Listen: Audinity (Foundation, EU IV, The Guild 3) On Scoring For Historical Settings

When working on the soundtrack for The Guild II: Renaissance in 2010, Munich-based composer Yannick Süß needed someone to help him get all the music done in time. He found...

/ 23rd May 2018

A conversation with Loke Rahbek

Loke Rahbek on his process of making the new Croatian Amor record, the concept of concerts and the role that he plays as an artist in today’s society.

/ 6th March 2018

Blade Runner 2049 world premiere concert in Prague

Europe has been a destination for classical concerts for centuries, so it is only fitting that one of the cultural capitols of the world, Prague, should host its annual 4-day...

/ 8th February 2018

‘Altered Carbon’ soundtrack by Jeff Russo out soon

"I wanted to make sure to create thematic motifs that could be used to keep track of who was who in the ever-changing landscape of the story.”

/ 8th February 2018

Branded

Philip Glass said, “The real issue is not how do you find your voice – it’s how to get rid of the damn thing!”

/ 5th February 2018

Dominik Scherrer about the music in ‘Requiem’ (BBC / Netflix)

"I loved that the central character, Mathilda, is a concert cellist. The cello immediately unlocked the door into the score and justified an element of virtuoso solo cello."

/ 2nd February 2018

‘The Alienist’ film score by Rupert Gregson-Williams out soon

Lakeshore Records will release THE ALIENIST – Music From the Television Series digitally on February 2nd and on CD later this year. The album features original music by composer Rupert...

/ 1st February 2018
Jeremy Nathan Tisser's soundtrack for Raw Data is available for download via Steam You can find out more about on his website jeremynathantisser.com. Raw Data is also available for purchase on the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and the PSVR.

Raw Data VR by Jeremy Nathan Tisser (Soundtrack Review)

Look under the surface and you will find intriguing conceptual ideas.

/ 24th January 2018

‘Black Mirror: Black Museum’ score by Cristobal Tapia de Veer out now

"In addition to creating a bit of a theme for Rolo to invoke a salesman-like drive, but with a creepy vibe, Tapia de Veer utilized girls voices which poke through...

/ 19th January 2018

Evolving Sound to release sinister trailer album Dystopia

Later this year, UK-based trailer music production company Evolving Sound will release their new album Dystopia, full of “tense, unnerving and sinister cues, that fuse dystopic live strings and brass,...

/ 11th January 2018

Concert Tour Review: James Newton Howard – Three Decades of Music for Hollywood

James Newton Howard is my favorite composer of all time. Knowing this, you can probably imagine my excitement when, during summer of 2016, it was announced, that he would follow...

/ 30th December 2017

Listen: Filippo Beck Peccoz on Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun OST

"In the end, we need to serve the game itself."

/ 26th December 2017