“Palmer Station” gives audiences a chance to hear just how distinct the soundtrack for ‘Bernadette’ is. – Charles Barfield, The Playlist
Graham Reynolds’ score to Where’d You Go, Bernadette will be released digitally on Friday, August 9 on Lakeshore Records. Listen to the track, “Palmer Station”, available exclusively now at The Playlist! See the full album track list below.
Directed by five-time Academy Award® Nominee Richard Linklater (Boyhood, Bernie, A Scanner Darkly), Where’d You Go, Bernadette is based on the runaway best-selling novel by the same name.
Are you attending San Diego Comic-Con this year? Join your favorite composers at this year’s “The Character of Music” panel, presented by BMI on Friday, July 19 ( 1:00-2:00 PM) at the San Diego Convention Center, Room 32AB.
Panelists include: Austin Wintory (Command and Conquer: Rivals game), Tyler Bates (The Belko Experiment), Frederik Wiedmann (“The Dragon Prince”), and Aaron Ehasz (Co-Creator of “The Dragon Prince”).
The panel discussion will be moderated by Sr. Director, Creative Film/TV/Visual Media, Anne Cecere and President of White Bear PR, Chandler Poling. The event is open only to Comic-Con badge holders.
This third collection of music from Russo is another stellar addition to the pantheon of great Trek music through the years, adding to it with his unique style that frequently comes across as both powerful and subdued, even within a few notes of each other.
Check out the latest review of Jeff Russo’s Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 score now at Trekcore! The review highlights several pivotal album tracks such as “Song of Remembrance” and “Pillar of the Past”. See the review for full context from the series.
The six-part miniseries, American Experience: Chasing The Moon features score by two-time EMMY® winner Gary Lionelli (O.J.: Made In America). Chasing The Moon – Original Series Soundtrack is out now digitally on Lakeshore Records!
This is the highly-anticipated documentary series directed by Academy Award®, EMMY® and IDA Award Nominee Robert Stone (Radio Bikini, Earth Days), featuring an “unprecedented look at the decade-long odyssey to land a man on the moon that pulls back the curtain on the familiar narrative of the moonshot that we think we know, revealing a fascinating stew of scientific innovation, political calculation, media spectacle, visionary impulses and personal drama.” Continue reading New Soundtrack: Chasing The Moon Score By Gary Lionelli Available Digitally!→