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My mountain playlist: Charlie Guest’s top tracks to get pumped for the slopes

Looking for music to bring the mountains to you? We caught up with Olympic skier and GB Snowsport Ambassador Charlie Guest, to find out what she’s listening to in lockdown. ‘My favourite playlist to remind me of the mountains is the soundtrack to Warren Miller’s 2018 film, Face of Winter. Charlie Guest I’ve been watching Warren’s movies for as long as I can remember with my family, but the 2018 one is something special to me. I went to watch the film with my parents and sist...
Tags: Music, Inspiration, Lifestyle, Sport, Soundtrack, Skiing, Warren, Song, Q&a, Playlist, Lizzo, Charlie, Warren Miller, Charlie Guest, Lockdown, Quarantine

The Creators of Homestar Runner Just Dropped a Massive, Three-Volume Soundtrack

Sing with me: todaybor day is Labor Day...
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Adding Music to Your Presentation

Have you seen the movie scenes where the musical score is either removed or changed? One of my favorites demonstrates what a powerful communicator music is and how it shapes emotional responses. It’s called “Vader’s Redemption,” and it changes the foreboding original minor key of “The Imperial March” into a chipper and celebratory major key. Listen to the original here. And then listen to the key change here and see how the emotional experience is drastically different. If you haven’t tried usin...
Tags: Music, Bbc, Soundtrack, Emotion, Speaking, Tracks, Presentation Hacks, Bensound, Presentation Media, Musical Score, Anne Blood, Robert Zatorre

Trolls World Tour Soundtrack Listing Unveiled

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Trolls World Tour soundtrack listing unveiled With just over two months left to go until the release of the animated musical comedy sequel Trolls World Tour, DreamWorks has taken to Twitter to unveil the list of songs set to appear and be performed by the cast members for the soundtrack! Check out the announcement with the full list of songs below! RELATED: Differences Don’t Matter in New Trolls World Tour International Trailer Get ready to rock! Check out the #Trolls...
Tags: Movies, Jamie Dornan, Soundtrack, Ozzy Osbourne, Anna Kendrick, Dreamworks, Kelly Clarkson, Justin Timberlake, Techno, Kenan Thompson, Anderson Paak, Kendrick, Blu Ray, Timberlake, Barb, Gustavo Dudamel

‘Soundtrack’ Canceled After One Season at Netflix

Netflix has canceled the musical drama “Soundtrack” after one season, Variety has confirmed. The series had originally been set up as a pilot at Fox before moving to the streamer with a series order. It was described as a romantic musical drama that looked at the love stories connecting a diverse, disparate group of people in […]
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‘Soundtrack’ on Netflix: TV Review

Netflix’s new musical drama “Soundtrack,” from “Smash” executive producer Joshua Safran, is a deeply frustrating entry to the genre. Originally pitched as “Mixtape” for broadcast network TV, “Soundtrack” uses a vague framework of “Love songs are good” to have its characters lip-sync existing songs — by artists ranging from Demi Lovato to Joni Mitchell —at […]
Tags: Reviews, Netflix, Soundtrack, Demi Lovato, Joni Mitchell, Jenna Dewan, Joshua Safran, Madeleine Stowe

‘Soundtrack’ Boss on Lip-Synching, Being Influenced by ‘Smash,’ Casting on ‘Faith’

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Soundtrack,” streaming now on Netflix. Veteran television writer and producer Joshua Safran says music is actually his “No. 1 passion.” Having grown up playing music well before he studied film and television, Safran has had a longtime love of musicals. He was able to […]
Tags: News, Features, Soundtrack, Smash, Safran, Joshua Safran, Netflix Veteran

How Servant's Composer Made a Creepy Show Even Creepier

Apple TV+’s mysterious Servant —from M. Night Shyamalan and Tony Basgallop—begins streaming tomorrow. The unsettling atmosphere of the show is achieved in part due to its fantastically moody score. Today, io9 is debuting an exclusive track from the show and we got to talk to composer Trevor Gureckis, too.Read more...
Tags: Music, Science, Interview, Apple TV, Soundtrack, Streaming, Rupert Grint, Exclusive, M Night Shyamalan, Servant, Tony Basgallop, Nell Tiger Free, Apple Streaming, Trevor Gureckis, Lauren Ambrose And Toby Kebbell

The Mandalorian's Ludwig Göransson on Scoring What Felt Like 3 Star Wars Movies

The music of Star Wars is arguably the most iconic thing about it. John Williams’ scores for the eight (soon nine) film saga are  instantly recognizable to people who don’t even know the movies. In fact, George Lucas often credits Williams’ music with making the films so successful. Dipping a toe in that type of legacy…Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Music, Science, Interview, Disney, Soundtrack, Williams, Streaming, Lucasfilm, George Lucas, John Williams, Ludwig Goransson, The Mandalorian, Disney Plus

Cynthia Erivo’s ‘Stand Up’ Is a Rousing Civil Rights Anthem for ‘Harriet’

