In our month-long celebration of Halloween and horror titles, we handpick some of the most memorable film scores and soundtracks in recent memory, such as these three horror scores composed by women: What Keeps You Alive, The Lureand M.F.A. See links below for the films and soundtracks!
This week, Lakeshore Records features film and TV releases from your favorite composers: Trevor Morris, Jeff Russo, Sonya Belousova & Giona Ostinelli, Jeff Beal, Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein, Christopher Young, and more! We guarantee you’ll find a variety of soundtracks from dramas, thrillers, and horror genres to satisfy your film music cravings! And, of course, new vinyl, CD and HD audio releases you don’t want to miss!
This week, Lakeshore Records proudly presents Alexandre Desplat’s score to New York Times Critic’s Pick film, The Sisters Brothers, starring John C. Reilly and Joaquin Phoenix! Also released is music from the forthcoming Heathers TV series (score by Chris Alan Lee), which premieres on the Paramount Network on October 25. And in case you’re curious, we have some new highly-anticipated vinyl and cassette releases you don’t want to miss. Keep scrolling to get all the details!
M.F.A. movie co-composers Sonya Belousova & Giona Ostinelli takes us behind the scenes on their recent film music collaboration! Gear heads will appreciate the shop talk and their outlook on sampling to create their original scores. Read the full story at Electronic Musician magazine.
Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to M.F.A., starring Francesca Eastwood & Clifton Collins Jr.. The album features score by Sonya Belousova & Giona Ostinelli (Spike TV’s “The Mist”, Darling, Carnage Park), out digitally on all platforms November 3. The album is currently available on Bandcamp. See the track list and learn more about the composers below.
Directed by Natalia Leite, the film is a 2017 SXSW Grand Jury Award nominee.
“vividly unnerving” – Variety
“The effects-rich score by composers Sonya Belousova and Giona Ostinelli… puts us in her head during intense scenes and starts allowing scraps of dialogue that challenge the morality of her judge-jury-executioner agenda.” – The Hollywood Reporter
Dark Sky Films presents M.F.A., now playing in select theaters (get tickets) and on VOD (get it on iTunes).