Lakeshore Records congratulations soundtrack partners If Beale Street Could Talk (Nicholas Britell), Mandy (Jóhann Jóhannsson) and One Strange Rock (Daniel Pemberton) on their ASCAP Composers’ Choice Awards nominations! ASCAP members have until Sunday, April 14 to turn in their votes. Congratulations to all the nominees this year!
IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK – Nicholas Britell 2018 ASCAP Film Score of the Year – films theatrically released in the US in 2018
MANDY – Jóhann Jóhannsson 2018 ASCAP Film Score of the Year – films theatrically released in the US in 2018
ONE STRANGE ROCK – Daniel Pemberton 2018 ASCAP TV Composer of the Year – television programs that initially aired in the US in 2018
If you’re in the New York City area this month, don’t miss Spheres, the groundbreaking three-part VR series Executive Produced by Darren Aronofsky and Ari Handel, and Directed by Eliza McNitt! The film is currently screening at the Rockefeller Center through March 3rd. Transport yourself into the cosmos: book tickets now at Rockefeller Center online.
The series received two Hollywood Music In Media Awards nominations for Best Original Score and Original Score, Short Film by EMMY® Winners and GRAMMY® Nominees Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein (“Stranger Things”).
“Chorus of the Cosmos” is narrated by EMMY®-nominated actress Millie Bobby Brown (“Stranger Things”), “Songs of Spacetime” by two-time Academy Award®-nominated Actress Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty, Molly’s Game), and “Pale Blue Dot” by music icon and poet Patti Smith. See the trailer below.
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Darren Aronofsky’s epic earth science documentary series One Strange Rockhas been renewed for Season 2! The highly-rated series features score by Daniel Pemberton (released by Lakeshore Records), which you can preview or listen to below. Expect to see a limited edition vinyl release this fall — you don’t want to miss this one! More details are up at Modern Vinyl now. Stay tuned for more updates on this vinyl soundtrack release!
A journey like “One strange rock” could only inspire him and after the expected ambient, quiet start I am treated with music that reminds me of Jean Michel Jarre’s legendary album “Waiting for Cousteau” – Soundtrack Dreams
[This composer is] one of the most exciting working today – Soundtrack Dreams
If you’ve been tuning in every week to One Strange Rock on the National Geographic Channel, then you already know what it’s like to immerse yourself into each episode. Featuring score by Daniel Pemberton, you may want to just put on a pair of headphones, close your eyes and lose yourself for a bit. And if you haven’t yet jumped on the One Strange Rock series bandwagon, check out the latest review from Soundtrack Dreams, where you will find comparisons to the legendary Jean Michel Jarre and learn why Pemberton has created one of the most exciting documentary scores of the year.
One Strange Rock takes viewers across 45 countries, six continents, and outer space, a perspective that Pemberton deftly matches and complements — in both the intimate and the expansive moments — across his richly rewarding score. – Vehlinggo
No doubt if you’ve watched the global event series premiere of One Strange Rockon the National Geographic Channel, then you’ll be happy to know the score by Daniel Pemberton will be released digitally worldwide via Lakeshore Records on Friday, March 30! Ahead of the release, listen to the track, “III-IV” from the album now at Vehlinggo!