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Nolly

Nolly
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Music by Blair Mowat

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Blair Mowat’s soundtrack to ITV’s 3-part drama series Nolly. Written and directed by BAFTA-winners Russell T Davies (Doctor Who) and Peter Hoar (It’s A Sin, The Last of Us, The Umbrella Academy), and starring Helena Bonham Carter, series tells the story of Nolly, the inimitable Noele Gordon, TV legend and Queen of the Midlands.

Nolly is a warm tribute to British television in the late 70s and early 80s. Noelle was the star and matriarch of Crossroads – soap opera that ran from the 1960s through to the end of the Eighties. The series explores her all-powerful reign, and fall from grace, starting at the twilight of her career. The Independent comments “The fact that, 40 years later, ITV is producing a lavish, star-studded primetime drama about this minor incident from soap history speaks to its cultural permeation.”

Composer Blair Mowat explains “It’s a period piece and so it felt quite fitting to take on elements of musical theatre or the lush orchestral style of classic Hollywood. Tracks such as ‘The Prime Minister’ or ‘Visiting Larry’ deliberately evoke a bygone era… Percussion is perhaps our most important instrument throughout. Russell writes so musically and his scripts have a real sense of rhythm to them. Therefore, maintaining a sense of drive and momentum for certain moments is crucial. Peter’s stylistic directing approach meant the score could have quite a lot of variation and oddness without feeling out of place. Drum kits and shakers are often combined with banjo, tuba, saxophone, jazz flute and soft vibes. You’ll find samba piano rhythms, Venetian violin solos and full swing bands juxtaposed by a lush 40-piece string orchestra – yet somehow it all hangs together through the use of musical themes and variations. That ostinato which pulls and clashes either side of Eb Major keeps us grounded throughout the journey of the score, no matter what style or instrumentation we find ourselves in.”

In the script there is a tension between the harder and softer side of Nolly and a conflict between the modern and the old. This is also apparent in Mowat’s score; the driving rhythm in tracks such a ‘Nolly Goes To War’ where propulsive swung triplets meet suspended harmonies, musically representing of a woman renowned for making her opinions known and then there’s also the much softer side to Nolly, represented by a very different theme heard in tracks such as ‘Nolly At Home’ and ‘Goodbye Nolly’.

Blair concludes “It was clear from the start this was a passion project for Russell and so it became a passion project for all of us too. We also fell in love with Noele and it became personal in honouring her memory. ‘Looking Back On Life’ was the final cue I composed and as I looked back over Noele’s life I found myself shedding a tear more than once. There aren’t many projects that have you sobbing over your piano, but this was one of them. We weren’t just making television, it felt like we were righting a wrong, and I’ll treasure the experience of being involved forever.”

Blair Mowat has composed well over two hundred scores for film, theatre and television, with clients ranging from the English National Ballet and The Royal Shakespeare Company to the likes of the BBC and ITV. He is a BAFTA nominated, 4Talent short-listed, award-winning composer with over 15 years of experience, and is consistently in high demand. His work includes Class an acclaimed 8-part Doctor Who spin-off series on BBC One, ITV’s hit show McDonald & Dodds and The Amazing Mr Blunden. Both McDonald & Dodds and The Amazing Mr Blunden were double-nominated for best Original TV Score and best Opening Titles in the Music & Sound Awards.

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Tracklist

1. Nolly Goes To War
2. Exit Cathedral Enter Rehearsal
3. The Rehearsal Room
4. Nolly At Home
5. An Affair to Remember
6. Meg Is Going To Die
7. Previously On Nolly
8. The Prime Minister
9. Undercover Operation
10. Sam Hurst
11. The Funeral
12. Visiting Larry
13. The QEII
14. Nolly’s Empty Chair
15. Vintage 70s TV Tune
16. A Bus To Catch
17. Goodbye Crossroads
18. The Stage Awaits
19. First Day At Work
20. The Theatrical Experience
21. Men
22. Nolly On Tour
23. The Reason
24. Friendship In Venice
25. Looking Back On Life
26. Goodbye Nolly


The Gold

The Gold
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Music by Simon Goff

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“Fans of the electronic works of Hildur Guðnadóttir, should find this album to be an interesting listen.” – Film Score Monthly

