“The end result is a score both mournful and amusing; playful yet cautious. It suits the adaptation of Heller’s book quite well.” – Chris Evangelista, Slash Film
This week, Lakeshore Records release news include the first ever collaboration between brothers Rupert Gregson-Williams and Harry Gregson-Williams for Catch-22, the new original series on Hulu! Read the review at Slash Film, which premiered two cues from the soundtrack, “Basecamp At Dawn” and “John Yossarian” (see videos below). Keep scrolling to download and listen to the album, watch the series trailer and read reviews!
Watch the trailer for Catch-22, the new original series based on the acclaimed Joseph Heller novel, coming to Hulu on Friday, May 17! The series features score by EMMY® Nominee Rupert Gregson-Williams (“The Alienist”,Hacksaw Ridge) and Golden Globe® Nominee Harry Gregson-Williams (The Martian, The Zookeeper’s Wife).
The six-part series CATCH-22 premieres May 17 on Hulu!
This week, Lakeshore Records is thrilled to release present another round of prestige soundtrack offerings from critically-acclaimed film and TV productions such as the Legion Season 2 cover songs album, “It’s Always Blue: Songs From Legion” (music by Noah Hawley & Jeff Russo), Mr. Robot, Vol. 5 (score by Mac Quayle), Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich (score by Fabio Frizzi) and the vinyl album release of Star Trek: Discovery (score by Jeff Russo)! Scroll down to preview, listen and get more details! Which albums have you been dying to get your hands on?
Congratulations to Mac Quayle (“Mr Robot”), Rupert Gregson-Williams (“The Alienist“) and Adam Taylor (“The Handmaids Tale”) on their World Soundtrack Awards nominations for Best TV Composer of The Year!Lakeshore is thrilled to be the soundtrack partner on their releases for “Mr Robot” (USA Network), “The Alienist” (TNT) and “The Handmaid’s Tale” (Hulu), respectively. Scroll down for more on their scores.
The World Soundtrack Awards and Concert will take place on October 17 in Ghent, Belgium. Get tickets and information at World Soundtrack Awards online.
This week, we’re thrilled to release these highly-anticipated and long-awaited score releases from Jonny Greenwood (You Were Never Really Here), Lorne Balfe (“Marcella”), and an album coming soon from Rob Simonsen (Love, Simon)! See details below for purchase links and more.