Album artwork for The Show Original Soundtrack by Andrew Broder

The Show Original Soundtrack is a collection of pulsing, darkly lush, and banging tracks, which came to be following Broder's first foray into the world of indie film via his collaboration with legendary writer Alan Moore (Watchmen, Jerusalem) on Moore's original screenplay of the same name (Broder also previously scored Moore's semi-biographical audio-novella, Unearthing. Following the release of The Show, Broder decided to remix and re-structure the film's original score into pieces that had their own identity as a standalone project, pulling in some amazing guests, while still retaining the spirit and mood of Moore's singular worldview.

As a result of Broder's vision, The Show Original Soundtrack features collaborations with serpentwithfeet, Moor Mother, Kazu Makino from Blonde Redhead, and Billy Woods (Armand Hammer). Additionally, the tracklisting includes the critically acclaimed single "Bloodrush" a track on which Andrew collaborated with Denzel Curry, Dua Saleh, and Haleek Maul, and which featured in the first look trailer for Moore's film.

Speaking on the holistic record, Broder wrote:
"Alan Moore is such an inspiring writer, thinker and social critic - uncompromising in his artistic vision. I wanted this record to pay tribute to those qualities and step out of my own character a bit, work with some new friends and make something dark and mysterious but also confidently physical, with a lot of momentum. I am moving into more focused exploration of electronic music now, away from my time as a songwriter. I want to approach music with little adherence to genre, and a universal outlook, dwelling less on the self and more about painting with sound. Like Moore, trying to find some threads to weave together the cosmic, psychedelic realm with the more human and vulnerable melodic sense, something that still aches."

Andrew Broder

The Show Original Soundtrack

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Album artwork for The Show Original Soundtrack by Andrew Broder
LP

£24.99

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Released 28/04/2023Catalogue Number

LEX161LP

Andrew Broder

The Show Original Soundtrack

Lex
Album artwork for The Show Original Soundtrack by Andrew Broder
LP

£24.99

Black
Released 28/04/2023Catalogue Number

LEX161LP

The Show Original Soundtrack is a collection of pulsing, darkly lush, and banging tracks, which came to be following Broder's first foray into the world of indie film via his collaboration with legendary writer Alan Moore (Watchmen, Jerusalem) on Moore's original screenplay of the same name (Broder also previously scored Moore's semi-biographical audio-novella, Unearthing. Following the release of The Show, Broder decided to remix and re-structure the film's original score into pieces that had their own identity as a standalone project, pulling in some amazing guests, while still retaining the spirit and mood of Moore's singular worldview.

As a result of Broder's vision, The Show Original Soundtrack features collaborations with serpentwithfeet, Moor Mother, Kazu Makino from Blonde Redhead, and Billy Woods (Armand Hammer). Additionally, the tracklisting includes the critically acclaimed single "Bloodrush" a track on which Andrew collaborated with Denzel Curry, Dua Saleh, and Haleek Maul, and which featured in the first look trailer for Moore's film.

Speaking on the holistic record, Broder wrote:
"Alan Moore is such an inspiring writer, thinker and social critic - uncompromising in his artistic vision. I wanted this record to pay tribute to those qualities and step out of my own character a bit, work with some new friends and make something dark and mysterious but also confidently physical, with a lot of momentum. I am moving into more focused exploration of electronic music now, away from my time as a songwriter. I want to approach music with little adherence to genre, and a universal outlook, dwelling less on the self and more about painting with sound. Like Moore, trying to find some threads to weave together the cosmic, psychedelic realm with the more human and vulnerable melodic sense, something that still aches."