O.S.T. / DEWITT, KEEGAN

QUEEN OF EARTH (WAXWORK)

O.S.T. / DEWITT, KEEGAN - QUEEN OF EARTH 126387
Format:
1 LP
Release:
06.07.2018
Label:
WAXWORK
Genre:
World
Kat.-Nr.:
126387
Barcode:
0728028454963
* 180 gram colored vinyl. * "Sunset" variant (Deep Blue and Pink Swirl). * Director Liner Notes by Alex Ross Perry.

* Liner Notes by Elisabeth Moss. * Composer Line Notes by Keegan DeWitt. * Artwork by Anna Bak-Kvapil.

* 12"x12" Booklet. * Deluxe Packaging. Waxwork Records proudly presents the debut film score release of Queen Of Earth.

Written and directed by Alex Ross Perry and starring Elisabeth Moss and Katherine Waterston, Queen Of Earth is a 2015 American psychological thriller that tells the story of two women who grew up together that spend a week at a lake house retreat, as they did the previous year.

This time, however, one of the women's mood, and possibly her sanity, has been affected by the recent death of her father and the ending of a relationship.

Scored by composer Keegan DeWitt, the beautiful-nightmarish music of Queen Of Earth captures an auditory mental breakdown.

By dissonant usage of a 1928 Steinway piano, French horns, echoing clarinets, and a Wrenchenspiel (an instrument made of tuned metal wrenches that are hit with mallets to produce a destabilized xylophone effect), DeWitt successfully creates a terrifying, slowly unraveling score that sonically seizes the descent into madness.

The deluxe film score release features the complete Queen Of Earth score mastered for vinyl, 180 gram colored vinyl, exclusive liner notes by Alex Ross Perry, Elisabeth Moss, and Keegan Dewitt, artwork by Anna Bak-Kvapil, a booklet, and heavyweight packaging including an old-style gatefold jacket.
 
  • Tracklisting
  • 1.1. REFUGE (MAIN THEME)
  • 1.2. REFUGE (BELL VARIATION I)
  • 1.3. SINKING
  • 1.4. VISITORS
  • 1.5. REFUGE (BELL VARIATION II)
  • 1.6. THE WOODS, PT 1
  • 1.7. REFUGE (BELL VARIATION III)
  • 1.8. HOUSE GUESTS
  • 1.9. REFUGE (BELL VARIATION IV)
  • 1.10. THE WOODS, PT 2
  • 1.11. I AM NOT MYSELF
  • 1.12. THE LAKE
  • 1.13. DISTANCE (END CREDITS)