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Well-tuned Wednesday #6 – No Woman, No (Far) Cry

This week, it may feel like I’m trying to cheat a little. Although I hadn’t actually stated so up front, it was rather fair to assume the scope of interest of this musical post series would be limited only to the original compositions featured on the scores of the games presented in it. 595 more words

Games

Civil war breaks out in 'Far Cry 4' story trailer

If Far Cry 4‘s new trailer is any indication, be thankful you can never take a vacation to the fictional nation of Kyrat. 220 more words

News

Cliff Martinez: the Drive composer's best scores

As the outrage over Zane Lowe’s Drive rescore reaches fever pitch, now is the perfect time to discover Martinez’s work. Read more on the Telegraph website. 11 more words

Film

Alexandre Desplat Proves a Perennial Fave at Ghent's World Soundtrack Awards

As the emcee at Saturday night’s 14th annual World Soundtrack Awards — the culmination of Belgium’s Film Fest Ghent — announced, “this should be called the Alexandre Desplat Awards,” after the French maestro was named as winner of both composer of the year and creator of the year’s original film score (“The Grand Budapest Hotel”). 638 more words

News

Soundtracks - World Soundtrack Awards

Went to the World Soundtrack Awards yesterday, here are some of the beauty’s played live with a full orchestra (in the presence of the composer!).

Music

Zane Lowe's Re-Scored Drive Soundtrack

Anyone that has seen the 2011 film, Drive, will remember its smooth 80s-synth style soundtrack, making the already cool Ryan Gosling just that little bit cooler. 225 more words
Film

You should have been watching "The Knick"

By Ethan Sapienza

As the camera cuts in to a close up of a pregnant woman’s stomach, Dr. Jules Christiansen’s bare hand, wielding a knife, presses against the exposed skin and makes an incision. 638 more words

Television