The Gold, Simon Goff’s synth-filled soundtrack to the intricately crafted BBC One crime drama. Boasting 5-star reviews, the superb 6-part series was created by Neil Forsyth (Guilt) and stars Hugh Bonneville, Jack Lowden, Dominic Cooper, Charlotte Spencer, Tom Cullen. Episode one was first broadcast on BBC One on Sunday, 12th February 2023, taking over the hugely popular Happy Valley’s 9pm slot and reaching 6 million viewers. The press has been unanimous in praising The Gold, with The Evening Standard labelling it as “a truly smart British crime drama with a classic feel and a knockout cast”. The Guardian calls it “riveting”, The Independent refers to it as “True alchemy” and The New Statesmen dubs it “Outstandingly enjoyable TV”.

The story is based on the largest heist in world history, the Brink’s-Mat robbery at Heathrow airport in 1983. Six armed robbers attempted to steal £1 million in foreign currency and ended up coming away with £26 million in gold bullion. This isn’t the story of a heist, but of what happened next.

Composer Simon Goff creates a dazzling, evolving sound that binds together and manipulates technology and acoustic instruments. He explains – “The initial idea for the soundtrack to The Gold came about after talking to director Aneil Karia about the different character lines running through the script. Just as the series dives into the grey between moral worlds in 1980’s London, I took the score as an opportunity to dive more into the grey between acoustic and electronic sound worlds. The pulsing synthesisers are a homage to the greats that pioneered the way in that era, while the broken strings represent the underbelly of high-class society and the distorted purity that it poses as… The score is meant as a third line in the narrative, allowing the direction and script atmospheric space to exist in while also propelling forward when needed. The pulses, textures, rhythms and melodies are entwined together just as are the narratives within the storytelling. There is no clear distinction between worlds, only one that engulfs all.”

As a composer, producer and violinist, Simon Goff has worked with some of the world’s most acclaimed musicians, including Academy Award-winning composer Hildur Guðnadóttir on Joker and Chernobyl – both of which earned him Grammy Awards, as well as Jóhann Jóhansson, Apparat and Katie Melua amongst many others. As a violinist, Simon performed internationally at the Funkhaus (Berlin) the South Bank Centre (London), Elbphilharmonie (Hamburg) and CTM Festival (Berlin).

In April 2021, Simon released his debut album Vale through Berlin label 7K!. There is a dazzling exploration of the interface between violin and technology and between the poles of intimacy and grandeur, as rich and deep and wide, as the landscape that lies at its heart, the Vale of York, where Goff grew up. The album also encapsulates a place in time and an identity forged through youth and adulthood, all viewed from Goff’s current base in Berlin. Quietus calls the album “remarkable… a statement of both awe and intent”, whilst singer Katie Melua comments, “I found it musically truly exquisite, like it was lifting me up, it was just completely changing my mood and the sounds felt very much like you were inside the orchestra… it’s difficult in classical music to get the violin to sound so gritty.”

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Tracklist

1. Heist
2. I Can Be A King
3. Chase
4. Burying the Past
5. Proceed with Caution
6. Smelting
7. The Consequences Are Mine
8. The Gallery
9. Taking the Stand
10. Pursuit
11. The Boy You Were
12. The Gold


Crossfire

Crossfire
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Music by Nainita Desai

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Nainita Desai’s soundtrack to BBC One Thriller Crossfire. Starring Bodyguard and Line of Duty star Keeley Hawes, this three-part high-octane drama follows the story of Jo (Hawes) and her family and friends, as their world turns upside down by a terrorist attack on the holiday complex where they are staying. Gripping and powerful, Crossfire features complicated characters that feel real. This is a story of survival and resilience, with fearless women at the centre. Starring along Keeley Hawes are Josette Simon (Small Axe, Riviera), Anneika Rose (Deadwater Fell, Line Of Duty), Lee Ingleby (The A Word, The Serpent Queen), Daniel Ryan (The Bay, Home Fires) and Vikash Bhai (The Stranger, Limbo). The 3 -part series is currently available to view on BBC iPlayer.