In “Harriet,” Cynthia Erivo’s first starring role in a movie, she plays Harriet Tubman, the legendary abolitionist who rescued more than 70 people from slavery. It’s safe to say that Erivo will be in the Oscars race not only for her portrayal of Tubman, but for co-writing the film’s rousing theme song, “Stand Up.” For […]
Tags: News, Soundtrack, Musicians, Harriet, Cynthia Erivo, Harriet Tubman, Tubman, Erivo, Rousing Civil Rights Anthem

Exclusive What Men Want Title Track From Brian Tyler!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Exclusive What Men Want title track from Brian Tyler! Lakeshore Records has provided with the exclusive main title track by composer Brian Tyler (The Fate of the Furious, Crazy Rich Asians, Iron Man 3) from Paramount Pictures‘ upcoming comedy What Men Want. You can listen to the track titled “Somethin’ Like This” in the player below! What Men Want is the latest comedy from director Adam Shankman (Hairspray, Rock of Ages) and producers Will Packer and James ...
Tags: Movies, Soundtrack, Tracy Morgan, Paramount Pictures, Ali, Lakeshore Records, Taraji P Henson, Will Packer, Aldis Hodge, Brian Tyler, James Lopez, Adam Shankman, ComingSoon, Movie News, Ali Davis Henson

The Many Sounds of Love: Composer Nicholas Britell on 'If Beale Street Could Talk'

None If there's a time when words seem completely ineffective, it's when one has the task of describing Nicholas Britell's work. His genre-defying, sensuous film scores always infuse the images with overwhelming, but unintrusive, feeling. In Moonlight, he put classical sounds at the service of a contemporary, heartbreaking, coming-of-age tale, in which we saw a young gay African American boy become an adult despite the odds. Britell's observant score accompanying the protagonist, Chiron, in...
Tags: Feature, Music, America, Soundtrack, James Bond, Jezebel, Barry, Eden, Harlem, Puerto Rico, Lakeshore Records, Nicholas Britell, If Beale Street Could Talk, James Baldwin, Beale, Dizzy Gillespie

New Music for Old Film

When integrated sound came to the cinema, many theaters fired their musicians and stopped showing silent films. A few hung on and offered the occasional silent film with live accompaniment as a concession to audiences or as a novelty. When home video became a reality via first VHS and later DVD, studios hired silent film accompanists such as Rosa Rio and Gaylord Carter to record new soundtracks for silent pictures. And there was a revival of interest in silent film in the 1970s and ’80s that res...
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Setting the Scene with Sound: (Re)Scoring Silent Film

We all know that the soundtrack changes the way we experience a movie. One of my favorite examples of this comes from a meme that appeared about ten years ago in which participants recut classic films into new trailers in different genres. West Side Story, a tragic musical (original trailer), became a horrific zombie movie (revised trailer), and The Shining (original trailer) was turned into a feel-good family film (revised trailer). When it comes to silent film, accompanists have infinite choic...
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New Music for a New Art Form: Photoplay Music

When we think of the music of the early 20th century, we might think of neoclassicism, Schoenberg, the English music renaissance, jazz, and maybe parlor song or vaudeville. But the advent of the moving picture brought about the development of an enormous amount of new music composed specifically to accompany film. While it’s true that some of the music used by film accompanists was borrowed from the vaudeville hall and stage melodramas, that some film accompanists improvised their scores, and th...
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Details Revealed for Crimes of Grindelwald Soundtrack, Two Tracks Released Early

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Details revealed for Crimes of Grindelwald soundtrack, two tracks released early One of the best aspects of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was its lush, majestic score composed by James Newton Howard. Luckily, the famed composer has returned for the sequel Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and WaterTower Music is going all out for the soundtrack — and even released a couple of tracks early for streaming and purchase. RELATED: New Fantastic Beasts: The ...
Tags: Music, Maleficent, Movies, Soundtrack, Eddie Redmayne, Harry Potter, Cd, Johnny Depp, Jude Law, James Newton Howard, Watertower Music, Ezra Miller, United States of America, Howard, J K Rowling, Newt Scamander

The 10 Best ’90s Movie Soundtracks

The 10 best ’90s movie soundtracks Whether it’s a beautifully orchestrated score or a chart-topping hit, certain songs fit with certain movie scenes in a big way. Movie soundtracks have become so common, many movies go into production with the album already in mind. Many directors have already picked out songs for certain scenes before they even film them. It’s hard to listen to Stealers Wheel’s “Stuck in the Middle With You” without picturing Michael Madsen dancing around and cutting someone...
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Musicbed gives YouTube creators a legal soundtrack option

YouTube flags videos that use copyrighted music in them -- so music licensing platform Musicbed is launching a new subscription plan and a way to tell YouTube's bots to back off with those flags. The post Musicbed gives YouTube creators a legal soundtrack option appeared first on Digital Trends.
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You Can Now Stream Eminem’s Song From the Venom Soundtrack

