Pioneering film music company MovieScore Media, based in Sweden, today announced its new online music store devoted to film music, MovieMusic Online ( Offering all music in high audio quality (320 kbit mp3 format), MovieMusic Online will focus its activites on film music albums produced by independent soundtrack labels and film composers.

So far, most of the albums available in the store are MovieScore Media albums, but the store will expand in the near future to include many exciting albums from other labels. First out is Expressing the Inexpressible, a compilation featuring music from eight films scored by the highly talented composer Douglas Romayne, including Rocketboy, Sunday Paper and Shelter. Steven A. Kennedy, Film Score Monthly, wrote in his review of the album that "this release is highly recommended for those interested in hearing a voice that we can only hope will move on to more high profile assignments."

The MovieScore Media soundtrack label will continue to produce original score albums for release on CD and online. The label's official web site remains at

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If you would like to get your music on MovieMusic Online, please contact Mikael Carlsson at