We are privileged to premiere two new music videos for Kid Moxie’s Cyberpunk 2077 tracks, “Flying Heads” and “Simple Pleasures” from Cyberpunk 2077: More Music From Night City Radio, the latest Lakeshore Records and CD Projekt Red release! Experience the music videos (below) featuring appearances by Kid Moxie herself, interspersed between game footage from one of the most highly-anticipated video games of the last decade.
Are you a fan of the music? Do you find yourself lingering in your car because that Cyberpunk song is just so dang good? We hear that is a common dilemma (and we don’t blame you). Put the music on blast anytime you want and carry on, choombas. We got you with the album streaming link below, too.
Join Bridgerton Composer Kris Bowers and Music Supervisor Alexandra Patsavas for an exclusive screening and Live Stream Q&A on Tuesday, June 15 (6:30 PM PST), courtesy of The Society of Composers & Lyricists (The SCL)! Moderated by Jazz Tangcay (Variety), the event is free to SCL members. A screening link will be provided 10 minutes prior to the Q&A upon registration.
Attendees can ask questions on YouTube chat, and the SCL Host will pass them on to the Moderator. The SCL Member Code of Conduct applies to online Q&As.
To find out how you can participate or how to join The SCL, head over to The SCL online.
Join Allen v, Farrow composer Michael Abels for an exclusive The Society of Composers and Lyricists (The SCL) screening and Q&A session on Monday, June 14 (6:30 PM PST)! Moderated by Film Music Journalist Tim Greiving, you’ll a chance to also hear from Co-Creator, Co-Director and Executive Producer Amy Ziering, and Music Editor Ellen Segal! This event is free to members and an access link will be provided 10 minutes prior to the event. For more information or how you can join, head over to The SCL online.
Abels’ score deftly reflects both the haunting and emotional moments as well as the happier memories in this unflinching documentary utilizing strings, piano and clarinet. – Awards Daily
Lakeshore Records has released Allen v. Farrow—Original Series Soundtrack digitally worldwide with music by Michael Abels (Get Out). View the album purchase link and tracklist to the 36-track album to the critically-acclaimed four-part documentary below. Listen to “Allen v. Farrow Main Title” and “Separating The Art From The Artist” below which premiered at Awards Daily!
Join “Servant” Composer Trevor Gureckis and Sound Designer
Sean Garnhart for a lively Q&A on Thursday, June 10 (5 PM PST) via The Society of Composers & Lyricists (SCL) moderated by film music journalist Tim Greiving! The YouTube Live Stream Q&A is free to SCL members. The screening link will be provided 10 minutes prior to the event. For more details and how to become a member, go to The SCL online.