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EXCLUSIVE! ‘War Machine’ Soundtrack: Hear The Title Track (Pitchfork), Score By Nick Cave & Warren Ellis Out Friday, May 26

Lakeshore Records, in conjunction with Invada Records, will release the soundtrack for the Netflix Original Film, War Machine, digitally on May 26 and CD and LP later this year.  The album features the original score by Nick Cave & Warren Ellis (Wind River, Hell Or High Water).  Ahead of it’s release, Pitchfork has premiered the title track, “War Machine”, and you can listen to it now, here.  See more details below.

Netflix presents WAR MACHINE, streaming Friday, May 26.

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College: Shanghai – Review Of David Grellier’s Rich Synth-Based Album | Under The Radar

College - Shanghai album debuts on Lakeshore Records

Close your eyes and you could almost imagine the slick, ice cold movie this might score. – Stephen Mayne, Under The Radar

 

The latest review of SHANGHAI, College’s new album is now up at Under The Radar — read it here.  If you haven’t had a chance to hear the rich, synth-based album, it’s available now on all digital providers and coming soon to CD via Lakeshore/Invada Records.  

Soundtrack Available Now: [Download][Stream][pre-order CD]

Lakeshore is the North American album release partner of Invada Records for College’s Shanghai album.  

 

 


 

 

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College: Shanghai Album CD Review | AllMusic

College - Shanghai album debuts on Lakeshore Records

Grellier also borrows from film composers including Angelo Badalamenti, whose influence is apparent on “Elizabeth Monterey”‘s breezy synth washes and “Mister Fang”‘s ominous textures. – Heather Phares, AllMusic

 

David Grellier, aka College, released his new full-length album, SHANGHAI, digitally through Lakeshore / Invada Records, with the CD and vinyl coming soon.  In anticipation of getting your hands on the CD, AllMusic conducts a thorough review of this highly-anticipated release, and you can read the full review here.  The album’s music being compared to iconic composer Angelo Badalamenti and music which could be placed in the next Nicolas Winding Refn neo-noir film are just a couple of the highlights!

Soundtrack Available Now: [Download][Stream][pre-order CD]

Lakeshore is the North American album release partner of Invada Records for College’s Shanghai album.  

 


 

 

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Shanghai: College’s Long-Awaited New Album Is Out Now, Review at NewRetroWave

College - Shanghai album debuts on Lakeshore Records

My top cuts from this album are “Bloody Palms,” “Lipstick,” “Is It Time” and “TyphoonAlert.” The single, “Love Peas,” is less ambient and differs greatly from the other tracks on this album. It’s luscious and lachrymose, truly beautiful in it’s own right. – Andrew Zistler, NewRetroWave

 

NewRetroWave reviews College’s (David Grellier) new album, Shanghai.  A departure from his previous throbbing synth tracks like “A Real Hero (feat. Electric Youth)” from the Drive soundtrack, Shanghai signals a new direction for College with exploration of sounds in this dreamy homage to a 1920s Shanghai through melancholic melodies.  Read the full review at NewRetroWave.  See full album details below.  

Soundtrack Available Now: [Download][Stream][pre-order CD]

Lakeshore is the North American album release partner of Invada Records for College’s Shanghai album.  

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This Japanese ‘Free Fire’ Movie Trailer Gives Us Life, Full Soundtrack Review at Bustle

Free Fire Soundtrack - score by Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow

As if you don’t love Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire movie enough, the Japan distributors created their own movie trailer, and we’re seriously wondering when a Japanese movie trailer meme is going to hit.  If you haven’t seen the insane shoot ’em up film yet, get yourself to a theater pronto.  The score by Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury is just perfect.

[Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury’s score] have a serious ’70s FM radio feel to them… The Free Fire soundtrack is just the latest example to prove that ’70s music will never go out of style, and I am totally OK with that. – Johnny Brayson, Bustle

Soundtrack available now worldwide on Lakeshore Records/Invada Records: [Download][Stream][pre-order Vinyl]

A24 presents FREE FIRE, in theaters now (get tickets)!

 

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