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John Bergin's Wednesday
27-Aug-2015 - Lakeshore Records will release the Wednesday companion soundtrack and score albums digitally on September 18, 2015.  Both albums feature contributions from various bands and guest performers. The soundtrack album contains original music from Daniel Davies (Year Long Disaster) and Geno Lenardo (Filter, Device), including the lead single ‘K So by Daniel Davies released earlier this year.  WEDNESDAY is written and illustrated by John Bergin (FROM INSIDE)“I love the concept of comic book soundtracks. Every comic book I’ve written or illustrated also included a suggested soundtrack in the index,” said Bergin.  “I can even say I may be the first person to score a comic! In the early 1990’s I wrote and recorded a score for The Crow graphic novel.” WEDNESDAY marks a stylistic change for Bergin, who is usually associated with dark and gloomy work.
Jeff Beal's House Of Cards - Season 3
26-Aug-2015 - Varèse Sarabande Records will release a two-CD House Of Cards: Season 3 – Original Netflix Series Soundtrack digitally on September 11 and on disc October 2, 2015. The soundtrack features original score composed by Jeff Beal (MONK, THE DOVEKEEPERS). The HOUSE OF CARDS season 1 and season 2 soundtracks are also available from Varèse Sarabande. Award-winning composer Jeff Beal scores HOUSE OF CARDS, the Emmy® and Golden Globe®-winning original series, starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright. The show debuted in February of 2013 as Netflix’s first original series, unprecedentedly releasing all 13 episodes of Season One at the same time, generating worldwide attention for the bold new approach to the television model.
John Schuermann's The Creep Behind The Camera
25-Aug-2015 - MovieScore Media continues its exploration of fascinating documentaries with the docudrama The Creep Behind The Camera, a shocking exposé written and directed by Pete Schuermann about notorious cult filmmaker Art J. Nelson. The music is by John Schuermann. Nelson wrote, produced, edited and starred in The Creeping Terror, a low-budget 1964 horror about a monster consuming teenagers. The worst horror of all times was plagued by dozens of production problems, most notoriously Art’s dishonest methods of obtaining financing that lead to the director’s disappearance from filmmaking. Schuermann’s film not only unearths what happened to the gonzo filmmaker, but presents his psychological issues that earned him the nickname “Creep.”
Michael Kamen's The Last Boy Scout
24-Aug-2015 - La-La Land Records and Warner Bros. present the world premiere release of Michael Kamen’s original motion picture score to the 1991 Warner Bros. action/thriller The Last Boy Scout. Composer Kamen reunites with producer Joel Silver to deliver another expertly-pitched score that bolsters and unifies the varied components of this unique Shane Black-penned gumshoe action/thriller/mystery, which has now achieved bonafide cult status. Noir-ish suspense, black comedy, violent action – Kamen’s score handles it all with aplomb, even as it cuts against the action/blockbuster grain with its soulful and understated motifs. This limited edition release of 3000 copies also contains Bonus Tracks, as well as the rousing faux-primetime-network-football anthem featured in the film, “Friday Night’s a Great Night for Football,” performed by Bill Medley. 
For more info and ordering, visit La-La Land Records.
Brad Fiedel's Let's Get Harry
22-Aug-2015 - The LP to CD subscription series will feature one CD soundtrack per month culled from Varèse Sarabande’s archives and available only to subscribers. Each album in the LP to CD series is chosen for its quality and archival value, with a new title being announced each month from June 2015 - May 2016. The individual CD's are authentically packaged in mini-LP replica jackets. This month's title in the LP to CD series is Let's Get Harry. Composer Brad Fiedel, known for his electronic sound for "The Terminator" films and "True Lies" delivers an electronic based guitar infused score with one of his most catchy themes ever. The only way to get LET'S GET HARRY is by joining the LP to CD subscription by September 14th. The next album in the series will be announced on September 15th!
For more info and subscription, visit Varèse Sarabande.
