He may be releasing an expanded vinyl reissue of 1983’s Soul Mining next month, but Matt Johnson isn’t only looking backward: He’s recorded not one but two new film soundtracks under the The The banner, new music composed for the independent films “Hyena” and “Penthouse North.”
After a decade of inactivity, The The is back with its second album in just two years, another film score, this time for the documentary ‘Moonbug,’ about photographer Steve Pyke’s journey to document America’s space pioneers, bandleader Matt Johnson announced today on the group’s newly revamped website.
This week’s new releases include The The’s soundtrack to the film ‘Tony’; a new best-of from Scritti Politti; Mike Watt’s punk opera ‘Hyphenated-Man’; the second album from Steve Wynn’s The Baseball Project; a new OMD single; and This Mortal Coil on vinyl.
With little fanfare, Matt Johnson today released the first new The The since 2000’s ‘NakedSelf’: a 24-song soundtrack to the indie serial-killer film ‘Tony.’
While Matt Johnson continues to preview new The The music on his monthly “Radio Cineola” podcasts, the March edition has a real surprise: the debut of ‘No Hiding Place,’ a previously unheard track from his unreleased 1979 album ‘Spirits.’
Tweet The The’s Matt Johnson today debuted both a new monthly web broadcast and some brand-new music with the first installment of “Radio Cineola,” which […]
Tweet The enigmatic Matt Johnson appears to be on the verge of releasing the first new The The album in a decade: a score to […]