The Limits of Control

Jim Jarmusch's new movie, The Limits of Control, is set for release on Friday, May 1, and will be shown at the Arclight and elsewhere.  Jarmusch films always look great, but beyond that, the soundtrack for this flick is simply outstanding.  As reported by The Playlist, here's all the music you can expect to hear:

Boris - "Feedbacker I & IV" (from Feedbacker, on Disk Union Records)
Boris -"Fuzzy Reactor" (from Rainbow, on Disk Union Records)

Schubert - "Adagio - String Quintent In C D.956"
Boris - " " aka Smile (from the Japanese version of Smile, on Disk Union Records)
sunn 0)))/Boris - "N.L.T." (From Altar, on Southern Lord)
Bill Doggett - "Moon Dust"
LCD Soundsystem - "Daft Punk Is Playing At My House"
Boris -"Farewell" (From Pink, on Southern Lord)
Manuel El Sevillan0 - "Por Compasión: Malagueñas" (a traditional Flamenco)
Black Angels - "You On The Run"
La Macarena - "Saeta" (an Alan Lomax recording)
sunn 0)))/Boris - "Blood Swamp" (From Altar, on Southern Lord)
Talegon De Cordoba, La Truco and Jorge Rodriguez Padilla - "El Que Tenga Por Grande" (traditional)
Earth - Omens and Portents 1: The Driver (from The Bees Made Honey In The Lions' Skull, on Southern Lord)
Carmen Linares - 
"El Que Tenga Por Grande" (traditional)

That's a large order of Southern Lord.  And the Black Angels, although surely not metal, sound good too.  They deserve love simply for their work with Roky Erickson over the last year.  He's been reborn again.