Interview…Composer Brian McOmber on the Emotional Instability of ‘Krisha’

Krisha, the feature length film from Trey Edward Shults (which is adapted from his short film of the same name), has a lot in common with Requiem For A Dream. But instead of strung out junkies, the character fraying at the edges is a member of his immediate family. Further, this film showcases the exceptional talent of […]

Interview…Mark Korven on the Unsettling Sounds of A24’s ‘The Witch’

Mark Korven is a Toronto based award-winning composer of music for film and television, and has also composed feature film scores for acclaimed directors Deepa Mehta, Patricia Rozema and Vincenzo Natale. Mark is also a multi-instrumentalist specializing in world music. In 2008, he received a Gemini Award (Canadian Emmy) nomination for Best Original Score for a Dramatic Series for […]

FourScore Match-Up #21: “The Life and Times of John Williams”

As I stated in our anniversary post (check it out here, it’s a really good read), 2015 has been a fantastic time to be a film fan. While the year didn’t quite hold as many game-changing blockbuster films as studios boasted (and fans or critics expected), most audiences were still plenty thrilled in theaters across […]

CONTEST CLOSED – Win A Copy of the ‘Home Alone: 25th Anniversary Edition‘ CD Score from La-La Land Records

Attention: CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. Winners have been notified. Thanks for your interest in HOME ALONE. ———————————————————————————————————————————— GoSeeTalk and La-La Land Records are offering lucky fans a copy of the 25th anniversary edition Home Alone score – composed and conducted by John Williams. The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, which is limited to 5000 units, was released on CD […]

CONTEST CLOSED – Win A Copy of the ‘Dances With Wolves: 25th Anniversary Edition‘ CD Score from La-La Land Records

Attention: CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. Winners have been notified. Thanks for your interest in DANCES WITH WOLVES. ———————————————————————————————————————————— GoSeeTalk and La-La Land Records are offering lucky fans a copy of the 25th anniversary edition of Dances With Wolves score – composed and conducted by John Barry. The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, which is limited to 5000 units, was released […]

Interview…Composer Michael Brook on John Crowley’s Understated ‘Brooklyn’

Michael Brook is a Golden Globe and Grammy nominated composer, producer and recording artist recognized for his unique style of composition that traverses ambient, world, Americana, electronic and orchestral territories. His work often contains unusual combinations of instruments, sounds and moods that create a powerful, unique and emotional impact. Brook’s music career began as a […]

CONTEST CLOSED – Win A Copy of ‘The Martian’ Score Autographed by Composer Harry Gregson-Williams

Attention: CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. All winners have been notified. Thanks for your interest in THE MARTIAN. ———————————————————————————————————————————— Ridley Scott’s film The Martian opened on October 2nd to amazing box office and critical success – currently, it is the 7th highest grossing film of 2015. Part of what made the space epic so enthralling (aside from Andy […]

Interview…Composer Harry Gregson-Williams on ‘The Martian’, Ridley Scott and Andy Weir’s Hopeful Space Epic

We first spoke to film composer Harry Gregson-Williams a few years ago and discussed his work on Zal Batmanglij‘s stunning throwback-styled thriller The East – a pensive score he shared credit with Halli Cauthri. It was a Scott Free Production, so it seems that these days Harry, even after his sabbatical, can never be found too far from Ridley […]

Interview…Composer Mac Quayle Gives ‘Mr. Robot’ its Surreal Groove

Grammy nominated musician Mac Quayle has written music for over 40 films and television shows, and has accumulated a long list of credits as a music producer, dance re-mixer and multi-instrumentalist. Mac recently received his first EMMY nomination for FX’s hit series, “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” starring Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates and Angela Bassett, and […]

Interview…Composer Penka Kouneva on ‘The Woman Astronaut’

Film and game composer Penka Kouneva has worked for 15 years in Los Angeles on a variety of projects from games, to shorts, to feature films. Her own music is a blend of her Eastern-European upbringing, classical training, modern film & game music, and influences ranging from rock, electronica, Medieval chant to non-Western music. A woman […]