“The Addams Family” is a luscious piece of macabre design. The characters have been computer-drawn so that they’re exceedingly close to the ones in Charles Addams’ original cartoons, and the film is full of keen visual details like Lurch’s ancient cracked fingernails, or Wednesday’s pigtails braided like hanging nooses, or the army of spiders that comes scuttling out of Morticia’s dress to form a bridge over the bottomless pit in the basement.- Variety
“The score combines non-western musical traditions with orchestral music to wildly creative effect.” – Bloody Disgusting
America’s favorite creepy and kooky family are back in this CG animated film! Co-directed by Greg Tiernan and Conrad Vernon (Sausage Party), the film features score by Academy Award Winner Mychael Danna (The Life of Pi, Little Miss Sunshine) and EMMY Nominee Jeff Danna (Alias Grace, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus). Their score, The Addams Family–Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is out now digitally on all major music services!
Graham Reynolds’ Where’d You Go, Bernadette score reunites his talents with Director Richard Linklater! Previously, their collaborations produced scores to film classics such as Before Midnight, A Scanner Darkly, Bernie and more. Lakeshore Records is thrilled to release Graham’s newest score, available now digitally worldwide, ahead of the film’s theatrical release. Keep reading to listen to the album.
Ahead of the Where’d You Go, Bernadette soundtrack release, Slash Film has an exclusive premiere of the track, “Storm Tossing” by the film’s composer, Graham Reynolds! This is the only place you can hear the track ahead of the soundtrack release. Lakeshore Records will release the album digitally on Friday, August 9, but you can pre-order and pre-save the album now. Graham’s recent release on Lakeshore includes the long-awaited A Scanner Darkly soundtrack vinyl, and the score to the documentary, Richard Linklater: Dream Is Destiny.
★★★★ “The snappy rhythm of Jamie Gross’ editing makes the girls’ adventure feel like it’s flying by to the infectious beats of Gorillaz’s Dan the Automator.” – Monica Castillo, RogerEbert.com
A New York Times Critic’s Pick film, Olivia Wilde’s coming-of-age comedy, Booksmart, opens in theaters everywhere! Featuring score by cult hip-hop producer Dan “The Automator” Nakamura (Deltron 3030, Handsome Boy Modeling School), the score album releases digitally worldwide on Lakeshore Records. Listen below!
Olivia Wilde’s highly-anticipated “hilarious, sharp, endearing” film (Joi Childs, /Film), Booksmart, opens in theaters everywhere this Friday, May 24! Ahead of the score album release also on Friday, Lakeshore Records is giving film music fans an advance peek at the forthcoming Various Artists album to be released on vinyl (an Urban Outfitters exclusive) and a listen to another score track by the film’s composer, Dan “The Automator” Nakamura entitled, “One Night Left”. Check out the exclusives now at Slash Film! See the track list and more below.