Pedro Bromfman's Narcos
21-Aug-2015 - Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack for the Netflix original series Narcos digitally on August 21st and on CD later this year. The album features the film’s original score by Pedro Bromfman and the main title theme song “Tuyo” by Brazilian artist Rodrigo Amarante. “Conceptually speaking, I had this idea that the music for NARCOS could be somewhat inspired by Sergio Leone’s westerns,” said Bromfman. “Colombia in the late 80’s and early 90’s reminded me of those towns you see in Westerns, dominated by a gang of outlaws. In those films, someone from out of town will usually come and help the locals defeat the bad guys. As people watch Narcos they’ll be able to see the parallels I drew, however in Colombia they had a much bigger and more complicated situation.”
Stephen Warbeck’s Je Te Survivrai
19-Aug-2015 - The latest release of MovieScore Media arrives from France and is provided by Academy Award winning composer Stephen Warbeck. Je Te Survivrai (I’ll Bury You) is about forty-something property broker Joe who is at the top of his game when it comes to his job, but is a failure in all other aspects of life. Still, the most despicable thing he does is his plan to expropriate and old lady, an idea which leads him down a pit where he could stop his victim’s water supply – the only problem is he can’t get back on the surface. Stephen Warbeck’s score is an eclectic mixture of Western-flavored twang, laid back jazz and contemporary Euro-thriller scoring for moments of great suspense. One of the strongest characters of the score is the desolate landscape represented by the guitar-based themes introduced in “The Angry Neighbour” and further shown in “In the Well”, showing us Joe’s hopeless situation of finding any help.
For more info and ordering, visit MovieScore Media.
Eric V. Hachikian/Peter Nashel's Marco Polo
12-Aug-2015 - Music on Vinyl has released the soundtrack of Marco Polo. The Netflix series Marco Polo is an American drama series about Marco Polo's early years in the court of Kublai Khan, the Khagan of the Mongolian Empire and the founder of the Yuan dynasty, which lasted from 1271–1368. The show premiered on Netflix in December 2014 and was written and created by John Fusco. The series stars Lorenzo Richelmy in the title role and is produced by The Weinstein Company. Early 2015, Marco Polo was renewed by Netflix for a 10-episode second season. The Marco Polo 2LP soundtrack is pressed on180 gram audiophile vinyl and packed in an attractive gatefold sleeve. The LPs contain music by Daniele Luppi, Peter Nashel, Eric V. Hachikian, Altan Urag, Batzorig Vaanchig and Zorigoo Battsooj.
The LP set is available from, Amazon UK, Amazon France and Amazon Germany.
Daniel Pemberton's The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
9-Aug-2015 - WaterTower Music has released the soundtrack to director Guy Ritchie’s action adventure The Man From U.N.C.L.E. It features original music composed by BAFTA-nominated composer Daniel Pemberton (LittleBigPlanet, The Movies, The Counselor), who took inspiration from Richie’s unique and inimitable style. With the film being set during the Cold War, Pemberton was allowed to musically explore the period while adding contemporary elements from around the world. The composer describes the score as a “kaleidoscope of international color,” with the sounds of cimbaloms, flutes, guitars, bongos, and more incorporated into the music. “Writing a score set in the 1960s was a dream come true for me. There is a boldness to the way music was written and recorded in this era that allowed me to go all in in a way that you can’t get away with in most contemporary films,” explains Pemberton.
Available from, Amazon UK, Amazon France and Amazon Germany.
Maurizio Malagnini's The Paradise
7-Aug-2015 - On 14th August Silva Screen Records will digitally release Maurizio Malagnini's score The Paradise Season Two. Episode 8 has received an Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score) for 2015. It's the story of a young woman who works in a department store and gets caught up in the charms of the modern world. Maurizio Malagnini is a composer based in London whose work spans drama, animation, and documentaries. His music has been broadcast internationally on the main European networks BBC ONE, BBC TWO, ITV, MTV, SKY, RAI. He has produced his scores for the Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra, the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, the BBC Concert Orchestra, L'Ensemble dell'Opera di Roma and his own ensemble, Cinema Paradiso.
For more info, visit Silva Screen Records.
