Kristian Söderström’s Videoman film made its UK theatrical debut last summer at Frightfest in London, and now we’ve learned the film will receive worldwide distribution, heading to VOD platforms and DVD! This is good news for folks here in the US who have been teased by the soundtrack release via Lakeshore Records almost a year ago, which features score by synthwave collaborators, Robert Parker and Waveshaper, plus music by Johan Agebjorn (feat. Ryan Paris), Moto Boy, Femmepop and more. Check out the UK film trailer below for a refresher and stay tuned!
Director Kristian Söderström’s Videoman film makes its debut at Frightfest (August 23-27) in London (see schedule)! The nostalgia-inducing movie starring Stefan Sauk, Lena Nilsson and “Mr. Robot” star Martin Wallstrom makes its film festival debut. Lakeshore Records released the soundtrack featuring score by Waveshaper and Robert Parker, music by Johan Agebjorn (feat. Ryan Paris), Moto Boy, Femmepop and more.
The Videoman soundtrack is out now on Lakeshore Records, and today, the world gets to hear the film’s composers Waveshaper & Robert Parker put the synth score into context! With the help of Director Kristian Söderström and hosted by everyone’s favorite synthwave writer, Aaron Vehling, they’ve provided a terrific podcast interview which you can listen to now at Dread Central .
With the majority of the 23 track album being songs by either Waveshaper or Robert Parker, it’s hard to not be excited about the upcoming film. – NewRetroWave
We have a new track premiere for your listening pleasure from the upcoming Videoman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)! Listen to “Drift Apart” by Waveshaper & Robert Parker now exclusively at NewRetroWave. The album is available now on pre-order via Apple Music and iTunes, and Bandcamp (with an instant-grat track). Tell us what you think about this track in the comments below!
Get to know Swedish musicians Waveshaper and Robert Parker, two collaborators well situated in the synthwave scene. In this new interview with the Videoman composers, The Annotator delivers a fresh behind-the-scenes audio interview which features a sneak preview of the soundtrack from the forthcoming film. If you’re a fan of synth scores and ’80s-inspired music, this will be a thoroughly enjoyable listen. Check out the interview now at The Annotator.
World of Film presents VIDEOMAN, premiering in Swedish cinemas in 2018.