Tron: Legacy – part one: the style, the trend, the soundtrack.
Well, if you like futuristic style and flow in fashion and music, than you definitely feel how “Tron” will effect us all. =) The style and the whole theme of this movie is already inspirational for many designers and artists. And you don’t need to be trendsetter to predict that after this movie will be shown to the world, this will be like a huge bomb that blow all the fashion and music world. “Futuristic” and “ElecTRONic” themes will be in most of the collections of young designers and in most of the albums of talenter pop artists. You all see like Futuristic, Neon and Electronic style spread the world with help of Alexander Mcqueen, Lacoste, Balenciaga, Ciara, Dawn Richard, KanYe West, DAft Punk, Mark Holiday Trendsetter, Cassie, Missy Elliott, and some other.
Trendsetter (Mark Holiday) told me back in 2009 – “Neon Lights, Electronic Music, and Retro Futurism will be trends in 2010 and remain till 2012”. Well he was right about 2010, and i think with the Legacy that Tron the movie will left, it seems like futurism will remain trendy after. Too many influential artists and designers already done enough to make it worldwide movement. I done my research, and you should do yours, and then, think about it: what if you know what will be hot in future, won’t you been using this knowledge to get money. You can always use Tron upcoming buzz to start your new clothing or accessory collection. And i must say, it will be much cooler and easier than following last year trend with Avatar. =)
And now to the soundtrack. I’m sure you will agree with me, it is EPIC! “futurEPIC” (c) is i will. lol I saw it first at one of my favorite blogs hypetrack.com they upload some tracks here: SOUNDCLOUD Of course there are more than 24 tracks in official release (coming soon…) As the matter-of-fact you can hear more on YOUTUBE just do your search in there. The original soundtrack was scored completely and only by Duft Punk! Hell Yeah, and producer like Pharrell Williams leaved jealously behind. Pharrell doesn’t hide his disappointment, cuz he was hyped about this project since 2008, but Joseph Kosinski picked the best!
Written by Angela Burciaga for “Get Futuristic”.