This week, Lakeshore Records travels back into time and into outer space with the release of scores to Will Bates’ “Nightflyers“, the new George R.R. Martin Syfy Series, Adam Lastiwka’s Travelers Season 2, and Thomas Cappeau’s Commando Ninja (’80’s action film homage)! Also, we are thrilled to release Paul Saunderson’s score to Award Winning documentary, Three Identical Strangers! We’ve also snuck in a bonus goodie, so keep scrolling to uncover it!
Hailed the must-see sci-fi show on Netflix by Cinemablend, with Forbes deeming season 2 “bigger and better” than season 1, Travelersis certainly gathering high praise — and so is its soundtrack. – Hypable
The future is almost here! Ahead of the Travelers Season 2soundtrack release, listen to two cues by Adam Lastiwka now exclusively at Hypable! The album released by Lakeshore Records will be available worldwide on the same day as the Season 3 show premiere. If you need to catch up on past episodes, both Season 1 and 2 are now on Netflix. Until then, maintain Protocol 5.
This week, Lakeshore Records releases soundtracks from video game, film and television platforms! Featuring acclaimed composers and musicians such as Austin Wintory (Command & Conquer: Rivals) and Thomas Adès (New York Times Critic’s Pick Colette), to fan favorite new pre-orders, we hope you enjoy this new roster of releases!
The future is almost here! Fans of the Netflix hit series Travelers will be getting their hands on the sought after Season 2 soundtrack, featuring score by Series Composer, Adam Lastiwka! The album will be released digitally on December 14 via Lakeshore Records, the same day as the Season 3 premiere date on Netflix. So, until then, maintain Protocol 5!
Welcome back to the 21st century, sci-fi fans! Netflix’s hit series Travelers returns next month with Season 3! Starring Eric McCormack, Mackenzie Porter, Nesta Cooper, Jared Abrahamson and Patrick Gilmore, the beloved series created by Brad Wright follows surviving humans who discover how to send consciousness back through time into people of the 21st century, while attempting to change the path of humanity.
The series features score by Adam Lastiwka, who “tried to extrapolate what music would sound like in the future performed by a homogenized people who, while remaining musical, actually played traditional instruments incorrectly.” (The Annotator)