It’s Halloween month, y’all! Lakeshore Records kicks off this month of feattured horror soundtracks with their Trick or Treat At Home Spotify playlist, curated by Tony Giles of The Record Room podcast. Be sure you’re following the playlist to find out what new horror score cues and song tracks are added. What are some of your favorite horror soundtracks of all time? Listen below!
For the first time, Lakeshore Records has made our composer interview with Gary Numan available on Spotify! The electronic music pioneer sat down with Lakeshore back in 2014 to talk about his journey scoring John Bergin’s award-winning animated feature, From Inside (order DVD here)! Released in October of that year, the interview is the perfect Halloween mood enhancer.
Here’s what’s new out on Lakeshore Records this past week: I.T. (Score by Timothy Williams debuted on digital; and Raze (score by Frank Riggio)! Our Lakeshore Loves Vinyl playlist on Spotify is updated weekly, so don’t forget to check out the latest pick!
Which soundtrack will you download or stream this week? Let us know in the comments below.
What an exciting August for Lakeshore Records! Last week, we saw the release of Roque Banos’ score to Don’t Breathe, which was the #1 film of the weekend, and Mark isham’s score to Mechanic: Resurrection, also topping the weekend box office at #5! Preview each album below.
And for fans who love synthscore releases like Stranger Things (score by Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein of S U R V I V E), Halt And Catch Fire (score by Paul Haslinger) and Nerve (score by Rob Simonsen), follow our Synthwave playlist on Spotify! Plus, check out the latest addition to our Lakeshore Loves Vinyl playlist on Spotify: every album featured are available (or coming soon) on vinyl!
Which soundtracks are you planning to download, order or stream? Let us know in the comments below!
What’s out now on Lakeshore Records in the past week? Graham Reynold’s score to Richard Linklater: Dream Is Destiny, Giona Ostinelli’s score to Carnage Park and Andrew Hewitt’s score to The Stanford Prison Experiment. Our classic interview with Fall On Your Sword on their Lola Versus score debuts on Spotify, plus new selections have hit the Lakeshore Loves Vinyl playlist! Details below. Which soundtracks are you planning to download, order or stream?