This week we’re hosting the beautifully curated film score playlist from Lithuanian-based producer, Gardens of God. A few of the selections include Thomas Newman for ‘American Beauty’, Nils Frahm for ‘Victoria’, John Carpenter for ‘The Fog’, The Chemical Brothers for ‘Hanna’, Vangelis for ‘Blade Runner’ and Björk for ‘Dancer In The Dark’. Having already established himself as a key player in the world of house and techno, Gardens of God started out in film by creating film scores for over a decade. After a groundbreaking two years of vital releases and global touring, the classical trained artist continues to deliver surprises. Releases on Maceo Plex’s Ellum, chart topping remixes and stand out EP’s in the shape of ‘Gluk’ & ‘Zulu’ have cemented the producer as one of the strongest emerging artists in electronic music.
Gardens of God was selected as BBC Radio One’s debut artist to head the new Future 12 mix series with 5 DJ mixes appearing on Friday nights over as many weeks. Like his mixes, the production also delivers a mature, exciting and accomplished sound. Weaving somewhere between house, techno and electronica, it’s hard to place Gardens Of God in any one specific genre, except one of marked ‘musical’. Having touched down at events such as Warehouse Project, BPM and DGTL festival in the last twelve months, his vast and wide sounds set to fill only bigger stages in the months and years to come.