Nainita’s soundtrack exists in the space where sound design and orchestral score meet with the intimate and beautiful melodic motifs scattered amongst the sound waves. The music comes from within the environment. Sound effects have meaning and are part of the score. Nainita manipulates and integrates the sounds of the surroundings into the music. For Jo’s running up and down corridors she uses Keeley Hawes’s recorded breath, both for fear and as a visceral immersive up-close feeling of tension. Nainita also restrains rhythms and pulses and replaces strings with reed instruments to further deepen the experience of discomfort and disorientation.

Nainita explains “The brief for the score from the team was that they wanted the audience to ‘feel’ the score rather than ‘hear’ the score; not to push the story but to enhance the feeling that was already there; to never over dramatize the story but for the experience to be almost documentary like in places”.

Nainita Desai is an Emmy and Royal Television Society award winning composer best known for her Oscar nominated and BAFTA and Cannes winning feature documentary For Sama, and Sundance and BIFA winning feature The Reason I Jump. Other recent credits include BBC drama Maryland, Bafta nominated American Murder, ITV crime drama series The Tower (Mammoth Screen; Gemma Whelan), as well as Netflix hit 14 Peaks : Nothing Is Impossible (exec: Jimmy Chinn), Predators for Sky/Netflix, and acclaimed Interactive film-game Immortality. Film4 labelled her as one of the top 5 “composers of 2020 who should be on your radar” and Mark Kermode, the UK’s leading film critic placed her score for The Reason I Jump in the Top 3 film scores of 2021 with Empire Magazine championing her as one of the “5 film composers to watch out for 2022”.

Also available on Silva Screen Records are Nainita Desai’s scores for BBC ITV’s The Tower and the widely acclaimed British–Romanian nature documentary Untamed Romania.

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Tracklist
1. Crossfire Main Titles
2. Face-Off
3. Secret Plans
4. Look Inside
5. In The Basement
6. Swimming Pool Shooting
7. Chasing Corridors
8. The Beach
9. Knives and Guns
10. What Could Be
11. Rooftop Heat
12. Internal Decisions
13. Sinking Disappointment
14. Kitchen Kaos
15. Hostages
16. Hot Pursuit
17. I’m Glad We Did
18. Reliving The Moment
19. Unthinkable
20. Talk Down
21. Brave Heroes
22. Back Home


His Dark Materials Series 3: Episodes 7 & 8

His Dark Materials Series 3 Episodes 7 and 8
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Music by Lorne Balfe

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Original television soundtrack to His Dark Materials Series 3: Episodes 7 & 8.

Philip Pullman’s award-winning trilogy is considered a modern masterpiece of imaginative fiction and has sold over 18 million copies worldwide. His Dark Materials series two launched in the UK with over 5.8 million viewers on BBC One and, to date, both series have been requested over 30 million times on BBC iPlayer, with numbers increasing throughout series two.

The show’s third and final season is based on Philip Pullman’s The Amber Spyglass, the third book in the author’s His Dark Materials trilogy. The series will be released globally through HBO on 5th December 2022, and will air 2 episodes weekly, with the 2-episode season 3 finale airing on 26th December 2022. In the UK the series will be showing on BBC One from 18th December 2022 and will be available to stream on BBC iPlayer.

The music for the entire trilogy is composed by Lorne Balfe. Music for His Dark Materials Series One and Two received favourable reviews with the NME praising Lorne’s work- “the show’s elegant score is awash with spellbinding themes and beautifully twisted backdrops comparable to some of Howard Shore’s work on the Lord Of The Rings trilogy. Without it, one of the most exciting show’s in recent years would be very different”. Movie Wave calls it “easily the best episodic tv music I’ve heard in a very long time” and Soundtrack World refers to it as “gorgeous”.

Lorne Balfe (Mission Impossible: Fallout, The Lego Batman Movie, Churchill) is a Grammy Award winning, EMMY and BAFTA nominated composer. Whether on an impossible mission, the heartbreak of the Queen, the perils of the cape crusade or the soul of a genius, Lorne Balfe creates a musical voice that reflects the characters and the stories that embody them. Originally from Inverness, Scotland, Balfe has created music in virtually all genres and for all visual media with projects ranging from major studio to independent films, tentpole video game franchises, beloved animated feature films, critically acclaimed television series, and documentary features.

