This year, Lakeshore Records has curated a new playlist of select tracks featuring score cues by the world’s top and rising women composers! You may already know most of these talented individuals who have made a name for themselves in the film, television, and video game music worlds. You may have missed their latest soundtrack releases. In commemoration of International Women’s Day 2022, we invite you to take a listen and hopefully end up on a deep dive of discovery through these incredible composers’ discographies as this Spotify playlist is by no means a complete picture of all they have to offer. What soundtracks have you rediscovered below?
myndstream, the groundbreaking record label devoted to elevating mental and physical health through meditation, mindfulness, and movement, announces myndstream Collection, Volume 1, available at all major digital music services worldwide.
myndstream invited the world’s most forward-thinking, creatively conscious, and chart-topping artists—having amassed billions of streams across their culturally significant and iconic albums—to offer their personal musical answers to the question, “What does mindfulness sound like?”
Hailing from all types of musical backgrounds—from wellness musicians and top film/TV composers to legendary rock and electronic performers and producers—these towering talents have come together for the first time.
The result is a trail-blazing instrumental anthology that challenges each artist to create new music around the theme of mindfulness and brings to the music community an unforgettable experience that harnesses the power of music for personal well-being.
Lakeshore Records has released Kathryn Bostic’s EMMY-nominated score to Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir — available now digitally on all major music services! The 14-track album showcases her composition for the EMMY-nominated American Masters (PBS) documentary about pioneering author Amy Tan. Keep reading for the album listening link and more about the film.
The score by award-winning composer Kathryn Bostic, who was recently shortlisted for an Oscar in 2020 for her song “High Above the Water,” is an emotionally rich backdrop to the documentary film profiling the pioneering author Amy Tan. The masterfully played piano as well as the strings and percussion, reflect the strength of Tan’s spirit as her life and career unfold in the film.
If you missed the recent live discussion with EMMY Nominees Michael Abels (“Allen v. Farrow“), Kathryn Bostic (the forthcoming Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir), Kris Bowers (“Bridgerton“), and Mark Crawford (The Social Dilemma), presented by Lakeshore Records and The Society of Composers & Lyricists (The SCL), members can now watch a replay of the discussion online, hosted by journalist Tim Greiving! If you’re not yet a member, get details now at The Society of Composers & Lyricists website.
See our previous announcement about this lively panel discussion here.
Join 2021 EMMY-nominated composers Michael Abels (“Allen v. Farrow”), Kathryn Bostic (the forthcoming Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir), Kris Bowers (“Bridgerton”), and Mark Crawford (The Social Dilemma) in conversation live on YouTube this Thursday, August 19 (6:30 PM PT)! Presented by Lakeshore Records and The Society of Composers & Lyricists (The SCL), the panel discussion will be moderated by film music journalist Tim Greiving.
The exclusive event is open to SCL members. Screening links are available upon registration. Find out how you can register now at The SCL online.