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‘Native Son’ – film score by Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein



Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein have scored the new film adaptation of Richard Wright’s 1940 novel ‘Native Son’, which was premiered at this year’s Sundance film festival.

“Emphatically setting a different tone than expected, and beautifully so, is a jazzy, electrified score by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein that sets an internal, brooding, borderline mournful tone rather than anything confrontational. This alone puts the film on a different plane, just as it helps define Bigger’s inner journey and the path toward tragedy.” – Todd McCarthy

New Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein Original Soundtrack: “Valley of the Boom”

Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein recently composed the music for National Geographic’s new docudrama called “Valley of the Boom”. The original soundtrack was released on the 11th January whilst the series premiere was on the 13th January.
Valley of the Boom explores the dot-com era during Silicon Valley’s unprecedented tech boom of the 1990s and subsequent bust. The six-part limited series tells the wildly true stories of the epic browser wars and the companies that shaped the internet.  Starring Bradley Whitford, Steve Zahn, Lamorne Morris, John Karna, Dakota Shapiro, Oliver Cooper and John Murphy, Valley of the Boom makes its debut on National Geographic Sunday, January 13.  
You can listen to the soundtrack here.

Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein ‘Spheres’ score


Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, (of S U R V I V E and Stranger Things), have composed the score to ‘Spheres’, a three-part virtual reality series, which just premiered at the Venice Film Festival. You can listen to the soundtrack here.

Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein nominated for two IFMCA Awards

kyle n michael_Jackie Lee Young_21Both Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein have been nominated for ‘Breakthrough Composer of the Year’ and ‘Best Original Score For a Television Series’ in the 13th annual International Film Music Critics Association Awards! See who else made the cuts here.