For Cyber Monday, we journey into the recesses of our memories to curate these 15 essential soundtracks released by Lakeshore Records that really speak to what we think of when we hear the word “cyber”. Also featured are soundtracks, scores from video games and films which may have an orchestral bent, but we think you’ll enjoy the listen that the scores provide when accompanied by the sci-fi and tech-centric productions as you experience them. Which Lakeshore soundtrack on this list will you play on repeat?
This week, Lakeshore Records is proud to release two new albums featuring innovative and distinct music such as the Cristal Basket centered score by Deru for the Impulse soundtrack, and Deadly Avenger’s new cinematic synth album, The Girl With The White Orchid! Also, check out album releases new to Bandcamp featuring Academy Award® and GRAMMY® nominated composers!
Enchanting and fascinating, assisting to the show’s intrigue, and also engaging as a standalone listen. – Destroy/Exist
Ahead of the Impulse soundtrack release, Lakeshore Records is pleased to premiere a new track, “Getting The Wrong Idea” by Deru, available now at Destroy/Exist! The YouTube Originals series created by Doug Limon (The Bourne Identity, Edge of Tomorrow) has been rated 100% Fresh at Rotten Tomatoes (stream it here). Have you started streaming the series? The first three episodes are free!
This week, we’re thrilled to present another round of highly-anticipated Lakeshore Records soundtrack releases from Giorgio Moroder & Raney Shockne, Mark Isham and the late Jóhann Jóhannsson. Also available is the new Deru release on pre-order for his YouTube Originals series score to Impulse! Scroll down to listen or download the albums.
Wynn did a couple things to blend the electronics and the synths with the Cristal Baschet: one involves tapping and another manipulation. – Vehlinggo
Clearly, we need more Cristal Baschet scores, because film music critics and fans alike are fascinated by the score to Impulse, the new YouTube Originals 10-episode series based on Steven Gould’s Jumper series of novels. One of the premiere series from YouTube Originals (formerly YouTube Red), the score by Deru with its acoustic-meets synth compositions provides a unique sound for specific characters and their special “skills.” You’ll have to watch the series because we’re trying really hard not to provide spoilers for those unfamiliar with the Jumper universe! Read the full story now at Vehlinggo.