Hello Atticus ! I would like to know where I could buy The Book Of Eli 2xLP ? Thank you very much.
Hi, this blog isn’t run by Atticus, it’s just a fan blog! The LP is currently sold out on Amazon, but you could place an order and hope for the best. There’s sometimes people selling on eBay, and a quick search turns up one person selling on Discogs, which is a marketplace for music.
while(1<2) (available on Amazon), out in June, includes the remix of How To Destroy Angels’ “Ice Age” and Nine Inch Nails’ “Survivalism” that deadmau5 had released for a limited time on his soundcloud previously.
Since you're a blog all about Atticus Ross, I assume you've heard all the available Error songs, because I found one I hadn't heard a few weeks back that was on the compilation CD in tribute to The Birthday Party called Wild World (Leopold Ross sings vocals omg), and it brought back my love for Error! I thought you'd want to know and stuff
Yeah, that one is a rare one for most people - I posted it a very long time ago here (and anyone who wants to download it, it’s only 99 cents on Amazon). There’s also a rare Transplants remix done under the Error name by Atticus and Leo, here!
An evening with Oscar winning composer and electronic musician Atticus Ross who will debut a stylized electronic soundscape for the Festival. He’ll also talk about moving into film composing, and discuss his work scoring the films of David Fincher with long-time collaborator Trent Reznor, including the Oscar winning The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and the forthcoming Gone Girl.
Moderated by Elvis Mitchell, Curator, Film Independent at LACMA; Host, KCRW’s The Treatment
As part of our Master Class series (supported by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences), acclaimed film artists will share insights into their creative process. Launching the series is Academy-Award winning musician/producer/composer Atticus Ross (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Social Network), who will perform an original electronic soundscape created just for the Festival and discuss the art of scoring films.
I don't know if this asked before but; in the 47 Ronin's Trailer #1 around 1:49 there's a really cool song that I can't find who composed and I think it sounds a lot like the Atticus and NIN collaborations. Is it really one of his songs?
It’s not - Atticus was originally going to score the film, but for undisclosed reasons (most likely scheduling conflicts) he had to step down. The music you’re hearing is by his replacement, Ilan Eshkeri.
(And considering the critical reception of the film, I’d say Atticus got out lucky)