Decided to try something different this time with a quick recording of a medley I was working on instead of individual pieces – though they aren’t entirely accurate renditions. Not too sure of how the transitions between tracks feel – feedback much appreciated!
There are a few mistakes here and there throughout the whole recording, probably will do a better version once I have time to really brush up the pieces.
Pirates of the Caribbean – The Black Pearl
Pirates of the Caribbean – He’s a Pirate
Star Trek Into Darkness – London Calling
The Dark Knight Rises – Why Do We Fall
The Dark Knight Rises – No Stone Unturned
Liam Brand, Eli Martinez, Matt Hiles, Matty Sievers, and Syd Miller are all here to discuss the best music in film. From our favourite collection of songs, to original scores, to ambient noise, these are our favourite film soundtracks of all time.
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Hosts Russel Lolacher, Kyle Wells and Jason Whyte share their thoughts on movies, news and Netflix.
Topics this week: What’s your favourite movie soundtrack?, the latest in movie news and our weekly “Up For Discussion”: Why do movie goers prefer big movies rather than arthouse or “small” films? Is it all marketing? What can convince customers to try something different?
We also discuss current movies including Sin City: A Dame to Kill For and If I Stay, upcoming home video releases like The Double and Love Punch. Jason also shares his Netflix recommendation.
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So Trainspotting is 20 years old…
We’ll just let that sink in for a while. Aside from being an important slice of British cinema it also had an amazingly influential soundtrack which set in motion a new phenomenon in the music world too.
This week @HoboJoBo and @Meerkuts discuss film soundtracks, their influence plus whether the soundtrack for a film has an impact on the music world and visa versa.
A potpourri from a concert in 2012 – Symphony Orchestra of Film Musics
A sad loss for 2011 and a fitting way to end the year. Here’s the soulful groove of B Movie, stripped back and chopped up. It could be considered sacrilege to cut out a lot of the vocal, but that’s what I’ve done so sorry to the purists. Enjoy and here’s to a funky 2012.
This track is a third person narrative and I recorded it for a short film scene! So keep calm, I’m fine and still very happy with my life.
I’ve had this track stored on my computer for months and thought about releasing this and couple other things I’ve recorded in the last time while traveling around our globe… Just some simple easy going stuff that came into my mind and I dont know. Ha. But it’s actually quite cool to make them, so here you go for the second track I made while seeing some weird things in Los Angeles…
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