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Lakeshore edita en formato digital "Legion: Season 2" de Jeff Russo

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Lakeshore edita la música de Alex Heffes para "Pickpockets: Maestros del robo"

Aspiring teen thieves learn what it takes to be successful pickpockets on the streets of Bogotá from a master in the arts of trickery and deception.
Golden Globe nominated composer Alex Heffes is known for his scores to award-winning films such as THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND, STATE OF PLAY and MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM. It was his scores to Kevin Macdonald’s Academy Award-winning films ONE DAY IN SEPTEMBERTHE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND and BAFTA-winning Touching The Void that first brought him to international attention. Alongside his long collaboration with Macdonald he has worked with many of cinema’s top filmmakers such as Stephen Frears (THE PROGRAM), Mira Nair (QUEEN OF KATWE), Peter Webber (EMPEROR), Catherine Hardwicke (THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND) and J.J. Abrams (on the Stephen King mini series 11.22.63.). His score to the 8 hour event miniseries Roots premiered in 2016 on History, A&E Network and Lifetime receiving widespread critical acclaim and winning Alex the Hollywood Music in Media award for best TV score.
Alex’s versatility has led to scoring across a vast range of movie genres from Charles Ferguson’s Academy Award-winning Inside Job to the New Line horror film THE RITE and Mikael Hafstrom’s action thriller ESCAPE PLAN starring Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. He collaborated with director Tim Burton on his screen adaptation of SWEENEY TODD. His score to Justin Chadwick’s film BOY was featured at the opening ceremony of the Olympic velodrome at the 2012 London Olympics.
Alex was nominated for a Golden Globe for his score to Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. He received a BAFTA nomination for the HBO drama TSUNAMI: THE AFTERMATH and in 2011 was awarded Discovery Of The Year by the World Soundtrack Academy. In 2012 Alex won the Ivor Novello Award for best film score of the year forTHE FIRST GRADER and in 2016 he was invited to become a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Recent work includes Disney’s feature film QUEEN OF KATWE, the Idris Elba thriller THE TAKE and the Netflix hit series BLACK MIRROR. Upcoming for Heffes is the BBC feature documentary EARTH: ONE AMAZING DAYnarrated by Robert Redford, and THE ELEPHANT QUEEN and Peter Webber’s Columbian dramaPICKPOCKETS.
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Lakeshore Records edita en formato digital "The sinner" de Ronit Kirchman

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Lakeshore edita la música de Scott McRae y Ryan Rapsys para "Little Pink House"

Little Pink House stars two-time Academy Award nominee Catherine Keener (Get Out, Capote, The 40-Year-Old Virgin), Emmy nominee Jeanne Tripplehorn (Big Love, The Firm, Grey Gardens), and Callum Keith Rennie (Fifty Shades of Gray, Warcraft: The Beginning, Memento). The screenplay is adapted from Jeff Benedict’s book, Little Pink House: A True Story of Defiance and Courage. Little Pink House also features an original song by two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee David Crosby entitled "Home Free."
Based on a true story, a small-town EMT named Susette Kelo (Catherine Keener) leaves a bad marriage, and starts over in a new town. She buys a rundown cottage in New London, Connecticut, refurbishes it with her bare hands, paints it pink, meets a great guy (Callum Keith Rennie), and exhales. Then she discovers powerful politicians are bent on bulldozing her blue-collar neighborhood to make way for condos and office buildings designed to benefit the new corporate headquarters of pharmaceutical giant, Pfizer. (Execs are eager to expand their facilities because they have high hopes for a soon-to-be-released drug called Viagra).
The redevelopment effort is spearheaded by Dr. Charlotte Wells (Jeanne Tripplehorn)—ambitious and accomplished, she’s the closest thing the gritty town has to a celebrity. With the help of a young lawyer named Scott Bullock (Giacomo Baessato), Susette emerges as the reluctant leader of her neighbors in an epic battle that goes all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, inspires a nation, and helps millions of Americans protect their homes.
Originally from Virginia, where he started composing music at age 12, Scott has lived in the Los Angeles area working in the music industry since 2000 as a composer, arranger, orchestrator, and supervising copyist. In 2014, he was nominated by the Madrid International Film Festival for "Best Music in Film" for his score to The Box. He has contributed his musical skills and talents to such projects as Gone Girl, The Pursuit of Happyness, Rush Hour 3, After the Sunset, Cold Mountain, and many others.
Scott co-produced and arranged music for two Christmas albums, Christmas Fantastique and A Flute Tootin' Yule, and also founded Janen Music with Todd Hayen, which provides quality music preparation services for film, television, sound recording and live performance, and also rents music to orchestras for concert performances internationally.
Ryan Rapsys is a Los Angeles-based film composer and electronic music producer. Rapsys scored the film Little Pink House, starring Oscar-nominated actress Catherine Keener and Emmy-nominated actress Jeanne Tripplehorn. Ryan Rapsys also scored the documentary Can We Take A Joke?, featuring Gilbert Gottfried, Penn Jillette and Adam Carolla.
Rapsys has composed music for numerous award-winning feature films and short films, documentaries, theatrical productions and commercial projects. Rapsys's music has been used in Dateline NBC and Today Show, among many others. Ryan Rapsys mixes elements of classical, experimental, ambient and electronic music to create unique, hybrid compositions that focus on very specific and subtle emotions.
Ryan Rapsys owns and operates Total Music Metadata, a music service business which catalogs, edits and optimizes music tracks for licensing. Ryan Rapsys has also released electronic music under the aliases Transistorface, Microquasar and Pineriver. Rapsys also composes classical concert music. Ryan Rapsys lives with his wife Christine Rapsys, son Tristan and dog Lily in the Los Angeles suburb of Santa Clarita.
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Lakeshore edita "The Titan" de Fil Eisler

