Synth score fans looking to add a new album to their ever-expanding collection can count on Zachary Dawes and Nick Sena’s (Ingrid Goes West) score to horror-comedy Deep Murder — now coming to collectible cassette! Keep reading to view the track list, learn more about Zachary and Nick, and more. The digital album is out now on Lakeshore Records.
The raunchy genre-bending horror comedy starring Quinn Beswick, Kate Aselton, Jessica Parker Kennedy, Chris Redo, Josh Margolin, Stephanie Drake, with Jerry O’Connell, and Christopher McDonald. In his directorial debut, the film is helmed by Nick Corirosi (“Funny Or Die“).
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* Limited Edition
*Housed in a cassette jewel case with j-card album art
01. Deep Murder
02. Another Bedroom
03. Anything Could Be A Clue
04. Prove Me Wrong
05. Stab Me
06. Anyone Else Cold?
07. Do Bears Dream?
08. Black Leather
10. Used To Be A Virgin
11. Piping Hot
12. Storm Coming
13. Who Have I Been Babysitting?
15. It’s Me, Doug
16. Lament Of Cheap Leather
17. Killing the Jones
Nick grew up in Los Angeles and began studying classical piano at age 7. After graduating with a BA in Music from USC, Sena went on to work under film composers Christopher Young and Jim Dooley as well as engineer/producer Greg Ladanyi. During that time, he contributed to the scores of Spiderman 3, Ghostrider, The Grudge 2, Neighbors From Hell (TV) and Epic Mickey (Videogame).
In 2013, Sena scored three short documentaries for Nowness, a New York based art blog, and began writing music for commercials. His work can be heard behind many brands including PacSun, Balenciaga, Free People, Creative Recreation and Disney.
In 2016, Nick began working alongside fellow USC composer Jonathan Sadoff, writing music for films like Get A Job, Love Means Zero, and Ingrid Goes West as well as television shows, Impastor and The Mick.
Within the first few months of 2018, Nick co-scored his first feature, Deep Murder, with Zachary Dawes.
Screen Media Films presents DEEP MURDER, now playing in select theaters across the country and on VOD (get it here).