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EXCLUSIVE! ‘The Ritual’ Soundtrack: Listen To The Title Track By Ben Lovett | Screen Anarchy

Lovett describes his mandate on the score here in very simple terms – “I wanted to make The Ritual sound like it looked.” – and that decision led him to work exclusively with instruments made of wood in collaboration with the London Contemporary Orchestra, who are also known for their work on Jonny Greenwood’s scores. And the results are impressive.

Lakeshore is pleased to present a new cue by Ben Lovett from The Ritual soundtrack — listen to the full track now at Screen Anarchy!  The album featuring score by Ben Lovett debuts digitally on Friday, February 9.  Preview the album below and get ready to watch the film directed by David Bruckner, premiering in the U.S. on Netflix this Friday.

Pre-order The Album: [iTunes]

THE RITUAL premieres February 9 on Netflix.

EXCLUSIVE! ‘Altered Carbon’ Soundtrack: Listen To Sune Rose Wagner’s ‘Let My Baby Ride’ | Under The Radar

Lakeshore Records is thrilled to present “Let My Baby Ride” by Sune Rose Wagner (of The Raveonettes) from Altered Carbon (Original Netflix Series Soundtrack) — listen the the full song now at Under The Radar!  This track is featured in the Netflix series starring Joel Kinnaman. 

The album features original music by Composer Jeff Russo (Star Trek: Discovery, Fargo). In addition to the original score, the album includes three songs including a cover of the Johnny Cash standard “Ain’t No Grave” performed by ALTERED CARBON star Renée Elise Goldsberry (Quellcrist Falconer) and Sune Rose Wagner’s performance of White Zombie’s “More Human Than Human”.  Keep reading for more on this album, set to release digitally on all digital music services Friday, February 9!

All episodes of ALTERED CARBON now streaming on Netflix.

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EXCLUSIVE! ‘Videoman’: Aaron Vehling Goes Behind The Synths With Composers Waveshaper & Robert Parker and Director Kristian Söderström | Dread Central

The Videoman soundtrack is out now on Lakeshore Records, and today, the world gets to hear the film’s composers Waveshaper & Robert Parker put the synth score into context!  With the help of Director Kristian Söderström and hosted by everyone’s favorite synthwave writer, Aaron Vehling, they’ve provided a terrific podcast interview which you can listen to now at Dread Central .  

Soundtrack Available Now: iTunes/ Apple /Bandcamp

 

World of Film presents VIDEOMAN, premiering in Swedish cinemas in 2018.

 

‘The Alienist’: Join Daniel Brühl On Instagram Before Tonight’s Episode, Score By Rupert Gregson-Williams Out Now

 

It’s official: “The Alienist” broke viewership records for TNT on the week of its series’ premiere (Deadline) and it a hit for the network!  If you haven’t started watching the series, you can stream Episode 1 on the TNT app now (no login required).  Also, series star Daniel Brühl (“Dr. Kreizler”) is taking over the “The Alienist” Instagram account with some behind-the-scenes photos of where the series filmed, so don’t miss out! 

Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Stream]


 

New episodes of THE ALIENIST Mondays at 9/8c on TNT.  Stream episode 1 now on the TNT app (no login required).

 

 

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Lakeshore Congratulates Soundtrack Partners ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ and ‘City of Ghosts’ On Their DGA Awards Wins!

Congratulations goes out to Director Reed Morano on her “The Handmaid’s Tale” (Hulu) Best Drama Series win for the episode, “Offred”, and Director Matthew Heineman on his Best Documentary win for City Of Ghosts (Amazon Studios) at this year’s Directors Guild Awards, which was held over the weekend!  Lakeshore Records proudly released the scores to these outstanding productions, and you can listen to them below.  Congratulations to all the nominees and winners this year!  See the full list at Variety.

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