A few months ago I spent many hours scoring an (almost) all orchestral soundtrack for a short film called “NSFW” directed by Joseph Armario and features some great performances by Derek Waters, Marguerite Moreau, Jacob Wysocki and more (IMDB).
I had the opportunity to see the film on opening day at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT at the Eccles Theater (1200 seats!) and I can’t stress enough how amazing and beautiful the film was. It was no surprise that the movie sold to Paramount for a festival-topping 4 million dollars shortly after premiering.
Goddamn Electric Bill – Pull The Lever Scene: Jacob Driving To The Airport
Like Crazy Soundtrack – Music From The Film All The Songs From The Film
Paul Simon – “Crazy Love, Vol. II”, Dustin O’Halloran – “Opus 37″, The Ruby Suns – “Closet Astrologer”, The Mary Onettes – “Century”, M83 – “I Guess I’m Floating”, Dustin O’Halloran – “Opus 55″, Asobi Saksu – “Thursday”, The Tallest Man on Earth – “The Wild Hunt”, The Radio Dept. – “Closing Scene”, Figurine – “S.O.S. (Remix)”, Figurine – “IMpossible”, Stars – “Dead Hearts”, Fool’s Gold – “Surprise Hotel”, Goddamn Electric Bill – “Less Evil”, A Winged Victory for the Sullen – “Minuet for a Cheap Piano N. 2″, Dustin O’Halloran – “Opus 26″, Goddamn Electric Bill – “Pull the Lever”, Dustin O’Halloran – “Fragile N. 4″, J.C. Lines – “Plumb Crazy”, Dustin O’Halloran – “We Move Lightly”
It took almost two years, but the new album “Jazz” has finally been released on Pro.Con Records on February 8th, 2011! A lot of the songs were written for the movie, Douchebag, which made it to the Sundance Film Festival in 2010. Also, “Pull The Lever” (Track 2 from JAZZ) make it into the new Sundance film, Like Crazy which just sold to Paramount Pictures and won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2011 festival. This album, easily, is my favorite release to date and I’m so excited for you all to hear it! Read more
If you pre-order the new VINYL ALBUM and we all reach the goal you will become PART of the record. That’s right. Your name will live in glory, in print, in one of the limited hand-numbered vinyl records. Read more