His Dark Materials Series Three is produced by Bad Wolf in association with New Line Cinema for BBC One and HBO.

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Tracklist
1. A Call To Arms 5:41
2. Resolve 3:24
3. Divine Retribution 2:10
4. War Room 2:55
5. All Is Lost 3:47
6. Into The Abyss 2:59
7. The Aftermath 3:15
8. Young Love 3:02
9. The Serpent’s Story 4:14
10. To Touch Another 2:24
11. Parting Ways 2:18
12. The Horror of War 4:05
13. Until The Day I Die 3:47
14. Every Year 2:03
15. To Be Close To You 3:46


His Dark Materials Series 3: Episodes 5 & 6

His Dark Materials Series 3 Episodes 5 and 6
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Music by Lorne Balfe

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Original television soundtrack to His Dark Materials Series 3: Episodes 5 & 6. The third digital album release from series 3, with another album instalment to follow – on 27th December, Episode 7 & 8.

Philip Pullman’s award-winning trilogy is considered a modern masterpiece of imaginative fiction and has sold over 18 million copies worldwide. His Dark Materials series two launched in the UK with over 5.8 million viewers on BBC One and, to date, both series have been requested over 30 million times on BBC iPlayer, with numbers increasing throughout series two.

The show’s third and final season is based on Philip Pullman’s The Amber Spyglass, the third book in the author’s His Dark Materials trilogy. The series will be released globally through HBO on 5th December 2022, and will air 2 episodes weekly, with the 2-episode season 3 finale airing on 26th December 2022. In the UK the series will be showing on BBC One from 18th December 2022 and will be available to stream on BBC iPlayer.

The music for the entire trilogy is composed by Lorne Balfe. Music for His Dark Materials Series One and Two received favourable reviews with the NME praising Lorne’s work- “the show’s elegant score is awash with spellbinding themes and beautifully twisted backdrops comparable to some of Howard Shore’s work on the Lord Of The Rings trilogy. Without it, one of the most exciting show’s in recent years would be very different”. Movie Wave calls it “easily the best episodic tv music I’ve heard in a very long time” and Soundtrack World refers to it as “gorgeous”.

Lorne Balfe (Mission Impossible: Fallout, The Lego Batman Movie, Churchill) is a Grammy Award winning, EMMY and BAFTA nominated composer. Whether on an impossible mission, the heartbreak of the Queen, the perils of the cape crusade or the soul of a genius, Lorne Balfe creates a musical voice that reflects the characters and the stories that embody them. Originally from Inverness, Scotland, Balfe has created music in virtually all genres and for all visual media with projects ranging from major studio to independent films, tentpole video game franchises, beloved animated feature films, critically acclaimed television series, and documentary features.

His Dark Materials Series Three is produced by Bad Wolf in association with New Line Cinema for BBC One and HBO.

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Tracklist
1. New Surroundings 3:39
2. Where Are You 2:12
3. The Amber Spyglass 3:41
4. Don’t Be Afraid 3:15
5. The Porter’s Key 2:26
6. An Old Friend 2:08
7. The Lock is the Key 2:58
8. The Zealous 2:40
9. Explosive Exit 2:22
10. Warmth in Cold Places 2:46
11. Gracious Wings 2:15
12. Serafina’s Entrance 2:41
13. Father and Son 2:16
14. Reconciliation 3:25
15. Cause and Effect 2:31
16. Reunion 2:48
17. A New After 5:24


Doctor Who Series 13: The Power of the Doctor

The Power of the Doctor
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Music by Segun Akinola

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The eagerly awaited Doctor Who Series 13: The Specials. Comprised of 3 digital volumes – Eve Of The Daleks, Legend of the Sea Devils and The Power Of The Doctor.

The 2022 Doctor Who specials are the three additional episodes that follow the programme’s thirteenth series. The first special, Eve Of The Daleks, aired on 1 January 2022, the second, Legend of the Sea Devils, aired on 17 April and the third, The Power Of The Doctor on 23 October. They are the final episodes to feature Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor. The specials also star Mandip Gill and John Bishop as the Doctor’s travelling companions, Yasmin Khan and Dan Lewis. Chris Chibnall is the showrunner and the writer. All Series 13 episodes, together with the 3 specials, are currently available to watch on BBC iPlayer in the UK.