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Lakeshore edita la música de Evgueni Galperine y Sacha Galperine para "Paterno"

Lakeshore Records will release PATERNO - Original HBO Films digitally on April 27, 2018. The album features original music by composers Evgueni Galperine and Sacha Galperine (LOVELESS, THE WIZARD OF LIES).
PATERNO centers on Penn State’s Joe Paterno in the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal. After becoming the winningest coach in college football history, Paterno’s legacy is challenged and he is forced to face questions of institutional failure in regard to the victims. Academy Award and Emmy® Award winner Al Pacino stars in the film’s title role. PATERNO is Pacino’s third HBO collaboration with award-winning director Barry Levinson, having starred in YOU DON’T KNOW JACK, which earned Pacino a Golden Globe® for Best Actor, an Emmy® for acting and Levinson an Emmy® nomination for directing. Pacino also starred in the title role in HBO’s Phil Spector, which Levinson executive produced.
Evgueni and Sacha Galperine, who also composed the music for THE WIZARD OF LIES, were very aware of complex undertaking of this story. “Barry [Levinson] told us that he would like to have an emotional score to reveal Joe Paterno's complex feelings but at same time he wanted to avoid playing to compassion or pity,” said composer Evgueni Galperine. “His idea was to make people understand Joe, try to imagine what they would do in his place, but in no way did Barry want the score to entice the audience to pardon Paterno.”
Sacha Galperine continued, “Our mission was to use the score to reveal Paterno's emotional and psychological journey starting with denial and fear and finishing with the understanding, guilt and profound remorse.”
The composers achieved this using organic instruments manipulated in unorthodox ways.  “Unlike some other of our work, we concentrated on classical, orchestral instruments but used in an unusual way, impossible to play in real life musicians but made possible by samples programming,” Evgueni described.  This can be heard in the tracks ‘A Quiet Storm’ or ‘The Riot.’  “When complex articulation techniques are played very fast. It creates an interesting effect, like if we were listening to a superhuman orchestra,” Sacha explained.
Brothers Evgueni and Sacha Galperine relocated to France, from their native Russia in 1990, to complete the classical music training they’d begun in Moscow.  Soon after arriving in Paris, Evgueni was drawn to composing film scores while still studying symphonic composition and electro-acoustic music at the National Conservatory (CNSM) in Paris. Sacha turned to rock and electronic music after receiving a first prize for violin performance at the Conservatory of Versailles.
Evgueni and Sacha Galperine are equally at ease and focused on storytelling, whether working on independent films—over a dozen in Europe and Asia— mass-market films, or contributing music to blockbusters like M. Night Shyamalan’s SPLIT, and Garry Ross’ THE HUNGER GAMES.  Their international credits include Luc Besson’s THE FAMILY, Asghar Farhadi’s THE PAST, Eric Lartigau’s LA FAMILLE BÉLIER, Alix Delaporte’s LE DERNIER COUP DE MARTEAU (official selection at the Venice IFF), Nicolas Provost ‘s THE INVADER (Best Music award at Ghent Film Festival), Yilmas Arslan’s BRUDERMORD, and Jiang Wenli’s LAN.
Their recent credits include the HBO Films Original THE WIZARD OF LIES, starring Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer, directed by Barry Levinson, the acclaimed French TV series LE BARON NOIR, and Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Academy Award®-nominated film, LOVELESS. Evgueni and Sacha were honored as European Composer of the Year by the EFA for their score for LOVELESS. Upcoming projects include RADIOACTIVE, directed by Marjane Satrapi starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Rosamund Pike, and Aneurin Barnard.
PATERNO premiered April 7, 2018 on HBO. Lakeshore Records will release PATERNO - Original HBO Films Soundtrack digitally on April 27, 2018.
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Lakeshore edita digitalmente el score de Andrew Lockington para "Rampage"

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Lakeshore edita el 1 de junio la música de Christopher Lennertz para la serie "Perdidos en el espacio"

