Sony Classical will release the soundtrack album for the upcoming fantasy adventure sequel Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters. The album features the film’s original score composed by Andrew Lockington (Journey to the Center of the Earth, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island). Also included is the song I Feel Alive by IAMEVE.
The soundtrack will be released overseas on August 5, 2013. Check back on this page for the domestic release date and audio clips. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters is directed by Thor Freudenthal and stars Logan Lerman, Alexandra Daddario, Brandon T. Jackson, Jake Abel, Leven Rambin, Stanley Tucci, Sean Bean, Nathan Fillion, Anthony Head, Missi Pyle, Yvette Nicole Brown and Mary Birdsong. The movie follows Percy Jackson and his friends as they head into the Sea of Monsters to find the mythical Golden Fleece.
The film is set to be released on August 7, 2013 by 20th Century Fox. For updates on the fantasy adventure, visit the official movie website.
Here’s the album track list:
1. Thalia’s Story
2. Percy At The Lake
3. Colchis Bull
4. The Shield Is Gone
5. The Oracle’s Prophecy
6. Cursed Blade Shall Reap
7. Wild Taxi Ride
10. Onboard the Yacht
11. Wave Conjuring
12. Sea Of Monsters
13. Belly Of The Beast
14. New Coordinates
16. Thank You Brother
18. Annabeth and the Fleece
20. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters – Main Titles
21. To Feel Alive – IAMEVE
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HOLLYWOOD, CA – OCT 12- Nominations for the annual Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA) were announced today including Original Score, Original Song and Outstanding Music Supervision in Film, TV, Video Games, Commercial Ads and Movie Trailers.
The eclectic list of nominees for Original Score–Feature Film is Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross (The Social Network),Hans Zimmer (Inception), Howard Shore (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse), Tom and Andy (Resident Evil: Afterlife), Craig Armstrong (Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps), Marcelo Zarvos (Brooklyn’s Finest), Chingon (Machete) and Clint Mansell (Black Swan).
Additional music categories include Original Score for TV, Video Game and Indie/Short/Documentary and Best Song for TV, Film Video Game and Commercial Advertisement. The HMMA is also the only award show to recognize and award music supervisors for their work in TV, film, video games and movie trailers.
Nathan Barr, who won last year for Original Score-TV (True Blood), is once again nominated for his work on HBO’s cult favorite. Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, nominated last year for NBC’s “Heroes,” received a nod for their work on Showtime’s breakout hit “Nurse Jackie.” Other nominated television scores are “Hawthorne” (TNT), “Criminal Minds” (CBS), “24” (Fox) and “Sanctuary” (SyFy) composed by Andrew Lockington.
Video game composer nominees include Petri Alanko, Garry Schyman, Knut Avenstroup Haugen, Martin O’Donnell, Michael Salvatori, Tom Salta, Jesper Kyd and Jim Dooley.
Nominated music artists MoZella (Best Song –Commercial Advertisement) and Gram Rabbit (Best Song-TV Show) are two out of the seven live musical performances taking place the night of the HMMA. Other performers will be announced in the coming weeks.
A special Outstanding Career Achievement honor will be presented to film composer and educator Christopher Young (Spider-man 2 & 3, The Shipping News, Swordfish, etc.)
Music genre nominees for independent artists around the globe have also been announced and posted. For a complete list of music and visual media nominees, visit www.hmmawards.com and click on the “Honors” tab.
Composer signs on for 3rd Season of ‘Sanctuary’
Epic Art Magazine
– Dyllan Waits
“Composer Andrew Lockington (Journey To The Center of the Earth, City of Ember) has been secured to score the 3rd season of “Sanctuary”. After his industry-changing music (including songs) written for the second season of the popular TV series, it’s no surprise the show’s creator and producers were quick to ink Lockington to another 20 episodes. The composer’s tunes had such an impact on viewers that numerous blogs and websites quickly emerged devoted to the music. Rumor has it a soundtrack album may also make it’s way to itunes later this year. Fingers Crossed!
*The Blu-ray / DVD release of Sanctuary Season II is June 15th.”
Andrew Lockington has signed on to score Beat The World for Inner City Films. Beat the World is written and directed by Robert Adetuyi and is his followup to Sony Pictures’ box office hit Stomp the Yard.
The film is about three dance crews – one Latin American, one European and one Canadian – as they prepare to do battle at the International Beat the World competition in Detroit. Along the way, they struggle with gambling debt, bad break-ups and their own egos.
In the final showdown to become world champions they find that their lifelong hopes, dreams and even lives, are at stake.
The World Soundtrack Academy releases the list of nominees for the World Soundtrack Discovery 2009. The name of the winner will be announced on October 17 at the World Soundtrack Awards ceremony, the closing event of the Ghent International Film Festival
Every year the advisory board of the World Soundtrack Academy chooses a ‘Discovery of the Year’ to celebrate emerging film composing talent. Famous composers as Craig Armstrong, Michael Giacchino and Gustavo Santaolalla were discovered by the board.
The nominees for 2009 are
– Lorne Balfe for Crying with Laughter
– Jérôme Lemonnier for Demain dès l’aube
– Andrew Lockington for Journey to the Center of the Earth
– Nico Muhly for The Reader
– Atli Örvarsson for Babylon AD