trailer Blog :: JAGJAGUWAR

Filed Under:trailer

COMING SOON: Soundtrack to Rick Alverson’s “The Comedy,” Watch Official Film Trailer

Here it is! Jagjaguwar is happy to bring you the soundtrack from Rick Alverson’s “The Comedy.” Featuring songs from artists both old and new, the music was chosen to exemplify “the autumn of the American Era.” You’ll find the full tracklisting below! The soundtrack is out November 13 on both digital and vinyl formats.

In addition to the soundtrack, we’re happy to also share the official film trailer. Watch above! “The Comedy” is out via On Demand (Cable VOD, iTunes, Amazon, VUDU) starting October 24 and in theaters on November 9; look for showings throughout the month with filmmaker Q&A’s in select cities! Head to Tribeca to find out where you can watch “The Comedy.”

 
“The Comedy” Official Soundtrack Track Listing
Donnie & Joe Emerson – “Baby”
“Taxi Hip Hop”
Bill Fay – “Garden Song”
“Old Man Be Dead By Now”
Gardens & Villa – “Carrizo Plain”
Amanaz – “Khala My Friend”
“You Get A Lot of Assholes in Here”
William Basinski – “The Disintegration Loops” (1.1 Excerpt 1)
“I Need You”
Gayngs – “The Gaudy Side of Town” (Single Edit)
“You Are in the Demon’s House”
Here We Go Magic – “Over the Ocean”
Bill Fay – “Camille”
“Nick Nolte”
Gardens & Villa – “Chem Trails”
William Basinski – “The Disintegration Loop” (1.1 Excerpt 2)

What constitutes a GAYNGS initiation?

In GAYNGS Relayted news, it appears as though one of the members has permanently inked the GAYNGS symbol near his nether region!  Just another day when you’re an OG.

GAYNGS Initiation from GAYNGS on Vimeo.

The countdown is on to 4/20! Coincidentally, also my grandfather’s birthday. I have to remember to send him a card.  Sheeeeet.

New Video: Peter Gabriel and Justin Vernon Discuss Covering Each Other’s Songs

To celebrate the release of Scratch My Back and the impending Record Store Day split 7″ by Bon Iver and Peter Gabriel, Real World has released a film featuring the two artists discussing the songs.  Both interviews include audio of Peter Gabriel’s “Flume” and (never before heard!) Bon Iver’s “Come Talk To Me.”  It’s a really special video, and I’m tearing up a little bit.  Okay, I’m tearing up a lot.

Make sure to arrive early and  pick up this 7″ on 4/17 at your local Record Store Day celebration.

How Can You Really by Foxygen
Forever Dilating Eye by Sinoia Caves
Thousand Eyes by Lia Ices
Taking Chances by Sharon Van Etten
Every Time the Sun Comes Up by Sharon Van Etten
Lines of Latitude by Small Black
North Hollywood Microwaves by Pink Mountaintops
Fire-scene by S. Carey
Crown the Pines by S. Carey

Higher by Lia Ices

Forever Dilating Eye by Sinoia Caves

City Wrecker by Moonface

How Can You Really by Foxygen

Angel Olsen
Asheville, NC - TRANSFIGURATIONS II

Pink Mountaintops
Dorset, UK - End Of The Road Festival

Small Black
St. Louis, MO - The Ready Room

Unknown Mortal Orchestra
La Tour-de-Peilz, Switzerland - Nox Orae

See all upcoming shows

© 2014 Jagjaguwar. All rights reserved.