Penka Kouneva's The Woman Astronaut
29-Jul-2015 - Varèse Sarabande has released digitally and on CD The Woman Astronaut, an original concept album, presented in a cinematic orchestral-electronica style, telling the story of the life journey of an astronaut: adolescence-homeland, young adult, and maturity. Penka Kouneva is a female composer living in Los Angeles who has worked for Hollywood's greatest composers on some of the biggest film scores. Her latest project is her most exciting adventure and it's all her own! THE WOMAN ASTRONAUT is an epic musical journey that explores the infinity of space and the reaches of the human experience itself -- ambition, perseverance, love and destiny. This unique album features a stunningly talented group of musicians, including some of the greatest soloists in Los Angeles.
Available from, Amazon UK, Amazon France and Amazon Germany.
Guy Farley's Maria di Nazaret
22-Jul-2015 - Caldera Records will present the original score for the television movie Maria Di Nazaret from 2012. The two part movie was a huge success in Italy as it recounts the story of Jesus’ mother Maria and accompanies her throughout the life of the son of God until his death on the cross. The music was written by British composer and conductor Guy Farley who delivers probably his most diverse score to date, featuring lush orchestral melodies for orchestra and choir as well as female vocals and solos for ethnic instruments, played by Tony Hinnigan. Additionally, included is another score by Farley: L’Uomo Che Sognava Con L’Aquile was written for an extensive Italian television production with Terence Hill. And finally a bonus cue with the much beloved track Reunited from the Jean Claude van Damme movie Wake Of Death which receives its premiere release here. For more info, visit Caldera Records.
Lalo Schifrin's Serial
21-Jul-2015 - Quartet Records and Paramount Pictures present a 2-CD set with the world premiere release of Serial, an infectious catchy score composed and conducted by legendary composer Lalo Schifrin, including the also catchy unused score composed by Kenny Ascher. Lalo Schifrin provided a stunning melodic score, dominated by the song “A Changing World,” with lyrics by Norman Gimbel and performed by Michael Johnson. This tune is the key theme of a score in which you can find disco seventies music, hippie sitar sounds, jazz waltzes, frantic orchestral chases or a beautiful love theme. A hidden gem in the filmography of the composer! Curiously, the Schifrin score was not the first choice for the film. Kenny Ascher composed and recorded first a score that was rejected. Ascher's music is charming and melodic. It is written in essentially the same style as Schifrin’s—in fact, both scores are perfectly interchangeable.
For more info and ordering, visit Quartet Records.
Richard Band's The House On Sorority Row
13-Jul-2015 - La-La Land Records presents acclaimed composer Richard Band’s original motion picture score to the beloved 1982 horror/thriller The House On Sorority Row. Considered by fans as one of the most beautiful indie horror music of its era, Mr. Band’s orchestral score is thematically rich and absolutely teaming with drama and suspense. Like Rosman’s film itself, the score sets its sights higher than most of the 80’s slashers the movie has often grouped with, and the result is a rewarding and sumptuous listen. Produced by Richard Band, this re-issue has been remastered by James Nelson and expanded with previously unreleased bonus tracks (this bonus material is sourced from mono elements). All-new and exclusive liner notes from Daniel Schweiger (featuring new comments from the composer and director), and classy-creepy art direction from David C. Fein compliment this exciting release.
For more info and ordering, visit La-La Land Records.
John Morris' Blazing Saddles
7-Jul-2015 - Silva Screen Records presents Blazing Saddles. A physical release of composer John Morris’ pitch-perfect score to Mel Brooks’ great Hollywood comedy, this 40th anniversary edition is the most complete version yet with 28 tracks that also incorporates some of the most hilarious dialogue from the film. This was Morris’ fourth film score and his third one for Brooks' movies (after The Producers and The Twelve Chairs). In collaboration with John Morris, Brooks skilfully also created a magnificent score that refined every possible musical cliche connected to westerns from swirling strings to choral refrains. Drawing upon Yiddish theatre and early vaudeville skits influences, Brooks produced a glorious, gag-packed parody of the western genre.
For more info and ordering, visit Silva Screen Records.
