“The evocative orchestral score sets the stage for the highly-anticipated Paramount+ series produced by Taylor Sheridan.” – ComingSoon.net
Composer Chanda Dancy has done it again with another inspiring score! Her latest: Lawmen: Bass Reeves (Original Series Soundtrack) has been released digitally via Lakeshore Records. Keep reading for the full album details. Dancy, whom you may know from her previous score to World War II aerial drama, Devotion, is the International Film Music Critics Association’s (IFMCA) 2023 Discovery of the Year nominee!
Lawmen: Bass Reeves is now streaming on Paramount+.
TheLamplighters League (Original Soundtrack)by award-winning composer Jon Everist (Overwatch 2, Shadowrun) has been released digitally via Lakeshore Records! Recorded at the iconic Abbey Road Studios, the exhilarating orchestral score provides a dark and thrilling backdrop to the globetrotting tactical-based strategy game.
Presented by Paradox Interactive and developer Harebrained Schemes, The Lamplighters League and the Tower at the End of the World launched October 3 for PC and Xbox Series X|S. More album details below.
“I have massive respect for quality music and sound in video games and this clip just shows further that The Lamplighters League is on the right track to a stunning and moving soundtrack.” – Game Tyrant
“Together, Toy and Morris have created a new direction for the music of Castlevania: Nocturne, while still preserving the best aspects of their work on the first series. – Screen Rant
The highly-anticipated return of the Castlevania series on Netflix brought back composing duo, Trevor Morris and Trey Toy to continue the epic saga in the form of Castlevania: Nocturne, which takes place generations later. Imagine playing the Castlevania games as a child and growing up to be asked to work on the Castlevania tv series as a composer! This was an unimagined dream come true for Composer Trey Toy, as revealed in the Screen Rant interview.
Castlevania: Nocturne (Original Series Soundtrack) snagged the iTunes Top 10 chart, climbing to No. 6 upon its release via Lakeshore Records! Keep reading to access streaming links!
It’s official: Saw composer Charlie Clouser has broken the record for scoring the most scores within a single franchise, surpassing Star Wars composer John Williams (who has scored 9). Clouser remains humble about his record-breaking feat. “Obviously, I certainly wouldn’t put myself on John Williams’s level in any department other than the sheer number of sequels within a single franchise,” he said. Read the full story now at Comic Book Resources.
Saw X (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is out now digitally worldwide via Lakeshore Records.
Director John Carney’s first film in seven years, Flora and Son, is a delightful music-driven drama starring Eve Hewson and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. If you’ve already seen the film in theaters, take a deeper dive with Carney and composer Gary Clark. From the upbeat “High Life” to the charming “Meet In The Middle,” learn how music informs Carney’s work and find out how Gary Clark collaborated with Carney and the film’s stars, Eve Hewson and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, to shape the songs. A highlight includes the revelation that the song, “Dublin 07” is John Carney’s own demo! Listen to the interview via the Next Best Picture podcast below.