In honor of the release of The Ritual on February 9, we take a look at The Signal, Director David Bruckner’s previous collaboration with composer Ben Lovett! Followers of this blog who became fans of Lovett’s score from Synchronicity will appreciate its synth score predecessor. It’s been almost 10 years since The Signal’s theatrical release so we find this a fitting and timely tribute. Watch the movie trailer and listen to the album featuring score by Ben Lovett below.
Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Stream]
The future of horror – Ain’t It Cool News
Will leave you breathless – Wes Craven
Magnet Releasing presents THE SIGNAL, available now on VOD (get it here) and on Blu-ray/DVD (get it here).
‘Synchronicity’ Is Out Now! [iTunes][Vinyl]
Composer Ben Lovett talks to Creative Loafing about coming to terms with calling himself a film score composer, because he feels his career was launched by pure chance. You may know him from his acclaimed synth score, Synchronicity, which pays homage Blade Runner and consequently to Vangelis; and his previous release also on Lakeshore Records, The Signal.
Well, as luck would have it, his talent shined through, as Ben was just nominated “Discovery Of The Year” for this year’s prestigious World Soundtrack Awards, which previously recognized previous Discovery of the Year nominees such as Alex Heffes, Marc Streitenfeld, Michael Giacchino, and honored the world’s most celebrated composers such as Alexandre Desplat, James Newton Howard, Cliff Martinez, Elmer Bernstein and many more over the past 15 years.
Ben explains his accidentally walking through the right door and leading him into a career as a successful composer: full story at Creative Loafing.
This past week, Lakeshore Records released Stranger Things, Volume 2 soundtrack: score by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of Austin-based band S U R V I V E. The companion album to the hit Volume 1 release also topped the Apple and iTunes charts! Albums by two veteran composers were also released: The Halt And Catch Fire soundtrack, score by electronic music pioneer Paul Haslinger (of Tangerine Dream) is another highly-anticipated score release to the award-winning AMC series; and Greater soundtrack, score by Stephen Endelman, Grammy® nominated composer who you may know from his score to The Englisman Who Went Up A Hill But Came Down A Mountain and Some Kind Of Beautiful. Read further for more information.
Which soundtracks are you planning to download, order or stream? Let us know in the comments below!
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