Posts Tagged: soundtracks

Marco Beltrami ~ A Quiet Place OST

Spoiler-free review!  (We’ll mention the ending of the soundtrack, but not of the movie.)  A Quiet Place is of special interest due to its concentration on silence and sound.  How would Marco Beltrami score it?  Unlike other films light on dialogue (Gravity, Castaway,

Marco Beltrami ~ A Quiet Place OST

Spoiler-free review!  (We’ll mention the ending of the soundtrack, but not of the movie.)  A Quiet Place is of special interest due to its concentration on silence and sound.  How would Marco Beltrami score it?  Unlike other films light on dialogue (Gravity, Castaway,

Erik K Skodvin & Rauelsson ~ A Score for Darling

Something amazing has been happening in the field of film scoring.  Over the last few years, we’ve watched an increase in the number of scores that work just as well as independent albums.  A Score for Darling is the latest of

Erik K Skodvin & Rauelsson ~ A Score for Darling

Something amazing has been happening in the field of film scoring.  Over the last few years, we’ve watched an increase in the number of scores that work just as well as independent albums.  A Score for Darling is the latest of

ACL 2017 ~ The Year’s Best Film Scores

The mainstream and the avant-garde meet in the field of film scoring.  Even those who don’t follow instrumental music are likely to own a few soundtracks.  When movie scores break big, their themes are seared in the public’s ears.  Despite

ACL 2017 ~ The Year’s Best Film Scores

The mainstream and the avant-garde meet in the field of film scoring.  Even those who don’t follow instrumental music are likely to own a few soundtracks.  When movie scores break big, their themes are seared in the public’s ears.  Despite

ACL 2017 ~ The Year’s Best Videogame Soundtracks

The tension between the cinematic and background aspects of videogame music has perhaps reached a high point in 2017, giving us soundtracks with grand ambitions of making every moment a unique one and thus coming to span up to six

ACL 2017 ~ The Year’s Best Videogame Soundtracks

The tension between the cinematic and background aspects of videogame music has perhaps reached a high point in 2017, giving us soundtracks with grand ambitions of making every moment a unique one and thus coming to span up to six

William Ryan Fritch ~ Birkitshi – Eagle Hunters in a New World

Birkitshi – Eagle Hunters in a New World is not only a great new film score from William Ryan Fritch, but the first installment of a brand new subscription series from Lost Tribe Sound.  The film bemoans the decline of a

William Ryan Fritch ~ Birkitshi – Eagle Hunters in a New World

Birkitshi – Eagle Hunters in a New World is not only a great new film score from William Ryan Fritch, but the first installment of a brand new subscription series from Lost Tribe Sound.  The film bemoans the decline of a

Foudre! ~ Earth

Supergroup alert!  We’ve reviewed all of the artists in the Foudre! collective, comprised of Frédéric D. Oberland (Oiseaux-Tempête, The Rustle Of The Stars, FareWell Poetry), Romain Barbot and Grégory Buffier (Saåad), Paul Régimbeau (Mondkopf), and Christine Ott.  Separately, their work encompasses multiple genres,

Foudre! ~ Earth

Supergroup alert!  We’ve reviewed all of the artists in the Foudre! collective, comprised of Frédéric D. Oberland (Oiseaux-Tempête, The Rustle Of The Stars, FareWell Poetry), Romain Barbot and Grégory Buffier (Saåad), Paul Régimbeau (Mondkopf), and Christine Ott.  Separately, their work encompasses multiple genres,

Matt Parker ~ The People’s Cloud (Original Soundtrack)

Senator Ted Stevens may have accomplished a lot as a politician, but he is best remembered for calling the internet “a series of tubes.”  Fast-forward to 2017, and our digital storage is now in “the cloud,” which has certainly caused

Matt Parker ~ The People’s Cloud (Original Soundtrack)

Senator Ted Stevens may have accomplished a lot as a politician, but he is best remembered for calling the internet “a series of tubes.”  Fast-forward to 2017, and our digital storage is now in “the cloud,” which has certainly caused