Streetlight Harmonies uncovers a definitive period of music and the artists that defined it. Millions know the music but few know the artists and their history that laid the foundation for rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and built a bridge to The Civil Rights movement. – ComingSoon.net
The good folks over at ComingSoon.net has debuted the forthcoming Streetlight Harmonies soundtrack on vinyl! The single-disc record to be released on Lakeshore Records next month features music by some of Doo-Wop’s biggest names. See the album track list below.
Directed by Brent Wilson, the eponymous documentary is out now on VOD and DVD, and features an all-star cast, including the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson and Al Jardine, Lance Bass (NSYNC), Emmy Merchant (The Teenagers), Anthony Gourdine (Little Anthony and the Imperials) and many others!
On the kosmische-infused “Justice Is Done,” the Grammy- and Mercury Prize-winning Nicolson blends a barrage of captivating synths and intricate guitar arpeggios to create a transcendent crescendo of colorful introspection. – Vehlinggo
Ahead of the release of Lost Transmissions – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, listen to the debut track, “Justice Is Done” exclusively now at Vehlinggo! The album features original score by the film’s composer, Grammy® and Mercury Prize-winning composer Hugo Nicolson (Primal Scream, Julian Cope). Also appearing on the soundtrack is the song “Goodnight Not Goodbye” performed by IO Echo, written by Ioanna Gika, Leopold Ross and Daniel Heath.
Lakeshore Records will release the album digitally on Friday, March 13. See the film score pre-save link, track list and more below.
Gravitas Ventures presents LOST TRANSMISSIONS, in select theaters and On Demand (pre-order here) Friday, March 13.
Heading to Work is an absolutely ominous and suspenseful, percussion-driven piece of film score excellence which makes a magnetically dark backdrop to the documentary, and streams for the first time ever right below. – Destroy // Exist
Listen to the latest release by GRAMMY®-nominated recording artist Photek (Rupert Parkes), who provides the score to Mosul, the feature-length documentary built around several characters that come from the vibrantly diverse cultures and backgrounds that make up modern Iraq: Sunni Tribesman, Shiite Militias, Christian Fighters, and Kurdish Peshmerga. The story is told as a journey north along the Tigris River and into the heart of darkness as key participants fight to reclaim Mosul from the grip of the Islamic State in Iraq (ISIS, also called “Daesh”).
If you’re a film music fan who has been following Sebastian Robertson’s career, then don’t miss this essential interview now at Rolling Stone. Learn more about his latest score to the compelling documentary, Survivors Guide To Prison, growing up as the son of the legendary musician Robbie Robertson, and his thoughts on eventually collaborating with him.