Stephen Warbeck’s Indian Summers
20-Jun-2015 - Silva Screen Records will release Indian Summers, Stephen Warbeck’s Indian influenced score, that captures the essence of the Channel 4's ten part multi-cultural drama. India, 1932. This ten part Sunday night drama hit for Channel 4 set in the British colony of Simla at the foot of the Himalayas, British colonial rule is coming to an end. The place is a hot bed of love, secrets, artists, intriguers, expats and both rich and poor. This multi-cultural drama grabbed audiences from episode one and has been renewed for a second series in 2016. Composer Stephen Warbeck is one of Britain’s most successful composers in film and television, winning the Academy Award in 1999 for Best Original Music with his exquisite score for Shakespeare In Love.
Available from Amazon UK, Amazon France, Amazon Germany and Silva Screen Records.
David Newman's 5 Flights Up
16-Jun-2015 - The latest release of MovieScore Media presents 5 Flights Up, a short but tender and emotionally charged score from David Newman, the composer of fan favorite animated hits Anastasia and Ice Age. Directed by Richard Loncraine, 5 Flights Up stars Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton as a long-time married couple who’ve spent their lives together in the same New York apartment. Due to the titular five flights of stairs, they decide to sell their home in Brooklyn and look for something less taxing on their health, but they eventually become overwhelmed by personal and real estate-related issues when they plan to move away. Apart from Newman’s brief but sweet score, the soundtrack also includes three songs, courtesy of Max Calo.
For more info, visit MovieScore Media.
James Horner’s Searching For Bobby Fischer
14-Jun-2015 - La-La Land Records, Paramount Pictures and WEA present a remastered and expanded re-issue of renowned composer James Horner’s original motion picture score to the acclaimed 1993 Paramount Pictures drama Searching For Bobby Fischer. This emotionally stirring score, rich with flowering themes and a strong dramatic foundation is regarded as one of this master composer’s finest works. This new release brings the score back in print and back to life, with an expanded and remastered presentation. Produced by Dan Goldwasser and mastered by James Nelson, this special release is limited to 3000 units and features bonus tracks, including alternates and album versions. Exclusive, in-depth liner notes from writer Brian Satterwhite takes you behind the music while Dan Goldwasser’s sharp art design makes all the right moves.
More info and ordering at La-La Land Records.

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25-May-2015 - Ilan Eshkeri's Shaun The Sheep Movie
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13-May-2015 - Luke Richards' The Gettysburg Address
13-May-2015 - Howard Shore's The Complete Hobbit & Lord Of The Rings Film Music Collection
29-Apr-2015 - Rob Simonsen's Westender
27-Apr-2015 - Anton Sanko's The Devil's Hand
18-Apr-2015 - Michael Brook's Jerusalem
15-Apr-2015 - Jeff Beal's The Dovekeepers
6-Apr-2015 - Marco Beltrami’s The Gunman
4-Apr-2015 - John Debney scores Broken Horses
3-Apr-2015 - Varèse Sarabande to release The Great Human Odyssey
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8-Mar-2015 - Hans Zimmer's Chappie
3-Mar-2015 - Benjamin Wallfisch’s Bhopal: A Prayer For Rain
1-Mar-2015 - Various artists Keep On Keepin' On
27-Feb-2015 - Lucas Vidal's Kidnapping Mr. Heineken
25-Feb-2015 - Michael Giacchino's Jupiter Ascending
24-Feb-2015 - Christophe Beck/Leo Birenberg's Red Army
22-Feb-2015 - And the Oscar goes to...
16-Feb-2015 - Andrew Powell's Ladyhawke
15-Feb-2015 - Panu Aaltio's The Island Of Secrets
2-Feb-2015 - Nathan Barr/Randy Edelman's The Boy Next Door
29-Jan-2015 - John Williams' Black Sunday
25-Jan-2015 - Bruno Nicolai's Don Giovanni In Sicilia
24-Jan-2015 - Milan to release Film Fest Gent's Cliff Martinez album
12-Jan-2015 - Donate now for a new Moonraker recording!! You can let this happen!
11-Jan-2015 - Golden Globes Award for The Theory Of Everything
2-Jan-2015 - Marco Beltrami's The Woman in Black 2 - Angel Of Death
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