The 2nd Film Soundtrack Awards are coming in just a few hours! After the success from last year, we moved the date to early March to accommodate the awards season more aptly. We look forward to revealing the awards and … Continue Reading Coming Soon: 2nd Annual Film Soundtrack Center Awards
Vote below for the “Limited Edition/Re-release” category of this year’s Film Soundtrack Center Awards! The voting is open to all the public. If you have any questions, feel free to use the contact form in the tab section at the … Continue Reading Fan Vote!
Vote now for the people’s choice category for the 2014 Film Soundtrack Center Awards! You have the option to not only vote for up to 3 nominees, but you also have the chance to write-in a vote! If you feel … Continue Reading Public Vote for the Film Soundtrack Center Awards (2014)
This soundtrack for The Maze Runner by John Paesano, released by Sony Classical, is a good fit for a dystopian styled film. There’s a little bit of fantasy in there, but there’s also plenty of action and almost nervousness.
Moms’ Night Out by Marc & Steffan Fantini (2014) Get it: If you want a soundtrack that is not heavy … Continue Reading Moms’ Night Out (Marc & Steffan Fantini)
Jeff Russo – Fargo and The Surface – FSC: What inspired you to compose film music? JR: I was asked to play guitar on a film score and that experience really got me interested in doing that. I really enjoyed … Continue Reading Interview with Jeff Russo
Ah2 – Jeff Lippencott and Mark T. Williams – FSC: What inspired you to compose music? Mark: As a child when I began piano lessons, I seemed to always interpret music differently than what was on the page. Looking back, … Continue Reading Interview with Ah2
Ballet Boys by Henrik Skram (2014) Get it: If you are looking for a soundtrack that has a classic charm to it Don’t get it: If you want a soundtrack that is more of a modern action type score Norwegian … Continue Reading Ballet Boys (Henrik Skram)
This is our first review that was chosen by the readers! The Giver by Marco Beltrami (2014) Get it: If you want a beautiful soundtrack that has a classic feel to it yet is certainly from the past decade Don’t … Continue Reading The Giver (Marco Beltrami)
Mark Roos – The Vermeers and God’s Square Mile – FSC: What inspired you to compose film music? MR: Not to sound trite or “canned” but the reason I began to become passionate about film/T.V. was because as a kid … Continue Reading Interview with Mark Roos
Crooked Arrows by Brian Ralston (2013) Get it: If you are looking for a soundtrack that uses a good, classic sports style along with an ethnic Native American one Don’t get it: If you want a score that is more … Continue Reading Crooked Arrows (Brian Ralston)
Joel Douek – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TV Series) and Sharkbite Summer – FSC: What inspired you to compose film music? JD: Two things: Im my twenties I was struggling with how to make a positive difference in the world, my … Continue Reading Interview with Joel Douek
Anonymous Rejected Filmscore by John Murphy (2014) Get it: If you like a newer style of soundtrack that is a good combination of orchestra/rock styles Don’t get it: If you want a score that relies more on the harp, piano, … Continue Reading Anonymous Rejected Filmscore (John Murphy)
John Murphy – Snatch. and Sunshine – FSC: What inspired you to compose film music? JM: I remember watching Fistful of Dollars when I was a kid and suddenly being aware that there was music playing. I must have been … Continue Reading Interview with John Murphy
Into the Storm Soundtrack by Brian Tyler (2014) Get it: If you are looking for a soundtrack that does an excellent job of capturing the essence of a storm and even some qualities of humanity Don’t get it: If you … Continue Reading Into the Storm (Brian Tyler)