New Sci Fi Flick, Ex Machina, Scored By Portishead’s Geoff Barrow & Composer Ben Salisbury

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Ex Machina – a new film, directed by Alex Garland (28 Days Later, Dredd) will feature a score by Portishead’s Geoff Barrow and composer Ben Salisbury.

Barrow and Salisbury previously worked together on an rejected score for the 2012 movie Dredd (adapted for the big screen by Garland).  Barrow and Salisbury later revisited and expanded on this material, which led to DROKK;  Music Inspired By Mega-City One – an album of Carpenter-esque dystopian electronica.

The trailer, above, features an excerpt of their music for the film.

Geoff Barrow is a founding member of Portishead and producer/label owner of Invada Records UK. Ben Salisbury is a soundtrack composer, with over 200 film and TV credits to his name, including the last three of David Attenborough’s “Life Of…” series.

Ex Machina is set for release in April of 2015.

5 thoughts on “New Sci Fi Flick, Ex Machina, Scored By Portishead’s Geoff Barrow & Composer Ben Salisbury

  1. That music is wonderful.

    The opening sentence, “To erase the line between man & machine is to obscure the line between men and gods,” made me roll my eyes a little. But the film does look interesting.

    I only saw “Her” a few months ago and thought it was pretty brilliant.

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