Retrospective: KRONOS RECORDS

Retrospective:
KRONOS RECORDS

Kronos Records is an independent music record label whose aim is to preserve and promote the music of past and present composers. One of the most prolific soundtrack catalogues in Europe, focusing their attention on quality film scores from both new and old films, both from Europe, USA and other parts of the world.

Also has been releasing quality film music since 2009 and has music composed by film music legends such as Akira Ifukube, Francesco De Masi, Carlo Rustichelli, Piero Piccioni, and George Fenton in its catalogue. Much like MovieScore Media, Kronos is also active in the field of discovering and promoting new talented composers, such as André Matthias, Jorge Aliaga and Kristian Sensini.


Kronos Records: Releases

Killer Crocodile 9/27/2013
The Ungodly Music of Carles Cases 9/13/2013
I cavalieri della vendetta 8/28/2013
Th3 Pit 8/12/2013
Leontina May 2013
I fratelli Karamazov May 2013
Four Assassins 2/19/2013
Il figlio della sepolta viva 12/23/2012
The Wind That Shakes the Barley 11/7/2012
Hyde's Secret Nightmare 6/26/2012
The Infliction 6/19/2012
The Inflicted 6/19/2012
Mad Dog 6/7/2012
Eroe Vagabondo 2/15/2012
Africa To-Day Nov 2011
Temptation / La Figlia Del Capitano 7/26/2011
The Light Thief (Svet-Ake) 4/28/2011
Lethe / Tage Wi Jahre 11/28/2010
Dario Argento's Giallo 10/26/2010
Aragosta A Colazione (Lobster for Breakfast) 6/22/2010
Anita: Unva Vita Per Garibaldi 10/13/2009
Contatto Con L'Oriente: Omaggio Al Maestro Akira Ifukube (Contact With The Orient) 6/9/2009



I wanted to give a shout out to "Kronos Records" as they have become part of our family/sponsors and we welcome them. A special shout out to Godwin for sharing a great amount of music from their grand catalog, knowing that we have a great appreciation of score/soundtrack music. Some of the better news is that "Kronos and MovieScore Media have joined forces to give us more music that will include more availability to getting the releases. If you would like to read more about that "please click here and follow the link". Here at the Howlin' Wolf we encourage you all who read this to please check all of their music, I would say to listen to the highlights... it's all good.

THANK YOU!
-Jeremy [Retro]

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