Featuring Original Music By Tim Jones With Exclusive Premiere Tracks from World-Renowned Duo JEFFSTER
(March 25, 2015 – Los Angeles, CA) – Varèse Sarabande Records will release CHUCK – Original Television Soundtrack digitally and on CD April 7, 2015. The album features the show’s original score by Tim Jones (Human Target, Cult), with three performances by Jeffster, featuring Vik Sahay: “Take on Me”, “Fortunate Son,” and “Fat Bottom Girls.” The digital version of the soundtrack will contain additional score tracks and two bonus Jeffster songs, “Leaving on a Jet Plane” and the hilarious “Mr. Roboto.” Continue reading VARÈSE SARABANDE RELEASES ‘CHUCK’ – ORIGINAL TELEVISION SOUNDTRACK→
Primetime Special SOFIA THE FIRST: THE FLOATING PALACE Would Qualify for Primetime EMMY Consideration
(May 22, 2014– Los Angeles, CA) – Composer Kevin Kliesch (THUNDERCATS, SUPERMAN: UNBOUND) has earned his first EMMY® nomination for his work on the hit Disney Junior series SOFIA THE FIRST.
“Once I found out I had been nominated from the show’s creator, Craig Gerber, I immediately woke up my wife and told her the good news. We were both shaking with excitement!” said Kliesch. “It was such an honor to hear that the Academy thought my music for SOFIA THE FIRST was award-worthy.”
(May 15, 2014– Los Angeles, CA) – Composer Michael Penn (BOOGIE NIGHTS, SUNSHINE CLEANING, HBO’s GIRLS) was recognized last night with a BMI Award for his work on SHOWTIME’s MASTERS OF SEX.
Every year Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) salutes the composers of music featured in the past year’s top-grossing films, top-rated primetime network television series and highest-ranking cable network programs at its annual Film & TV Awards.
“We are thrilled to honor Michael Penn for his work on this show. Not only is MASTERS OF SEX a top rated show, but Michael’s music for it is sheer genius,” said Doreen Ringer-Ross, VP of Film/TV Relations of BMI. “The full-length show open for MASTERS OF SEX is comprised of clever and creative images that, together with Michael’s unique theme, totally define the show’s spirit. This is especially great in a day where TV themes are disappearing.” Continue reading MICHAEL PENN EARNS BMI RECOGNITION FOR ‘MASTERS OF SEX’→
(April 24, 2013– Los Angeles, CA) – Composer Frederik Wiedmann (BEWARE THE BATMAN, JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE FLASHPOINT PARADOX) is proud to announce that has composed the music for the upcoming DC Universe Animated Original Movie SON OF BATMAN. Additionally, the film FIELD OF LOST SHOES, featuring music by Wiedmann, is showing in select markets. Continue reading FREDERIK WIEDMANN SCORES ‘SON OF BATMAN’ AND ‘FIELD OF LOST SHOES’→
(March 31, 2014– Los Angeles, CA) – Varèse Sarabande Records will release SHAMELESS Music From The Television Series available digitally and on CD April 15, 2014. Included on the soundtrack is the opening song from season four, “Written Down” by David E. Sugar, making its first U.S. release.
HBO Movie THE NORMAL HEART, Directed by Ryan Murphy Cinemax Series THE KNICK, Directed by Steven Soderbergh
(March 6, 2014– Los Angeles, CA) – Composer Cliff Martinez (Drive, Spring Breakers) is proud to announce several upcoming projects and appearances. Martinez is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and a BMI Richard Kirk Lifetime Achievement Award-winner.
A frequent collaborator of director Steven Soderbergh, Martinez will team with Soderbergh again on the upcoming 10-episode series THE KNICK, which will begin airing late spring on Cinemax. The series, starring Jeremy Bobb, Steve Garfanti and Clive Owen, is set in New York’s Knickerbocker Hospital during the early part of the twentieth century.
(September 16, 2013 – Culver City, CA) – On September 15, 2013, composer Bear McCreary earned his first Emmy®Award for the Main Title Theme for DA VINCI’S DEMONS at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. McCreary had been nominated one previous time in the same category for HUMAN TARGET.
“To be nominated alongside some of the most exciting composers working in the industry was, itself, a tremendous honor. I am totally overwhelmed by this win,” said McCreary.
“I must share this award with series creator David S. Goyer. When I played him my first demo for the main title, he gave me the greatest feedback a producer can bestow. He said the music was too short!” described McCreary. “The theme was so catchy, he wanted to hear more of it. So, he re-cut his first episode and nearly doubled the length of the Main Title sequence, giving me the opportunity to expand on my ideas. Now that the Main Title Theme and Main Title Design have both won Emmys, I think its safe to say that Goyer had the right idea!”