07 JUNE 2019 (TORONTO, ON) – Experimental electronic and neo-classical composers Blitz//Berlin release their album There Will Be No Miracles Here today, via Wax Records. Building on their success and continuing to push sonic boundaries, There Will Be No Miracles Here features several songs that required the invention of new sampling techniques, capturing and manipulating the sounds of abandoned spaces across America.
Of There Will Be No Miracles Here, Blitz//Berlin member Martin Macphail comments, “After a stressful and wonderful year of making almost entirely film music, our reprieve was working on this strange little project. Releasing it into the world feels like divulging some personal secret – both scary and freeing. We hope this album soothes your busy mind and takes you on journey.”
Blitz//Berlin is a group of experimental film composers based in Los Angeles. In the past two years, members Martin Macphail, Tristan Tarr, and Dean Rode have seen a meteoric rise in the world of international film and TV music, earning numerous accolades from around the globe, including a JUNO Award nomination for “Instrumental Album of the Year” in 2017.
Blitz//Berlin have also found sustained success composing music for movie trailers, including the trailers for such films as BirdBox, The Girl On The Train, Bad Times At The El Royale, Fifty Shades of Grey and many more. In 2016, Blitz//Berlin won the Clio Award for “Best Use of Music” for their work on the trailer for The Girl On The Train. Most recently, the band won the 2019 Golden Trailer Award for “Best Thriller” for their work on the Birdbox trailer. In addition to movie trailers, Blitz//Berlin have also composed music for several award-winning feature length films, including The Void and Still/Born. They also composed the music for the Blade Runner 2049 prequel “Nexus Dawn”, starring Jared Leto.
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Wax Records is an independent, full-service music company. Our focus is on finding, developing, and promoting career artists with remarkable talent. Founded in 2009, Wax began as a small operation built on 40 years of combined music industry experience. Originally formed in 2006 as the Canadian branch of Windup Records, and representing such top tier acts as Evanescence, Seether, and Finger 11, the new team built their reputations together with high profile marketing strategies and remarkable Canadian success. Having recognized the talent present in Wax Records, Universal Music Canada soon decided to lend their support with full international distribution. Wax Records is home to the following artists: ASHS, bülow, Alyssa Reid, Virginia to Vegas, and Blitz//Berlin.