Lakeshore Records will release LOST IN SPACE - Netflix Original Series Soundtrackdigitally April 13, 2018 with a CD release forthcoming. The album features original music by composer Christopher Lennertz (RIDE ALONG, MEDAL OF HONOR, MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER).
Produced by Legendary Television, LOST IN SPACE is a Netflix Original dramatic and modern reimagining of the classic 1960’s science fiction series. Set 30 years in the future, colonization in space is now a reality, and the Robinson family is among those tested and selected to make a new life for themselves in a better world. But when the new colonists find themselves abruptly torn off course en route to their new home they must forge new alliances and work together to survive in a dangerous alien environment, lightyears from their original destination.
“When we were approaching the score for Lost In Space we knew there was a certain feeling we wanted to create for the viewers,” said Executive Producer Zack Estrin. “Following in the footsteps of the magnificent John Williams, who composed the original iconic series theme, Christopher Lennertz brought to us a vision that fit perfectly. It is full of triumphant brass and soaring strings, where orchestral melody and percussion dance seamlessly from edge of your seat thrills to simple moments of raw emotion.”
Lennertz was excited to be the sound of this relaunch of a classic American franchise. “Zack and all the producers wanted the musical language of the title sequence to set up the score for the rest of the story, and hopefully we did just that,” Lennertz explained.  “It’s a big story with family and adventure at the very heart. I tried to be grand and heroic, with a nod to exploration, and a hint of nostalgia. I hope it resonates with fans of the show, both old and new!”
LOST IN SPACE stars Toby Stephens (Black Sails, Die Another Day) as John Robinson, and Molly Parker (House of Cards, Deadwood) as Maureen Robinson. As the Robinson kids, Taylor Russell (Falling Skies) is the strong-willed and confident Judy, Mina Sundwall (Maggie’s Plan, Freeheld) is the quick-witted and definitive middle-child Penny, and Max Jenkins (Sense8, Betrayal) is the curious and sensitive Will Robinson. Stranded along with the Robinsons are two outsiders who find themselves thrown together by circumstance and a mutual knack for deception, the unsettlingly charismatic Dr. Smith played by Parker Posey (Café Society, Mascots, A Mighty Wind) and the inadvertently charming Don West, played by Ignacio Serricchio (Bones, The Wedding Ringer).
Lennertz’s favorite sequence in the pilot is featured in the track “Will and Robot”.  The scene is “where Will and the robot not only meet, but form a true bond in the midst of a harrowing adventure. Zack wanted it to play both the wonder of the situation and the danger of the robot,” Lennertz described.  “It was such a treat to write a long cue like the classic sci-fi that I grew up with, where an entire relationship shifts over the course of the piece and Will’s emotion soars on top of the action and danger underneath. I really put myself in the mind of my 12 year-old self and tried to write it from the point of view.”
“Much like the Robinsons themselves, there's an underlying sense of hope to the music,” said Estrin. “It's a sonic rollercoaster full of fun and heart -- and more than a few moments that make you want to raise your arms and cheer.”
One can’t address LOST IN SPACE without addressing John Williams’ original main title theme.  “From the beginning, the producers wanted a classic main title sequence to play during at least some of the episodes,” said Lennertz. “I wanted to tease the show’s premise with a hint of the Alpha Centauri program theme, then a full statement of the new LOST IN SPACE theme, followed by a triumphant finish that showcased now legendary composer John Williams’ original theme from season 3 that people are so familiar with. It was such an honor to be able to incorporate such a classic melody from the man who made me fall in love with film music from the very beginning.”
LOST IN SPACE premieres April 13, 2018 on Netflix. Lakeshore Records will release LOST IN SPACE - Netflix Original Series Soundtrack digitally April 13, 2018 with a CD release forthcoming.
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Lakeshore edita la música de Gary Lionelli para el documental "The Newspaperman: The Life and Times of Ben Bradlee"

Sometimes referred to as the country’s “most dangerous editor,” Washington Post executive editor Ben Bradlee was largely credited with taking down President Richard Nixon in 1974 after the Post broke the Watergate story, exposing the largest political scandal in American history.
Told primarily in his own words, The Newspaperman: The Life and Times of Ben Bradlee is an intimate portrait of this formidable man, tracing his remarkable ascent from a young Boston boy stricken with polio to the one of the most pioneering and consequential journalistic figures of the 20th century.
Three-time Emmy-winning composer Gary Lionelli received a 2017 Primetime Emmy Nomination for his epic score for the 2017 Academy Award winning film "O.J.: Made in America," directed by Ezra Edelman. Gary Lionelli's intensely dramatic melodies and textures set the perfect tone for this haunting saga, depicting the rise and fall of O.J. Simpson from football legend to murder suspect.

In addition to "O.J.: Made in America," Gary Lionelli has captured the attention of the film and television industry with his unforgettable compositions for director Rory Kennedy's 2015 Academy Award nominated film "Last Days in Vietnam" and HBO's dramatic series "LUCK," helmed by Michael Mann and David Milch and starring Dustin Hoffman.

