I’m never on here.
The Twilight folk just recently let listeners listen to their soundtrack. You can listen to the album in all its glory here.
Now I’m not one to associate myself with anything that has to do with Twilight, nor did I ever think that I would post something about this film or even watch it but man, this is one solid soundtrack. Pretty much new material from all of the bands for the film, which sure, I’m pretty excited for new material from bands like Vampire Weekend, Metric, Muse, The Black Keys and Battles. Yo, they pulled Battles for this record. DUDE BATTLES. But this feels like some stupid marketing ploy to get us indie kids to care about the film. It’s pretty annoying.
But anyway, I think this soundtrack is worth a listen. It’s pretty legit.
YO THEY GOT NEW BATTLES.
1. Eclipse (All Yours) - Metric
2. Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever) - Muse
3. Ours - The Bravery
4. Heavy In Your Arms - Florence + The Machine
5. My Love - Sia
6. Atlas - Fanfarlo
7. Chop And Change - The Black Keys
8. Rolling In On A Burning Tire - The Dead Weather
9. Let’s Get Lost - Beck and Bat For Lashes
10. Johnathan Low - Vampire Weekend
11. You In My Head (feat. The Black Angels) - UNKLE
12. A Million Miles An Hour - Eastern Conference Campions
13. Life On Earth - Band Of Horses
14. What Part of Forever - Cee Lo Green
15. Jacob’s Theme - Howard Shore
16. The Line - Battles
17. How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep - Bombay Bicycle Club
Sally Seltmann - Heart That’s Pounding
Efterklang - Magic Chairs
Local Natives - Gorilla Manor
And of course…
Broken Social Scene - Forgiveness Rock Record
Now that Forgiveness Rock Record is out, I mostly looking forward to picking up the new National, Crystal Castles, Holy Fuck, and Flying Lotus albums and much more. I’ve said it a trillion times already, but truly, this is an amazing year for music releases.
Five years. Five years people, and just about two more weeks to go till its actual release. But if you’re antsy like me and can’t wait, you can totally stream the full album here! I already pre-ordered my copy. HAVE YOU?!
You know, I definitely wanted to work in an office cubicle when I was a kid…
This thing is actually a full working computer, for kids! Gizmodo totally lists specs for the thing. And they’re pretty much right, this thing is actually really depressing.
(View the article @ Gizmodo)
Kit is a quirky boy who loves every kind of candy imaginable. When he meets the girl of his dream, he falls madly in love. But will it last as long as an everlasting gobstopper?
Written, Directed and Edited by yours truly.
Music: “Rollerdisco” by Black Moth Super Rainbow, “Little Garcon” by Born Ruffians, “2 Atoms In A Molecule” by Noah And The Whale.
(This was the third and final video project of the second semester of the Film & Media Production program.)