Posts tagged as "film"

‘Nomadland’ Soundtrack – Music by Einaudi and Ólafur Arnalds

February 19, 2021

Decca Records has released the soundtrack to director Chloé Zhao’s Golden Globe-nominated film Nomadland, starring Academy Award-winning actor and producer Frances McDormand. The expansive, dreamy soundtrack includes music from Ludovico Einaudi, plus a previously unreleased track from Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds. Stream the Nomadland (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Music by Ludovico Einaudi The Nomadland soundtrack includes […]

‘The Dry’ Film Soundtrack by Peter Raeburn

February 16, 2021

The Dry, a film based on Jane Harper’s award-winning novel, follows Australian federal Agent Aaron Falk (Eric Bana) as he revisits his drought-stricken hometown to attend a tragic funeral. But his return opens a decades-old wound – the unsolved death of a teenage girl. Stream Peter Raeburn’s soundtrack to The Dry THE DRY Director Robert […]

Cellist Peter Gregson’s Music Featured in ‘Bridgerton’, Releases New Live Album

February 8, 2021

Scottish cellist|composer and ZoneOut Festival alumnus Peter Gregson’s music has been featured in the Netflix series Bridgerton. The major music placement comes as Gregson releases a spellbinding live-in-studio album recorded at Capitol Studios in Hollywood, entitled An Evening at Capitol Studios. Stream Peter Gregson’s An Evening at Capitol Studios BRIDGERTON SOUNDTRACK Peter Gregson’s track Cello […]

'Loom' – Ólafur Arnalds unveils new single featuring Bonobo

October 16, 2020

Ólafur Arnalds has released his brand new single ‘Loom’, featuring Los Angeles-based electronic music producer Bonobo. The collaboration is taken from the Ólafur’s forthcoming album some kind of peace, to be released on 6 November via Mercury KX. The new single is accompanied by a music video directed by Neels Castillon. Pre-order Ólafur Arnalds’s new album […]

Pyramiden – 'Saudade da Gaia' and The Lost Soviet Town

September 23, 2020

‘Saudade da Gaia’ is a new collaborative short film featuring the music of Joep Beving, poetry by Liza Boston, and imagery of the mysterious, abandoned Soviet town of Pyramiden – beautifully captured by photographer and director Jonathan May. ZoneOut’s Paul Dougherty spoke with Joep Beving, and Liza Boston and Jonathan May of Wolf Tide Films […]

'Gladiator' Soundtrack By Hans Zimmer & Lisa Gerrard Turns Twenty

September 2, 2020

Gladiator arrived in cinemas at the turn of the millennium, a year with three zeroes in it and a straightforward claim to epoch making. But rarely does a film turn up – a blockbuster, no less – that so clearly marks a break with the past and signals the future of filmmaking. Twenty years old this […]

‘The Eight Hundred’《八佰》Chinese Film Soundtrack Released

August 25, 2020

Universal Music China has released the soundtrack to the Chinese period war film The Eight Hundred to coincide with the film’s international cinematic release. A limited-edition vinyl of the soundtrack is also available exclusively in China. Stream The Eight Hundred (Original Soundtrack) The Eight Hundred is based on a true story, taking place during Sino-Japanese […]

Ennio Morricone, Italian film composer (1928-2020)

July 7, 2020

Italian film composer Ennio Morricone has died at the age of 91. During an extraordinary professional career which spanned more than six decades, Morricone composed over 500 scores for cinema and television and over 100 original musical works. He is one of only two film composers in history to have received the honorary Academy Award […]

Derrick Hodge Interview – What Is The Colour Of Noize?

July 1, 2020

Derrick Hodge is an all-star all-rounder. A bass player, band-leader, composer, arranger, and multi-instrumentalist so versatile that any attempt to categorise him is rendered futile. In addition to Grammy-winning collaborations with Robert Glasper, Terence Blanchard, and Common, Hodge has worked on film scores for Spike Lee and brought his subversive concepts to orchestras in Atlanta, […]