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Nate Wonder, Roman GianArthur – Opening | Antebellum (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

“Opening” from the Antebellum Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.
Music by Nate Wonder & Roman GianArthur.
Listen to the full ANTEBELLUM soundtrack here: https://soundtracks.lnk.to/Antebellum

Successful author Veronica Henley (Janelle Monáe) finds herself trapped in a horrifying reality that forces her to confront the past, present and future – before it’s too late. Advocacy filmmakers Gerard Bush + Christopher Renz (Bush | Renz) – best known for their pioneering advertising work engaged in the fight for social justice – write, produce and direct their first feature film, teaming with QC Entertainment, producer of the acclaimed films Get Out and BlacKkKlansman, Zev Foreman, Lezlie Wills, and Lionsgate for the mindbending new thriller Antebellum.
The film stars Janelle Monáe, Eric Lange, Jena Malone, Jack Huston, Kiersey Clemons, Gabourey Sidibe, Marque Richardson, Robert Aramayo, Lily Cowles, and introducing Tongayi Chirisa. Written and Directed by Gerard Bush & Christopher Renz. Produced by Raymond Mansfield, p.g.a., Sean McKittrick, p.g.a., Zev Foreman, p.g.a., Gerard Bush, Christopher Renz, and Lezlie Wills, p.g.a.

NATE “ROCKET” WONDER is a co-founder of the Wondaland Arts Society, and one of the core musical architects behind Janelle Monáe’s celebrated string of Afro-futuristic masterpieces: Metropolis: Suite I (The Chase); The ArchAndroid (2010); The Electric Lady (2013); And Dirty Computer (2018). Nate’s background includes an internship at NASA (where he worked on a Mars rover), production stints at Stankonia, where he produced songs for Big Boi and Outkast, and an earnest proficiency in rich media and website design, which led him to become the Chief Technology Officer at Wondaland, as well as an ardent appreciator of “code” which he calls, “the true language of the future.”
In addition to his present role as executive producer for the Wondaland Arts Society and Janelle Monáe, Nate is one-half of the riotous duo known as Deep Cotton, a punk-funk group known best for their Sonos commercial featured anthem “We’re Far Enough From Heaven Now We Can Freak Out.”

ROMAN GIANARTHUR is a jaw-dropping singer, composer, arranger, producer, and performer —an innovative and inspiring 21st century redefinition of what it means to be an artist. Originally from Winston-Salem, NC, Roman now spends his days consistently broadening the expectations of what a soul singer at heart can do: scoring films, writing musicals, composing concertos, conducting orchestras, picking up new instruments and learning their mysteries at prodigious speed, all while offering heartfelt reflections on the social implications of art, and the need for more beauty in the world around us. Recent feats include scoring his first feature film, Antebellum, due to be released in 2020, with his composition partner, Nate “Rocket” Wonder. The duo also wrote and produced original songs “That’s Enough,” “Not So Sweet,” and reimagined “He’s A Tramp” for Disney’s 2019 release of Lady And The Tramp on Disney+.

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1. Opening
2. Back to Work
3. Whistle While We Work
4. Just a Talker
5. Descendants of the Gods
6. Drawing
7. Hotel Intrusion
8. We Go Tonight
9. Calling Home
10. Burning Men
11. Horse Pursuit
12. Battle Choir
13. The Past Is Never Dead
14. Day Broken

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  1. At 5:15, why does it turn into the X-Men theme song?

  2. Does shadows can speak? and how they sound? This epic cinematic neoclassical theme translate their dark language in harmonies. A dark contemporary modern classical song.

  3. I can’t waiting 😖😖😖

  4. Reminds me of the music style of Michael Abels. Anyway, im really curious to heard the rest of the music score.

  5. Haunting and unsettling, seems like these two are going to make one helluva splash with this debut.

  6. Been a fan of Nate and Roman since their work on The ArchAndroid. Not surprised at how fitting and well orchestrated this is.

  7. What an interesting piece! Dark at times, then it grows…moving. Will be listening to this again for sure🎼🎻

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