DJ Shadow Scores Homeless Documentary

'Dark Days' will be shown at Sundance Film Festival.

Techno-rocker DJ Shadow wrote the score to "Dark Days," a documentary on homeless people who live in New York, which will be shown at next week's Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, according to a release from the publicity firm Nasty Little Man. DJ Shadow decided to write the music after watching a rough cut of the film, according to the release. "Dark Days," the directorial debut of 25-year-old Marc Singer, chronicles a group of people who live in a Manhattan subway tunnel. DJ Shadow is known for his hip-hop and drum & bass–inspired compositions. He's released the albums Endtroducing ... (1994) and Pre-Emptive Strike (1996) and collaborated with Mo' Wax Records founder James Lavelle as Unkle on the 1998 ambient concept album Psyence Fiction. The "Dark Days" score features remixes of songs from Entroducing ...and Psyence Fiction.