Guns Akimbo—Original Motion Picture Soundtrack featuring music by Enis Rotthoff (Wetlands, The White Orchid) is out digitally via Music.Film and Varese Sarabande! Rotthoff’s electronic score provides a wildly energized backdrop to the hilariously dark and violent action comedy.
Says Rotthoff: “Working on this film has truly been a unique experience for me. It’s almost as if my 15-year-old self, growing up in the 80s and 90s, had time travelled to 2019 to help me realize this score.”
Starring Daniel Radcliffe (Swiss Army Man), the film is now playing in US theaters (get tickets). See album listening links and the movie trailer below.
Following last weekend’s box office success of Brahms: The Boy II, Brett Detar’s score will be released digitally Friday, February 28, 2020 on Lakeshore Records. See album track and pre-save/pre-order links below.
To be sure, people identify Zinner with his axe… The guitar is still present, but unlike the angular shards and shreds that punctured Yeah Yeah Yeahs tunes, meeting Karen O’s high pitched vocals that fluctuated between furious and innocent, they are delicate, resembling the batting of eyelashes. Along with other mesmeric uses of strings, they come in and out of the shoreline sands of synth like low tide. – Charles Steinberg, Under The Radar
Under The Radar magazine goes in for a deep dive with Nick Zinner, the composer of Jennifer Reeder’s new thriller, Knives And Skin! And if that name sounds familiar, he is indeed that Nick Zinner, the guitarist of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. But, Charles Steinberg wants us to understand that his score is not a Yeah Yeah Yeahs sound and Zinner’s efforts to push boundaries are evident, in this latest installment of his “Keeping Score” composer interview series over at Under The Radar. A must-read!
Knives And Skin (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is out now on Lakeshore Records!
Music.Film congratulates the team behind The Kindness of Strangers and Composer Andrew Lockington on their Best Score nomination for this year’s Canadian Screen Awards! The soundtrack was released digitally on February 14 via Music.Film and Varese Sarabande on the same day of the film’s Digital and VOD release.
Andrew is an award-winning Canadian composer known for his score to recent blockbuster San Andreas and Journey To The Center of the Earth. In 2009, the International Film Music Critics Association (IFMCA) awarded him Breakthrough Film Composer of the Year.
Presented by the CBC, this year’s Canadian Screen Awards will be broadcast live March 29 at 8 PM (check local listings)! See the full schedule at the Canadian Screen Academy online.
Now it’s time for the fifth instalment [sic] and we get an entirely new “Last blood” theme that opens the score and it shows the Brian Tyler action sound in all its might. It’s balls to the walls heavy orchestral action and Jerry would be proud of his heir. – Soundtrack Dreams
Enjoy The Ride Records and Lakeshore Records in conjunction with Lionsgate are proud to present Rambo: Last Blood, for the first time on vinyl. Composed by Brian Tyler (Fast and The Furious films, The Expendables films, Avengers: Age Of Ultron) and recorded at the Slovak Radio Concert Hall, the score to the fifth film in the Rambo franchise complements the film throughout the emotional ride that John Rambo embarks on in his attempt to bring his adopted niece to safety.
Pre-order the Enjoy The Ride exclusive vinyl variants in “Bloody” Massacre” (limited to 250) and “Red & Black” LP set (limited to 500) at Enjoy The Ride Records. Hurry: pre-order your copy now and get notified when it’s ready to ship in and around April! See purchase links and other variant details below.