New Moon

New Moon Soundtrack Pushed Up to Friday

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MTV News is reporting that the New Moon soundtrack is being pushed from it’s original release date, October 20, to this Friday, October 16. The movie still isn’t set for release until November 20, more than a month after the soundtrack comes out, but we’re guessing this in response to a track leak that occurred over the… Read More

Thom Yorke is Edward Cullen: A Visual Representation of Twilight’s New Moon Soundtrack

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Thanks to the wonders of Amazon.com’s 30-second clip leaks, we now know what to expect from the eagerly anticipated (and semi-bizarre) New Moon soundtrack. Yes, we know how our beloved indie bands sound like in the Twilight universe, but how exactly does it look like? After the jump, Thom Yorke (Radiohead), Brandon Flowers (The Killers), Ed Droste (Grizzly Bear), Lykke Li, Ben Gibbard (Death Cab for Cutie), and Muse join the cast of Twilight.… Read More

What’s on at Flavorpill: Links That Made the Rounds in Our Office

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Today at Flavorpill, fell in love with Regretsy. In fact, we pretended to propose. We discovered that transparency is not always just a buzz word. We listened to Lady Gaga’s leaked track, “Bad Romance.” We found it hard to believe that Zombieland is “perfect date movie.” We liked that St. Vincent is more excited about working with Justin Vernon than she is about being on the New Moon soundtrack. We watched T-Pain auto-tune Obama (and Jimmy Kimmel struggle to intro the segment). We couldn’t fathom walking out on Philip Seymour Hoffman. Ever. And finally we wondered what kind of music we can coax out of our office Wii. Paul Henry Smith and the Fauxharmonic Orchestra better watch… Read More

Soundtrack Smackdown: New Moon Vs. Fantastic Mr. Fox

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The tracklists for two of the fall’s most anticipated films were both announced today: New Moon (which is already selling out theaters two months ahead of time) and Wes Anderson’s foray into animation, Fantastic Mr. Fox. While we’ve previously reported on Stephenie Meyer’s impeccable taste in indie rock, we have to admit that we’re impressed by the talent assembled here. On the flip side, we’ve bought every soundtrack for every Anderson film to date. He is the master of the classic rock film cue. So which one do you think looks better? Or this is case of apples and oranges? Take a peep at the listings after the jump and weigh in with a… Read More