Happy Valentine’s Day! Here’s Lakeshore’s picks of nine soundtracks to feel the love on this fine day. What are your favorite albums? From the Academy Award-nominated score, Moonlight, to the funky dreamed, “Love” on Netflix, to the romantic period drama, Brooklyn, we have a little of everything for every mood. Keep reading to download and add these soundtracks to your playlist!
This week, we welcome these new soundtrack releases from the realm of folk, synthwave, singer/songwriter and orchestral scores: American Folk (Ben Lovett), Videoman (Waveshaper & Robert Parker + Various Artists), Blind (Various Artists), and the forthcoming soundtrack, The Ritual (Ben Lovett)! Also out on vinyl are the sought-after albums, The Mountain Between Us (Ramin Djawadi) and The Lobster(Nick Cave feat. Kylie Minogue + Various Artists). See the full details below!
This week’s new soundtrack releases from Lakeshore Records including some sought-after digital and physical releases with pre-orders you can’t afford to miss! If you’re new to the soundtrack collectors world, then buckle up for a smorgasbord. See below to access links to buy and stream!
How are you celebrating the Fourth of July? Check out our July 4th soundtrack playlist on Spotify, featuring some of the best tracks from Lakeshore Records releases for this occasion. See track list below for album references!
This Is It, Rio! – Ian Arber – I Am Bolt (Original Motion Picture Score)
Drift And Fall Again (Kill the Noise Remix) – Madsonik, Lola Marsh – Criminal (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Closer – Tegan and Sara – GBF (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Too Hot – Hey Willpower – GBF (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
All The Colours of the Dark – Federale – The Bad Batch (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Firefly – Black Light Smoke -The Bad Batch (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Canned Heat – Jamiroquai – Napoleon Dynamite
Nap Store Video – John Swihart – Napoleon Dynamite
Dere Boyu Kavklar – Ulas Pakkan – Baskin (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Mountain City Anchor – Connor Scott – GirlHouse (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Red – Tom Schutzinger – RED (Original Short Film Soundtrack)
Capsize – Big Black Delta – Cavemen (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Sound of Your Scream – Brain & Melissa – from Underworld: Blood Wars (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Long Love – Lyle Workman – Love (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)
Chickenscratch – Mike Patton – Crank: High Voltage (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Here I Come – The Roots, Dice Raw, Malik B. – Superbad (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Theme From “The Nice Guys” – John Ottman & David Buckley – The Nice Guys (Original Motion Picture Score)
The Phone Rings – Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury – Free Fire (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Tuyo – Rodrigo Amarante – Narcos (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)
That’s When I Reach for My Revolver – Geno Lenardo & Nina Bergman – Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
On this edition of Throwback Thursday, we revisit one of our favorite film and soundtrack releases of 2016: the absurdist dystopian melodrama, Academy Award®-nominated The Lobster, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos (Dogtooth), and starring Colin Farrell (who received a Golden Globe® nom for his role) and Rachel Weisz. The Lobster film was the No. 2 Movie on Esquire Magazine’s25 Best Movies of 2016 year-end list! You might also note the soundtrack features a curated album of artists including a track by Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue.
Beethoven, Shostakovich and Stravinsky all put in prominent appearances, but the most evocative selection here may well be Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue’s morbid country-Gothic ballad “Where the Wild Roses Grow,” with its plaintive plea for unrestrained love: “Do you know where the wild roses grow, so sweet and scarlet and free?” – Variety
Expect to hear more from Nick Cave: together with Warren Ellis, they are releasing their score to War Machine (Netflix) out May 26 and Wind River, out this summer, both on Lakeshore Records. If you haven’t listened to The Lobster (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), preview the album below.