Check out these articles about Alexandra Pelosi’s Fall to Grace (with a score by Pat Irwin).
The Sundance Film Festival just announced the roster for the spring contest. Fall to Grace— Directed by Alexandra Pelosi for HBO Docs, with an original score by Pat Irwin, was accepted in the short docs category.
Read the article here.
Fall to Grace / U.S.A. (Director: Alexandra Pelosi) — Former New Jersey governor Jim McGreevey famously resigned from office after declaring himself “a gay American.” Since then, he has continued to use his connections to help rehabilitate women and to make peace with his journey from married governor to gay suburban priest.
Check out Pat Irwin’s review of two books written about the Rolling Stones in the New York Times: “The Rolling Stones: ‘Mick Jagger’ and ‘The Rolling Stones 50″ by Pat Irwin. November 30, 2012
Pat was also interviewed for the ArtsBeat Podcast: Book Review Podcast: The Rolling Stones Turn 50
New footage from early Raybeats shows has been discovered and archived along with other punk-era concert footage digitized for the Downtown Collection at N.Y.U.’s Fales Library.
Unreleased recordings by the Raybeats and Phillip Glass have also been discovered and restored for forthcoming release!
Check out the article here: New York Times / The Local
Check out some clips from the Pat Irwin’s score from Season 3 of HBO’s Bored to Death on the TV/ Film page.
I’m happy to report that the Raybeats are in the process of preparing some unreleased material for release in the fall of 2012. Included will be tracks recorded with Philip Glass that were recorded in the early ’80′s, around the time this picture was taken on the Lower East Side. Graffiti by Kenny Scharf, Keith Haring, Daze, et. al.
Thanks to all at SpongeBob SquarePants. I’m happy to receive an 2012 ASCAP Film and Television Award and to be a part of the crew that contributes to the SpongeBob soundtrack.