Film Score

Disasterpeace – “Dependable As Moonshine”

By Will Oliver, March 12th 2019

Film composer Richard Vreeland, better known as Disasterpeace recently scored the film for director David Robert Mitchell’s Under The Silver Lake, which will be released next month via A24. We previously shared a piece entitled “The Curse of Edendale” and today we hit back with another new one “Dependable As Moonshine.”

The dark and haunting orchestra track takes you on quite a journey, changing moods and putting some wild imagery in your head with some dark jazz-inspired inspiration that definitely leaves an impression.

Enjoy a stream of “Dependable As Moonshine” below.
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English indie outfit Tindersticks took on the task of creating the score of Claire Denis’ new film High Life, starring Robert Pattinson. This includes a brand new song entitled “Willow” that features Pattison himself, a song that can be found on the film’s soundtrack when it’s released on April 5th via Milan Records, also the same date the film opens in limited release in both New York and Los Angeles via A24.

The haunting new track is a beautiful hypnotic listen, one that definitely captures the ethereal mood of the film, one that is a pretty wild journey, if we do say so ourselves (we caught it last October at the New York Film Festival). It also proves that Pattinson really can do it all.

Enjoy a listen to “Willow” below.
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Disasterpeace – “The Curse of Edendale”

By Will Oliver, November 4th 2018

Film composer Richard Vreeland, better known as Disasterpeace, really took off with his amazing synth-led score of David Robert Mitchell’s acclaimed 2014 horror film It Follows.

They’ve teamed up once again for Mitchell’s upcoming film Under The Silver Lake which was originally supposed to come out this December but has been since moved to April 19, 2019.

But we get a taste of Disasterpeace’s original score for the film with the brooding new orchestral track “The Curse of Edendale,” which you can stream right now below. This should tide you over a bit until the film is finally released next spring.
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