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Now on DVD and Streaming: Narcos, BoJack Horseman, The Walking Dead + More

September is a great month to stream some award-winning series and indie films from Lakeshore Records releases, such as Narcos, BoJack Horseman, The Walking Dead, and more!  See our must-watch list below.

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Stream Our July 4th Soundtrack Playlist!

How are you celebrating the Fourth of July?  Check out our July 4th soundtrack playlist on Spotify, featuring some of the best tracks from Lakeshore Records releases for this occasion.  See track list below for album references!

 

 
  1. This Is It, Rio! – Ian Arber – I Am Bolt (Original Motion Picture Score)
  2. Drift And Fall Again (Kill the Noise Remix) – Madsonik, Lola Marsh – Criminal (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  3. Closer – Tegan and Sara – GBF (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  4. Too Hot – Hey Willpower – GBF (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  5. All The Colours of the Dark – Federale – The Bad Batch (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  6. Firefly – Black Light Smoke -The Bad Batch (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  7. Canned Heat – Jamiroquai – Napoleon Dynamite
  8. Nap Store Video – John Swihart – Napoleon Dynamite
  9. Dere Boyu Kavklar – Ulas Pakkan – Baskin (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  10. Mountain City Anchor – Connor Scott – GirlHouse (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  11. Red – Tom Schutzinger – RED (Original Short Film Soundtrack)
  12. Capsize – Big Black Delta – Cavemen (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  13. Sound of Your Scream – Brain & Melissa – from Underworld: Blood Wars (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  14. Long Love – Lyle Workman – Love (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)
  15. Chickenscratch – Mike Patton – Crank: High Voltage (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  16. Here I Come – The Roots, Dice Raw, Malik B. – Superbad (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  17. Theme From “The Nice Guys” – John Ottman & David Buckley – The Nice Guys (Original Motion Picture Score)
  18. The Phone Rings – Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury – Free Fire (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  19. Tuyo – Rodrigo Amarante – Narcos (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)
  20. That’s When I Reach for My Revolver – Geno Lenardo & Nina Bergman – Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  21. Jaws Theme – Justin Lassen Remix – Justin Lassen – Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  22. Adventures in Success – Will Powers – Master of None (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)
  23. Try Not To Remember – Sheryl Crow – Home of The Brave (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  24. La dolce vita – Extended Version – Ryan Paris – Master of None (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)
  25. Where The Wild Roses Grow – Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and Kylie Minogue – The Lobster (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  26. The Colossal Finale Part 1 – Bear McCreary – Colossal (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  27. California Dreamin’ (Rock Version) – Gilberto Cerezo, Tyler Bates, Dave Lombardo, Rani Sharone – The Belko Experiment (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  28. Ah America – Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – War Machine (Original Score From The Netflix Original Film)

 

 

Year End Special: Lakeshore Loves Vinyl Spins The Best Soundtracks – Listen!

For the past half-year, Lakeshore Records has been supplying us with fantastic behind-the-scenes podcasts featuring interviews with many different composers talking about their latest work. Hosted by Tony Giles, these podcasts have been a real addition to the web site offering unique perspectives that aren’t often translated through the written word.  – Score Keeper, Birth.Movies.Death

Take a trip down memory lane with Tony Giles (host of The Damn Fine Cast and our Lakeshore Loves Vinyl guru), who spins a curated set of Lakeshore Records vinyl released in 2016 — we may be biased — but boy is this playlist good.  There aren’t enough words to describe all the emotions that go into hearing Tony’s selections from each album.  It’s been a truly amazing year of soundtrack releases at Lakeshore Records and we thank you for sticking by us on this musical journey.  So sit back, relax, and hear the full podcast exclusively at Birth.Movies.Death!

Featured Music: Lakeshore Loves Vinyl 2016 Podcast Playlist
1 KMC014  – Synchronicity
2 Baskin – Baskin
3 Wayward Pines Theme/Suite – Wayward Pines
4 Overture – Anomalisa
5 Four Doomed Men Ride Out – Bone Tomahawk
6 Rustin Parr – Blair Witch
7 End Titles – Don’t Breathe
8 Stranger Things Theme Extended – Stranger Things
9 Bill Harper – Mr Robot
10 Memories – Captain Fantastic
11 Love Crime – Hannibal Season 3
12 Daniel – Camino
13 Prologue/Tuyo – Narcos
14 Don’t Tell Sarah – Swiss Army Man
15 – September – The Nice Guys

What’s New On Lakeshore: Stranger Things Vol. 2 CD, Narcos Season 2, Don’t Think Twice + More!

