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Don McKay (Original Motion Picture Score)

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Editors’ Notes

Writer/director Jake Goldberger weaves tragic romance, murder and a raft of small-town mysteries into an effective updating of screw-tightening Hitchcockian suspense. Yet composer Steve Bramson works masterfully against the expectations that too often dominate that genre, instead using insights gleaned from his two-generation-deep musical roots to construct a quiet, yet subtly unsettling musical score that’s much more than mere dramatic punctuation. Indeed, so evocative is Bramson’s restless musical soundtrack that it functions more like a haunting, unseen character in the film’s dramatic arc. It’s also a virtual primer on the power of musical restraint in scoring — languorous, instrumentally spare, yet persistently challenging, with a tireless, inventive ear towards textural experimentation.

Customer Reviews

Eerie and Textured, very Thomas Newman-esque

I've never heard of this composer before, but I am really liking what I'm hearing so far. This guy sounds like he is heavily influenced by Thomas Newman, which isn't a bad thing in my book. I especially like track 14 - it has lots of atonal qualities and great texture. I'll have to add this guy to my list of composers to watch, like Nico Muhly, Jeff Toyne and Josh Kramer (my new favorite). Such great music.

Don McKay (Original Motion Picture Score), Steve Bramson
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Soundtrack, Music
  • Released: May 18, 2010

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