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Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow

Men (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

    Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow's score to Alex Garland's "MEN", now available on vinyl after previously being released digitally. Salisbury and Barrow craft an unsettling, haunting, vocal-driven score. Available on translucent green vinyl or black vinyl, housed in a deluxe spined sleeve with digital download card included. Salisbury and Barrow scored Garland’s previous work, Ex Machina, Annihilation and Devs. They are also known for their work with Ben Wheatley, Archive 81, Black Mirror and HANNA soundtracks, as well as their electronic record DROKK: Music Inspired By Mega-City One. A film written and directed by Alex Garland, Men stars Jessie Buckley, Rory Kinnear, EMMY-nominated Paapa Essiedu and Gayle Rankin.


    A Country Walk
    Tunnel Escape
    The Green Man
    Fuck This
    The Church
    Runaway / Crash
    The Tip Of A Blade
    Brute Blood
    Hide And Seek

    Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow

    Archive 81 (Soundtrack From The Netflix Series)

      Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow are known for their scores for the Ivor Novello Award winning ‘Ex Machina’ and ‘Devs’, along with their work on ‘Annihilation’, ‘Free Fire’, ‘HANNA’ and more.

      Inspired by the popular podcast of the same name, ‘Archive 81’ depicts the life of a man who comes across videotapes full of a mysterious woman’s adventures in an even more mysterious apartment building. What seemed to be an ordinary job turns into a nightmare as the strange creature that took the woman’s life in the past seems to have found a way back to him 25 years in the future.


      Archive 81 - Titles
      The Visser Ritual
      Tape Cleaning
      Losing Track Of Time
      Jess Opens Up
      Journey To The Compound
      Ghost Story / Cracking The Code
      Someone In There
      The Greenstone Totem
      Dan’s Theme
      I’m A Spirit Receiver
      Church Seizure / The Compound
      The Cult Of Kaelego
      A Connection Through Time
      Tamara’s Opera
      Dan’s First Lucid Dream
      I Need To Find Her
      Pep Talk
      Going Rogue
      Fucking Smothering Me
      The Ritual Space Recreated
      Song Of The Otherworld
      What Are You Playing?
      Stay Out
      Archive 81 - Credits

      Archive 81 - Titles
      The Visser Ritual
      Tape Cleaning
      Losing Track Of Time
      Jess Opens Up
      Journey To The Compound
      The Greenstone Totem
      Dan’s First Lucid Dream
      Song Of The Otherworld
      Someone In There
      Dan’s Theme
      Tamara’s Opera
      I Need To Find Her
      The Ritual Space Recreated
      Stay Out
      Archive 81 - Credits

      Ben Salisbury, The Insects, Geoff Barrow

      Devs (Original Series Score)

        This is the original score to Devs by Ben Salisbury, The Insects and Geoff Barrow. It includes all 37 tracks from the stunning score. Ben Salisbury says, "As with all of Alex's projects, we started working on ideas for the music after reading the scripts, and as well as being blown away by the material, we knew the music would need to reflect the strong religious thread that runs through story, and that we would need a number of developing themes that had a warped devotional vibe to them. But the music also needed to work with the thriller and tension side of things and the moments of outright horror, as well as sitting alongside the sheer beauty and scale of the amazing cinematography and set design. Crucially, the score also had to reflect and emphasise the human and emotional aspects of a story that is ultimately about grief and love.”


        Stranger Danger
        Amaya Corporation
        Entering Devs / The Machine
        Stealing The Code
        Two Concurrent States (Plainsong Part 2)
        Were You Listening?
        You're Fired
        Amaya's Theme (Version 1)
        The Visualisation Chamber
        Reporting A Crime
        All Possible Worlds
        I'm A Tank
        Specifically You
        Crash No Crash
        Stay In My Bed
        Object Input
        All Buddies Now
        Keep Extrapolating
        Someone Crazy
        Ad Infinitum Ad Nauseam
        You Were Counting In Russian
        Cause And Effect
        The Universe Is Deterministic (Plainsong Part 3)
        The Day Will Break
        The Second Coming
        Your System Breaks
        This Is Where You Say Goodbye
        Amaya's Theme (Version 2)

        Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow

        Luce: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

        ‘Luce: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack’, featuring original score by Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow (‘Annihilation’) stars Naomi Watts, Octavia Spencer, Tim Roth and Kelvin Harrison, Jr. Stacked with amazing performances and adapted from JC Lee’s acclaimed play, director Julius Onah has created an intense, multi-layered and deeply entertaining look at identity in today’s America.

