Rupert Gregson-Williams, 2016, Varese Sarabande
16 tracks, 53:46
From Bee Movie to A-listers… Rupert Gregson-Williams hits the jackpot with Hacksaw Ridge.
Rob Simonsen, 2016, Lakeshore Records
20 tracks, 48:41
Rob Simonsen is the king of cool. Cool music, that is. Can he hold his nerve and deliver a daring score for Nerve?
THE SAND / SONATA
Vincent Gillioz, 2016, Howlin’ Wolf Records
27 tracks, 71:50
Beware the beach! Beware the sand! For it has a taste for flesh. Your flesh! Don’t even think about dipping your toes in there, or all those piggies will go to the slaughter!
Alan Silvestri, 2016, Sony Classical
13 tracks, 42:26
Robert Zemeckis and Alan Silvestri team up once again for the much anticipated war drama Allied. Will the allegiance between the director and composer pay off?
2016 Round Up – September-October (7/9)
Synchrotones presents its monthly round-up: a brief overview of soundtrack releases that didn’t get their own dedicated review. And sorry we missed the March edition. So let’s focus on those scores that got away. Such as: Ben Hur, Anthropoid, Greater, and the non-score album Majestik. This will be one the last monthly round ups, as I’ll be switching to a weekly format soon.