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Jurassic World (Michael Giacchino)

Following in John Williams’ footsteps, Michael Giacchino took on the task of creating the score for the new ‘Jurassic World’ film. It does not disappoint.

Interview with Cris Velasco

Our interview with composer Cris Velasco, who has worked on many major gaming franchises, such as Assassin’s Creed, Mass Effect, and more.

Chappie (Hans Zimmer)

‘Chappie’ is composer Hans Zimmer’s first all-electronic score in 25 years – this time about a robot with interesting abilities.

Interview with Blake Neely

Blake Neely, composer of ‘The Mentalist’ and ‘Arrow’ talks about how he got into composing and even gives some great advice for young and aspiring composers.

Exodus: Gods and Kings (Alberto Iglesias)

Sony Classical will release, on December 15th, Alberto Iglesias’ soundtrack to the film ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’. Immediately, the opening places you in another land during another era.

Wishin’ and Hopin’ (Matthew Llewellyn)

MovieScore Media has released Matthew Llewellyn’s newest soundtrack, for the film WISHIN’ AND HOPIN’. This orchestral score is just another sign of Llewellyn’s bright future in the world of film music.

Big Hero 6 (Henry Jackman)

Walt Disney Records has just released on CD the soundtrack to the animated film ‘Big Hero 6’ by Henry Jackman. This score makes great use of both classic and modern instruments throughout.

Interstellar (Hans Zimmer)

From WaterTower Music comes Hans Zimmer’s newest soundtrack, this time to the Christopher Nolan film ‘Interstellar.’ It starts off with soft melody behind noise. This doesn’t last long before the notes take the foreground.

Interview with Carlos Rafael Rivera

Our interview with Carlos Rafael Rivera, the composer of the new Liam Neeson film ‘A Walk Among the Tombstones.’ He discusses his progression into the film world and even includes a bit about his mentor, Randy Newman.

The Imitation Game (Alexandre Desplat)

From Sony Classical comes Alexandre Desplat’s latest soundtrack, this time for the film starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley called ‘The Imitation Game’.