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Wonderful Losers "A Different World" (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Alberto Lucendo - Numbered edition - Limited Edition Vinyl


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  • Artist : Alberto Lucendo
  • Format : 1 x 12" (g)
  • CountryGermany
  • GenresAmbientSoundtrack
  • Pressing100 Copies


The composer Alberto Lucendo after winning the Silver Crane award as best composer by the Lithuanian Film Academy for his work in the film "Wonderful Losers-A Different World" the latest film by the internationally acclaimed director Arunas Matelis, presents the Original Soundtrack in exclusive and with unpublished material in vinyl format, re-mixed and re-mastered for the best quality, including digital download.

Berlin-based multidisciplinary artist, Alberto Lucendo, after many years working as a music producer with a long trajectory in studio recording techniques, he delved into scoring soundtracks for films, abstract music, experimental film photography and as a performer in the improvisation scene.

As a composer, he was selected to the Goya’s Awards for Best Original Soundtrack and composed music for several internationally films awarded in the Warsaw International Film Festival, Minsk International Film Festival, Lithuanian Filmmakers Award, Premis Turia, Miradas Doc Canal+, Trieste Film Festival and selected as well for many international festivals as San Sebastian International Fim Festival, Docs Barcelona, Docs DF, Spanisches Film festival Berlin, ESFF, Talling Black Nights Film Festival, and many others.

He also is composing music for TV and Radio shows, ads and theater.

As musician he has a long trajectory in bands like guitarist, and in 2016 he starts his solo music project, called Sacromonte, in 2017 he released his first album “Rime” on the Spanish label Luscinia Discos, with collaborations with the ambient musician Rauelsson (Sonic Pieces) and one of the pioneer of the Spanish indie rock, Ana Bejar (Usura, Orlando…) The album was mixed and mastered by the German producer and engineer Martyn Heyne at his Litche Studio in Berlin.

Performing live, he was touring in countries as Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Spain and he was opening for some artist as Matt Elliott or Jaakko Eino Kalevi.

He is also a performer in the improvisation Berlin scene and had performed in several theater projects as musician and sound designer.

Recently he starts to explore the film photography field, experimenting with old cameras and expired rolls, creating a personal style with a mixture of portraiture and abstract photography in collaboration with some art collectives and galleries