Co-directors Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott (Becky, Cooties) have released Bushwick: Burnt, the new black and white print of their 2017 film, Bushwick, starring Dave Bautista and Brittany Snow! This new black and white version arrives in time for the July 4th weekend and is available in the iTunes Extras section of Apple TV, including other bonus material such as a “making of” video, photo galleries and more.
The world is turned upside down in Bushwick, starring Dave Bautista and Brittany Snow! The action film scored by hip hop pioneer Aesop Rock hits all the right notes, and now you can own a piece of the action now on Blu-ray/DVD and Digital! The soundtrack is out now via Lakeshore Records on digital, CD and vinyl formats! See our previous announcement about the Bushwick soundtrack.
““New Yule”: The song comes in on skittering synths that sound like a download going haywire. Fitting Aesop’s own style and the Brooklyn setting of the film, the track gives way to a cool swagger of speedy percussion and digital scratches. – Consequence of Sound”
This is a good weekend for movie fans! The Mountain Between Us (score by Ramin Djawadi) and Brawl In Cell Block 99 (songs written by S. Craig Zahler and Jeff Herriott) are must-see movies, but we also want to point out all the other highly-anticipated film and TV soundtracks that are available in stores now or on pre-order from Lakeshore Records! Which albums have you been itching to acquire? See the full list below.
A reflective heartbeat that accompanies the film’s moments of tension and tranquility against the backdrop of his former place of residence. – Popmatters
Check out this great composer interview with Aesop Rock, who is featured in the latest interview over at Popmatters! Aesop (aka Ian Matthias Bavitz) talks about how he feels about the composer title and what’s next for him. His Bushwick score is out now via Lakeshore Records.
Lakeshore Records is pleased to present two new digital releases today for two outstanding documentaries: The Glamour & The Squalor (score by Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready), and Look & See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry (score by Terry Muzzey)! Also, see three soundtrack CDs and highly-anticipated pre-orders below. Which ones are your favorite releases?