This year, five Lakeshore Records partners are nominated in the Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music and Outstanding Music Composition categories! From Holly Amber Church’s theme to Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities, to Chris Bacon and Danny Elfman’s score to Wednesday, we’re especially pleased to see sci-fi and horror genres getting a lot of love this year. With six music nominations from five partners–40 nominations across a total of eight partners overall—it’s yet another fruitful year for partners! View the full breakdown below.
The deadline to vote is 10 p.m. August 28, 2023. The EMMY’s ceremony has been moved to January 2024. Details can be found at Emmys Online.
This year’s Hollywood Music in Media Awards (HMMAs) nominations are in! The HMMAs honors composers, songwriters, and music supervisors for their work in music for film, television, and video games. View our featured nominees below, which include nominations from the year’s buzziest TV shows such as Severance (Apple TV+), Stranger Things 4 (Netflix),Yellowjackets (Showtime), and more!
The 2022 HMMA Awards will be presented Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 8 p.m. PT at The Avalon in Hollywood. See the complete list of nominees at HMMA online.
Now that the 2022 Emmy® Nominations are in, it’s time to rally behind your favorite TV shows from your favorite streaming platform or cable network! From Hacks (17 nominations) to Severance (14 nominations) to Stranger Things (13 nominations) to Yellowjackets (7 nominations), this is going to be a very competitive battle! If you’re a Television Academy member eligible to vote, be sure to RSVP for Deadline’sThe Contenders live stream held Saturday, August 6 and spend the day with the creators, writers and cast. Join the virtual interviews: RSVP now at Deadline online.
Check out our previous coverage of this year’s Emmy® Nominees which also include “Candy“, “Foundation“, “Gaslit“, “Pachinko“, “Pam and Tommy“, “See“, “Star Trek: Picard“, “The Great“, “The Man Who Fell To Earth“, “The Morning Show“, Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas, and Best Score contender 14 Peaks.
The 2022 Peabody Awards has announced nominees for excellence in storytelling that reflects the social issues and the emerging voices of today. Nominees for productions in the 2021 year include Academy Award-winning Director Barry Jenkins’ The Underground Railroad (Amazon Studios), featuring score by Academy Award Nominee Nicholas Britell; the super buzzworthy Yellowjackets (Showtime), featuring a ’90s-inspired score by Craig Wedren and Anna Waronker, and more!
View the full list of nominees at Variety. Congratulations to all the nominees this year! The 2022 Peabody Awards ceremony date is expected to take place in June. Visit the Peabody Awards site for further announcements. Watch the show trailers and listen to the soundtracks (both out now via Lakeshore Records) below.
“The leaders of ’90s bands Shudder to Think and That Dog have gone spooky, to great end, with music that’s helped turn the Showtime series into a phenomenon.” – Variety
“If Shrill was the duo’s pop album and TheRepublic of Sarah a Radiohead-style art-drama, then Yellowjackets is their angsty goth record, with a side of the supernatural.” – Pitchfork
Lakeshore Records has released Blood Hive—Original Score from the Showtime Series, Yellowjackets featuring music by Craig Wedren, best known as the frontman for seminal post-hardcore band Shudder to Think, and Anna Waronker of indie pop darlings that dog., who scored most of the show’s episodes; and composer Theodore Shapiro who composed the music for the show’s pilot. The strikingly sinister score harkens back to the punk, grunge and garage scenes of the 90’s and provides a darkly ominous backdrop to the horror series. The album, which contains an extended version of the main title song “No Return,” is available now digitally on April 15 on all major digital music services. View full album details below.