“The John Barry comparisons are inevitable, especially given its general 60s vibe, but I assure you: Tom makes The Ipcress File completely his own.” – The Film Scorer
Lakeshore Records has released The Ipcress File—Original Series Soundtrack featuring music by Ivor Novello-nominated composer Tom Hodge (Rise of the Nazis, The Mauritanian), available now digitally. Hodge’s vibrant score utilizes instrumentation true to the 1960’s creating an authentic backdrop to the critically acclaimed six-episode series based on the spy thriller.
The Ipcress File is produced by Altitude Television and is currently airing on ITV in the UK and all of the episodes are available on the ITV Hub. The series is set for broadcast across the world in the coming months.
The John Barry comparisons are inevitable, especially given its general 60s vibe, but I assure you: Tom makes The Ipcress File completely his own. – The Film Scorer
Ahead of the release of The Ipcress File–Original Series Soundtrack, we’re getting a taste of Tom Hodge’s tasteful score to the new series now streaming on ITV — listen now at The Film Scorer. Lakeshore Records will release the full album digitally on Friday, March 25, 2022. Be sure to pre-save the soundtrack (link below) for instant access. We’re hoping to see the high-octane spy thriller make its stateside debut soon, so stay tuned!
Most noticeably, the music to Butterfly sustains Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein’s freakish proclivity for locating humanism in their electronics. The signals they send have some sort of uncanny correlation with core feelings. More uncanny is their tonal grasp of what it is to be young and curious. – Charles Steinberg, Under The Radar
Today over at Under The Radar, we get a behind-the-scenes interview of co-composer Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein on their score to “Butterfly”, the critically-acclaimed mini-series now streaming on Hulu. Included in the piece are three songs you ca listen to now, including “Taking In Lodgers”, making its debut on the press outlet: “Quite frankly just makes you wanna pop-lock, the tone is set for Maxine’s personal triumph.” Check out this web exclusive now at Under The Radar!
Tony Marchant’s critically-acclaimed mini-series Butterfly features score by EMMY®-winning and GRAMMY®-nominated Composers Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein (“Stranger Things“, Spheres) and stars Anna Friel (“Marcella“, “Pushing Daisies”), Emmet J. Scanlan and Callum Booth-Ford.
Originally premiering on ITV in the UK, BUTTERFLY is now streaming on Hulu.
The approach that Dixon and Stein take with their work on Butterfly underscores a shift for them: it sounds far different from their Stranger Things work. (Aaron’s Note: If anything, it’s more Cliff Martinez or Johnny Jewel than John Carpenter, but I’ll let them describe the shift.) – Vehlinggo
Premiering today on Vehlinggo is the track, “A Long Way To Go” by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein for the forthcoming Butterfly – Original Series Soundtrack! The Primetime EMMY-winning and GRAMMY-nominated composer duo are known for their scores to the hit Netflix series “Stranger Things” and the Darren Aronofsky-produced Spheres VR film. The album releases March 22 digitally worldwide on Lakeshore Records, but you can listen to the track only at Vehlinggo now.
Listen to the debut track, “Butterfly” by Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein (“Stranger Things“, Spheres) from the critically-acclaimed mini-series of the same name exclusively now at The 405. Tony Marchant’s Royal Television Awards-nominated drama stars Anna Friel (“Marcella“, “Pushing Daisies”), Emmet J. Scanlan and Callum Booth-Ford. Lakeshore Records will release Butterfly – Original Series Soundtrack by the EMMY®-winning and GRAMMY®-nominated composer duo digitally on March 22. See the track list below.
Butterfly (Original Series Soundtrack)
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
02. Blue Eyes
03. Taking In Lodgers
06. Just Make Up Your Mind
07. I Don’t Know How Happy I Am Anymore
09. School Troubles
10. Introducing Maxine
11. Cut Wrists
12. Tickle Gods
13. Dress Up
17. Maxine’s Groove
18. Making The Choice
21. What Was the Point of Me?
22. Dancing with the Girls
23. A Long Way to Go
ITV and Hulu present BUTTERFLY, now streaming on Hulu.