A standout track from his score for the Apple TV + short film, Here We Are: Notes For Living On Planet Earth. The track opens with calming, electronic ambience before exploding into gorgeous, string-accented instrumentals; a spectral choir takes over at the midpoint, culminating in a piece of music that’s gigantic in scope and utterly beautiful. – Austin Trunick, Under the Radar
In honor of Earth Day, Lakeshore Records in partnership with Apple TV+ premieres the music video for Alex Somer’s outstanding track, “Into Place” from Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth exclusively now at Under The Radar! Somers produced the track with Sindri Már Sigfússon and features the choral contribution by Alaska Reid. The music video features footage from the Earth Day-themed animated short, inspired by author/illustrator Oliver Jeffers’ book by the same name.
The full soundtrack is out now exclusively on Apple Music, and will be released on all other music services on June 19.
Lakeshore Records congratulates our five (5) film and TV soundtrack partners on their Annie Award Nominations! The combined 19 nominations from Missing Link (Laika/United Artists Releasing), I Lost My Body (Xilam/Netflix), The Addams Family(MGM/United Artists Releasing), BoJack Horseman (Tornante/Netflix), and Undone (Amazon Studios) include Best Feature, Best Direction, and Best Music! See the full category breakdown below.
Since 1972, The Annie Awards are the annual awards of the International Animated Film Association, which recognize excellence in animation in television and film. The winners will be revealed Jan. 25 at UCLA’s Royce Hall. Congratulations to all the nominees this year!
A gorgeous electronic score by Dan Levy completes the picture, emphasising the romantic themes of longing and loss, tugging upon our heartstrings without resort to sentimentality. – Mark Kermode, The Guardian
Ahead of the Netflix streaming debut on Friday, November 29, listen to Dan Levy’s score to I Lost My Body, winner of coveted film awards including Critic’s Week Grand Prize winner at Cannes, Audience Award at Annecy, and more. Levy’s score has also received numerous accolades and awards including Best Score at Sitges and Hollywood Music in Media Awards!
If you have seen the film trailer at all, then you would have heard the haunting synth theme, “J’ai Purdue Mon Corps” taken from I Lost My Body – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Listen to the album preview below for a taste of the full album. Will you be tuning in on November 29?
Open thine ears and slake thy thirst on this tasty arrangement of orchestral majesty that sets a tone for The Dragon Prince that is nothing short of epic – Darryn Bonthuys, Critical Hit
Hello The Dragon Prince fans, take note: more music is headed your way from the wildly popular animated series on Netflix! Ahead of the Season 3 debut, we’re treated to an exclusive premiere of the track, “The Leap” by Series Composer Frederik Wiedmann now exclusively at Critical Hit! The track to the forthcoming full album, The Dragon Prince – Original Series Soundtrack arrives digitally Friday, November 15 on Lakeshore Records. Keep reading for the album track list and more.
And in case you didn’t know, Lakeshore also released the soundtracks to the first two seasons, and you can listen here: [Season 1][Season 2]
Dan Levy (one half of the band The Dø) is having quite a ride with animated feature, I Lost My Body, directed by Jeremy Clapin! The film has been making the rounds in Europe, winning the Critic’s Week Grand Prize at Cannes, Best Film win at Annecy International, and Best Score at Sitges! Stateside, Dan Levy just received a Best Score nomination from Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA) in the animation category. Ready to listen to the full album? Lakeshore Records is pleased to release I Lost My Body – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, available now digitally on all major music services worldwide.
The song opens with a moody, John Carpenter-ian synth line before introducing its melancholy melody, which grows and swells to dramatic heights over the track’s near-three minutes. – Austin Trunick, Under The Radar