In addition to working with live orchestra, Lionelli performs on his scores with a large variety of acoustic instruments he has in his collection--from a grand piano, marimba, harp, vibraphone, cello, violin, guitars, and percussion, to some very odd instruments such as the Array Mbira, a GuitarViol, a Guitaret, a keyboard blown flute, a cumbus, hang drums, and many more. Lionelli likes to use these real instruments almost exclusively over digitally generated electronic samples played on a keyboard.
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Lakeshore edita "Cover versions" de Raney Shokne

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Lakeshore edita "7 days in Entebbe" de Rodrigo Amarante

Lakeshore Records will release 7 DAYS IN ENTEBBE – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack digitally on April 6, 2018 and on CD shortly thereafter. The album features original music by Brazilian composer/singer-songwriter Rodrigo Amarante (“Tuyo” from Narcos).
A shocking act of terrorism leads to one of the most daring hostage rescue missions ever attempted in 7 DAYS IN ENTEBBE, a riveting thriller inspired by true events. In the summer of 1976, an Air France jet traveling from Tel Aviv to Paris is hijacked in midair by two Palestinians and two left-wing German radicals. When the plane is diverted to an abandoned terminal at Entebbe Airport in Uganda, the terrified passengers become bargaining chips in a deadly political standoff. As the likelihood of finding a diplomatic solution fades, the Israeli government sets in motion an extraordinary plan to free the hostages before time runs out. Combining vivid historical details with pulse-quickening suspense, 7 DAYS IN ENTEBBE is a powerful depiction of an international crisis that stunned the world.
7 DAYS IN ENTEBBE is Amarante’s first film score. In his words:
“There are two aspects of this story that I found useful to reflect in the score: one is that politics, no matter the scale nor the morals, is a tribal affair and as such it is filled with conspiracy and biased perspectives, prone to one sided views of the outside, especially of one’s enemy. For that effect I used more rhythm than melody mixing 70s German Experimental music sounds and feel with Middle Eastern and African flavors. 
The other aspect is the tragedy of lack of dialogue and consequent lack of perspective between opposing sides but most importantly, the lack of opinions expressed or accepted within each of these sides which is what leads to it.  To hint at that sense of consensus, or narrow focus, I had the orchestra play a cyclical and stern melody in unison (that is when all instruments play the same notes without any harmony added), in the low register which makes for a grave hum that seems to leave a lot of space around it but suffocates any attempt of dissonance with its concentration of power; it accepts only consonant additions, it represents a unilateral voice. As tragedy becomes imminent, voices start to untangle from the unison mass and emerge; the orchestra unfolds as harmonies and dissonances sing out of it.” 
Participant Media presents, a Working Title Films production, 7 DAYS IN ENTEBBE currently in theaters. Lakeshore Records will release 7 DAYS IN ENTEBBE -- Original Motion Picture Soundtrack digitally April 6, 2018 and on CD shortly thereafter.
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Lakeshore edita en CD en mayo "Star Trek: Discovery - Chapter 2" de Jeff Russo

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Lakeshore edita en formato digital la música de Elia Cmiral para "Lacrimosa"

Records DK recently released the LACRIMOSA – Original Soundtrack. The album features original music by composer Elia Cmiral (Ronin, Splinter) and performances by panflute master Gheorghe Zamfir.  Cmiral has received numerous accolades for his work on LACRIMOSA, including Honorable Mention for Original Score at the Top Shorts Film Festival and Best Film Soundtrack at the Calcutta International Cult Film Festival.
 “The director and I wanted some unusual, haunting sound for the solo instrument and Master Zamfir’s beautiful, delicate and sensual tone perfectly matches what I had imagine for the score,” said Cmiral. “The haunting and sensual sound of the pan flute is the tone and character for the whole film, longing, emotional.”
In the short film LACRIMOSA, the young girl Mila wakes up in an unknown world full of mysteries. On her journey through ever changing surreal landscapes she meets her lover Theo. Mila has to learn that love also means to let go.
LACRIMOSA is only 17 minutes long and I felt I need to set a tone and bring the right voice to the whole movie from the very first frame,” said Cmiral.  “The score is written in a very traditional, classical way using acoustic instruments, pan flute, bass flute, piano, harp, organ and a small string ensemble. I think to find the pan flute as a main sound for the score for a short art film is a bit unusual.”
Born in Czechoslovakia, Elia Cmiral is the son of an actress and a theater director, and grandson of one of Antonin Dvorak’s pupils. A multi instrumentalist, Cmiral attended the Prague Music Conservatory, where he studied composition and double bass. Elia's first scoring opportunity came with his father's production of "Cyrano de Bergerac." From this experience he discovered his passion for writing for the stage.
By the early 80's, Cmiral had moved to Sweden. Throughout his time there he wrote scores for several European films, TV and three ballets. In 1989, he moved to America for USC's Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television program. His year at USC culminated with the scoring of his first American feature, "Apartment Zero” starring Colin Firth.
Over the next decade, Elia continued building a reputation for himself in Sweden and in America. His musical style combines contemporary electronica with the modern orchestra, joining cutting edge technology and production with evocative and haunting melodic themes. Elia scored the first season of Don Johnson ‘s TV series “Nash Bridges” and his first studio feature, John Frankenheimer’s suspense thriller “Ronin”, which earned him the Movieline Young Hollywood Award for Best Soundtrack of 1998, won International Film Music Critics award for Breakthrough Film Composer of the Year. As well as was nominated for the Best Original Score for an Action Film.
To the date Elia has written nearly sixty scores for independent films, TV and major studios including "Stigmata", trilogy "Pulse", "Wrong Turn", "Journey to the End of the Night", "The Deaths of Ian Stone" produced by Stan Winston.  For this score for “Splinter” a cutting edge horror film with stunning visuals, directed by Toby Wilkins Elia received the Best Score award at the Screamfest '08 film festival in Los Angeles, and for his work on "Lost Boys" – The Thirst, he was nominated for the Golden Reel.
Elia worked with Czech director Juraj Herz on the score for the German/Czech produced film "Habermann". The movie is a WWII drama based on a true story, the movie won the top price at the 7th “Jewish Eye” Film Festival in Ashkelon, Israel. Other projects included a rock score for "Spec Ops: The Line", a video game by German-based developer Yeager and 2K. Elia also composed part of a movement in collaboration between twenty-four Hollywood composers, "A Symphony of Hope”, which is on sale to benefit victims of the Haiti earthquake disaster. Elia wrote and epic orchestral scores for "Atlas Shrugged Part 1" and 3, based on Ayn Rand’s novel.
During 2016 Elia released an album with arrangements for piano trio based on his film scores ("Ronin", "Apartment Zero", "Habermann" and "Atlas Shrugged Part 1"). Additionally, he wrote a score for a short art movie "Lacrimosa" for the Austrian director Tanja Mairitsch, the score features panflute virtuoso, Zamfir. This score was awarded as well as nominated at a number of different international festivals.
Besides, Elia wrote the score for three different films; a hybrid score for the action/thriller film "Armed Response" starring Wesley Snipes; a drama set in 1920 at Hawaii "Jo the Medicine Runner" starring Matt Dillon. Elia also reteamed with the director Mark Young on their fourth collaboration for the thriller/horror "Feral".
Currently Elia is working on a large concert suite for orchestra and panflute, this work is dedicated to Master Zamfir.
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Lakehsore edita digitalmente "Stella Blómkvist" de Helgi Sæmundur

