After some time I have gotten around to compiling soundtracks of some films I have scored over the last few years. The first score is from the film "Class A" written and directed by Stephen Gaffney from Deep Web Films.
Scoring "Class A" was an interesting project. Stephen opted for a more song-based approach to the score. Instead of creating an underscore to move the story along or develop some emotional tension, he is looking more to create an overall atmosphere for each scene. For a movie of this style, I think this approach works really well and it was a great opportunity to break out and write some interesting dance and tension tracks.
Another thing you will notice with the score is the lack of melodic content. This was another thing mentioned when spotting the film. As much as possible avoid thematic and melodic ideas. Another step away from traditional scoring conventions, but again, an interesting way to explore and find more subtle ways to change the mood of a scene using textures and rhythmic elements.
The score is available across most platforms such as iTunes, Spotify, Google, Amazon etc.