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Catch up on what’s new and out now on Lakeshore Records!  For this holiday week, we feature some great film and TV shows now streaming.  Whether you’re chilling out at home or braving the holiday shopping rush, we have some selections for your playlist, including Stranger Things Volume 2 on CD, and a variety of scores like the comedy, Don’t Think Twice, and the dark Thanksgiving-themed drama, Krisha.  See more at the jump.  What’s your flavor?

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Taking A Look At The Music Behind Netflix Blockbuster ‘Narcos’ With Composer Pedro Bromfman + The Wonderfully Curated ‘More Music From’ Soundtrack Albums

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Netflix juggernaut Narcos has been inescapable over the past two years for a number of reasons. The performances delivered by Wagner Moura (Pablo Escobar), Boyd Holbrook (DEA agent Steve Murphy), Pedro Pascal (DEA agent Javier Peña) and Paulina Gaitán (Tata Escobar) have all been widely acknowledged as some of the finest of this or any age.

The show, which works on numerous levels has become as addictive as something the real Mr Escobar may have tried to export during the decadent 1980s. Within the story of one man against seemingly all others lays the story of a dedicated family man who will stop at nothing to provide everything he can whilst taking on the entire country of Columbia, other drug cartels and the U.S government. While there have been other attempts to tell the Escobar story, it has been the phenomenal writing of Chris Brancati and the skilled direction of José Padilha that have really set Narcos apart as one of the most must see television shows around.

The attention to detail is second to none, and this is none more prevalent than when discussing the music composed for and used within season one and two (both currently available on Netflix) of Narcos. The scores for both seasons were composed by award winning composer Pedro Bromfman (Elite Squad, Robocop) and whilst they are able to help weave the musical tapestry of Pablo Escobar’s rise and fall, they also work as a standalone listening experiences away from the show.

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Pedro to discuss Narcos and his career to date for an episode of The Lakeshore Records Podcast. This was recorded shortly before season 2 hit the airwaves, and Pedro was gracious enough to delve into the sonic soundscape of 1980s Medellín and breakdown his approach to scoring the show.

 

Bromfman’s score for seasons [ONE] and [TWO] are available now digitally, with the vinyl for season one being released through our partners Invada.

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And if the scores for Narcos have whetted your appetite for a larger Latin music listening experience, why not check out the superb ‘More Music From’ volumes 1 & 2.

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“During season one of Narcos, we discovered a wealth of Colombian and Latin music and are excited to share it outside the context of the series,” said music supervisor Liza Richardson. “We took care to make sure the song choices were authentic to the times and characters and we hope the music connects you to the rich culture depicted in Narcos.”

Twenty-four tracks spread over two volumes, all expertly chosen for a fully immersive understanding of the musical world of Narcos.

More Music From Vol 1:
01. Cumbia en el Monte – Pedro Laza y sus Pelayeros
02. Boogie Oogie Oogie – A Taste of Honey
03. Carta Fatal – Soffy Martinez
04. La Burrita – Los Diplomaticos
05. No Tengo Culpa – Los Corraleros de Majagual
06. Tabaco Y Ron – Rodolfo y su Tipica Ra7
07. Las Tapas – Banda 20 de Julio de Repelon
08. Maldito Cabaret – Los Pamperos
09. Monte Tiene Garabato – Son de Loma
10. La Rasquina – Gildardo Zapata
11. Porro Bonito – Orquesta Ritmo de Sabanas
12. Esclavo Moderno – Manuel Alvarez y Sus Dangers

More Music From Vol 2:
01. Tungalala (El Sapo) – Son Palenque
02. Todo en la Vida – Elia y Elizabeth
03. Sigue Feliz – Alonso y Bernardo
04. Las Caleñas Son Como Las Flores – The Latin Brothers
05. Se Me Perdio La Cadenita – La Sonora Dinamita
06. Evocacion – Carlos Arturo
07. El Elevao – Los Golden Boys
08. Llegaron los Peluqueros – Los Yetis
09. La Pelea Con El Diablo – Octavio Meza y su Conjunto
10. Caliventura – Afrosound
11. El Preso – Fruko y sus Tesos
12. Palenque Palenque – Son Palenq