Heida Reed (“Poldark”) stars as quick-witted lawyer Stella Blómkvist, in this stylish neo-noir crime drama that’s as sexy as it is dangerous.
Stella Blómkvist is not your typical lawyer. Smart and ruthless, with a dark past, a fluid sexuality and a taste for whiskey and easy money, Stella takes on cases that always lead to danger; and the only thing she likes about rules is breaking them, or using them to break her opponents.
Her moral flexibility and sympathy for the underdog ensures that she is always the right person in the wrong place at the worst possible time.
Her investigations in Season One include the murder of young woman Halla, an assistant to the Prime Minister of Iceland. When Stella has to represent Sæmi, who was found standing over the body covered in blood, everyone is convinced it’s an open-and-shut case.
But the more she investigates, the murkier it all becomes. Secrets are uncovered that powerful people want to keep hidden, and before it’s over, a seedy trail of sex, murder and blackmail leads Stella into a twisted maze of ruthless corruption at the very heart of government itself.
Based on the best-selling crime novels, “Stella Blómkvist” stars Heida Reed (“Poldark”, “Silent Witness”), and is directed by Óskar Thór Axelsson (“Trapped”, “Black’s Game”).
Helgi Sæmundur is an Icelandic composer and producer. He is currently based in Reykjavík but will relocate to Los Angeles as of September 2018. His works have attracted a lot of attention in the Icelandic music scene for the past decade, writing and producing original works and contributions for artists in various genres. He first gained major public recognition as a vocalist and producer of hip hop duo Úlfur Úlfur in 2011. Their hard hitting, synthesizer driven music has ranked high on the national top charts for years and recently it has been charting across Europe following their past tours.
Helgi’s interest in film composing first arouse after discovering Cliff Martinez’s score in the film Drive. His fascination grew after hearing Disasterpeace’s music in It Follows and SURVIVE!’s Stranger Things. In 2017 Helgi got offered his first film scoring job, a six episode scandi-noir show called Stella Blómkvist, produced by Sagafilm in collaboration with Red Arrow Entertainment and released by Viaplay.
Following his interest in synth driven film scores, Helgi is currently working on his debut solo album, which is heavily influenced by the 80’s new wave and the modern synthwave. The full-length album will be released in the fall of 2018.
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Lakeshore edita digitalmente "Lowlife" de Kreng

