NOTE FOR NOTE MUSIC PRESENTS DOWNRANGE – ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK

DOWNRANGE The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack will be available upon its digital release on April 27th. The album features the movie’s powerful original score by Aldo ShllakuDOWNRANGE is the second collaboration between director Ryuhei Kitamura and composer Aldo Shllaku and was an official selection at the Toronto INTERNATIONAL Film Festival.  The film will be released on the premium video streaming service Shudder on April 26, 2018.

“For the melodic material a serial system was conceived with a 7 note series derived from DOWNRANGE, the title of the film.  The director and the cast was used in vocally performing letters and other interpretations of the title of the film.  This recorded material was then the source in creating additional soundscapes and other sound design effects used in the score as part of the texture and ambiance.  Weapons from the film were used as percussive instruments part of the rhythm section.  A percussive sound library was created by recording and hitting the weapons with everything imaginable, from mallets, brushes, drum stick, metal rods, etc,” says Aldo Shllaku of the score.  Hear the percussive elements in full display in the cue, “Downrange” during the End Credits of the film.

Tracklist:

  1. There Is Bullets

  2. Blood In My Hand

  3. I’ve Got Signal

  4. SUV In Neutral

  5. Sniper On Three

  6. Tool Box

  7. Target Practice

  8. Bottle Hit

  9. Happy Birthday

  10. What Are You Doing

  11. Dreamland

  12. It’s A Car

  13. Car Attack

  14. Burn It

  15. Police Shooting

  16. She’s Back

  17. Downrange

  18. Uprange

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