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By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

Previewing “Tindersticks: Claire Denis Film Scores (1996-2009)”

A sweet reminder from Nénette et Boni by Claire Denis of how how integral the music of Tindersticks has been in several of the great French director’s movies. Constellation Records is releasing “Tindersticks: Claire Denis Film Scores (1996-2009),” a five-album deluxe box set that gathers all six soundtracks (and 190 minutes of music) the band members have composed for her films in the past decade-and-a-half. The set is out April 26 from the Montreal-based label. Pre-order here. Listen to a five-track sampler via Soundcloud, with music from 35 Rhums, White Material and L’intrus here.

TINDERSTICKS – Claire Denis Film Scores BOX SET PREVIEW by Constellation Records

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