        Certain to be one of the most talked-about films of the year, ‘Luce’ is a smart psychological thriller that will leave audiences breathless.

        Says Ben Salisbury: “The script for ‘Luce’ had such an impact on us, that we not only jumped at the chance to be involved, but also immediately came up with a theme for Luce himself. This was one of those rare occasions where our very first response, informed by Julius Onah’s incredibly strong vision, ended up being the catalyst for the whole score.

        The music is predominately performed on church organ, which seemed the ideal instrument to provide the sort of ‘cold emotion’ that was often required, and could also be used to build tension and contribute to the general sense of unease."

        "It was a real privilege to be involved in a film where the drama is so nuanced, and the character allegiances and emotions are constantly shifting. When a film purposefully asks difficult questions, and doesn’t attempt to provide easy answers, you are obliged as composers, to leave the musical ‘sledgehammer’ alone. This is often a very good thing!”


        Luce’s Theme
        Goodnight Amy
        Breakdown Aftermath
        Luce’s Theme (Reprise)
        Everything’s Fine
        Speech To No-one
        You Can’t Run From Blood
        Amy Follows Luce
        We Are Done Here
        Try Again
        Luce’s Theme (Coda)
        End Credits (Skyhooker Mix)
        Luce’s Theme (St. Mary Redcliffe)
        You Can’t Run From
        Blood (St. Mary Redcliffe)

        Geoff Barrow, Ben Salisbury & Various Artists

        HANNA: Season 1 (Music From The Amazon Original Series)

          Invada Records and Lakeshore Records announce the release of the soundtrack to Amazon Prime’s ‘HANNA: Season 1’ on vinyl.

          Pressed on white double vinyl housed in a deluxe gatefold sleeve.

          For the first time, composers Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow were able to put together a team of musicians to work together to form a collaborative score for the whole series.

          The soundtrack consists of tracks by Karen O and Beak>, plus an original score by Ben Salisbury, Geoff Barrow, The Insects, Simon Ashdown and Yann McCullough.

          “Because of the size of the ‘HANNA’ series, we had the opportunity to bring our own team of artists and composers. The producers had already contacted the amazing Karen O whose song ‘Anti-Lullaby’ formed a theme that was continued throughout the series. It was also great to work with our friends The Insects (Massive Attack co writers Bob Locke & Tim Norfolk), Simon Ashdown and music editor turned composer Yann McCullough” - Geoff Barrow

          Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ singer Karen-O’s wandering, ominous ‘Anti-Lullaby’ appears on the soundtrack along with her Goth rendition of Smashing Pumpkin’s ‘Bullet With Butterfly Wings’, with Beak>’s ‘Wulfstan II’ appropriately closing the album.

          The score for ‘HANNA: Season 1’ features layers of manipulated organic elements which composer Ben Salisbury describes thusly: “The score for the series was mainly inspired by the character of Hanna herself, and her forest upbringing. Even though the music is sometimes processed, it is always based on something real and organic rather than pure electronics. We often used layers of woodwind instruments (including some fairly unusual ethnic flutes and pipes) as a way of linking Hanna to the natural world in which she was brought up, and also to try and capture her fierce animal spirit and her sense of wonder as she experiences the ‘new world’ beyond the forest.” - Ben Salisbury


          We Have Heller
          Anti-Lullaby (Karen O)
          Escaping The Hotel
          The Ghost Of Her Mother
          Relentless / Forest
          Bullet With Butterfly Wings (Karen O)
          Berlin Night Drive
          Always Hunted
          Eric's Theme
          Sensing Danger
          A Cornered Animal
          Marisa Held Hostage
          Eric Leaves Hanna
          Nice Paris Life
          Runway Ambush
          Wulfstan II (Beak>)

          Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury

          DROKK: Music Inspired By Mega-City One

            After being completely sold out on vinyl, Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury’s "DROKK: Music Inspired By Mega-City One" has been reissued as a special edition on double LP with beautiful new bespoke packaging and bonus material. This incredible new package is designed by Marc Bessant and features a spined ‘sombre grey’ outer sleeve with deboss and die-cut revealing the reverse board inner sleeve and vinyl label.

