Music.Film Recordings is set to release The Burnt Orange Heresy—Original Motion Picture Soundtrack featuring music by the Golden Globe and Grammy-winning composer Craig Armstrong (Ray!, Moulin Rouge!), in partnership with Varèse Sarabande Records. Armstrong, who has worked with everyone from Baz Luhrmann to the London Sinfonietta to Massive Attack, has provided an orchestral and electronic-based score that is both lush and gorgeously spare. It’s an evocative accompaniment to the sleek neo-noir thriller. Music.Film Recordings will release the album digitally on March 6th. See the album track list below.
Now Taking Pre-Orders at the Rockstar Warehouse and Invada Records
The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: Original Score is coming to Vinyl and CD as a one-time-only, limited release on April 10th, and is now up for pre-order at the Rockstar Warehouse and the Invada Records Online Store. The double LP set comes pressed on transparent vinyl discs and features a gatefold package with printed sleeves.
Composed by longtime Rockstar collaborator Woody Jackson and featuring contributions from a wide range of artists and musicians including Arca, Colin Stetson, Senyawa, David Ferguson, Jon Theodore and more, The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: Original Score is also currently available on all major digital music platforms, including Apple Music and Spotify.
In addition to Invada’s vinyl and CD release in partnership with Rockstar Games and Lakeshore Records, Lakeshore’s digital release of The Music Of Red Dead Redemption 2: Original Score is available now on all major music services! Listen now: [Digital]
Lakeshore Records congratulates soundtrack partners I Lost My Body (Xilam Animation/Netflix) on their Best Animated Feature and Best Score wins at this year’s César Awards! This is France’s equivalent to the Oscars.
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.