As far as John Irvin (Dogs of War, A Month By the
Lake) is concerned, electronica is the sound of the City. In his new film
noir, City of Industry (March 7, soundtrack Mar. 11), Irvin uses the
dark sounds of the electronic ether to guide his central characters--Harvey
Keitel, Stephen Dorff, Timothy Hutton and Famke Janssen--through their dramatic
paces, with the help of soundtrack compiler Jason Bentley (Pop Fiction).
The 10-song soundtrack album contains unreleased/previously unavailable
mixes from Lush ("Last Night"), Bomb the Bass and Justin Warfield ("Bug Powder
Dust") and Butter 08 ("Degobrah"). Also included in the collection are tracks
from Massive Attack ("Three"), Tricky ("Overcome"), Death in Vegas ("Rocco
Sings for a Drink"), Palm Skin Productions ("Walking Through Water"), Lionrock
("Call A Cab"), Photek ("The Hidden Camera") and Mr. Jones ("Red").