This week marks the 4th annivesary of the premiere of Stranger Things Season 1 on Netflix! Since then, the wildly popular series has become a worldwide phenomenon, catapulting its castmembers into international standom! Since then, fans have waited with bated breath for the return of Eleven, Mike, Will, Dustin, Lucas, Steve and the rest of the crew in Hawkins, Indiana,
A short but massive cue that highlights the depth and breadth of Kyle Dixon’s and Michael Stein’s dynamic score. It’s a colorful crescendo that travels to maximal sonic heights. You’ll replay it dozens of times as you await the show’s return to Netflix. – Vehlinggo
If you’re looking to hear sample tracks from the highly-anticipated Stranger Things 3 score album, then look no further than this latest track premiere, “Sauna Test” exclusively at Vehlinggo! The full album is set to be released digitally this Friday, June 28 via Lakeshore Records and Invada Records.
Though they are best known for their nostalgic, synth-heavy work on Stranger Things — crafting themes that sound like rediscovering a dusty arcade machine — Dixon and Stein are ready to evolve as the show enters its third season. – Ellise Shafer, Billboard
As we close in on the Stranger Things 3 score album release featuring the highly-anticipated series score by EMMY®-winning and GRAMMY®-nominated Composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein (“Butterfly”, Spheres), we are treated to two additional track premieres: “Aftermath” and “William” available exclusively now at Billboard! The score album drops Friday, June 28 via Lakeshore Records and Invada Records, ahead of the Season 3 series premiere on Netflix! See our previous announcement to view the full track list here, or pre-order the album below.
Less than a month away from the Season 3 premiere, Stranger Things fever is already at an all-time high! Check out the Season 3 poster featuring art by Kyle Lambert, the artist who also created the poster for Season 1 and Season 2. Are you experiencing Stranger Things fever where you are in the world?
Catch up on Stranger Things Season 1 and 2 ahead of the July 4 debut now. All episodes of STRANGER THINGS now streaming on Netflix! Also, if you didn’t get to fully experience Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein’s GRAMMY®-nominated score released on Lakeshore Records and Invada Records, see below for listening links and videos for both seasons!
The music shifts from low-key but cheery jazz from the charming score by composer William Ross to a trumpet trill like the opening of a bullfight as we see the film’s title, followed by its more telling alternate: “A Narcissist Can’t Die Because the Whole World Would End.” – RogerEbert.com
One of Hollywood’s most beloved actors, Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder reunite for Destination Wedding (they were previously in A Scanner Darkly, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, and The Private Lives of Pippa Lee) in this romantic comedy, now on DVD and streaming platforms! The film is a featured, Popular Title streaming movie and an Amazon’s Choice DVD film title. The score by 3x EMMY-Winning Composer William Ross (A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, Ladder 49)
The score opens up with a funky bass tune instead of the light guitar or piano I was expecting, considering this is a romantic comedy; the jazzy tones, enriched by the piano and soft percussion joining in actually add to the 90s nostalgia and it doesn’t take even a couple of minutes from this score to make me nod my head over the rhythm of the music. – Soundtrack Dreams
Regatta presents DESTINATION WEDDING, available now on DVD (get it here).