The techno-infused film also features scenes shot at London’s Printworks
The latest edition in the Batman anthology directed by Matt Reeves, The Batman, features tracks from a slew of electronic musicians.
Using both exclusive productions and some pre-existing bangers from the likes of Peggy Gou, Kevin Saunderson, Patrick Topping, Alesso, Baauer, and more from the dance music world, The Batman also features scenes shot at London’s Printworks nightclub.
The new flick also adds music from Nirvana, Dean Martin, Ludwig van Beethoven spanning almost 30 tracks in total.
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A full list of tracks used in the latest Blockbuster film has now been revealed, which includes ‘Frisk’, a joint track by Kevin Saunderson and Patrick Topping, and Peggy Gou’s ‘Darkroom’ and ‘Troop’ released via Rekids.
Baauer’s ‘Hot 44’ also appears on the soundtrack, as well as a single by major Swedish EDM star Alesso titled ‘Dark’. Most music compiled for the film falls under the classical, opera, and electronic categories.
Several fight scenes in The Batman’s Iceberg Lounge nightclub are accompanied by a number of these electronic tracks, all of which was shot at London’s legendary Surrey Quays nightclub.
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The club was first spotted in trailers in October last year after Southwark News reported sightings of a “bat signal” over Canada Water, and Batman-fronting star Robert Pattinson was spotted on set in South London.
Earlier this year, Robert Pattinson revealed that he had dabbled in making ambient electronic music on the set of the next film.
Check out our investigation into whether The Batman’s Iceberg Lounge would make for a cracking night out, and find the full soundtrack below.
Gemma Ross is Mixmag’s Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter
Outside of Michael Giacchino's soundtrack for #TheBatman , the music listed is mostly classical music, opera and electronic music.

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