Posts Tagged: Ryuichi Sakamoto

Ryuichi Sakamoto ~ The Staggering Girl

Matt Schrader’s Score was a 2016 documentary that offered an array of insights from composers and stories behind some of the most interesting and best-known movie soundtracks of recent years, as well as providing an all-too-brief look at the history

Ryuichi Sakamoto ~ The Staggering Girl

Matt Schrader’s Score was a 2016 documentary that offered an array of insights from composers and stories behind some of the most interesting and best-known movie soundtracks of recent years, as well as providing an all-too-brief look at the history

SP* Episode 8: GREYFADED – with Joseph Branciforte (& Theo Bleckmann) [podcast]

Greyfade is a New York based label founded by Joseph Branciforte, dedicated to releasing high-quality physical and digital album-length works of art. Greyfade’s inaugural release is the aptly titled LP1, a collaboration between Branciforte and the acclaimed vocalist Theo Bleckmann.

SP* Episode 8: GREYFADED – with Joseph Branciforte (& Theo Bleckmann) [podcast]

Greyfade is a New York based label founded by Joseph Branciforte, dedicated to releasing high-quality physical and digital album-length works of art. Greyfade’s inaugural release is the aptly titled LP1, a collaboration between Branciforte and the acclaimed vocalist Theo Bleckmann.

Francesco Tristano ~ Surface Tension

Some movie soundtracks take on lives of their own, transcending the films for which they were originally composed. One such example is the theme for Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence, which composer Ryuichi Sakamoto has regularly dusted down and rearranged since

Francesco Tristano ~ Surface Tension

Some movie soundtracks take on lives of their own, transcending the films for which they were originally composed. One such example is the theme for Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence, which composer Ryuichi Sakamoto has regularly dusted down and rearranged since

Rich’s Picks: Best Film Scores

The film industry honors scores based on their use in movies.  But our angle is different; we’re more interested in how scores work as albums.  This means our preferences are a bit different from others.  After a lot of viewing,

Rich’s Picks: Best Film Scores

The film industry honors scores based on their use in movies.  But our angle is different; we’re more interested in how scores work as albums.  This means our preferences are a bit different from others.  After a lot of viewing,