New Soundtracks: If Beale Street Could Talk, Trust, Prospect + More Highly-Anticipated Scores!

This week, Lakeshore Records is thrilled to release highly-anticipated new scores from some of the film music world’s most exciting established and new composers from film and television productions: If Beale Street Could Talk by Nicolas Britell, Trust by James Lavelle, and Prospect by Daniel L.K. Caldwell.  Also forthcoming are two new scores that we’re dying to share with you from a veteran composer and a newcomer to the Lakeshore roster.  You’ll have to scroll for all the details!


Digital New Releases:


Score by Nicholas Britell.

Listen to a track from Nicholas Britell’s score of ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ and swoon – Awards Watch

Britell’s moody composition is totally different than anything he did for Moonlight, but just as good — it makes Beale Street’s story of love and resilience even more radiant. – Vulture

In the track “Agape,” you hear just what makes the music in ‘Beale Street’ so memorable and emotional. Especially when you see how this piece is used in the film, you’ll experience a flood of emotions that you’ll have trouble replicating in any other film experience this year. – The Playlist

Before you see Barry Jenkin’s eagerly-anticipated film, If Beale Street Could Talk in theaters next month, be sure to download and listen to Nicholas Britell’s swoon-worthy film score  — available now worldwide on all digital music services!  This release reunites Britell with Academy Award® Best Picture Winner of Moonlight, Barry Jenkins.  Download and listen to the album to prepare yourself for this highly-anticipated film adaptation of a classic 1974 James Baldwin novel by the same name.

At its best it confirms Jenkins as one of the most talented filmmakers working today – BBC

An iconic Black love story – Essence




TRUST – [Download/Listen]
Score by James Lavelle.

“The Rig” is a dark and brooding bit of synth work with chugging synths that slowly rise and fall along a steady kick and builds with gravelly white noise in the background. – Magnetic Magazine

“Low” (incidentally the name of one of the most influential albums of the decade, by David Bowie, in his period of experimenting with electronic and ambient music) is right up my alley with the atmospheric mood. – Soundtrack Dreams

Created by Simon Beaufoy (who directed the first three episodes) and executive produced by Danny Boyle, Beaufoy and Christian Colson – the Academy Award®-winning team behind Slumdog Millionaire, comes Trust, featuring score by James Lavelle of the pioneering British music group UNKLE.

TRUST is now streaming on FX+ and BBC Two!



PROSPECT – [Download/Listen]
Score by Daniel L.K. Caldwell.

A Western sci-fi hybrid reminiscent of ‘Moon’ – The Playlist

Prospect, winner of the SXSW Adam Yauch Hörnblowér Award, is now playing in select theaters and will hit VOD platforms next month.  Directed by Chris Caldwell and Zeek Earl and based on their 2014 short, Prospect features score by Daniel L.K. Caldwell.  The critically-acclaimed sci-fi film has been described as “the best indie sci-fi film since ‘Moon‘.” (Slash Film)  Check out their behind-the-scenes video below on the making of this ambitious indie film!

Gunpowder & Sky present PROSPECT, now playing in select theaters (get tickets)!



Digital Pre-orders:


DESTROYER – [pre-order here]
Score by Theodore Shapiro.

Hands down, the best work Nicole Kidman has ever done – Alan Cerny,

A tremendous piece of filmmaking, fueled by Kusama’s fearless creative vision and Kidman’s transformative performance – Bryan Bishop, The Verge

Destroyer is an action drama starring Nicole Kidman, Toby Kebbell, Tatiana Maslany, Sebastian Stan, Scoot McNairy, Bradley Whitford, Toby Huss, and James Jordan. Directed by Karyn Kusama.  Destroyer reunites Kusama with veteran film composer Theodore Shapiro (The Invitation).  

See Nicole Kidman like you’ve never seen before, in theaters December 25 via Annapurna Pictures!

Destroyer (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Theodore Shapiro

01. The Body
02. The Calling Card
03. Taz
04. Eastward
05. DUI
06. Chasing Arturo
07. Hungry Little Mutt
08. Merry-Go-Round
09. LAX
10. The Animals Come Out
11. Bank Shootout
12. From Dusk to Glendale
13. The Apology
14. The Color of Money
15. Bank Job Gone Wrong
16. Full Circle
17. Chaconne
18. Ecstasy




CAM – [pre-order here]
Score by Gavin Brivik.

From Blumhouse (Get Out, The Belko Experiment) comes CAM – winner of the New Flesh Award for Best First Feature at Fantasia Film Festival and taking home the Festival Prize including Best Actress (Madeline Brewer), Best Production Design and Audience Choice Award at the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, Official Selection at AFI Film Festival and Sitges, is a tech-driven psychological thriller set in the world of Webcam porn.  Stars Madeline Brewer (“The Handmaid’s Tale”), Patch Darragh (The First Purge), Melora Walters (Venom), and Devin Druid (“13 Reasons Why”).  

The film features score by Gavin Brivik, best known for his work on the 90th Academy Award®-nominated, Student BAFTA winning and Student Academy Award Gold Medal winning film My Nephew Emmett.  The film has been acquired by Netflix and opens in theaters and streams on Netflix on November 16!

CAM (Original Motion Picture Score)
Gavin Brivik

01. This Chickadee’s at Fifty-Three
02. Eye on the Prize
03. We’re Doing The Show
04. Hello, Teapot
05. A New Lippy Fixes Everything
06. Make Me Famous
07. Lets Not Talk About Work
08. PUMP IT!
09. Burn My House Down
10. Get Out Of My House
11. Where Are You Going?
12. Tinker’s Girlfriend
13. You Stole My Face
14. Hey Guys



Vinyl + CD Pre-orders:


BOJACK HORSEMAN – [pre-order vinyl]
Featuring score by Jesse Novak + songs by Patrick Carney (feat. Michelle Branch), Oberhofer, and Jane Krakowski and Colman Domingo.

Back by popular demand!  If you missed out on getting your hands on the beloved BoJack Horseman – Music From The Original Series  on picture disc the first time around, we have re-stocked.  The EMMY®-nominated BoJack Horseman series is now in its fifth season on Netflix, so there’s no time like the present to take the songs you love from the first four seasons for a spin! 



If you binge-watched the entire Heathers TV series on the Paramount Network recently, then you’re likely wondering where you can find those songs you heard on the show!  From “Que Sera Sera” by Pink Martini to Nobody Speak by DJ Shadow (feat. Run The Jewels) to “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” by Poison, this various artist soundtrack sounds really sharp in lossless, uncompressed digital CD format! 

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