Chris Chibnall reflects on Segun’s work – “How do I sum up Segun’s contribution to ‘Doctor Who’, and the Thirteenth Doctor’s era, in a few words?… I only need one: brilliant! Segun made the show’s musical landscape wide-ranging, specific and authentic. The scores for these three Specials illustrate that breadth perfectly. From the witty but emotional jazz-infused chamber piece of Eve Of The Daleks, through the beautiful and powerful use of traditional Chinese instrumentation in Legend Of The Sea Devils, culminating with The Power of The Doctor: a fitting climax to Segun’s work on the show – bringing together so many of the fabulous themes he’s created: from Daleks and Cybermen to the Master, Yaz, and the Thirteenth Doctor’s wondrous heroic and emotive theme.”

Segun scored Sundance 2019 favourite The Last Tree, which was also recorded at Abbey Road Studios. This is Segun’s second feature film collaboration with director Shola Amoo after A Moving Image, and it earned him a Discovery of the Year award nomination at the World Soundtrack Awards. A BAFTA Breakthrough Brit 2017, Segun’s other work includes scoring BBC Two’s landmark four-part series Black and British: A Forgotten History.

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Tracklist

01. You Shall Not Disrupt Our Mission
02. We Should Go In
03. Why Would I Ever Trust You?
04. Dealing with Multiple Somethings
05. Magnificent Attention to Detail
06. A Calculated Risk
07. Say Hello to My Friends
08. I Am The Doctor
09. We Are Not Finished
10. What’s The Plan?
11. Reunite
12. All Hands On Deck
13. Activate Everything
14. She’s The Doctor


His Dark Materials Series 3: Episodes 3 & 4

His Dark Materials Series 3 Episodes 3 and 4
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Music by Lorne Balfe

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Original television soundtrack to His Dark Materials Series 3: Episodes 3 & 4. The second digital album release from series 3, with another 2 album instalments to follow – on 20th December, Episodes 5 & 6 and on 27th December, Episode 7 & 8.

Philip Pullman’s award-winning trilogy is considered a modern masterpiece of imaginative fiction and has sold over 18 million copies worldwide. His Dark Materials series two launched in the UK with over 5.8 million viewers on BBC One and, to date, both series have been requested over 30 million times on BBC iPlayer, with numbers increasing throughout series two.

The show’s third and final season is based on Philip Pullman’s The Amber Spyglass, the third book in the author’s His Dark Materials trilogy. The series will be released globally through HBO on 5th December 2022, and will air 2 episodes weekly, with the 2-episode season 3 finale airing on 26th December 2022. In the UK the series will be showing on BBC One from 18th December 2022 and will be available to stream on BBC iPlayer.

The music for the entire trilogy is composed by Lorne Balfe. Music for His Dark Materials Series One and Two received favourable reviews with the NME praising Lorne’s work- “the show’s elegant score is awash with spellbinding themes and beautifully twisted backdrops comparable to some of Howard Shore’s work on the Lord Of The Rings trilogy. Without it, one of the most exciting show’s in recent years would be very different”. Movie Wave calls it “easily the best episodic tv music I’ve heard in a very long time” and Soundtrack World refers to it as “gorgeous”.

Lorne Balfe (Mission Impossible: Fallout, The Lego Batman Movie, Churchill) is a Grammy Award winning, EMMY and BAFTA nominated composer. Whether on an impossible mission, the heartbreak of the Queen, the perils of the cape crusade or the soul of a genius, Lorne Balfe creates a musical voice that reflects the characters and the stories that embody them. Originally from Inverness, Scotland, Balfe has created music in virtually all genres and for all visual media with projects ranging from major studio to independent films, tentpole video game franchises, beloved animated feature films, critically acclaimed television series, and documentary features.

His Dark Materials Series Three is produced by Bad Wolf in association with New Line Cinema for BBC One and HBO.