What happens when you throw together a fallen Mexican wrestler with serious rage issues, a just-out-of-prison ex-con with a regrettable face tattoo, and a recovering junkie motel owner in search of a kidney? That’s the premise of the berserk, blood-spattered, and wickedly entertaining feature debut from Ryan Prows. Set amidst the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles, Lowlife zigzags back and forth in time as it charts how fate—and a ruthless crime boss—connects three down-and-out reprobates mixed up in an organ harvesting scheme that goes from bad to worse to off-the-rails insane. Careening from savagely funny to just plain savage to unexpectedly heartfelt, this audacious thriller serves up nonstop adrenaline alongside hard-hitting commentary about the state of contemporary America.
Pepijn Caudron (aka Kreng) was raised in Belgium by a musical family. His mother played violin and his father played guitar.  When he was twelve he followed their lead and began singing and drumming in several local bands, some touring the Belgian club circuit extensively a few years later. By fifteen he started experimenting with 4-track recorders and sampling. A growing interest in 20th century classical music gradually infused his work with a more theatrical feel. Kreng entered the Kunsthumaniora Brussels (an art school for aspiring actors and dancers) in 1992 and graduated cum laude. From that time until 2004 he worked primarily as an actor in theater, film and television.
After attending a performance by the Belgian surrealist horror-theatre company Abattoir Fermé, Kreng approached artistic director Stef Lernous and was hired to score their next performance. Since 2004, Kreng and Abattoir Fermé have collaborated on more than thirty plays, most of which feature little or no dialogue allowing the music to become an extra character that drives the narrative. By 2014, he has more than fifty stage performance soundtrack credits to his name. 
Kreng’s peculiar world of sound also drew attention from the Norwegian record label Miasmah which approached him to release music from his soundtracks for theatre. This resulted in the critically acclaimed album L’Autopsie Phénoménale de Dieu (2009), Grimoire (2011), and the lavishly designed retrospective compilation box Works For Abattoir Fermé 2007-2011 (2012).  In 2013 the 7" vinyl ... And Then in The Morning was released by the Berlin-based label Sonic Pieces. The Summoner (2015), his most personal record to date, was created around the Kübler-Ross model of the five stages of grief.  After more than a decade of stage related work, Kreng returned to his lifelong passion for film soundtracks and was introduced to international audiences with the 2014 film COOTIES.  His second score, for the feature film CAMINP, premiered in September 2016 at Fantastic Fest in Austin, TX, and was released by Lakeshore Records.
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Lakeshore edita "My friend Dahmer" de Andrew Hollander

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Jeffrey Dahmer murdered 17 men and boys in the American Midwest, becoming one of history’s most infamous serial killers. This is the story before that story. Jeff (Disney Channel’s Ross Lynch) is an awkward teenager struggling to make it through high school with a family life in ruins. His bizarre behavior at school attracts unexpected friends, a group of band-nerds who form The Dahmer Fan Club, headed by Derf Backderf (Alex Wolff, “Patriots Day”). But as they near graduation, Jeff’s depravity continues to take hold, and he spirals further out of control. Based on Backderf’s critically acclaimed 2012 graphic novel and written for the screen and directed by Marc Meyers, MY FRIEND DAHMER is the haunting, sad, funny, true story of Jeffrey Dahmer in high school.
Andrew Hollander is a film composer, songwriter, and record producer. Named one of The Hollywood Reporter's "Composers On The Verge Of The A-List”, Andrew Hollander is a uniquely gifted film composer, songwriter and producer. He has composed scores for many award-winning films, including Adrienne Shelly’s Waitress (Fox Searchlight) starring Keri Russell and Cheryl Hines. In addition to composing the score, he and Shelly co-wrote Baby Don't You Cry (The Pie Song), both of which were short-listed for the Academy Award. A breakout hit of the Sundance Film Festival, Waitress is one of the highest grossing independent films in history. Hollander also composed the score for Mike Birbiglia’s critically-acclaimed and Sundance Audience Award-winning film Sleepwalk With Me and My Friend Dahmer, starring Anne Heche and Dallas Roberts. One of the best-reviewed films of 2017, Variety called My Friend Dammer "disturbingly compelling and original: a humanizing dissection of teen psychosis" while Rolling Stone declared it “a warped wonder of a movie”. The Hollywood Reporter praised Hollander’s score saying it “deepened the sense of dread” in a film that is “one of the most disturbing coming-of-age features in recent memory” and “an experience not easily shaken”. On the lighter side, Hollander scored the HBO Emmy award-winning series A Child's Garden of Poetry and co-wrote and produced the end-title song with Carly Rae Jepsen for the animated film Leap!, which grossed over $100 million worldwide.
Hollander is also an in-demand, versatile songwriter / producer having written / produced songs for everyone from Celine Dionand Carly Rae Jepsen to Brian Elmquist of The Lone Bellow and Rozes. He co-wrote 2 songs on Celine Dion's album Loved Me Back to Life which hit #1 in 31 countries. Most recently he has written and produced songs for Stanaj (Republic/UMG/Lava), Jojo (Interscope), and one of the UK’s biggest breakout artists of the year, Adam French (Virgin EMI).
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Lakeshore edita "One strange rock" de Daniel Pemberton

