Clive Barker’s iconic horror film, Hellraiser, is featured on the cover of the Rue Morgue November/December issue! On this 30th Anniversary of the film release, the award-winning horror magazine has featured all things Hellraiser, including the reissued remixed/remastered score by Christopher Young, out now on Lakeshore Records!
Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Stream]
Also in tribute to this 30th Anniversary, our friends at Death Waltz Recordings/Mondo have released their own vinyl version of the re-mastered score with new, original artwork — check it out here.
Also in tribute to this 30th Anniversary, our friends at Death Waltz Recordings/Mondo have released their own version of the re-mastered score with new, original artwork — check it out here.
Image Entertainment and Lakeshore International Corp. present HELLRAISER, available now on Digital (get it here).
Zach Cowie, one of the masterminds behind the tasty music of Master Of None Season 2, will be doing a guest DJ set this Tuesday night at Amoeba Music Hollywood! The EMMY®-nominated Music Supervisor will spin some of your favorite tunes from 7 p.m.! In case you need a refresher, we’ve re-posted the track list and a preview of the album below. Read up more about Zach at Amoeba.com.
Soundtrack Available Now: [Download / Stream / Order Vinyl]
If you want to bone up on Master of None, you can stream all episodes now exclusively on Netflix.
Master Of None (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)
01. Piu’ Di Te – Mina
02. La Dolce Vita – Ryan Paris
03. Okay Okay – Pino D’Angiò
04. Bite the Apple – Rainbow Team
05. I Must Be in a Good Place Now – Bobby Charles
06. I Need Somebody to Love Tonight – Sylvester
07. Say Hello, Wave Goodbye – Soft Cell
08. Umugabo Wukuri – Canco Hamisi
09. Adventures in Success – Will Powers
10. You’re a Song (That I Can’t Sing) – Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
11. I Can’t Let It Happen to You – The Walker Brothers
12. Se Piangi Se Ridi – Mina
Carter Burwell’s acclaimed score to Anomalisa, the Academy Award®-nominated stop-motion film is getting an inspired vinyl release from Mondo in partnership with Lakeshore Records! The award-winning film directed by Duke Johnson and Charlie Kaufman was in production for over two years, featuring multiple 3-D printed copies of each character in the movie. In the spirit of the film, the limited edition vinyl pressing of 1,000 copies is being offered this summer featuring a 3-D replica of Michael’s hotel room. Check out the album reveal and more exclusive details at IndieWire.
On sale this Wednesday, August 16 at 12 noon via Mondo.
The Bad Batch also has an absolutely killer soundtrack – Thomas Humphrey, Screen Anarchy
Great soundtrack and super cool visuals. The [Ace of Base] song is so well used. – Adjust Your Tracking Podcast #148 / The Playlist
Lakeshore Records, together with Mondo/Deathwaltz are very pleased to release The Bad Batch (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), out now digitally! The vinyl edition is on sale over at Mondo, and you can see the big album art reveal here at Paste Magazine.
The album features music by Darkside, White Lies, Ace of Base and more! Also featured is dialogue from the film’s stars including Keanu Reeves, Suki Waterhouse and The Bad Batch cast. Music Supervised by Andrea von Foerster, the music is a collection that reflects and enhances the exciting singular vision of rising powerhouse director Ana Lily Amirpour. See album details and more reviews below.
Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Stream]
NEON, Annapurna Pictures and Vice present THE BAD BATCH, in theaters now (get tickets) and on Digital (get it on iTunes).
Continue reading The Bad Batch Soundtrack Feat. Ace of Base, Darkside, White Lies + More is Out Now, Ana Lily Amirpour Film In Theaters!
This is the genius of the music supervision on “Master of None,” a show that understands better than any other how young adults who love music actually consume it. – Judy Berman, Pitchfork
It makes plenty of sense to have Aziz Ansari, the star of “Master of None”, handpick the show’s songs. The entire soundtrack (curated with Music Supervisor Zach Cowie) follows the ’90s childhood flashbacks and the present-day adventures of Dev (played by Ansari). We won’t spoil it for you, but here’s a relatable moment featuring a track from the album:
Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Stream/Pre-order Vinyl]