Filed Under (Film) by FuNkwoRm on 20-01-2010
Tagged Under : collaborations, Film. soundtrack
Montauk Project Films ( Los Angeles, California), just announced the soundtrack lineup for it’s debut feature length film, “LITTLE BLUE PILL“. It’s a comedy about an unlucky hipster who accidentally takes two Erecta (Erectile Dysfunction Drug) instead of Aleve and goes on a day of misadventures. Sounds like some funny shit.
What’s really dope about this is the fact that, writer/director, Aaron Godfred discovered two of the artists for the film’s soundtrack on this blog. The artists are, Anonymous Twist and Afterschool Special. Rather than go the traditional route of licensing established popular music, the film’s producers opted to search the Internet for fresh, new musical artists to lend tunes to the movie. By doing so the filmmakers were able to have greater creative freedom in shaping the film with the music selection. “We couldn’t have put together the musical selection that we did by using conventional means,” says producer Dave Szamet.
Director Aaron Godfred adds, “We are really excited to showcase our rocking soundtrack of up and coming artists. Some of these bands are going to make it big and we think its great when filmmakers and musicians can collaborate to bring their work and passions to life. It’s a win, win for everyone.”
It makes me proud to know that this blog is becoming a conduit of greater opportunities for artists and other professional people profiled here. So I encourage you all to continue to network, collab and expand this independent hip hop community.
If there is no way, we’ll make one!
You can find out more about “Little Blue Pill” on their Facebook Page.
Here’s the song list in order of appearance
“Erecta Anthem” by Anonymous Twist
“Rumspringa” by Goldmine
“They Come Around” by Evil
“That’s What We’s About To Do” by Zac Carmody
“Future Rock Stars of America” by Afterschoolspecial
“Like Carnies to a Carosuel” by Zac Carmody
“Fashion Kills” by Sabrosa Purr
“Doin’ It To Do It” by The Nervous Wrecklords
“Stick It In Me” by Bra Strapz
“Sexy Sexy Man” by Zac Carmody
“Broke Down” by Radio Moscow
“If Looks Could Kill” by Music For Animals
“44 Stone Tigers” by Overview
“Rattamahatta” by Tobias Becker
“Rescuers” by Now On