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What’s New On Lakeshore: ‘Swiss Army Man’ Vinyl, Composer Podcasts On Spotify And ‘The Lobster’ CD!

Here’s a handy list of new releases out in the past week from Lakeshore Records!  Which ones are you planning to download or stream?

Out Now on Vinyl:

Swiss Army Man Collector’s Edition Vinyl: get it here



Out Now on CD:

The Lobster (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) CD: get it here

The Lobster (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is a timeless album compilation for a film which takes place in a dystopian near future!  Starring Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz, the soundtrack features the track, “Where the Wild Roses Grow” by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds & Kylie Minogue and classical masterpieces (Sofia Loren’s vocals are amazing on CD!).  The album is a perfect back drop to fully experience the “absurdly romantic” BAFTA-nominated The Lobster film, winner of three Cannes Film Festival Awards, including the Jury Prize and a Palme D’Or nomination for director Yorgos Lanthimos (Dogtooth)!


Out Now on Spotify:

The Lakeshore Podcasts: Follow playlist here


Now you can listen to almost an hour (and growing) of uninterrupted composer podcasts now on Spotify!  Currently featuring a baker’s dozen of interviews from Rob Simonsen (The Age of Adaline) to John Debney (Draft Day) to Brian Tyler (Transformers: Prime), you’ll be treating yourself to exclusive behind-the-scenes chats on some of film’s most memorable scores.  Kick it off with our latest addition: an interview with composer Cliff Martinez on his score for Drive!

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PODCAST: Composer Paul Oakenfold On His ‘Nobel Son’ Score, Film Stars Alan Rickman


Lakeshore Records sat down with composer Paul Oakenfold (Matrix ReloadedSwordfish) to talk about his score for Nobel Son, starring Alan Rickman (Eye In The Sky), Bryan Greenberg, Eliza Dushku and more.  Paul was asked by director Randall Miller to create an “electronic score with splashes of orchestral sounds.”  He approached various music artists such as Groove Armada and The Chemical Brothers to contribute music to the soundtrack.

As a Grammy®-nominated DJ-turned composer, Paul got his start scoring on Swordfish, for which he received the BMI Film Award (2002).  Listen to the interview below!

20th Century Fox presents NOBEL SON, available now on DVD (get it here) and On Demand (rent it on iTunes).

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