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What’s New On Lakeshore: Narcos Season 2 Soundtrack, Don’t Think Twice, Berlin Station & More

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Catch up on the latest releases from Lakeshore Records!  Reinhold Heil’s latest score to new EPIX series, Berlin Station; Pedro Bromfman’s score to Narcos Season 2; and Roger Neill’s score to Don’t Think Twice (an Apple Music exclusive), are among the latest releases from Lakeshore Records.  Plus, we searched through the streaming platforms and found you some gems to check out.  See the full list below!

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Berlin Station: Score By Reinhold Heil Out Now, Espionage Drama Stars Hannibal’s Richard Armitage & More

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Get ‘Berlin Station’: [iTunes]

“Tense, terse thriller” – Robert Lloyd, Los Angeles Times

“Mesmerizing and addictive” – Glenn Garvin, Reason.com

 

Lakeshore Records is very pleased to release Berlin Station (Music From The Original Series), available now digitally!  The album features score by Reinhold Heil (Cloud Atlas, Syfy’sHelix”, Run Lola Run).

The stellar cast includes Richard Armitage (TV’s “Hannibal”), Rhys Ifans (Snowden), Michelle Forbes (Syfy’s “Battlestar Galactica”), Richard Jenkins (Bone Tomahawk) and more!

Stream BERLIN STATION now on EPIX.

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PODCAST: An Interview With Johnny Klimek & Reinhold Heil On Their ‘I, Frankenstein’ Score (Audio)

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I, Frankenstein Score Is Out Now On Lakeshore Records – Download Here: [iTunes]

In this latest composer interview podcast, co-composers Johnny Klimek and Reinhold Heil talk about their score for I, Frankenstein, starring Aaron Eckhart (Thank You For Smoking), Yvonne Strahovski (TV’s “Chuck”), Bill Nighy (Underworld movies), and Miranda Otto (Reaching For The Moon).  Listen now as they speak about their process of collaboration from across the world.

 

Meet Some Of Your Favorite Film & TV Composers + More On July 25

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Saturday, July 25 at 2 p.m.: Creature Features present a composer signing featuring Joseph Bishara (The Vatican Tapes), Charlie Clouser (Wayward Pines), John Debney (The Cobbler), Reinhold Heil (I, Frankenstein), Joseph LoDuca (Burying The Ex) and more to be announced!

Saturday, July 25 at 2 p.m.: Dark Delicacies presents Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! director Anthony C. Ferrante signing the comic book, Archie vs Sharknado.

Composer Johnny Klimek On Working With ‘Wolf Creek 2’ Director Greg McLean & His Influence From The Berlin Electronic Music Scene | DVD/Blu-ray Out Today

Lakeshore Records recently spoke with Australian Composer Johnny Klimek, score composer for films such as Wolf Creek 2 (watch it on Netflix), I, Frankenstein (with Reinhold Heil) and The Cave.  Recognized for his score work on films like Cloud Atlas, Paris, je t’aime and Run Lola Run, Mr. Klimek’s love of music and the creative process is very apparent by how he speaks of his work.  With the recent release of the Wolf Creek 2 soundtrack by Lakeshore Records, the busy composer gave us the scoop on what it’s like to work with Wolf Creek Director Greg McLean.  As a life-long musician and heavily into the Berlin electronic music scene for many years, Mr. Klimek offers his perspective on film scoring.

Lakeshore Records: Composer Johnny KlimekPhoto: Virginia Park

How did you end up working on the Wolf Creek films?

I met Greg via another film he was planning to do; some months later, he contacted me concerning Wolf Creek 2.  I flew back to Australia for a spotting session and watched the film. Greg said he wanted something atonal, except for a few sequences, so I did a lot of sound design and added lots of Orchestral FX.

Growing up as a musician, did you ever consider that you would someday be producing music for films?

It was not the plan.  I remember being interested in it and going to see films and thinking I could never do something like that.  Then, Tom Tykwer (Cloud Atlas, Run Lola Run) walked into my life.

If you were to travel back in time, say, to your childhood, what movie would you love to score?

There are so many.  In the horror genre, The Shining (1980) and The Elephant Man (1980).

How do you view the difference between writing and creating music for a band, and for a film?

It’s completely different; film scores are another world.  When you score you’re supporting a story line.  It’s a creative, emotional, dynamic musical journey.

I just did the score for a film called Kill Me Three Times: it had a guitar-oriented ’60s vibe.  You have to adapt to different styles.  I grew up with pop music, then got into the Berlin underground electronic scene.  It was nothing commercial at all.  It was a great training ground for film score.

Do you have a music writing ritual?

The best scenario for me is to read the script and discuss ideas with the director.  I like to spend a week or so on sound design and manipulating stuff then I get into the thematic side.  Experimenting inspires me to try different things and often wonderful accidents occur.

What is your favorite instrument?

I’m a bass player, but I don’t think it’s my favorite.  I tend to love the ukulele and cello — adore the sound!  Working with a string section is my favorite.

What’s next?

I’m working on a film directed by Greg Mclean called 6 Miranda Drive, which stars Kevin Bacon.  Then, on to a film called A Hologram For The King directed by Tom Tykwer, and stars Tom Hanks.  After that, a project called Sense8 (TV series) with the Wachowski siblings (The Matrix).

Download The Album! Wolf Creek 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Get Wolf Creek 2 On DVD/Blu-ray

Go to Lakeshore Records’ Composer Interviews Page for more!