Movie Soundtrack

[new]: Lykke Li – Du är den ende

By Will Oliver, March 24th 2014

Lykke Li Du ar den ende

Lykke Li releases her new album I Never Learn on May 5. We recently heard our first cut from the album, a track called “Love Me Like I’m Not Made Of Stone.”

She’s since followed that up with a new track called “Du är den ende” (which translates to “You Are the Only”), only it is not from the album. It’s actually a track she recording for a Swedish film called Tommy. She sings in Swedish, and it’s a lovely contribution. Very dreamy but also haunting.

Find it posted below.
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[new]: M83 – I Need You

By Will Oliver, March 4th 2014

Divergent Soundtrack

M83′s brainchild Anthony Gonzalez continues to deliver lush scores for some big Hollywood movies. His latest work goes towards the the upcoming film Divergent.

It’s a song titled “I Need You” that features some heavenly vocals that have that very M83 sweeping feel. As if you’re floating upwards towards the good graces of the heavens, only to be taken right back home with one big jazzy section that throws a whole load of emotions on you, until the feels become to much to handle. Then it’s time to hit repeat.

Will be interesting to see how they use “I Need You” in the film. Hope it gets a good scene, because it definitely deserves it. This is a monstrous track.

Enjoy “I Need You” below.
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[new]: M83 – Ali & Matthias

By Will Oliver, November 13th 2013

M83 - Ali & Matthias

M83′s frontman Anthony Gonzalez just doesn’t stop working. He’s easily one of the hardest workers currently in the game. When he’s not releasing stuff with his band, he’s scoring soundtracks such as the Tom Cruise starring Oblivion or producing songs for The Killers.

He continues his soundtrack contributions with a score for the film You and the Night. You can find the film’s trailer over at MMM.

He’s already shared a song from the soundtrack called “Ali & Matthias.” It’s more of a lovely orchestration from M83, with a more dear approach, as opposed to the widescreen bombast that we’re so used to. Here’s the description of the song that accompanies its soundcloud stream:

Here is a new track from ‘You And The Night’. The soundtrack pays tribute to French soundtracks from the 70′s and is much more intimate than ‘Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming’ and the ‘Oblivion’ Soundtrack. This score is really for lovers and ghosts.

Check out “Ali & Matthias” below.
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The Hunger Games Soundtrack

Come November 22, I will be catching a midnight screening of Hunger Games: Catching Fire for a review over at MMM. I was pleasantly surprised by the first film, and am excited to see what comes next.

The first had a good soundtrack featuring original songs by Arcade Fire and The Decemberists. The new soundtrack also has some good tracks, featuring new music from artists like Coldplay and The National. We already shared the vintage sounding Coldplay song, “Atlas.”

Now take a listen to The National’s offering, “Lean.” It sounds like it would have been right at home on Trouble Will Find Me, with a more widescreen epic approach that makes it a good fit for a movie of the Hunger Game’s scope.

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[new]: Coldplay – Atlas

By Will Oliver, September 6th 2013 — with 1 comment


Coldplay have submitted a new track for use on the film The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. It’s the first song to be shared from the soundtrack, and it’s  sounding more like the A Rush Of Blood To The Head era Coldplay than the recent era. It’s a slow builder, letting the emotions build towards a grand finish.

I’m already envisioning how the film will be using “Atlas” during the film when it comes out on November 22. Can’t wait.

Stream “Atlas” below.
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Arcade Fire are lined up to score Spike Jonze’s upcoming film Her. This should come as no surprise as the director worked with the band before on their short film Scenes From The Suburbs. The film stars Joaquin Phoenix as a man in the future who purchases the world’s first artificially intelligent operating system. It basically turns human and causes Phoenix to question if one can love someone who really isn’t there. Read more about the film and catch the trailer over at Filmtastic.

It looks pretty great, and I can’t wait to see what Arcade Fire add to the film in addition to their new album which should be released on October 29, and may be titled Reflektor.

Explosions In The Sky Prince Avalanche

If you’ve seen the very underrated sports film Friday Night Lights, you know what Explosions In The Sky can do when given the task of creating a movie score.

Their latest venture is for the film Prince Avalanche, starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch. Check out the trailer at Filmtastic. The film looks pretty solid, and with a score done by these guys, you know the film is going to at least sound great.

We get our first taste of their work with a track that they did with composer David Wingo of the band Ola Podrida. It’s called “Join Me On My Avalanche”, and it’s a stunning piece of work that has already put my mind into the feel and essence of the work, which is a sign that the musicians did their job.

Listen below.

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