BEGIN SLIDESHOW You can now stream Eminem’s song from the Venom Soundtrack Bloody Disgusting reports that you can now stream Eminem’s song from the Venom soundtrack, Kamikazee, free of charge. The song is available right now on all major platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, and Pandora. Tom Hardy will portray Eddie Brock/Venom on the big screen. Michelle Williams, Riz Ahmed, Scott Haze, Reid Scott, and Woody Harrelson co-star in the film. If the movie is successful, Sony plans to giv...
Tags: Movies, Soundtrack, Eminem, Sony, Woody Harrelson, Jared Leto, Amy Pascal, Matt Tolmach, Columbia Pictures, Jeff Pinkner, Scott Rosenberg, ComingSoon, Movie News, Venom, Ruben Fleischer, Eric Fineman

Hear Suspiria Soundtrack Sample From Radiohead’s Thom Yorke

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Thom Yorke says creating Suspiria soundtrack felt like “making spells” Amazon Studios and Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria remake just gave eager fans the release of another poster, and now we are getting a taste of the film’s score via composer Thom Yorke (of Radiohead fame). Surprisingly, it sounds quite lovely, albeit strange. Check it out below! — Thom Yorke (@thomyorke) August 31, 2018 Yorke, whose work on Suspiria has garnered early awards ...
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Eminem Releases Venom Soundtrack Song on Surprise Album

  BEGIN SLIDESHOW Eminem releases Venom soundtrack song on surprise album Yesterday, Eminem snuck in a song from the Venom soundtrack on his surprise album “Kamikaze,” which was released unexpectedly yesterday. The rapper revealed a 15-second clip of the song on Twitter yesterday, followed by the album’s full release. The track, titled “Venom – Music From The Motion Picture,” includes quite a few references to the film’s plot. You can hear the 15-second clip below, and let us know what y...
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A Star is Born Soundtrack Now Available For Pre-Order

BEGIN SLIDESHOW A Star is Born soundtrack now available for pre-order Warner Bros. announced today that the soundtrack for its upcoming musical drama A Star is Born, the third remake of the 1937 original, is officially available for pre-order for both physical and digital copies leading up to the release of the album by Interscope Records on October 5 to coincide with the film’s release. The track list for the soundtrack can be viewed below! Featuring 19 songs in a wide range of musical s...
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Debussy, but EPIC for the new Godzilla trailer

Godzilla 2: King of the Monsters continues the trend of making classical music EPIC by turning Claude Debussy's "Clair de Lune" into a spine-tingling blast of EPICness. Here's just the track as a standalone: (more…)
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Soundtrack your life on Instagram with new Music mode

Music makes everything more powerful. You can’t say you’ve never wished your life had a soundtrack? Well Instagram are making dreams come true adding music to your life. Instagram has over 1 billion monthly users of which 400 million come to add and view Instagram Stories every single day, providing a one-time snapshot of their life that day. The Facebook-owned app have just launched their awesome new feature which provides a soundtrack to the millions of videos and photos added to Stories e...
Tags: Social, Photos, Videos, Facebook, Video, Music, Instagram, Story, Photo, Soundtrack, Pictures, Stories, Jaden Smith, Will Smith, Song, Digital Music News

Holographic hallucinations, reality hacking, and Jedi battles in London

In 1977, Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope captivated audiences with stunning multisensory special effects and science-fiction storytelling. The original Star Wars trilogy sent shockwaves of excitement through popular culture that would resonate for years to come. Beyond the films themselves, the Star Wars universe extended into a wider sphere of cultural artefacts such as toys, books and comics, which allowed audiences to recreate and extend the stories. This imaginative play also spilled out ...
Tags: Star Wars, Books, Music, Technology, London, Featured, Microsoft, Artificial Intelligence, Soundtrack, James Earl Jones, Leia, Simon Boswell, Jedi, Mickey, James Lavelle, Chris Harvey

Get into Football Fever with Deezer’s soundtrack to the World Cup

With the football World Cup just days away Deezer are giving footie fans the perfect streaming compliment to the world’s biggest sporting event after the Olympics. The Football World Cup starts this Thursday and fans around the globe are donning their country’s shirts, busting out the rattle clackers, and greasing up their vuvuzelas. Music streaming service Deezer are getting in on the festivities with a playlist they reckon with be the perfect accompaniment to the international celebration ...
Tags: Music, England, Sweden, Russia, Football, Sports, Sport, Soundtrack, Fifa, 2018, World Cup, Kasabian, Playlists, Deezer, Digital Music News, Zara Larsson

Pandora reveals their hottest tracks Summer 2018

You may have already been sunning it for the past few months or maybe you’re still waiting for Summer to peek around the corner, either way here is Pandora’s soundtrack for your Summer. Pandora can’t wait to get out to the beach, bust out the BBQs, crack out some chilled drinks, and most importantly spin the best summer tunes in the sun. Based on their team of music curators and their music data systems Pandora have revealed their selection of the top songs they think will be occupying the s...
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