11 posts categorized "soundtrack"


The Golden Filter - Mother

The Golden Filter team up with Norwegian director Kristoffer Borgli for a short film titled S Y N D R O M E S, which tells the story of “a young girl with mysterious talents that finds herself unwillingly entwined in an elite underworld that only the ailing wealthy are ever aware of.” Into it.




S Y N D R O M E S is out on October 10 via the duo’s own label Perfectly Isolated; pre-order it here and then watch the trailer type video clip thing thang below. After that, stream up on the first cut, Mother.


Spooky good.





Mother (Theme from Syndromes) by TheGoldenFilter 




Fever Ray - The Wolf (new song!)

Ummmm, WHAT? WHEN? AY! Not sure how this hit of info slipped past thine Beastly eyes and ears, but there is a new Fever Ray song. It is called The Wolf, and will appear on the official soundtrack for the upcoming Red Riding Hood movie. Also, I am officially done now. As in.. oh man you guys this song just killed me. So good.








mp3: Fever Ray - The Wolf



Tracy Morgan and Donald Glover - Werewolf Bar Mitzvah (RAC Mix)

The 30 Rock soundtrack was released this week and includes the score music, composed and orchestrated by Jeff Richmond, as well as special series recordings featuring Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Jane Krakowski and Tracy Morgan in addition to dudes like Christopher Cross and Michael Buble. But the real highlight is Werewolf Bar Mitzvah, as performed by Morgan and NBC's Community star Donald Glover.


Tracy morgan


My dudes RAC shut this shit down. No, really, before you judge, I implore you to listen to this song. It's fun, it's Jewish, it's a little disco tinged, and overall, one of the finest pieces of work I have heard all week. Plays: 23 and counting... (PS: I spun this last night on East Village Radio's Belly of the Beast)


"My manager, Harvey Lemmings! This whole premise is sweaty."






mp3: Tracy Morgan and Donald Glover - Werewolf Bar Mitzvah (RAC Mix)




Daft Punk - Fragile (Space G Dedicace Remix)

While everyone is getting geeked the freak out for TRON and the Daft Punk soundtrack to finally hit (oh, and hit it will), lemme slip this sweet fix of Fragile, from France's Space G, into your repertoires.


Daft punk


I've been playing this a lot lately.


You should too, cause it bangs.




mp3: Daft Punk - Fragile (Space G Dedicace Remix)




Ladytron - Ace of Hz (new song!)

Well this was unexpected and somewhat outta the blue. And equally as pleasurable. Ladytron, they of mucho Beaston amore, have been fairly quiet since their 2008 release, Velocifero. Spotting up on random tour dates and even randomer artist collaborations (see: Christina Aguilera's producers on her bonus track, Birds of Prey, from latest album Bionic), it's with a sexy ear that we're listening and loving on new material from the foursome.




Late last month, via their twitter (because isn't that how ALL new music/album releases are being revealed these days?), the band mentioned new song, Ace of Hz, would be featured on the soundtrack for upcoming video game Fifa 2011. The OST is officially out now, and yep, the song is ready for you to wrap your minds and bodies around.


Pretty typical Ladytron material, with its whispery vocals and intimate undertones. I dig it, but I'm in even more in love with the track name, because, well...




Good on ya, mates. Ace of Hz will be properly released on November 30.




mp3: Ladytron - Ace of Hz




Stream: Goldfrapp - We Radiate

Nice and new and nifty track from Goldfrapp. Comes from The Vampire Diaries soundtrack, whatever that is. Also, I debuted it on EVR's Belly of the Beast last night.




I suppose if you missed the show, then you also missed out out on what I like to think is a jam highly inspired by Hall and Oates, especially with those repetitive "ah ha ha ha's" and the daunting bass line, but that's just me.


And this is they...with the song, We Radiate.



Goldfrapp - We Radiate



Kid Sister and Nina Sky - Look Out Weekend

It's a new summa jam for you to bump and jump to! Thanks to the lovely tones of Chicago's Kid Sister and the Queens-bred twins of Nina Sky, the title of the track says it all, and yep, I'm now 100% ready for the weekend to begin. Any thoughts of being productive at work today have sufficiently flown the nest. Enter the fist [pumps].




Jumping on a track together seems like somewhat of a no-brainer. All three ladies have a distinct sound and style, yet they are highly complementary of one another. With the sassy street style of KS matching wits with the NS duo's house-cum-hip-hop vibe, Look Out Weekend quickly hits the apex of our "we don't wanna be at work no more" and "I've got the itch to ditch" playlists.


It should be noted that one, this is a remake of Debbie Deb's original tune, Lookout Weekend, and two, this collaboration is featured on the Jersey Shore soundtrack (pre-order here), making this song the best by-product of the reality series, second only to the goddess that is Snooki.


Maybe they can enlist her for a track on the second season's soundtrack? One can dream. Til then, grab this jawn now!


mp3: Kid Sister and Nina Sky - Look Out Weekend



Beastly Bits #74

Wow did I have a rad one last night. More on that to come, but hint hint...


...I got attacked...MASSIVELY. Insert wink face here.


So that Twilight soundtrack is shaping up to be pretty ok, yeah? link


Brandon Flowers reveals solo album details. link


Midnight Juggernauts announce some down-under dates to support upcoming album, The Crystal Axis. link


Jay-Z and Eminem will play Yankee Stadium together in September. link


Breakbot's remix of Jamaica's I Think I Like U2 is high up on the list of "summer jam of all jams". Snag it.


mp3: Jamaica - I Think I Like U2 (Breakbot Remix)


Lykke Li - Possibility (live video!)

Shame, shame, shame on me. In the post-SXSW hubbub and craziness, I completely overlooked this video footage of Lykke Li performing her Twilight soundtrack-worthy track, Possibility. Never the mind though, because slow and steady...she wins the race, eh?


Dudes, when I say she brings something forth with her voice...I literally mean she is channeling some other world entities like whoa. Hauntingly great.

Now when are we getting a new album, dear?



mp3: Lykke Li - Im Good, Im Gone (Fred Falke Remix)  


Metric - Black Sheep (New Song on Scott Pilgrim vs The World OST)

After last year's teribbly brilliant release, Fantasies, Metric have offered to lend a hand to the upcoming film, Scott Pilgrim vs The World...in the form of a track on the soundtrack, as well as grabbing the reins behind one of the fictional bands in the film. It's all a little more than confusing, so I'll do my best to explain below.



Edgar Wright's upcoming adaptation of Bryan Lee O'Malley's comic series, Scott Pilgrim, is due out on August 13. The music-centric underdog superhero tale is helmed by Michael Cera, with a handful of additional indie-loving actors in tow. (ex: Jason Schwarztman, Anna Kendrick and Kieran Culkin). The plot centers around Pilgrim and the girl of his dreams, whom he can only be with by defeating evil ex-boyfriends. On top of that, each character has their own band. Whew!

Which bring us to Metric. Their song, Black Sheep, is basically performed in character during the movie. See, the Canadian outfit will be handling all the music for Scott Pilgrim's fictional band The Clash at Demonhead, while their semi-sister band Broken Social Scene will be "playing" Crash and the Boys. The music for Scott Pilgrim's own band Sex Bob-omb will be provided by folk-honey, Beck.

Fans of Metric may recognize the previously-unreleased track, as the band has performed it during their live sets a handful of times over the past few years. Video here.


mp3: Metric - Black Sheep 

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