The Shrink Next Door: Joshua Moshier Releases His Score To New Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd Apple TV+ Series!

Joshua Moshier taps into twisted dynamic between psychiatrist and client – Deadline

Lakeshore Records has released The Shrink Next Door—Original Apple TV+ Series Soundtrack — available now digitally worldwide!  The original music is by Joshua Moshier (Baskets), with a nimbly orchestrated score that reflects many moods—from warm and lighthearted, to disturbing and dark.  Listen to the track, “End Titles Suite,” which originally premiered at Deadline.  Full album details are below.

Starring and executive produced by Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd, “The Shrink Next Door” premieres globally on Apple TV+ on November 12.

 

Says Moshier: “When I first began imagining the musical interior world of Marty and Ike, I created seven short musical vignettes to evoke the arc of their relationship. Georgia Pritchett, Michael Showalter and the entire team were incredibly supportive of these ideas, and of using the score boldly to tell this story. Their trust was creatively liberating, and I felt free to let the music find its own sound, one as lyrical and heartfelt but also as dark and tangled as the relationships portrayed. I’m grateful to them for bringing me along to be a part of this beautiful series.”

Soundtrack Available Now: [Downloa/Listen]

Track List
01. Beekeeper
02. Main Title from The Shrink Next Door
03. Meet Marty
04. Use You
05. Phyllis and Marty
06. Crossing Boundaries
07. Perfect Night in New York
08. This is Only the Beginning
09. Marty Takes a Chance
10. Eulogy
11. Kickboard
12. Meet the Neighbors
13. Common Grief
14. Wrecked Tile
15. Cherry Blossom
16. Last Boundary
17. Five Years Later
18. Party Marty
19. Changing Lanes
20. Ditched
21. Hospital Visit
22. Up Your Meds
23. Escape
24. You’re My Guy
25. Collateral Damage
26. Party Over
27. Cow Grave
28. One Step Ahead
29. Pink Slip
30. Old Message
31. Best Man
32. Touring the Grounds
33. Erasing Ike
34. Bonfire
35. Beekeeper Reprise
36. Family Meal
37. Brother Sister
38. Parting Words
39. End Titles Suite from The Shrink Next Door


 

Inspired by true events, “The Shrink Next Door” details the bizarre relationship between psychiatrist to the stars Dr. Isaac “Ike” Herschkopf (Rudd) and his longtime patient Martin “Marty” Markowitz (Ferrell). Over the course of their relationship, the all-too-charming Ike slowly inserts himself into Marty’s life, even moving into Marty’s Hamptons home and persuading Marty to name him president of the family business. The series explores how a seemingly normal doctor-patient dynamic morphs into an exploitative relationship filled with manipulation, power grabs, and dysfunction at its finest. The series also stars Kathryn Hahn as Phyllis, Marty’s younger sister, and Casey Wilson as Bonnie, the wife of Dr. Herschkopf.

 

ABOUT JOSHUA MOSHIER
JOSHUA MOSHIER is an imaginative composer whose music explores the poignant space between drama and comedy. His scoring work includes the series Baskets (FX), Special (Netflix), Three Busy Debras (Adult Swim), Sick of It (Sky One), and the main title music for Documentary Now! (IFC).

Joshua began his career as an improvising pianist, performing and recording with Marquis Hill and Mike Lebrun. He developed his scoring craft through early collaborations with filmmakers in Chicago, and later as a fellow at the Sundance Institute Film Music Lab. His most recent project is The Shrink Next Door (Apple TV+) for which he composed the score and main title theme.

 

What happens when the man tasked to help improve your life decides to take it over? https://apple.co/_TheShrinkNextDoor

Find out on The Shrink Next Door, starring Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd. Streaming now on Apple TV+ Based on the true story of Marty and the therapist who turned his life around…then took it over. When he first meets Dr. Ike, Marty just wants to get better with personal boundaries. Over 30 years, he’ll learn all about them—and what happens when they get crossed.

 

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