Call Me By Your Name was adored by critics last year, and it rode that wave of acclaim all the way to a worthy Best Picture nomination. The film unfolds in Northern Italy in the summer of 1983, where a teenage boy named Elio (Timothée Chalamet) becomes enamored with an American graduate student (Armie Hammer) who comes to study and live with his family. They share a summer full of food, surprising romance, and, of course, music. And that music will be getting a special release on vinyl later this year.
The Call Me By Your Name soundtrack, featuring original songs by Sufjan Stevens, will be getting a Limited Peach Season Edition vinyl release with a peach-colored 2xLP set, including record sleeves that smell like peaches. Just make sure you don’t try to do with these records what Elio does with a certain peach in the movie.
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Captain Marvel is shattering all kinds of glass ceilings. Not only will the film boast Marvel’s first solo female superhero, but the production has brought on the first female composer to score a major comic book movie.
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John Williams‘ Jurassic Park music is iconic. And while no one can come close to capturing the magic of Williams’ music, Michael Giacchino is a great composer in his own right. Giacchino is handling the music for the new Jurassic World sequel, and you can hear his Fallen Kingdom theme below.
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Top Gun 2 has defied the odds, and after decades of hype and promise, the adrenaline-fueled sequel is finally in production. Tom Cruise posted a photo from the set last week, and barring some kind of insurmountable obstacle, the movie titled Top Gun: Maverick will be on the big screen for the summer of 2019. And when it arrives, it may have a new version of the signature rock song that made all the high-flying jet sequences that much more memorable.
When the original Top Gun was released in 1986, it was accompanied by the quintessential rock song of that decade: “Danger Zone” by Kenny Loggins. Now that Top Gun: Maverick is a reality, Loggins is working on recording a new version of the song for the sequel, and he might have company this time. Read More »
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At the 2018 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, one of the breakout films was the charming father daughter dramedy Hearts Beat Loud. The film sees Nick Offerman as Frank, a widower preparing to close down his record shop and send his daughter Sam (Kiersey Clemons) off to med school across the country. In one final attempt to spark a bit more of a connection with his daughter, Frank convinces her to partake in a jam session. Their collaboration results in some outstanding original tunes that get them a surprising amount of attention online. Now you can partake in the buzz by listening to the title track from the film. Read More »
This weekend’s release of Solo: A Star Wars Story has one huge surprise that will blow fans away (and if you already know what we’re talking about, you can read more about it over here but beware of spoilers!). But Solo also has another tidbit that might go unnoticed. Or if you did notice it, you might not have realized how odd it was. What we’re talking about is a certain musical cue from the Solo: A Star Wars Story score.
Beware of very mild spoilers for the first act of Solo: A Star Wars Story below. Read More »
Avengers: Infinity War may have been just dethroned from the top of the box office by Deadpool 2, but fans are still talking about the Marvel Studios sequel. That includes sending questions to director James Gunn, since he was consulted about how the Guardians of the Galaxy were utilized throughout the movie. One question has been thrown his way a number of times, and he wanted to make sure everyone got the answer.
When the Guardians of the Galaxy are introduced in Avengers: Infinity War, they’re flying across space to answer a distress call. While the rest of the movie only uses Alan Silvestri’s score, this particular sequence starts off with the crew listening to “Rubberband Man” by The Spinners from the Zune that Star-Lord was given at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. But there were a few other options that could have been used for this sequence. Read More »
It’s Wednesday, which means Mondo has a new soundtrack release on vinyl that you can get your hands on. But we also have another release from last week, which we think you should get your hands on as soon as possible.
First up, Mondo has a vinyl release of Michael Giacchino‘s score for Speed Racer, a film that everyone slept on in 2009 but have now come back around to under a decade later. Plus, they also have an awesome vinyl release for the electric score for Revenge, an indie thriller that we absolutely loved. You can check out both below. Read More »
Composer John Powell has revealed the tracklist for his Solo: A Star Wars Story soundtrack, and we’re here to obsess over the titles. There’s some stuff to unpack here, but best of all, there’s a track called “Lando’s Closet.” Hell. Yes. See the Solo soundtrack track titles below.
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This week already brought us the gem that was a Deadpool 2 music video featuring Celine Dion belting out an incredible ballad that wouldn’t be out of place on the soundtrack for a sweeping, epic romance. But instead, it’s the breakout single from the Deadpool 2 soundtrack, and it’s one of the funniest music videos I’ve seen in awhile. However, the Deadpool 2 score isn’t going to take this lying down.
Sony Classical has announced the release of the Deadpool 2 score: next week, just one week before the movie hits theaters. Under normal circumstances, this would be business as usual, but the Deadpool 2 score isn’t your average composition for a motion picture. Instead, the music composed by Tyler Bates has become the first score to earn the famous Parental Advisory warning parents that their children might hear some naughty language while listening to the album in question. Read More »