The Gravity soundtrack arrived in stores on September 17. Alfonso Cuarón‘s Gravity is getting some amazing press from movie critics and fans. The film stars George Clooney and Sandra Bullock and opens in theaters on October 4th. Steven Price scored the intense soundtrack. He has done the soundtracks for Joe Cornish‘s Attack the
You are going to either love or hate Kick-Ass 2, but the Kick-Ass 2 soundtrack is pretty damn solid. Each song goes for the gut and pushes right through blowing a hole out of our your back with the same intensity displayed in the film. The songs are like a
Here is our soundtrack reivew for Howard Shore Soul of the Ultimate Nation It may seem strange that someone of the caliber of Academy Award and Grammy Award-winning composer Howard Shore would be composing soundtrack music for an online game, but Shore is actually no stranger to quirky projects. Though
Here is Lincoln soundtrack review. John Williams’ musical scores are magical in so many ways. He has worked with Steven Spielberg for over forty years
I thought perhaps, given that the film is a concept documentary, the music for it might be some indie-new-age fare, a sort of out-there version of elevator music.
I was very pleasantly surprised at how much it wasn’t like that.
This is Liza at her best, both in terms of career timing and being smack in the middle of her element. She owns the stage, and in an era where Broadway concerts were a relatively new concept, she showed that a big enough performer didn’t need elaborate sets or a chorus to back her up.
Sony Masterworks has now released a two-disc edition featuring highlights from each of these performances, with classic material that has been remastered for CD. While there are certainly some issues relating to the limits of the format, in general this is a worthwhile collection that will make listeners nostalgic for the golden age of variety shows.
Indie-folk seems to be the genre du jour, and with artists such as FLEET FOXES, MUMFORD & SONS, and LAURA MARLING garnering widespread critical acclaim, many artists are deciding to pick up the banjo and give it a go. The result of this is that the genre already feels slightly
Joe Carnahan’s latest film, THE GREY, which is released on January 27, tells the tale of a group of oil-rig workers, led by Liam Neeson, whose plane crashes in the Alaskan wildnerness. It is a battle against time, as the group try to fend off the elements and a pack
As promised, here is my review of the latest offerings from Thom Yorke and Co. , ‘The Daily Mail’ and ‘Staircase’. Both tracks were recorded during ‘The King of Limbs’ sessions, but they sound very different from each other. Let’s start with : ‘The Daily Mail’. Within 10 seconds,
A mix of original music and classic rock, blues, and jazz puts other soundtracks to shame. Steve McQueen’s latest film, the psychological drama SHAME, isn’t the most cheerful watch of the year. Dealing with the sex addiction of Brandon (an award-winning turn by Michael Fassbender), and the effect the arrival of
Howard Shore’s soundtrack perfectly captures the mood of the film; but is that a good thing? Director David Cronenberg’s latest film, ‘A DANGEROUS METHOD’, which stars Keira Knightley, Viggo Mortensen and Michael Fassbender, is a story of sexual and intellectual exploration during the early 1900‘s, and centres around the relationships between the famous psychoanalysts