Walking with the Enemy - Soundtrack review

CoverLakeshore Records release Timothy Williams's score to Walking with the Enemy. The film is set in Hungary during the final months of World War II. A young man sets out to find his displaced family by using a stolen Nazi uniform to pose as an officer. Filled with suspense and danger, he undertakes extraordinary measures to reroute his family and others to safety by disrupting the activities of the German occupiers... [click here...]

 

Taylor Locke: Time Stands Still - Music review

CoverTime Stands Still is the debut album from Taylor Locke. It features his new single 'Running Away From Love'. This is the first solo project from the ex-Rooney guitarist and vocalist and, despite its title, the record is a testament to creative momentum and personal growth for Locke. While it's Locke's first release as a true solo artist, it's not your typical singer songwriter fare... [click here...]

 

Texas: Texas 25 (Deluxe Edition) - Music review

CoverScottish chart-toppers Texas celebrate their 25th anniversary with the release of their latest album Texas 25, which contains four brand new songs and highlights from the band's greatest hits completely re-recorded and re-worked for 2015 with acclaimed NYC soul outfit Truth & Soul. Texas 25 was a chance for Texas front woman Sharleen Spiteri and band mate Johnny McElhone to hear fan favourites such as 'Black Eyed Boy', 'Halo', 'I Don't Want a Lover', 'Say What You Want', 'Summer Son', and 'The Conversation' with new ears... [click here...]

 

Bob Marley: Easy Skanking in Boston '78

CoverBob Marley’s 70th birthday year (2015) will include a variety of releases and events to commemorate the legend, his work and iconic impact. Over the course of the year, his legacy will be remembered by new releases of rare and unreleased material as well as fan favorite deluxe editions of his most memorable work. The first release will be available on February 17. Easy Skanking in Boston '78, features two historic live shows from Boston’s Music Hall, June 8, 1978. This new and unreleased performance is from the Marley family giving unprecedented access for the first time to their personal material from their private collections and their vaults... [click here...]

 

Tyrannosaurus Rex: My People Were Fair...

CoverOriginally released in 1968, the first Tyrannosaurus Rex album My People Were Fair… positioned the former Mod face and beatnik Marc Bolan right at the heart of the burgeoning underground / hippie subculture. This new 2-CD deluxe edition contains a 2014 remaster plus a host of bonus material. It includes both stereo and mono versions of the original album plus 12 tracks recorded for John Peel’s Top Gear show in 1967 and 1968, all unreleased. Also present are 4 songs from the Joe Boyd sessions, 2 of which are previously unreleased, 7 Tony Visconti home demos of which 5 are previously unreleased and 2 Marc Bolan interviews, also previously unreleased... [click here...]

 

Repentance - Soundtrack review

CoverLakeshore Records release Mark Kilian's score for Repentance. An earnest life-coach/author, Thomas Carter, is mysteriously abducted by a deranged client, Angel Sanchez, who delves into Thomas' teachings and uses his spiritual messages of Karma - action and reaction, against him to terrorize him and his family for their past sins... [click here...]

 

Song One - Soundtrack review

CoverLakeshore Records releases the various artists soundtrack album to Song One, a romantic drama set against the backdrop of Brooklyn’s vibrant modern-folk music scene. After Franny’s musician brother Henry is injured and hospitalised in a coma following a car accident, Franny returns home after a long estrangement and begins to use his notebook as a guide to how his life has evolved in her absence. Franny seeks out the musicians and artists Henry loved, in the course of her journey meeting James Forester, his musical idol, whose success and fame belie a shy and private man. As a strong romantic connection develops between Franny and James, the question becomes if love can bloom even under the most adverse circumstances... [click here...]

 

Grégory Levasseur (Director) - The Pyramid

CoverGrégory Levasseur is a French filmmaker and screenwriter, best known for his work in the United States and his frequent collaborations with childhood friend Alexandre Aja. We caught up with him as his latest movie, The Pyramid, was due to be released in cinemas... [click here...]

 

Christmas Spirit Shots - Merchandise review

CoverThere is no better way to get into the festive spirit than spirit itself, and with these bright, neon baubles you can have spirit in every room. Perfect to add to your Christmas tree or to dress up your sideboard, these six flasks can be filled with your favourite spirits as a quirky and fun decoration over the Christmas season... [click here...]

 

Exodus: Gods and Kings - Soundtrack review

CoverSony Classical release Alberto Iglesias's score for Exodus: Gods and Kings. The movie tells the story of one man’s daring courage to take on the might of an empire. Using state of the art visual effects and 3D immersion, Ridley Scott brings new life to the story of the defiant leader Moses as he rises up against the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses, setting 400,000 slaves on a monumental journey of escape from Egypt and its terrifying cycle of deadly plagues... [click here...]