This week, Lakeshore Records is pleased to present two new soundtracks from new movie releases out now: Assassination Nation (score by Ian Hultquist) and The Song of Sway Lake (score by Ethan Gold), plus new album pre-orders you don’t really want to miss. Hint: one album is a remastered 30th anniversary edition!
What’s out now on Lakeshore Recordsin the past week?Graham Reynold’s score to Richard Linklater: Dream Is Destiny, Giona Ostinelli’s score to Carnage Park and Andrew Hewitt’s score to The Stanford Prison Experiment. Our classic interview with Fall On Your Sword on their Lola Versus score debuts on Spotify, plus new selections have hit the Lakeshore Loves Vinyl playlist! Details below. Which soundtracks are you planning to download, order or stream?
Download The ‘Carnage Park’ Soundtrack Here: [iTunes]
Carnage Park is also packed with technical achievements. The sepia color palette pairs perfectly with Keating’s shot selection and Giona Ostinelli’s score. Together, they manage to cover an especially impressive range between classic western heist flick and sheer nightmare. – Collider
Lakeshore Records is very pleased to release Carnage Park (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), available now digitally! The album features score by Giona Ostinelli, the most recent collaboration with Darling director Mickey Keating. See full album details below.
IFC Midnight presents CARNAGE PARK available now on Digital (rent it on iTunes).
We love Films On Wax’s “short and sweet” soundtrack roundup podcast! This week, they’ve featured selections from five Lakeshore Records album releases: Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates (score by Jeff Cardoni), Carnage Park (score by Giona Ostinelli), Dough (score by Lorne Balfe), The Stanford Prison Experiment (score by Andrew Hewitt) and Septembers Of Shiraz (score by Mark Isham).
“Carnage Park’s score is full of unnerving dissonance, fueling the sense of dread… But for all the off-kilter instrumentation and recording techniques, Ostinelli always keeps a notion of harmony and melody underneath the surface” – A.V. Club
“Enjoyably garish soundtrack and a muted palette that is practically devoid of colors to help capture a grindhouse feel” – The New York Times
“A beautifully disconcerting score courtesy of Giona Ostinelli” – Nerdiest
Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to Carnage Park digitally on August 5, 2016. The album features the original score by composer Giona Ostinelli (Darling, Two-Bit Waltz, The Boat Builder). More album details are forthcoming.
IFC Midnight presents CARNAGE PARK in theaters (find a theater) and on VOD now.