Read about the making of the sound track:
The Score: Gregory Rogove story
Gregory Rogove was trained in non-Western, and electronic experimental music. He did a year apprenticeship in Mumbai, India, learning the tabla, which he called, “beautiful intense music, really advanced technically but also very emotional and spiritual.” His influences range from Brazilian percussionist Djalma Correa, to avant jazz funk trio Medeski, Martin & Wood. Rogove has played in the Devendra Banhart band for several years, among numerous other bands and collaborations, created solo work, and started his own band Mega Puss. When it comes to film scores, he cites Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood, prolific French film composer Alexandre Desplat, Saunder Juriaans and Danny Bensi as inspirations.