Me, Ultima) for Outstanding Music Supervision for “Big Little Lies” (HBO). Congratulations to all the nominees and winners this year!
Continue reading EMMYS 2017: ‘Black Mirror’, ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’, ‘Master of None’, The Night Of’, ‘O.J.: Made In America’ and ‘Stranger Things’ Take Home Wins!
Awash with imagination and heart in its poetically melodic approach, Wingo’s score is a thing of delicate, intimate wonder for what just might be year’s most biggest movie surprise that will make you believe a bear can fly. – Daniel Schweiger, Film Music Magazine
Check out this exclusive interview with Brigsby Bear Composer David Wingo now at Film Music Magazine! Film Music Critic Daniel Schweiger brings us an intimate behind-the-scenes discussion on David’s composing process and influences on his latest score. Read the interview here.
Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Stream]
Written by Kevin Costello and Kyle Mooney and directed by Dave McCary, the New York Times Critics’ Pick film stars Kyle Mooney (“Saturday Night Live”, “Hello Ladies”), Claire Danes (“Homeland”), Mark Hamill (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Greg Kinnear (Little Miss Sunshine), Matt Walsh (Office Christmas Party, “Comedy Bang! Bang!”) and Michaela Watkins (“Casual”, Enough Said).
Sony Pictures Classics presents BRIGSBY BEAR in theaters now (get tickets)!
If you’re at San Diego Comic Con, then you must be heading to the “Behind The Music” panel discussion, right? Right?
Join some of the top composers around, who will give insight on how they contribute to many of the most popular fantasy/fiction titles in the TV and film worlds. This will be a can’t-miss, colorful, fascinating journey into the minds of the industry’s most imaginative! Panelists include Jeff Russo (composer, Legion, Fargo), Mac Quayle (composer, Mr. Robot, American Horror Story, Feud), and more! Celebrity moderators are Rachel Keller (Legion, Fargo) and Jeremie Harris (Legion, The Get Down). Grab details below and more info at Comic Con online.
BEHIND THE MUSIC
1 PM, Room 29AB