            "DROKK" is a synth heavy score with a relentless darkness, a cold atmosphere where the tension never drops. Although it is a soundtrack of sorts, Barrow and Salisbury instinctively felt that music for MC1 should steer clear of the rich orchestration common to many contemporary film scores. Even for electronica the music is often purposefully stark and spare, with the majority of tracks created exclusively on the Oberhiem 2 Voice Synthesizer with a cameo from Beak>.

            STAFF COMMENTS

            Barry says: Absolutely one of my favourite synth albums to this day, Barrow & Salisbury's DROKK is finally available again for everyone I constantly recommend it to. Brilliantly restrained atmospheres and dusty synth soundscapes perfectly capture the Dreddian atmosphere better than the original soundtrack could ever hope to (sorry Silvestri). An essential cinematic synth staple.

            TRACK LISTING

            1. Lawmaster / Pursuit
            2. Helmet Theme
            3. Titan Bound
            4. 301-305
            5. Justice One
            6. Scope The Block
            7. Exhale
            8. Council Of Five
            9. Puerto Luminae
            10. Miami Lawgiver
            11. Eagle
            12. Clone Gunman
            13. Inhale
            14. Iso Hymn
            15. 2T[FRU]T
            16. Dome Horizon
            17. End Them
            18. Helmet Theme [Reprise]
            19. The Men Who Never Learned
            20. Heista
            21. Cal
            22. Dark Judges
            23. Fish
            24. Justice 1 (Demo)
            25. Miami Lawgiver (Alt. Version)
            26. Call-Me-Kenneth
            27. Scope The Block (Alt. Version)

            Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury

            Free Fire: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

              Geoff Barrow and Ben Salisbury return to score Ben Wheatley’s 1970s based epic shoot-out ‘Free Fire’, executively produced by Martin Scorsese.

              Compiled by director Ben Wheatley himself, the soundtrack will be released on CD and double LP, featuring the full score by Geoff Barrow and Ben Salisbury, dialogue from the film and licensed tracks (The Real Kids, Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Denver).

              ‘Free Fire’ sees Barrow and Salisbury take a huge directional curve away from their intense, synth-based Ivor Novello award winning score for ‘Ex Machina’, with the composers curating a prog rock, free jazz, psychedelic journey influenced by bands such as King Crimson, Camel and Magma and tips its hat to the Lalo Schifrin thriller genre scores of that era.

              Both the LP and CD will include a digital download card which features the full soundtrack as well as additional unheard bonus material not used in the score.

              TRACK LISTING

              Where We Going?
              Do The Boob (The Real Kids)
              I’m I.I.F.M
              Sledgehammer Cracks Nut
              This Is Ord
              Docks Beat
              Step Into My Office
              Run Through The Jungle (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
              Raw Onions
              Come Out
              Gorgeous As Ever
              Money Count
              Nice Teeth
              Harlequins Reunion
              Steven’s Been Reprimanded
              Stevo Apologises
              Suck On This
              First Shot
              Mostly The Suit
              Martin Shot
              Will Everybody Calm The Fuck Down
              Good To Go
              Free Firing Gunshot Solo
              The Phone Rings
              Watch And Vern
              Crawl Chase
              So That’s What A Fucking Brain Looks Like
              Lead Lobotomy
              Poke Him In The Eye
              We Can’t All Be Nice Girls
              That’s Why I Appreciate The Arts
              Aiming For The Nose
              Oh Fuck
              Where Do You Think You’re Going Little Harry
              Annie’s Song (John Denver)
              A John Denver Story
              Justine’s Theme
              This Old Guitar (John Denver)

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