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National Geographic and Lakeshore Records partner with Golden Globe®-nominated composer Daniel Pemberton (“All the Money in the World,” “Molly’s Game,” “Gold,” “Steve Jobs”) to unveil the richly compelling score for ONE STRANGE ROCK, a 10-part global event series premiering on National Geographic on Monday, March 26, at 10/9c. Lakeshore Records will release the original soundtrack digitally on Friday, March 30.
Academy Award®-nominated filmmaker Darren Aronofsky (“mother!,” “Black Swan,” “Requiem for a Dream”) and award-winning producer Jane Root (“America The Story of Us,” “The 80s: The Decade That Made Us”) collaborate with host Will Smith and eight legendary astronauts to tell the extraordinary story of our curiously calibrated, interconnected planet.
Pemberton’s intense score complements the visual brilliance of ONE STRANGE ROCK, exposing the hauntingly ethereal beauty of Earth, the only place we call home. His dynamic sound coupled with the cinematic storytelling takes audiences on an electrifying trip across 45 countries, six continents and outer space.
“Much like how Darren Aronofsky and the rest of the team wanted ONE STRANGE ROCK to feel radically different to anything like it before, I wanted continue that ethos with the soundtrack album,” says Daniel Pemberton. “I wanted to make it much more of an immersive listening experience than just a standard collection of cues from across the series—something that reconnects you with the stories, the visuals and the world when you hear it.”
Pemberton created a special listening experience for the soundtrack recording. “I’ve tried to make music that could only exist right now,” he explains. “But I wanted the listening experience to harken back to classic albums from the 70s by artists like Pink Floyd or Vangelis—albums you’d play all the way through. The soundtrack is broken down into four parts—one for each side of a double LP. It’s a continuous musical trip made for listening and not shuffling.”
“We are thrilled to partner with visionary composer Daniel Pemberton on our series ONE STRANGE ROCK,” says Ashley Winton, Vice President, Music, National Geographic Partners. “The score he created provides the perfect sonic landscape for Darren Aronofsky’s stunning visuals.”
Download the ONE STRANGE ROCK trailer here
Visuals from the 10-part global event series here
Hi-res Daniel Pemberton photo here
About Daniel Pemberton
DANIEL PEMBERTON (Composer) is a multi Golden Globe and BAFTA Award-nominated composer who has been regularly cited as one of the most exciting and original new voices working in modern film scoring today. “One Strange Rock”marks his first collaboration with legendary director Darren Aronofsky and continues his habit of being sought out by some of the most renowned names in the industry such as Ridley Scott, Danny Boyle, Aaron Sorkin and Guy Ritchie.
His bold writing and unusual and innovative arrangements on scores for movies have seen the soundtracks constantly singled out for critical acclaim whether they are studio films such as such as “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” or smaller independent features such as last year’s Cannes Palm D’Or nominee “Mal De Pierres” starring Marion Cotillard. Recent work on Ridley Scott’s “All The Money In The World” – as well as his soundtrack to Aaron Sorkin’s “Molly’s Game” and Guy Ritchie’s “King Arthur – Legend Of The Sword” – saw the composer nominated as ‘Composer Of The Year” by the International Film Music Critics Association. His work on Danny Boyle’s “Steve Jobs” and also Stephen Gaghan’s “Gold” (for which he co-wrote a song with Iggy Pop) both garnered Golden Globe nominations for the composer.
Having worked in British television for over two decades on countless Emmy and BAFTA Award-winning dramas and documentaries (such as “Space Dive,” Peep Show,” “Complicit” “Occupation,” and “Hiroshima”), Pemberton’s big break into feature films came after Ridley Scott was so impressed with his debut film score in 2011 for the period supernatural thriller “The Awakening” that he hired the composer to score his feature “The Counselor”. The pair collaborated again on Scott’s first directorial foray into television, “The Vatican” as well as the recently Oscar nominated picture “All The Money In The World”.
Pemberton is now currently scoring “Oceans 8”, a new female driven twist on the popular heist series directed by Gary Ross and with a cast that includes Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter and Rhianna.  
About the Series
There really is no place like home. National Geographic, acclaimed filmmaker Darren Aronofsky (“mother!” “Black Swan,” “Requiem for a Dream”) and award-winning producer Jane Root (“America The Story of Us,” “The 80s: The Decade That Made Us”) join forces on an epic, cinematic event series that will redefine science and natural history filmmaking. Hosted by Will Smith (“Ali,” “Pursuit of Happyness,” “Men in Black I, II, III”), ONE STRANGE ROCK promises to be a mind-bending, thrilling journey exploring the fragility and wonder of our planet, one of the most peculiar, unique places in the universe. It’s the extraordinary story of why life as we know it exists on Earth, brought into perspective by the only people to have left it behind: astronauts. This 10-part series from Nutopia and Protozoa Pictures brings cameras where they’ve never been before, having filmed in 45 countries, on six continents and from outer space on the ISS. ONE STRANGE ROCK guides viewers through our vulnerable speck of a planet among the vast, harsh cosmic arena, revealing the twists of fate that have allowed life to emerge, survive and thrive on Earth.
National Geographic Partners LLC
National Geographic Partners LLC (NGP), a joint venture between National Geographic and 21st Century Fox, is committed to bringing the world premium science, adventure and exploration content across an unrivaled portfolio of media assets. NGP combines the global National Geographic television channels (National Geographic Channel, Nat Geo WILD, Nat Geo MUNDO, Nat Geo PEOPLE) with National Geographic’s media and consumer-oriented assets, including National Geographic magazines; National Geographic studios; related digital and social media platforms; books; maps; children’s media; and ancillary activities that include travel, global experiences and events, archival sales, licensing and e-commerce businesses. Furthering knowledge and understanding of our world has been the core purpose of National Geographic for 129 years, and now we are committed to going deeper, pushing boundaries, going further for our consumers … and reaching millions of people around the world in 172 countries and 43 languages every month as we do it. NGP returns 27 percent of our proceeds to the nonprofit National Geographic Society to fund work in the areas of science, exploration, conservation and education. For more information visit nationalgeographic.com, or find us on FacebookTwitterInstagramGoogle+, YouTubeLinkedIn and Pinterest.
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Lakeshore edita digitalmente "Survivors guide to prison" de Sebastian Robertson

