Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross - Juno - Singles - Reviews - Soundblab

Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross - Juno

by paul_guyet Rating:9 Release Date:2016-06-30

Eerie, elegant, and sorrowful, "Juno", an instrumental piece created for the NASA/Apple Music collaborative short film, Visions of Harmony, serves as a crash course in the last decade of Reznor and Ross' scoring history.

The first third of "Juno" has more of an abstract, soundscape feel, with elements of The Social Network's uneasy drones thrown in, but, as the first movement ends, things begin to take shape and, just over halfway trough, the unsettling stellar frigidity is vanquished by radiating warmth. The culmination of the piece, a mix of gentle synth and piano, reminiscent of softer moments from 2008's Ghosts and 2011's The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo score, expresses beautifully and wordlessly, the hope and forward thinking nature of the entire Juno mission.

"Juno" is one of eight new tracks included in the Destination: Jupiter project, which features a wide variety of artists from Brad Paisley to Weezer to the GZA, all available now on iTunes.

 

 

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Have you been watching the Outcast TV series? The soundtrack by Atticus Ross is really good.

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I'm planning to. I dug his work on "Book of Eli".

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