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Celebrating Women Composers 2022

Spotlight: Women Composers

This year, Lakeshore Records has curated a new playlist of select tracks featuring score cues by the world’s top and rising women composers!  You may already know most of these talented individuals who have made a name for themselves in the film, television, and video game music worlds.  You may have missed their latest soundtrack releases.   In commemoration of International Women’s Day 2022, we invite you to take a listen and hopefully end up on a deep dive of discovery through these incredible composers’ discographies as this Spotify playlist is by no means a complete picture of all they have to offer.  What soundtracks have you rediscovered below?

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New Soundtrack Releases: Tag, 12 Monkeys, Future World, Stranger Things 2 Cassette + More!

This week, Lakeshore Records presents a collection of new film and television soundtrack releases you don’t want to miss, including: Tag (Score by Germaine Franco), 12 Monkeys (score by Stephen Barton), Future World (score by TOYDRUM), and Saturday Church (original music by Nathan Larson); plus new Stranger Things Season 1 and Season 2 releases you don’t want to miss!  Also, three can’t-miss albums debut on Bandcamp, and another composer power-duo soundtrack release is on the horizon.  Keep reading to get the details.

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‘Tag’ Composer Interview: Get To Know Germaine Franco | Film Music Magazine

Yet for all of the wolfpack comedies that get put out, no female composer has been able to shatter the bro music barrier – until now. – Daniel Schweiger, Film Music Magazine

Germaine Franco, who previously worked with John Powell as an assistant, orchestrator and music producer on such scores as “The Italian Job” to “The Bourne Supremacy” and “Kung Fu Panda,” now finds herself taking the helm as composer for Tag, the new comedy opening in theaters Friday, June 15!  Read the full interview here at Film Music Magazine.

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Warner Brothers presents TAG, in theaters Friday, June 15 (get tickets)!