A mix of both upbeat and mellow tracks with a primarily folk/acoustic feel. This is moving music about love, loss and growing up. Artists include Uno Moller, Admiral Fallow and Zoey Van Goey.
Ubisoft’s Driver: San Francisco has been released to critical acclaim. One of the most hotly anticipated racing games of the year, its extensive and varied soundtrack has been getting a lot of attention, making it the forerunner in the games market at the moment.
ThinkSync successfully placed ‘Born Bad, Born Beautiful’ by Two Lone Swordsmen, ‘On Fire’ by Alec Empire and ‘10,000 Years’ by The Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir.
brilliantlove has seen great success in recent months. After being invited to screen at the Zadar Film festival in Croatia this August, the film has now also been selected as the closing film for the Berlin Porn Film Festival.
More info on the Berlin Porn Film Festival can be found here
Wooden Shjip’s new album, West, represents an exploration of a vast and, for them, unexplored continent and all of the mythology, romanticism, and idealism that it embodies.
The steady driving rhythms are overlaid by thick and distorted guitar lines, both melodic and boundless. Where they may lead cannot be anticipated but following them is exhilarating.
ThinkSync have placed a track on a current ITV sponsorship ident. Rosie Doonan’s ‘The Girl I Used To Be’ is used in a bumper ident for prime-time show Countrywise, which airs on Monday nights and will run for 8 episodes.
More info about Rosie can be found here
ThinkSync Music are proud to announce that Break My Fall, a feature film by Kanchi Wichmann, is set for theatrical release on the 22nd July. It will screen daily at the Apollo Cinema, Piccadilly Circus in London’s west end.
Music Coordinated by ThinkSync Music, the soundtrack features rising stars of the UK independent music scene – Micachu, Plug, Wet Dog, Peggy Sue, Sam Amant, Alan MX, old favourites The Raincoats, Scout Niblett and Numbers.
View the trailer here
Seminal digital hardcore band back with a vengeance after a 10 year hiatus. A record filled with hard breakbeats and heavy synths -This is fast-paced music with attitude.
“Supremely intense” – NME 9/10
“Reunited anarchists kick against the digital pricks” – Kerrang! 4/5 Stars
“Real petrol bomb stuff” – Uncut
“Welcome to the future again” – Artrocker Album of the Month
“An Impeccable return” – Drowned in Sound
Seminal digital hardcore band Atari Teenage Riot are back with a vengeance after a 10 year hiatus. A record filled with hard breakbeats and heavy synths, it attacks themes such as government control and politics throughout. This is fast-paced music with attitude.
Playing at festivals across Europe this summer; US tour begins on 4th September. More details here.
Head on over to the music page to download ‘Is This Hyperreal?’
Alec Empire’s ‘The Ride’ has been placed in upcoming thriller ‘The Entitled’. Directed by Aaron Woodley (Rhinoceros Eyes, Toronto Stories) and music supervised by Amine Ramer, it is set for release on September 6th of this year.
Synopsis: Paul Dynan’s life is turned upside down when he decides to kidnap three young socialites and hold them ransom to save his family. Things spiral out of control when his psychotic partners get trigger happy and his victims come with their own surprises. When blood is shed and his perfect plan goes horribly wrong, Dynan must fight to stay one step ahead of his own twisted game.
More information can be found here
Codes In The Cloud’s ‘The Distance Between Us’ has been licensed for use on the international trailer for acclaimed actor Mark Ruffalo’s first foray into directing.
Sympathy For Delicious is an inspired and unusual film telling the story of Dean O’Dwyer (Christopher Thornton), also known as “Delicious D,” an up-and-coming DJ on the underground music scene in Los Angeles. When a motorcycle accident leaves Dean paralysed, he abandons his turntables for a wheelchair as his once promising career disappears before his eyes. The film also stars Orlando Bloom and Juliette Lewis.
More info on the film can be found here