In this edition of Throwback Thursday, Lakeshore Records revisits Jeff Russo’s score to “The Night Of” Limited Series! The soundtrack featuring the Emmy®-nominated Legion FX composer is also known for TV’s “Fargo”, WGN’s “Manhattan”, and TV’s “American Gothic”. Before you get your hands on Jeff forthcoming Legion, Volume 2 soundtrack release, listen to his music to another excellent drama – “The Night Of”!
Soundtrack Available Now: [Download][Stream]
The Night Of riveting HBO Limited Series premiered on July 10, 2016, climbing up Metacritic’s film ranks to #3 Best TV Season and #9 Most Discussed TV Season of 2016! Stream all eight episodes of HBO’s limited series THE NIGHT OF on HBO Now!
One element that will stick with people is a score which, as composed by Antony Partos and performed by Sam Petty, stands apart. Avoiding the bombast that’s so common in any modern picture even remotely driven by action, its rather a collection soundscapes that capture those barren, desolate feelings which are key to the film’s Australian outback setting.
On the eve of Netflix’s War Machine premiere, Lakeshore Records revisits David Michôd’s previous film, the powerful drama, The Rover, starring Robert Pattinson (The Twilight Saga, Remember Me), Guy Pearce (Memento, The Hurt Locker) and Scoot McNairy (AMC’s “Halt And Catch Fire”). The album features an original score by award-winning Composer Antony Partos (Days of Grace, Adore), with additional music by Sam Petty. David Michôd is one of Australia’s most celebrated filmmakers, winning Best Film at the Sydney Film Festival and Best Film at AACTA (Australia’s Oscars) for The Rover. To read up on War Machine, see our latest update, here.
A24 presents THE ROVER, available now on Digital (iTunes).
The Rover Soundtrack Available Now: [Download]
“I have to say that the minimalist droning score, courtesy of composers Adam Robl and Shawn Sutta, is both inspiring and a key element to this film,” -Marcus Pinn, CutPrintFilm.com
I like experimental. I like dark. I like this score. – Soundtrack Dreams
In this latest edition of Throwback Thursday, we take a look at Steven Piet’s David Lynch-approved Uncle John film. If The Dark Knight were retired in the form of a somewhat sinister Uncle John, then John Ashton may have just nailed it. The film features score by Adam Robl & Shawn Sutta (And The Wind Falls, Our Longest Drive), and you can preview or stream it below, out now on Lakeshore Records.
Uncle John film is available now on Digital (rent it on iTunes).
Tantalizing, sublimely creepy and keeps you guessing even after the credits roll. –New York Times
Thanks to Ashton’s brilliant, career-defining performance, we’re made to see that the only thing worse than doing evil deeds is being nice enough to feel guilty about them. -Chuck Wilson, Village Voice
Download ‘Drag Me To Hell’ Here: [iTunes]
An October Throwback Thursday wouldn’t be complete without a Christopher Young score, namely the score to the Sam Raimi horror classic, Drag Me To Hell! Directed by Sam Raimi, this film stars Alison Lohman (featured in the album art), Lorna Raver, Justin Long, David Paymer, and many more. This is one of those films we would dare you NOT to look away. Stream the album on Spotify at the jump!
Universal Pictures and Ghost House Pictures present DRAG ME TO HELL, available now on Blu-ray/DVD (get it here) and on HD Digital (download on iTunes).
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In this edition of Throwback Thursday, we revisit Tyler Bates’ score to Doomsday, starring Rhona Mitra, Bob Hoskins and Alexander Siddiq. Fans of this post-apocalyptic action flick will recall badass driving stunts and cannibals, and the thrilling score which accompanies all the mayhem.
Tyler recently collaborated with director John Moore (Behind Enemy Lines, A Good Day To Die Hard) as Executive Music Producer on I.T., which features score by Timothy Wiliams — out September 23 on Lakeshore Records.
Listen now as Tyler talks about his experience scoring to Doomsday: