Thanks, Chris. Making Entry Level was a labor of love for me and a lot of other people, so I always like hearing from people who enjoy it.
I get asked about the soundtrack a lot. (Possibly my #2 question in film fest Q&As…right after requests for the Pear Tartlet recipie.) Personally, I love the music from the film and feel very lucky that we got to use it. Amine Ramer and Alexandra Matisse, the music supervisors, found around 60 truly amazing songs from independent artists for me to choose from to help create the mood of the film. The proposed songs for the movie are still one of my favorite playlists on my iPod.
I wish there was an Entry Level soundtrack album, but unfortunately, our release was never large enough to command one. It’s too bad, as most of the recording artists are still looking to get the wider recognition they deserve.
But thank goodness for web sites, right? Here are the songs from Entry Level (plus a bonus–the song that appears in the trailer) along with links where available.
- “Just Outside My Window” by Keaton Simons
- “New Car Smell” by Greg Johnson
- “L’Evator” by Brandon Roberts
- “Extra to Spare” by Paper Spaceman
- “Something Brand New” by Greg Johnson
- “The Duration” by Tom Freund
- “Unvisited Stars” by Jason Bajada
- “Telekinetic Breakdown” by The Whereabouts
- “Sugar Mouse” by Oh Atoms
- “Everything” by Keaton Simons
(I’ve added links where I have them. If anyone wants to point me to better links to songs, albums, etc., please comment on this post.)
By the way, I’m also a huge fan of Brandon Roberts‘ amazing score.