Friday, November 28, 2014
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Mike McCready who helped to score the original Horrible Bosses movie, has joined Christopher Lennertz with his friend, Stefan Lessard, from the Dave Matthew's Band to score the sequel as well, even recording much of it while on tour.
Lennertz had this to say in an interview with We Are Movie Geeks:
“The goal for the score for Horrible Bosses 2 was to be as rock-n’-roll as we could be. We wanted to make sure it sounded authentic so we approached it like a record as opposed to a typical scoring session. I had Pearl Jam’s Michael McCready and Dave Matthews Band’s Stefan Lessard recording while they were on tour to give us an authentic vibe that was appropriate for the movie,”
Monday, November 10, 2014
Pearl Jam Ten Club members received their monthly newsletter today, and although there is some new merch out there, the main focus was on activism done by the band through their non-profit foundation, Vitalogy Foundation. There are updates on the projects that band members support, and a new app for your browser donates a portion of your on-line purchase to the Vitalogy Foundation automatically and with no additional cost to you. You can check it out in the video below.
Thursday, November 6, 2014
The Uncool has finally release details on the upcoming release of Music For Film by Mike McCready, and it's gonna be cool!
Vinyl Films Records is pleased to announce the release of Mike McCready’s Music for Film 10″ vinyl. Side A features Mike’s songs from Pearl Jam Twenty and Side B includes his We Bought a Zoo compositions. Music for Film will be released on November 25th on black vinyl at an Indie Record Store near you and on lavender colored vinyl on December 10th at pearljam.com — check out the Vinyl Films Records page for all the details and track listing.Here's the stats on the limited release.
Release Date: November 25, 2014What's the "Future Boxset?" We want to know as much as you.
Catalog #: VFR-2012-5
Number of Copies:
500 (Clear)(Future Boxset)
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
A year out from the release of Lightning Bolt, it is now, apparently, time to discuss Pearl Jam's eleventh studio album. Rolling Stone recently interviewed Jeff, and though the discussion wasn't solely about the next album, they did pop the question.
I think everybody's got some stuff stowed away. All the stuff I've written recently is gonna go into the RNDM box with Joe Arthur. It's pretty easy for me at this point because we don't have kids, so when I'm home I'm tinkering in the studio all the time.He also hit on his favorite venues (Joe Louis Arena, the Forum, Madison Square Garden, and Red Rocks), Pearl Jam's longevity (they're "winging it"), and Jeff's Montana Skatepark Association (offer your support here).
Check out the full article here.