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Various Artists: Hanna Season 1 OST – album review

Various Artists: Hanna Season 1 OST Invada Records / Lakeshore Records LP/CD/DL DL available now with physical formats release date to be announced. Featuring an original score...

Teho Teardo: Grief Is The Thing With Feathers – album review

Teho Teardo: Grief Is The Thing With Feathers Specula Records LP / CD / DL Available Now! Acclaimed composer Teho Teardo has released his score for the stage...

Frank Sidebottom & Chris Sievey: Being Frank…The Chris Sievey Story (OST) – album review

Far more than a companion piece to the undoubtedly fantastic film, this soundtrack album is a superb introduction to an artist whose work was not truly appreciated in his lifetime.

Clint Mansell: Out Of Blue OST – soundtrack review

Clint Mansell: Out Of Blue OST Lakeshore Records / Invada Records Digital out now. Physical tbc. Out Of Blue is a neo-noir mystery directed by Carol...

Rachel Zeffira: Elizabeth Harvest OST – soundtrack review

Rachel Zeffira: Elizabeth Harvest OST Invada Records LP / CD / DL 18/01/2019 2018 saw the release of Sebastian Gutierrez's sci-fi thriller Elizabeth Harvest. For the films score...

Clint Mansell : Happy New Year, Colin Burstead – soundtrack review

Clint Mansell : Happy New Year, Colin Burstead OST Invada Records / Lakeshore Records LP / / CD/ DL Available now. Before it airs on BBC Two tonight...

Thom Yorke: Suspiria (MUSIC FOR THE LUCA GUADAGNINO FILM) – soundtrack review

Thom Yorke: Suspiria (MUSIC FOR THE LUCA GUADAGNINO FILM)  XL Recordings LP/CD/DL 26/10/2018 Radiohead's Thom Yorke follows fellow bandmates Philip Selway and Jonny Greenwood into the world of...

John Carpenter: Tyne Theatre, Newcastle – live review

The iconic themes and films of John Carpenter are brought to life by the man himself in a spellbinding audio visual set!

Adrian Utley & Will Gregory: Arcadia OST – soundtrack review

Adrian Utley & Will Gregory: Arcadia OST Invada Records DL (Physical Formats Coming Soon) Portishead’s Adrian Utley and Goldfrapp’s Will Gregory have teamed up to create the...

Adam Taylor: The Handmaid’s Tale OST – album review

Adam Taylor: The Handmaid's Tale OST Invada Records / Lakeshore Records LP/CD/DL Available Now! One of the most acclaimed television shows of the year, The Handmaid's Tale is...

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis: Wind River OST – soundtrack review

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis team up once more to score the directorial debut by Sicario writer Taylor Sheridan. Simon Tucker reviews

John Foxx And The Maths: The Machine – album review

The Machine is a clean and precise piece of work many times a quite beautiful collectio

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