Season 2 Premieres globally on Netflix on Friday 25th March, view the trailer here
Capitol Records will release two volumes of music from season two of Bridgerton on Friday 25th March, coinciding with the return of the Netflix and Shondaland series. In keeping with the tradition of Julia Quinn’s novels, season two tells the romance story of Lord Anthony Bridgerton’s quest for love. Bridgerton comes to Netflix from Shondaland and is executive produced byShonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers, Tom Verica and Chris Van Dusen. Van Dusen, who also served as creator and showrunner, tapped music supervisor Justin Kamps and composer Kris Bowers for music that infuses the period drama with a modern sensibility.
RELEASED DIGITALLY VIA DECCA RECORDS ON 18TH MARCH 2022LISTEN HERE
Decca Records putts a hole in one with the release of the official soundtrack to inspiring, joyous comedy drama The Phantom of the Open, available digitally from 18th March.
The beautifully emotive, orchestral score is written by Mercury KX’s award-winning composer, artist and musician Isobel Waller-Bridge (Munich – The Edge of War, Emma, Fleabag, Black Mirror). Yet again, Waller-Bridge captures the essence of the drama through music, with recurring motifs and stirring strings, guiding you seamlessly through the film’s emotional highs and lows.
Just when you thought The Greatest Showman hype was slowing down and going away they are making sure we don’t quite forget about it yet. A new soundtrack is coming called Reimagined with many different pop stars getting the chance to be part of it. Some of the choices are a little bit strange and half of them I have never even heard of.
The world’s first Architectural Projection Mapping to incorporate live footage was staged at Rochester Castle in Kent.
The amazing stunt was produced by Seeper and included AC/DC and Iron Man 2 iconogaphy. Three seven-minute visual displays were shown between 9 and 10pm – and as the footage shows it really was immense!
I have totally been in love with this song since hearing it for the first time a couple of weeks ago now. I thought Adam Lambert should have won American Idol, he really does have a fantastic voice. Now doing a song for movie “2012”, Time For Miracles, with clips from the movie in the video. I just love this song and think its brilliant. I am thinking maybe sometimes it is best not to win American Idol? This from a runner up, is fantastic. If only the X-Factor had talent like this eh?