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‘The Rise Of The Synths’ Companion Album Vinyl Artwork Revealed! | Vehlinggo

Vinyl details of the highly-anticipated vinyl release of The Rise of  The Synths (The Companion Album) have been revealed!  This release follows the digital version of the various artist companion album (out now on Lakeshore Records) featuring tracks by Giorgio Moroder & Raney Shockne, Carpenter Brut, Dance With The Dead, OGRE, Lazerhawk, Mega Drive, Voyag3r, Chrome Canyon, Gunship, Power Glove, Com Truise, Robert Parker, Waveshaper, and Code Elektro from both EP 1 and EP 2 album releases, this lustworthy purple vinyl release also features additional music from Daniel Davies, Geno Lenardo and John Bergin.  See the full album track list and more at Vehlinggo.

Pre-order the album at LakeshoreRecordsShop.com

Fans who are awaiting the vinyl featured in the film’s Indiegogo campaign will have to hang on a while longer as that is a separate album expected to feature score from the film.

Here’s a taste of what to expect on the album:


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Lakeshore Soundtracks ‘Moonlight’, ‘Swiss Army Man’, ‘Captain Fantastic’, ‘Condemned’ and ‘Touched With Fire’ Make Film Music Magazine’s Best Scores Of 2016!

Daniel Schweiger selects the following Lakeshore Records soundtracks for his The Best Scores of 2016 year-end list: Captain Fantastic (score by Alex Somers), Condemned (score by Daniel Davies and Sebastian Robertson), Moonlight (score by Nicholas Britell), Swiss Army Man (score by Andy Hull and Robert McDowell) and Touched With Fire (score by Paul Dalio).  See the full list and reviews at Film Music Magazine.  Take a trip down memory lane and preview/stream the albums below!

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Join The Resistance! ‘The Rise Of The Synths’ Needs You


Lakeshore Records is thrilled to announce our partnership with THE RISE OF THE SYNTHS. We will be releasing a special companion album in support of the film!

The Rise of the Synths is an awesome feature documentary directed by Iván Castell and produced by Javier Moreno with an amazing team from Spain. The film is the definitive documentary about synthwave and ’80s retro and electronic music.

The filmmakers have just launched a campaign with some awesome rewards at IndieGogo. Check out their campaign here.

Lakeshore will be releasing a Rise of the Synths compilation album featuring many of your favorite synthwave artists. Through the month of November we will be announcing the bands who will be appearing on the companion album… Stay tuned for more info!


‘Condemned’ Soundtrack Feat. Daniel Davies & Sebastian Robertson Score Now On Spotify, Dylan Penn Film Now On VOD

Condemned (Original Moiton Picture Soundtrack) is out now on Lakeshore Records! Download Here: [iTunes]


Condemned spins its blood-curdling yarns without the infrastructure of guitar — the earthy, grounded bulwark from which both the elder Robertson and Davies based their twin Hall of Fame careers. Instead, these roiling themes were created with a combination of synthesizers both old and new. That mixing and matching keeps the project from sounding retro, but also not exactly of this time and place either. – Something Else!


Daniel Davies and Sebastian Robertson’s score for horror flick, Condemned is now available on Spotify. Own or stream the soundtrack, which also features two tracks by Cody Carpenter (son of John Carpenter).  Directed by Eli Morgan Gesner, CONDEMNED  movie starring Dylan Penn is now available On Demand (rent it on iTunes).

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‘Condemned’ Score By Daniel Davies & Sebastian Robertson Out Now, Lydia Hearst & Dylan Penn Film In Theaters Now

Condemned (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is out now on Lakeshore Records! Download here: [iTunes]


This remarkable score, which Robertson wrote with longtime friend, Daniel Davies, brilliantly augments and animates Eli Morgan Gesner’s truly grisly movie…  Featuring everything from burbling, foreboding mood music, to ‘House’ to Cool Jazz, it’s chockfull of both beauty and dread-just like the film.

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Lakeshore Records is very pleased to release Condemned (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), featuring score by Daniel Davies & Sebastian Robertson (John Carpenter’s “Lost Themes”).  Daniel Davies (whose father is Dave Davies of The Kinks) and Sebastian Robertson (whose father is Robbie Robertson of The Band) worked together recently on the Lakeshore Records release, Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!.  “However, the styles of music associated with these lock legend fathers are in no way present on the soundtrack. Davies & Robertson (juniors) pride themselves in having used a selection of retro synthesisers as the core instrumentation for this soundtrack.”(Blueprint: Review)

Caliber Media presents Condemned in theaters on Friday, November 13 (find a theater).

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