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You're more likely to go to prison in the USA than any other country in the world, so in the unfortunate case it happens to you, this is the SURVIVORS GUIDE TO PRISON. Following the stories of two innocent men who spent decades behind bars for murders they did not commit. Gripping testimony from inmates, guards, staff, cops, analysts, lawyers and reformers, SURVIVORS GUIDE exposes the failed “punishment model” and examines the dramatic programs proven to work.
Sebastian Robertson began contributing to movie soundtracks at the age of 19 as a session drummer and percussionist for the Barry Levinson film, Jimmy Hollywood and the PBS documentary Music For The Native Americans. In 2000, he began his career as a composer when he co- wrote the theme and scored the episodes of the NBC/David Spade show Sammy.
Robertson’s unique blend of organic and synth score has landed his music on over 100 television shows to date. He recently composed the score for the award winning short film Chenmo de Pengyou (2016) as well as for the feature films Condemned (2015), additional music for Martin Scorsese’s Silence, and original music for Survivor’s Guide To Prison (2018). His compositions can also be found on major ad campaigns for Cup Noodles, Reebok, Coca Cola, and the theme for Ridley Scott’s, Alien: Covenant.
In 2015, in collaboration with Universal, Robertson spearheaded an on demand, custom creation division. He has produced a catalog of over 5000 pieces of music with a top-level client base consisting of NBC, ABC, FOX, Vice, E!, MTV and more.
01. Witness (feat. Daniel Davies)
02. Antisocial
03. Baby’s Breath
04. Enclosed
05. Seasons
06. Growing
07. Summer’s End (feat. Daniel Davies)
08. Consume
09. Dwane’s Theme
10. Westwood
11. Dawn
12. Glass House
13. Homeward
14. Nights (feat. Daniel Davies)
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Lakeshore edita "Love, Simon" de Rob Simonsen

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Everyone deserves a great love story. But for seventeen-year old Simon Spier it’s a little more complicated: he’s yet to tell his family or friends he’s gay and he doesn’t actually know the identity of the anonymous classmate he’s fallen for online. Resolving both issues proves hilarious, terrifying and life-changing. Directed by Greg Berlanti (Riverdale, The Flash, Supergirl), written by Isaac Aptaker & Elizabeth Berger (This is Us), and based on Becky Albertalli’s acclaimed novel, LOVE, SIMON is a funny and heartfelt coming-of-age story about the thrilling ride of finding yourself and falling in love
Rob Simonsen has had a thread in the fabric of some of the most noteworthy and prestigious films of the past decade. He collaborated with director Bennett Miller to underline the unsettling atmosphere of the Oscar-nominated drama FOXCATCHER, and spanned an eternity of star-crossed romance with THE AGE OF ADALINE, also co-writing the film's end credits song. He scored the Steve Carell-starring dramedy THE WAY WAY BACK with sensitivity, sympathized with the coming-of-age THE SPECTACULAR NOW, and sweetened Zach Braff's coming-of-middle-age film WISH I WAS HERE. Also under his belt is the horror-comedy THE MASTER CLEANSE, Roland Emmerich's political drama Stonewall, and the Weinstein Company's BURNTstarring Bradley Cooper, Uma Thurman and Sienna Miller. His work in television has included the Joss Whedon Fox drama DOLLHOUSE and the CBS ratings juggernaut BLUE BLOODS, led by Tom Selleck.
Prior to flying solo, under the apprenticeship of composer Mychael Danna, Simonsen contributed additional music to the scores for Ang Lee's LIFE OF PI and Bennett Miller's MONEYBALL - as well as Catherine Hardwick's THE NATIVITY STORY, Sony Pictures Animation SURF'S UP, and Terry Gilliam's THE IMAGINARIUM OF DOCTOR PARNASSUS. With Danna, he co-composed the score for Marc Webb's hugely popular indie romance (500) DAYS OF SUMMER. Simonsen's compositional voice is the product of an education in jazz, electronic and traditional orchestral music. In 2013, he co-founded THE ECHO SOCIETY, a collective that provides a platform for composers to experiment and create for live performances around Los Angeles.
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