In the world of flickering in-fashion news stories, we can be sure that two stories are trending this month: the release of Interstellar to movie theaters and its head-turning ticket sales, and the permanent interest in the composer of its soundtrack, Hans Zimmer. This week, New York City's Mike Saint-Jules has done this week what many producers undoubtedly have their eye on doing in the very near future, and bootleged Zimmer's orchestral vision of a theme song for Interstellar. While the track in the trailers for the movie still remains nameless, those in cities where the movie is out and playing can testament to its depth and moving nature. Saint-Jules is known for his trance productions, a genre whose fans love it for its emotion already, and some might say, for its closeness to classical music compositions. It's no wonder that Saint-Jules bootleged the track with ease, turning it into a glittering, other-worldly dance movement. Surely other producers are waiting to work on this until the details behind soundtrack are out, but until then Saint-Jules got the jump on it. For now, the soundtrack is available for pre-order until its release next week on November 18th.
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