Posts Tagged ‘Agatha Kaspar’

Plentiful Organs will release the first soundtrack album for the Canadian TV series Moonshine. The album features selections of the original music from the show’s first three seasons composed by Agatha Kaspar (Kodachrome, Ginny & Georgia, Copenhagen). The soundtrack will be released digitally next Friday, August 25 and will be available to stream/download on Amazon […]

Premiering tomorrow, March 1, is the NBC mystery drama Debris created by J.H. Wyman and starring Jonathan Tucker, Riann Steele, Norbert Leo Butz and Scroobius Pip. The show’s original music is composed by Raney Shockne (Queen of the South, Anger Management, The To Do List, Kevin Can Wait, The Wedding Year). The series, which revolves […]

Maisie Music Publishing has released the first song from the soundtrack for the new Netflix original series Ginny & Georgia. Available now to stream/download on all major digital music services (including Amazon) is the original song I Can Barely Breathe written by Greg Shulman and Agatha Kaspar (Kodachrome, Copenhagen) and performed by Mason Temple & Rebecca […]

Three new movies are opening nationwide this weekend: Opening in most theaters is the comedy I Feel Pretty directed by Abby Kohn & Marc Silverstein and starring Amy Schumer, Michelle Williams, Rory Scovel, Emily Ratajkowski, Aidy Bryant, Busy Phillips and Tom Hopper. The film’s original music is composed by Michael Andrews (Bridesmaids, Neighbors, Funny People). Sony Masterworks has released […]

Varese Sarabande will release a soundtrack album for the comedy drama Kodachrome. The album features the film’s original music composed by Agatha Kaspar (Copenhagen). Also included are the songs from the movie by Indians, Live, Galaxie 500, RY X and Graham Nash. The soundtrack will be released digitally on April 20, 2018 (click here to download) […]

Agatha Kaspar has taken over scoring duties on the upcoming drama Kodachrome. The film is directed by Mark Raso and stars Jason Sudeikis, Ed Harris, Elizabeth Olsen, Bruce Greenwood and Dennis Haysbert. The movie is based on the 2010 New York Time article For Kodachrome Fans, Road Ends at Photo Lab in Kansas by A.G. […]