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Music News 8.11.16

Posted by on Aug 11, 2016

Stranger Things Season 1 Volume 1 Out Tomorrow

The people behind the Netflix sci-fi hit Stranger Things have announced a release date for volume one of the show’s original soundtrack: this Friday, August 12th. The soundtrack, made-up of 70s and 80s rock standards sprinkled around original music composed by Austin musicians Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, who are also members in local soundscape group S U R V I V E, is at least as popular as the show itself, and just as full of early 80s nostalgia. Volume one of the soundtrack will feature 36 tracks named after specific scenes from each episode. Volume 2 will be released next Friday, August 19th, and all of the great non-scored music is currently available as a Spotify playlist here.

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Stranger Things Season 1 Soundtrack – Volume 1 Tracklist:
01. Stranger Things
02. Kids
03. Nancy and Barb
04. This Isn’t You
05. Lay-Z-Boy
06. Friendship
07. Eleven
08. A Kiss
09. Castle Beyers
10. Hawkins
11. The Upside Down
12. After Sarah
13. One Blink For Yes
14. Photos in the Woods
15. Fresh Blood
16. Lamps
17. Hallucinations
18. Hanging Lights
19. Biking to School
20. Are You Sure?
21. Agents
22. Papa
23. Cops Are Good at Finding
24. No Weapons
25. Walking Through the Nether
26. She’ll Kill You
27. Run Away
28. No Autopsy
29. Dispatch
30. Joyce and Lonnie Fighting
31. Lights Out
32. Hazmat Suits
33. Theoretically
34. You Can Talk to Me
35. What Else Is There to Do?
36. Hawkins Lab

 

2016 Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

Four inductees for the 2016 Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame were announced this week. Aaron Barker, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Bob Morrison, and the late Townes Van Zandt will join the ranks of Dolly Parton, Hank Williams, and Johnny Cash on October 9th at the organization’s annual gala. Collectively, Barker, Chapman, and Morrison have written songs for Faith Hill, country group Lonestar, Willie Neslon, Kenny Rogers, and Johnny Lee. Townes VanZandt’s induction is unanimously being called long overdue, as his career was wildly influential and universally admired. The four inductees push the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame numbers over the bicentennial marker, totaling 203 members.

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-Taylor Wallace