Endeavor Content and Lakeshore Records have released Tokyo Vice–Original Series Soundtrack, featuring score by GRAMMY-nominated composers Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans (“Ozark,” The Lodge, The One I Love). AV Club says the score “has a propulsive energy” and JoBlo says Toky Vice “has all of the elements of a solid feature film spread over a season’s worth of television” thanks to the aid of the “excellent musical score.” View the full album details below.
The HBO Max original crime drama from Endeavor Content and Japan’s WOWOW debuted the first three episodes on April 7 and will be followed by two episodes debuting each Thursday.
Coming April 7, 2022 to HBO Max is the highly-anticipated crime series, Tokyo Vice, starring Ken Watanabe and Ansel Elgort. Based on the 2009 memoir by Jake Adelstein, who spent 12 years as the only American reporter admitted to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Press Club. The series chronicles Adelstein’s first-hand experiences investigating the criminal underbelly of a neon-soaked Tokyo from the nineties to the early aughts. The series features score by EMMY®-nominated co-composers Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans (“Ozark”, The Lodge, The White Tiger). Watch the trailer below.
Ahead of the release of The White Tiger—Music From the Netflix Film, Lakeshore Records premieres “Which God,” by Saunder Jurriaans and Danny Bensi (“Ozark”). The strikingly eclectic score is a unique blend of eastern and western sounds, traditional Indian instruments such as the Dilruba and Santoor mix with western strings and piano, and all are anchored by traditional percussive instruments.
Lakeshore Records will release the album digitally on January 22. The Netflix film written for the screen and directed by Ramin Barhrani is in theaters now and streaming on Netflix January 22.
Dave Franco’s Airbnb horror film, The Rental, is the No. 1 weekend box office movie two weekends in a row! If you were among the many who got their fill of the suspense thriller, you might be interested in this recent podcast in which Franco spoke extensively about what inspired The Rental and how the ensemble cast made this one of the most talked-about films of the year. Keep reading for soundtrack listening links.
The delicate and fragile emotions of the music juxtaposed with the striking landscapes works wonders. – Film.Music.Media
I love to get lost in a score like this. The sweet melodies, the feeling of outer space, the mellow strings that still go deep, everything about this composition takes me out of time and sends me on a journey of self-discovery. – Soundtrack Dreams
Wildlike(Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is out now on Lakeshore Records! The album features score by Danny Bensi & Saunder Jurriaans (The One I Love, Last Days In The Desert) and is available digitally and on CD (get it here), and now on Spotify!
Directed by Frank Hall Green, Wildlike the movie has screened at over 175 film festivals and received over 55 Best Film and Audience Awards!