Hello my beloved GosAdd
how are you doing??
For those who are following my Facebook Page what I'm about to write now is not a new. But, maybe, for others it is.
So, in my previous post on How To Catch a Monster I've written about the plot, the cast and the Festivals where the movie could be premiered (still believe the movie will be at next Cannes Festival).
I've also written about the chance (as it is not a rumor: it is not official yet but is it really likely to be true) Dead Man's Bones will be released a new album (we have a date - 6th June 2014 - and a title - Witch Stories - ) to be in the OST of the movie. For what I've been told the songs have been recorded in Iceland last summer. But you can read more here, if you like.
Anyway, I was telling... Yes, this post is about the music to be in the movie or better say it is about who helped Ryan with the movie. Yes, it's better like this.
As I've told you this information has already been posted on my Facebook page on 23 July 2013 and I've decided to open post for finding it easily than on Facebook.
Do you remind Tick of the Clock by Chromatics? No? Well, this is Tick of the Clock:
"It’s more doo-wop, disintegrated rockabilly mixed in with industrial sounds. So we’ve been listening to a lot of Alan Vega and the Shangri-La’s."
"He seems to be pretty shy, so he wasn’t coming up and talking to us. I finally met him in 2010 when all of the Drive people were out in L.A. and they were about to start shooting there was a Chromatics and Glass Candy show, and they came. I met [Gosling] and didn’t even know who he was."
That's all for now.
Have a nice week-end and Stay Gos.