Atticus Ross Vinyl, CD & tapes by Atticus Ross at Norman Records
‘Tis the month of Halloween, the festival in which the same old scary, plastic products are rolled out of warehouses and peddled for the occasion. Traditionalists Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross do their part by rereleasing their high-octane rework of John Carpenter’s Halloween theme - all the more appropriate given the titular slasher sequel currently doing the rounds!
Released digitally in July, Caroline International bring the second in a series of three EPs from Nine Inch Nails to physical format. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross touch every base across five tracks, with a synth driven stomper, glitchy experimental electronics and a heavy and distorted climax…
If you’re gonna make a film about climate change, and need the soundtrack to resonate just as much with the message, how about grabbing Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross of Nine Inch Nails, Mogwai, and film composer Gustavo Santaolalla. Stirring and captivating, and huge for fans of either bands. Triple heavyweight LP pack on Invada.
- Vinyl Triple LP (LSINV178LP)
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Oh hey, it's brothers in electronic arms Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross teaming up again to soundtrack Ken Burns and Lynn Novick's The Vietnam War. While the musical details are scarce, the amount of music isn't - this OST features 90 minutes of new material from the pair, an undertaking of epic proportions that is one of two audio releases related to the series.
- Vinyl Triple LP (5776998)
Atticus Ross, Leopold Ross & Bobby Krlic
Almost Holy is a fairly heavy documentary about homeless teenage addicts in deprived parts of Ukraine. The music on this release started life as the soundtrack, but has now become an album of its own. Brothers Leopold and Atticus Ross are accomplished soundtrack composers, but the wildcard is Bobby Krlic aka The Haxan Cloak, whose heavy electronics really elevate the material to the next level. On Sacred Bones.
This double CD soundtrack from Oscar-winning duo Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross accompanies Gone Girl, the twistiest film plot since Dorothy got swept up by the tornado. The ambient, New-age sounds are accompanied by creeping staccato unease, sending shivers up your spine, preparing you for the brutal scenes to follow. Not for just before bedtime.