Experimental artist Són releases new album ‘Rituals’

The experimental artist known as Són, has released his latest instrumental album, “Rituals.” The album contains 10 original tracks for an approximate total listening time of 30 minutes. The album has been published on the independent record label ‘Scissors’. Textured, colorful, rife with depth and endlessly thought-provoking, “Rituals” by Són is one of the most intriguing instrumental albums of 2018 yet.

Són is the alter ego of German-born, Los Angeles-based Julian Scherle. He takes his name, Són, from both the Latin word for noise or sound and a proto-Slavic term meaning dream or sleep. A multi-instrumentalist and artist of several various mediums, Julian is perhaps best known today for his work on USA Network’s Mr. Robot, which won an Emmy for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series in 2016.

The conceptional album “Rituals” has been described as “a work of sweeping sonic geography, working as a microcosm of human experience, a suitable soundtrack for nearly any real-life occurrence”.

Asked to comment on the general themes of “Rituals,” Són writes, “This work conceptually reflects an exploration of modern day rituals and their influence on mankind.”

“Rituals” by Són has since been passed on to five director friends, with the stated aim being “to visually explore this topic and gain different perspectives as a collective.”


Film Composer Julian Scherle releases new soundtrack album ‘Let’s Be Evil’

The film composer, known internationally as Julian Scherle, has released his latest full-length soundtrack album, “Let’s Be Evil.” The album contains 23 original tracks for a total listening time of approximately 35 minutes. The “Let’s Be Evil” soundtrack makes for a comprehensive tour of Scherle’s composing and arranging skills and showcases a talent for combining different musical genres.


Eerie, ambient, and evocative, the SciFi – Horror score of “Let’s Be Evil” is the most prominent example of how to incorporate retro-synth into a futuristic and dark electronic sound world.


LA-based Julian Scherle’s unconventional composing style exists in it’s unique universe; calling to classics like Pink Floyd, John Carpenter, Depeche Mode and unifying these electronic aesthetics with composing styles similar to contemporary classical composers.


Scherle’s tone easily balances between dreamlike, nebulous, and entrancing and an intense, nerve-racking terror. His songs climb and build, sweep and soar, and thrill the listener just as they permeate the atmosphere of “Let’s Be Evil.”


Scherle, when speaking of his aims for the album, gives liner notes that provide a glimpse into his writing process:

“The original musical concept for the film, ‘Let’s Be Evil,’ was to write a straight up ’80s-inspired retro synth soundtrack, which slowly – while the movie was forming – morphed into a hybrid between an old school electronic and a modern-glitchy futuristic score. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed creating it”.


JoBlo.com writes of Scherle’s work on the film score stating, “If a filmmaker wants to get me salivating to see their movie, one of the best things they can do is pair an ’80s-esque synth score with colorful lighting, and that’s exactly what [the soundtrack for the] thriller ‘Let’s Be Evil’ does.”


Music by Scherle has been featured on a number of critically acclaimed projects such as Golden Globe and Emmy winning TV shows, “Mr. Robot,” “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” and “American Horror Story.”


“Let’s Be Evil” by Julian Scherle, has been published on the independent music label Scissors and is available for digital download at over 700 music stores worldwide now.


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Julian Scherle releases ‘Plan Perfect: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack’

The songwriter and composer of music known as Julian Scherle has released his latest EP album, the “Plan Perfect: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.” The record has been copyrighted by the JulMusic independent record label. It includes ten original compositions for an approximate total listening time of 12 minutes. It is the most significant official release by Scherle since his January 2014 electronic dance music single, “Excilic.”


The short independent film, “Plan Perfect” is about a couple who attempt to steal a valuable figurine from a friend when they discover its worth. The movie stars Lisa Livesay, Nolan Livesay and John Schimke. It features cinematography by John Heppe and is written, directed and produced by John Schimke. The film’s background score, “Plan Perfect: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” by Julian Scherle is prominently showcased and acts as an active part of the movie’s emotional draw.


Composer Julian Scherle was raised in Germany and is currently based in Los Angeles. He describes himself variously as a composer, DJ, music producer, and “all-around sound addict.” He has a degree in sound engineering and more than two decades of experience in piano, singing, jazz guitar, and saxophone. He has worked alongside and collaborated with such legendary modern composers as Klaus Badelt (“Pirates of the Caribbean,” “Time Machine,” “Constantine”), Stewart Copeland (the Police) and Mac Quayle (“Drive,” “Spring Breakers,” “Only God Forgives”).


Scherle’s current professional bio closes with a quip from the artist which colors him as a sonic sharpshooter and avid fan of the Pacific Ocean: “If I am not in the studio, you can probably find me sneaking around with my recorder, hunting for new sounds, or in the water attempting to find the perfect wave to surf.”


The “Plan Perfect: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” by Julian Scherle is available online worldwide.


-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer



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