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"The Neon Demon" Soundtrack Signing at Amoeba Hollywood & Premiere Tickets

Posted by Amoebite, June 9, 2016 08:14pm | Post a Comment

The Neon Demon

In celebration of the release of director Nicolas Winding Refn provocative horror-thriller, The Neon Demon, and it's soundtrack, Amoeba Music brings your two exciting events.

On June 30th at 6pm, Amoeba Hollywood welcomes Nicolas Winding Refn and composer Cliff Martinez The Neon Demon Soundtrackfor a signing of The Neon Demon soundtrack. Purchase your copy on gorgeous double-vinyl or CD that day at Amoeba to attend this event. More info HERE.

Amazon Studios and Amoeba Music invite you to attend the red carpet premiere of The Neon Demon at the Arclight Cineramadome in Hollywood on June 14th at 9pm. Tickets guarantee admission and will be given out on a first come, first served basis beginning at noon on June 14th at Amoeba Hollywood (while supplies last). Please note that this is the premiere, so dress to impress!

The Neon Demon stars Elle Fanning, Jena Malone, Christina Hendricks, and Keanu Reeves, and opens in theaters on June 24. The films follows Jesse (Fanning), a starry-eyed sixteen-year-old who comes to Los Angeles with dreams of becoming a runway model. Lying about her age in order to score gigs, she struggles to claw her way up the ladder of Hollywood’s cutthroat modeling industry. Her career takes a turn when she befriends snarky makeup artist Ruby (Malone), who plugs her into the city’s nightclub scene, introducing her to Gigi and Sarah, two model friends in their early twenties who are already becoming yesterday’s news. But as Jesse’s star rises, her virgin innocence attracts jealous eyes, making her vulnerable to violence...
 

Best of a Rapid Decade: One per year plus a few too good to not mention...

Posted by Mark Beaver, January 6, 2010 04:00pm | Post a Comment

In recently trying to fill in a friend on what I'd spent the last year or two listening to, I realized that my personal taste tends to gravitate towards some element of either Folk form (any hint of hill-folk finger-pickin' or Ozark/Appalachian melancholy and I'm in), Psychedelia or the tendency to extend a theme for a good long jam (a category in which I include a lot of the Jazz that I like), or just a great, funky groove.

With those qualifiers in place, the following is a year by year review of the last decade which somehow got past me with out noticing it. I mean, really?!! 2010?!!!  I didn't see it coming: 

2000: Album of the Year

Air's enjoyable and wacky Moon Safari had been on the decks for a couple years before they contracted for the soundtrack to Sofia Coppolla's Virgin Suicides. The resultant score is absolutely sublime and marked the French electronauts as contenders to watch.

For myself, it was the defining sound of the millennium's new year.
















Shelby Lynne released a killer country-soul gem, I Am Shelby Lynne, that echoed early material from the likes of Bonnie Raitt. Thinking that it was a brilliant debut from a talented 32yo unknown, I was eventually shocked to find that it was her 6th album. I listened to it for months.

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