|1.||"The Other Side Of Midnight" (part 1) (17:42)|
|1.||"The Other Side Of Midnight" (part 2) (13:30)|
Having worked together on the set of 2011's Drive, Ryan Gosling has called on the services of composer Johnny Jewel for the actor's directorial debut, Lost River. We haven't seen the film yet so we can't comment on the blend between sound and cinematography, but we can tell you that this soundtrack is pure class from beginning to the end, a masterful artillery of dark ambience and atmospheric drones. The Italians Do It Better head honcho delivers two parts of "The Other Side Of Midnight", the first being a rough, heavy piece of noise metal that would satisfy any Wolf Eyes fan, while the second chapter is tamer, more submerged in a layer of deep, ethereal pads and subaqueous synths. All in all, compared to the rest of Hollywood's current musical output, this is totally killer - and totally recommended.
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