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!
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In this edition of Throwback Thursday, we take a look at TV’s best episodes of 2016 from Lakeshore releases as curated by Paste Magazine critics. “BoJack Horseman”, “Black Mirror”, “Halt And Catch Fire”, and “Stranger Things” are among the elite 25 that made the cut. In Paste’s deep dive, BoJack Horseman came out at No. 1 with its almost dialogue-free episode, “Fish Out of Water”! See the breakdown below. It’s worth a re-watch, so cue up these stellar episodes. Full list at Paste Magazine.
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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
For fans of the worldwide cultural phenomenon that is Stranger Things, here’s your chance to go behind the scenes with Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein on the score to the Netflix hit series, Wednesday night, July 19 at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles! It will also be a great evening for synth score fans, musicians and aspiring composers who want to learn more about the creative process of the double GRAMMY®-nominated duo. Get tickets here.
Pre-order Stranger Things vinyl at the Lakeshore Records Webshop.
Related: Stranger Things Wins Best Album Packaging At Communication Arts Design Competition
Stranger Things Season 2 premieres on October 31, 2017. Stream Season 1 now on Netflix!
Lakeshore Records congratulates Team Stranger Things and Lakeshore Art Director John Bergin on their Best Design in the Package Design category win at this year’s Communication Arts design competition! One hundred and fifty-one projects were selected by a jury of creative professionals; 3,877 entries were submitted to the competition.
The selected projects will be reproduced in the September/October 2017 issue of Communication Arts. More than 30,000 copies of the issue will be distributed worldwide assuring important exposure to the creators and publishers of these award-winning projects.
“The goal of the LP design was to capture the 1980s aesthetic of the show, characterized by hand-drawn artwork, glowing graphic elements, and quintessential fonts of the ’80s. Heavy use of black and empty space was employed to heighten the feeling of isolation and danger experienced by the show’s protagonist, Eleven, while lost in the The Upside Down. Smokey textured vinyl also recalls the dark alternate dimension.” – John Bergin
The cultural phenomenon that is Stranger Things is now streaming exclusively on Netflix. Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein’s double GRAMMY®-nominated score on the Stranger Things Vol. 1 & Vol. 2 soundtrack vinyl (Clear with Black Smoke SOLD OUT) is available now in other vinyl variants at the Lakeshore webshop here.
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