The chart success of 3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of... by the Hip Hop group Arrested Development was the start signal of the popularization of the Southern Hip Hop movement. The debut album by the group celebrates its 25th year anniversary and there will be a limited numbered copies on white vinyl available.
Kane is a group that can be seen as the most popular Dutch band of the 00's, their critically acclaimed and double platinum debut album As Long As You Want This was released in 2000 and is now finally available on vinyl for the first time.
Next up is one of the 20th century's great electronic music innovators Raymond Scott. His ambient music is a precursor to Kraftwerk, Brain Eno and minimalists like Steve Reich and Philip Glass. Due to high demand, his album Soothing Sounds For Baby as well as Manhattan Research are now available for a triple deluxe vinyl package. Both in a limited run of coloured vinyl!
For the label At The Movies we have two very anticipated soundtracks available. The first one is the emotional rollercoaster and multiple Oscar nominee Lion, of whom Hauschka and Dustion O'Halloran composed the (all piano music) score for this film. Also the theme track by Sia "Never Give Up" is included on this edition. Finally we have the beautiful sci-fi film Passengers. The score for this romantic adventure is composed by multiple Grammy and Golden Globe award winner Thomas Newman and has all the right elements of giving the feeling of floating away in space.
That's all folks, have a nice weekend!
All the best,
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Passengers is a 2016 blockbuster science fiction adventure film. It stars Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt, Michael Sheen, Laurence Fishburne and Andy García a.o. The film has been nominated for two Oscars, including Best Original Score and Best Production Design. The score is produced by multiple Grammy and Golden Globe winner Thomas Newman.
3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of... is the debut album by American Hip Hop group Arrested Development, released in 1992. The album's chart success was the beginning of the popularization of Southern Hip Hop.
Lion received six Oscar nominations at the 89th Academy Awards, including Best Original Score, Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor (Patel), Best Supporting Actress (Kidman) and Best Adapted Screenplay.
Dustin O'Halloran (Transparent) and Hauschka teamed up to write the score for the film.
The critically acclaimed and double platinum debut album As Long As You Want This by Kane is now available on vinyl for the first time. This album contains the hit singles "Damn Those Eyes", "Can You Handle Me", "I Will Keep My Head Down" and "Where Do I Go".
Scott recorded Soothing Sounds for Baby in 1963 using electronic devices such as the Ondioline, homemade rhythm and tone generators, and tape echo. This series of “aural toys” was designed for babies in three age groups (1-6 months, 6-12 months, and 12-18 months). The simple rhythms and melodies were intended to be pleasantly stimulating, while providing a quieting atmosphere of relaxation, warmth, and contentment.
MRI, first issued on Basta in 2000, contains 69 tracks recorded from 1953 to 1969—over two hours' worth of Scott's ground-breaking electronic work in adult dimensions. Forays into abstract musique concrete are heard alongside film soundtrack collaborations with a young pre-Muppet Jim Henson, and pan-galactic sonics seemingly beamed down from hovering UFOs. In addition, MRI presents some of the first TV and radio commercials to feature electronic music. MRI also features many of Scott's instrumental inventions.