Oh hell yes! This week we’re bringing you the soundtrack to Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! featuring music by various artists: Camper Van Beethoven, East Bay Ray, Dave Days, Eddie Cole, Daniel Davies and Sebastian Robertson, Justin Lassen, Geno Lenardo and feat. Nina Bergman, and Martin Luther Lennon. The compilation speaks summer beach vibes but we know it’s all about those relentless flying sharks!
Be sure to grab your free download in preparation for Shark Week 2020 (August 9-16)!
The first 100 people to email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line, “Sharknado 3” will get a free download code to the album! Hurry: first come, first served or through Thursday, August 6 at 12 noon PDT (while supplies last).
With a pedigree that includes being the son of a Kink and working with one of horror movies’ greatest composers, Davies has made a chilling soundtrack of his own – Rolling Stone
If you have yet to dive into Daniel Davies’ new solo album, Events Score, then have a listen to “Shadows Alive” now at Rolling Stone! Reviewer Kory Grow says, “the LP’s first single, begins with an eerie, brittle repeated phrase that owes a debt to the Halloween theme and Mike Oldfield’s “Tubular Bells” (the theme from The Exorcist) and it gradually expands into a lush, ominous work of its own. It’s beautiful in its otherworldliness..”
Read up on the review and be sure to add Daniel’s album to your horror playlist.
This week, we’re pleased to announce the latest video game soundtrack release, The Journey: Champions, featuring score by Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe, new solo albums from Ludrium (Cody Carpenter) and Daniel Davies, Cristobal Tapia De Veer’s Black Mirror: Black Museum score arrives on vinyl, and more! Curious? You’ll have to scroll all the way down to reveal all the great offerings from Lakeshore Records!
Daniel Davies’ forthcoming Events Score album will be released digitally on August 31 via Lakeshore Records! It was just announced this week the album will also be available on cassette and vinyl from our friends at Burning Witches (UK), and in addition, the vinyl is being stocked at Two Headed Dog in the U.S.!
“One 60 Clone,” a more sci-fi–leaning effort that maintains a classic feel while leaning on elements of power electronics and ambient music. It’s cinema for the ear, and incredibly beautiful and sinister at the same time. – Revolver
This week, Lakeshore Records is thrilled to release present another round of prestige soundtrack offerings from critically-acclaimed film and TV productions such as the Legion Season 2 cover songs album, “It’s Always Blue: Songs From Legion” (music by Noah Hawley & Jeff Russo), Mr. Robot, Vol. 5 (score by Mac Quayle), Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich (score by Fabio Frizzi) and the vinyl album release of Star Trek: Discovery (score by Jeff Russo)! Scroll down to preview, listen and get more details! Which albums have you been dying to get your hands on?