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  1. As many of the musicians we listen to or respect score various projects, post or discuss your favorites here. I just picked up this beautiful Mondo re-issue of John Harrison's classic Creepshow soundtrack, done completely on a Prophet and piano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAJMtClLbNM John Williams, of course Clint Mansell https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHCNtaf2ypY
  2. Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein present their original score for the Netflix series: Volume I - Aug. 12 (digital), Sep. 16 (CD) Volume II - Aug. 19 (digital), Sep. 23 (CD) http://io9.gizmodo.com/were-finally-going-to-get-that-stranger-things-soundtra-1785126939
  3. Something for those with with a musical taste for the arcane and esoteric. Jonny Trunk's ability to dig out the rarest dusty reels and DATs from the archives, basements and attics of the Radiophonic workshop's various entourage has turned up possibly his most unbelievable find yet. Delia Derbyshire and Elsa Stansfield's original electronic soundtrack to the avant-garde film Circle of Light: The Photography of Pamela Bone, directed by Anthony Roland. Circle of Light was premiered in 1972 and within three months was selected to represent Great Britain in the Art Film class at the Cork International Festival where it won first prize. Surprisingly for a film held in high regard, the nocturnal drones that Delia and Elsa produced to soundtrack it has never been commercially released before on vinyl. Believed to be Delia's longest surviving work, elements of her more esoteric workshop material bleed into the two compositions, Blue Veils & Golden Sand spectral tape loops glow in the midst and unravel a sinister edge to the soundtrack, while the second side's birds chirping casts a dreamlike haze that's both sedating and disorientating in the best way possible. Described by Chris Watson as "quite simply one of the best records I have ever heard..." and despite being over forty years old, the music really stands up and sounds incredibly current, the closest comparison we could offer would be if La Jetée starred Peter Capaldi as its main protagonist and was scored by PYE Corner Audio. Imagine that and you are half way there. https://bleep.com/release/74453-delia-derbyshire-and-elsa-stansfield-circle-of-light-original-electronic-soundtrack-recording
  4. The show may have petered out half way thru, but the music was solid throughout, thanks to excellent work by Shaheed Muhammad of A Tribe Called Quest. The digital release features the full score plus the Method Man single, and a few R&B classics they were able to license, but not all of the pop artists. The 180g double yellow vinyl is being released by Mondo Tees, it will probly just be the score. Recommended for beat heads, fans of 70s soul / funk and blacksploitation films. https://itun.es/us/_oYmfb https://mondotees.com/products/luke-cage-original-soundtrack-2xlp-pre-order?mc_cid=e5a7e99e39&mc_eid=cdcb6d1f62
  5. US Tiger Lab pre-order link: http://tigerlabvinyl.bigcartel.com/product/perfect-blue-limited-edition-lp-pre-order If you're an England dude, you can order from Zavvi and get an exclusive-to-Zavvi clear edition: http://www.zavvi.com/merch-vinyl/perfect-blue-ost-vinyl-zavvi-exclusive-clear-vinyl-limited-to-500-copies-only/11322043.html For fans of Satoshi Kon's eerie first movie, a vinyl edition of the OST (exluding jpop songs I believe) will be coming out in October. If you're a fan of the Akira soundtrack, there's a bunch of similar sounding tunes on here, along with some creepier sounds. [sc5]274249584[/sc5] Kinda sad I don't get the blue version but at least I'm getting it without eighty dollar shipping.
  6. One of Liverpool's most authentic and original events is back! Specialising in "food buffets" (trademark of the event is the homemade Lasagnes) and top quality electronic/experimental music, all for a bargain £3 which includes the free buffet! For the special occasion an amazing line up of international and local acts, and Jacques' premiere of his new composition "Organ Works" (Variations for Electone HS-6)* live acts: PANORAM (Rome, Italy) http://soundcloud.com/panoram/ ” ...sounds like a painting by Edward Hopper hanged in the living room of Bill Pullman and Patricia Arquette in Lost Highway ” GULFFIRE a.k.a S>>D (Belfast, Uk) http://soundcloud.com/gulffire1 You flew the Gulffire over Leningrad, you know how to get in quiet, you're all I've got TOM KNAPP (Leeds, Uk) http://www.icasea.net/ 100% hardware semi improvised techno noise bass mutation across bpms, mixed in real time and unique to the event, sound system and space KEPLA (Liverpool, Uk) http://www.deephedonia.com/ Debut performance - ex-demo synth and sampler hybrid aiming for dance-not-dance jamming. Partially improvised, fully astronomic and various selections from Upitup Dj's. Event & Food start at 6pm, please come down early cause food is subject to availability (when its gone, its gone!), the space will also feature an exhibition by Becky Jonhson. venue: DROP the Dumbells, Slater Street, L1 4BX, Liverpool facebook: http://www.facebook....60422050765099/ resident advisor: http://www.residenta...ent.aspx?414261 *visual show by General Midi
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