Review: Mica Levi’s ‘Monos’ Score | Pitchfork

Much like the UK composer’s score for Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin, Monos uses just a smattering of sounds to craft a world of deepening dread. – Andy Beta, Pitchfork

In the latest review of Mica Levi’s highly-anticipated score to Monos. Pitchfork compares it to her critically-acclaimed and memorable debut score to Under The Skin. If you haven’t had a chance to listen to the “growing unhinged” Monos score (which, by the way is a hint of what to expect in the film), it’s out now digitally from Invada Records and Lakeshore Records.  The album is alsco coming to vinyl (see pre-order link below), arriving in stores on Friday, September 13, the same day of the US theatrical release of the film.  See the full review now at Pitchfork!

Directed by Alejandro Landes, the Latin American film festival darling and Sundance Special Jury Prize winner will represent Colombia in the International Feature Film category for next year’s Academy Awards®!

Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Listen][Order US Vinyl][Order UK Vinyl]


NEON presents MONOS, in select theaters Friday, September 13.


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