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Tracklist
1. The Legend 2:28
2. Broken 2:56
3. Pomp and Ceremony 2:36
4. Smithing 2:51
5. A Knife 2:44
6. Peace and Warmth 2:10
7. Of Cardinal Importance 2:40
8. Rest and Rehabilitation 2:14
9. Mulefas 1:57
10. Exits Barred 3:16
11. Separation 3:36
12. Excuses 2:40
13. Delicate Diplomacy 3:11
14. Ulterior Motives 2:40
15. Space to Breathe 3:02
16. I Love You 2:31


Doctor Who Series 13: Legend of the Sea Devils

Legend of the Sea Devils
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Music by Segun Akinola

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The eagerly awaited Doctor Who Series 13: The Specials. Comprised of 3 digital volumes – Eve Of The Daleks, Legend of the Sea Devils and The Power Of The Doctor.

The 2022 Doctor Who specials are the three additional episodes that follow the programme’s thirteenth series. The first special, Eve Of The Daleks, aired on 1 January 2022, the second, Legend of the Sea Devils, aired on 17 April and the third, The Power Of The Doctor on 23 October. They are the final episodes to feature Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor. The specials also star Mandip Gill and John Bishop as the Doctor’s travelling companions, Yasmin Khan and Dan Lewis. Chris Chibnall is the showrunner and the writer. All Series 13 episodes, together with the 3 specials, are currently available to watch on BBC iPlayer in the UK.

Chris Chibnall reflects on Segun’s work – “How do I sum up Segun’s contribution to ‘Doctor Who’, and the Thirteenth Doctor’s era, in a few words?… I only need one: brilliant! Segun made the show’s musical landscape wide-ranging, specific and authentic. The scores for these three Specials illustrate that breadth perfectly. From the witty but emotional jazz-infused chamber piece of Eve Of The Daleks, through the beautiful and powerful use of traditional Chinese instrumentation in Legend Of The Sea Devils, culminating with The Power of The Doctor: a fitting climax to Segun’s work on the show – bringing together so many of the fabulous themes he’s created: from Daleks and Cybermen to the Master, Yaz, and the Thirteenth Doctor’s wondrous heroic and emotive theme.”

Segun scored Sundance 2019 favourite The Last Tree, which was also recorded at Abbey Road Studios. This is Segun’s second feature film collaboration with director Shola Amoo after A Moving Image, and it earned him a Discovery of the Year award nomination at the World Soundtrack Awards. A BAFTA Breakthrough Brit 2017, Segun’s other work includes scoring BBC Two’s landmark four-part series Black and British: A Forgotten History.

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Tracklist

01. You Have No Idea What You’re Doing
02. Catching a Whopper
03. Pirate Queen
04. Who Wants to Be Next?
05. Celestial Navigation
06. Going Up
07. Say Hello to My Crew
08. This Is Gonna Be Tricky
09. A Good Legend


Missile From The East

Missile From The East
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Music by Benji Merrison and Will Slater

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Benji Merrison and Will Slater’s soundtrack to the 90-minute feature documentary Missile From The East. The film follows the true story of Ernst Degner, a champion East German motorcycle racer who risked his and his family’s life to defect to West Germany during the Swedish Grand Prix in 1961, taking MZ’s groundbreaking engine technology with him and helping Suzuki win its first Grand Prix Championship. For this intriguing documentary, Merrison and Slater created an exciting score that pulsates with exhilarating synth ostinatos, soaring strings and scattered tune fragments carried by strings and electric piano. Opening with synth ostinatos and gradually shifting into mellow soundscapes, the score resolves in the beautiful closing track Degner’s World, a tranquil piano piece.

Acclaimed multi-disciplinary music masters, Benji Merrison and Will Slater are now creating sounds for the screen together calling upon their collective experience from a music and arts education, work producing and touring records, as well composing for Film & TV. Their working partnership started when they were commissioned to score the popular BBC David Attenborough series _Dynasties_ in 2018, for which they received nominations from the IFMCA and News and Documentary Emmys, followed by Meerkat – A Dynasties Special and The Green Planet. Benji is an award-winning classically trained composer and a skilled music producer and engineer. His distinctive musical voice is in high demand, and he is known for SAS: Red Notice (for which he received the World Soundtrack Award), Forces of Nature with Brian Cox, Dynasties, General Magic and The Beatles and India. Will Slater has been composing for television for close to 20 years and his extensive CV includes the RTS winning score Africa, Planet Earth Live, Dynasties, Shark and One Strange Rock.

