Lakeshore Records is thrilled to announce our partnership with THE RISE OF THE SYNTHS. We will be releasing a special companion album in support of the film!
The Rise of the Synths is an awesome feature documentary directed by Iván Castell and produced by Javier Moreno with an amazing team from Spain. The film is the definitive documentary about synthwave and ’80s retro and electronic music.
The filmmakers have just launched a campaign with some awesome rewards at IndieGogo. Check out their campaign here.
Lakeshore will be releasing a Rise of the Synths compilation album featuring many of your favorite synthwave artists. Through the month of November we will be announcing the bands who will be appearing on the companion album… Stay tuned for more info!
‘Synchronicity’ Soundtrack Is Out Now On Lakeshore Records! Download Here: [iTunes]
**Perfect Score Review**
This is without a doubt my first true love of 2016, a score that takes me back and on a journey through space and time. They don’t make scores like this anymore, seriously… – Soundtrack Geek
Synchronicity, directed by Jacob Gentry (The Signal) is available now on Blu-ray/DVD (get it here). Find out why critics love this “mind blowing” sci-fi film which pays homage to Blade Runner! Chat with director Jacob Gentry and co-stars Chad McKnight and Brianne Davis on Friday, May 13 (1 PM PDT / 4 PM PDT) on Reddit AMA (join here).
Magnet Releasing, a division of Magnolia Pictures, presents SYNCHRONICITY, available now on Blu-ray/DVD and on VOD (rent it on iTunes).
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Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is out now via Lakeshore Records. Preview the album below also featuring still from the Syfy television event, airing tonight at 9/8c and this Saturday (check local listings).
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Stargate Atlantis’ David Hewlett Collaborates With Longtime Friend Timothy Williams To Produce An Electronic Score Stemming From Orchestral Recordings
Fans of scifi now have a chance to win a copy of David Hewlett’s Debug movie on DVD, and it couldn’t be simpler! Just email Quiet Earth and tell them what is your favorite David Hewlett film. Get the details at Quiet Earth. If Director David Hewlett looks familiar, he is known for his roles in Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Splice, and TV’s Stargate: Atlantis, among others.
Preview the soundtrack below featuring score by Guardian of the Galaxy’s orchestrator, Timothy Williams! Released by Lakeshore Records, the electronic score demonstrates Timothy Williams’ versatile approach at film scoring: “I knew that the score was going to be primarily electronic, but I loved the idea of using an orchestra for its organic quality, and then mutilating the pristine recordings, through reversing, pitch shifting, filtering, unusual delays and falling reverbs.”
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If you’ve been following Halle Berry‘s career, then you know her new sci-fi series on CBS, Extant, is a natural progression from her work in Cloud Atlas. You’ll also know that Ms. Berry is no stranger to playing roles in thrillers. Lakeshore Records released the soundtrack to The Call, a film scored by John Debney (Walk of Shame, Draft Day) and stars Berry in a riveting role of a 911-dispatcher who decides to face her fears and go above and beyond her call of duty in order to save a young girl, played by Abigail Breslin (Perfect Sisters, Little Miss Sunshine). The bone-chilling score doesn’t let you lose that sense of uneasiness until the end.
Download The Album!
The Call (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack): iTunes | Buy CD
“The series, as we’ve known so far, will center on a female astronaut trying to reconnect with her family, when she returns home after a year on a solo mission in space; her arrival back on earth comes with the realization that she’s carrying what is likely an alien baby (or something).” (Read the full story at the Indie Wire blog).
Extant premieres tonight at 9/8C on CBS.
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