Currently available on Silva Screen Records are Benji Merrison and Will Slater’s soundtracks The Green Planet, Dynasties and Meerkat – A Dynasties Special and Benji Merrison’s scores for highly acclaimed General Magic and The Beatles And India.

Missile From The East is the Winner of the Golden Palm at the 22nd Beverly Hills Film Festival. Commissioned by SKY Documentary, the film premiered on Sky HD and is currently available to buy and stream on TV+, Amazon and NOWTV.

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Tracklist
1. Change The World 2:20
2. Another World 4:59
3. Monza 3:42
4. Degner’s Childhood 2:43
5. Becoming World Champion 4:25
6. MZ Workshop 3:18
7. Ferry Boat to Freedom 2:14
8. An Addiction 2:10
9. Extreme System 5:00
10. Clifftop Meeting 3:54
11. House of Cards 3:27
12. Gerda’s Defection 3:34
13. Odd Jobs 2:49
14. A Good Actor 1:45
15. Degner’s World 2:07


His Dark Materials Series 3: Episodes 1 & 2

His Dark Materials Series 3 Episodes 1 and 2
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Music by Lorne Balfe

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Original television soundtrack to His Dark Materials Series 3: Episodes 1 & 2. The first digital album release from series 3, with another 3 album instalments to follow – on 13th December, Episodes 3 & 4, on 20th December, Episodes 5 & 6 and on 27th December, Episode 7 & 8.

Philip Pullman’s award-winning trilogy is considered a modern masterpiece of imaginative fiction and has sold over 18 million copies worldwide. His Dark Materials series two launched in the UK with over 5.8 million viewers on BBC One and, to date, both series have been requested over 30 million times on BBC iPlayer, with numbers increasing throughout series two.

The show’s third and final season is based on Philip Pullman’s The Amber Spyglass, the third book in the author’s His Dark Materials trilogy. The series will be released globally through HBO on 5th December 2022, and will air 2 episodes weekly, with the 2-episode season 3 finale airing on 26th December 2022. In the UK the series will be showing on BBC One from 18th December 2022 and will be available to stream on BBC iPlayer.

The music for the entire trilogy is composed by Lorne Balfe. Music for His Dark Materials Series One and Two received favourable reviews with the NME praising Lorne’s work- “the show’s elegant score is awash with spellbinding themes and beautifully twisted backdrops comparable to some of Howard Shore’s work on the Lord Of The Rings trilogy. Without it, one of the most exciting show’s in recent years would be very different”. Movie Wave calls it “easily the best episodic tv music I’ve heard in a very long time” and Soundtrack World refers to it as “gorgeous”.

Lorne Balfe (Mission Impossible: Fallout, The Lego Batman Movie, Churchill) is a Grammy Award winning, EMMY and BAFTA nominated composer. Whether on an impossible mission, the heartbreak of the Queen, the perils of the cape crusade or the soul of a genius, Lorne Balfe creates a musical voice that reflects the characters and the stories that embody them. Originally from Inverness, Scotland, Balfe has created music in virtually all genres and for all visual media with projects ranging from major studio to independent films, tentpole video game franchises, beloved animated feature films, critically acclaimed television series, and documentary features.

His Dark Materials Series Three is produced by Bad Wolf in association with New Line Cinema for BBC One and HBO.

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Tracklist
1. Dark Materials: Between the Worlds 1:34
2. Chapters 1:50
3. Find Her 2:47
4. A Lighter Side 3:06
5. The King 3:18
6. Drive and Purpose 2:38
7. Wings to Follow 2:06
8. A Garden for Lyra 2:04
9. Under His Eye 2:15
10. Danger by the Shore 3:12
11. The Best Laid Plans 4:02
12. A Mother’s Protection 2:11
13. The Rescue 2:14
14. Bring Him the Bearer 2:01
15. The Cardinal Rule 3:09
16. Dream of a Friend 3:14
17. Compromised 2:29
18. Safe in Your Arms