Best Soundtrack podcasts — Music from television and cinema (Updated June 2018; image)
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In a unique weekly podcast, Edith Bowman sits down with a variety of film directors, actors, producers and composers to talk about the music that inspired them and how they use music in their films, from their current release to key moments in their career. The music chosen by our guests is woven into the interview and used alongside clips from their films.https://twitter.com/soundtrackingukhttps://www.facebook.com/Soundtrackingwithedithbowman/https://play.spotify.com/user/soundtrackingwithe ...
 
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The SoundCast
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Talking all things film, tv, and video game soundtracks. Soundtrack news, reviews, composer interviews.
 
Cinematic Sound Radio is a film, TV and video game music radio show that has been on the air and streaming on the internet for 20 years. Since being picked up by WROCK Radio in California, the show is now a weekly 2-hour program featuring a wide variety of great film music for you to enjoy. Updated weekly (sometimes a little bit later). Host and producer Erik Woods. Recorded in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. ‘Cinematic Sound Radio Fanfare and Theme’ composed by David Coscina.
 
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Art of the Score
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Art of the Score is the podcast that explores, demystifies and celebrates some of the greatest soundtracks of all time from the world of film, TV and video games. In each episode we’ll be joined by Andrew Pogson, Dan Golding and Nicholas Buc as we check out a soundtrack we love and break down its main themes, explore what makes the score tick and hopefully impart our love of the world of soundtracks.
 
Join gak as he explores music from the movies, tunes from television and any other cinematic source, along with atmospheric pieces, cutting edge new tracks and strange old goodies that could be used in a soundtrack to be. The spotlight swings widely to encompass composers, genres and other categories, but all in the name of discovery and ironclad whimsy.
 
The Psychotronic Film Soundtrack Podcast
 
We write music & produce the podcast Sideshow Sound Radio, reviewing film soundtracks, TV scores, video game, media & Disney music we love!
 
In which we speak of our obsessions with film music, including anecdotes, factoids, and personal views on the film music world and industry.
 
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It's been a year that's seen one or two massive cinematic events, but you can always count on dinosaurs to make a few very loud noises too. Already the 7th highest grossing film of 2018, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the work of Spanish director JA Bayona, who returns to Soundtracking for a second sitting. You can, of course, listen to our ...…
 
Will Brueggamann (The Underscore Podcast), Kristen Romanelli, and Christopher Coleman return to Metroville to discuss Michael Giacchino's original score for one of Pixar's most anticipated sequels - INCREDIBLES 2! To start, they quickly share their deepest, heartfelt, emotional reactions to the Pixar short, BAO. Next, they jump into the Incredi ...…
 
Ahead of our next episode, which sees the return of JA Bayona, the Spanish director discusses the sonic precursor to Michael Giacchino's score for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. The full episode is out on Friday 22nd June, and features plenty more of Michael's score, among other musical delights.
 
Composer Pinar Toprak has been signed to write the original score for Marvel's upcoming feature film, "CAPTAIN MARVEL"- making her the first female composer to be hired to score a major super-hero film. Kristen Romanelli and Christopher Coleman discuss the context of this move by Marvel and its repercussions. They also examine how big of a deal ...…
 
You can't describe yourself as a podcast about film music without talking to the occasional composer. And we've be joined by a fair few of the best - from Clint Mansell, Justin Hurwitz and Nicholas Brittell to Geoff Barrow, Ben Salisbury and Philip Selway. Without exception, each has cast the projects they've been involved with in a new light a ...…
 
After a brief hiatus for a wee bit of summer sun, Edith returns with the lovely Daniel Pemberton - a composer in hot demand after a string of excellent scores for high quality films. Indeed, when the legend that is Aaron Sorkin comes calling to ask you to provide the sonic backdrop to his directorial debut, you know you're doing something right ...…
 
Kirsten, Erik and Christopher are back to talk through six new soundtrack stories: Best 2018 Score (so far), Joseph Trapanese scoring the upcoming Robin Hood film, the new Mortal Engines trailer and their hopes and dreams for the film and score's composer, Gordy Haab and the future of Star Wars music, Willow sequel rumors, and is the Boba Fett ...…
 
Episode ten of THE ARCHIVE on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO begins with a tribute to Margot Kidder with Jason playing the love theme from SUPERMAN: THE MOVIE by John Williams. Then Jason features selections from La La Land Records brand new release of the complete score to ALIEN 3 by Elliot Goldenthal. You then hear selections from THE STORYTELLER by R ...…
 
In the year 2000, the sword-and-sandal epic was revived, with Russell Crowe trebucheted to international stardom as the star of Ridley Scott’s hugely successful film, Gladiator. But fame was also found for Hans Zimmer, today the biggest music man in Hollywood, but who along with Australian composer and singer Lisa Gerrard wrote some of the most ...…
 
In this interview episode, Ben and Caleb sit down with composer JAMES EDWARD BARKER to discuss his career, spanning from his formative years to writing his score for the film LEAN ON PETE, as well as what it was like to work on the disturbing HUMAN CENTIPEDE 2. Enjoy!!!
 
As if we needed an excuse to invite Ron Howard back to Soundtracking, the fact he's directed the latest installment in the Star Wars franchise is a pretty good one. Solo: A Stars Wars Story speaks for itself, telling the backstory of one of cinema's most lovable rogues. And as with all the movies, music plays an integral part - as central to th ...…
 
Erik Woods, Kristen Romanelli and Christopher Coleman team up to pull off the biggest soundtrack heist in the galaxy! That or maybe just review John Powell's original score to Solo: A Star Wars Story with original theme by John Williams. The three not only share their thoughts about the newest Star Wars film and score, but they react to the app ...…
 
We all know Hugh Grant, from his floppy haired romantic performances, dad dancing down the stairs at No 10 Downing Street and most recently high kicking his was in pink prison Lycra in Paddington 2. There is much more than meets the eye with Hugh, particularly when it comes to music and specifically in projects he’s involved in as a producer. H ...…
 
Ahead of our next episode, Hugh Grant tells Edith just how much he likes to get involved with the music in his films. Our congratulations if you recognise the movie the cue that features comes from before he tells us. The full episode is out on Friday 25th May.
 
Deadpool 2 has been unleashed upon the world and Kristen Romanelli and Christopher Coleman explore the question of whether Tyler Bates' original score for the film is an improvement over Tom Holkenborg's (Junkie XL) original score for the first film. They discuss it from the angles of its operation within the film and also as a stand-alone list ...…
 
Episode 53 of el diabolik’s world of psychotronic soundtracksis now online! Download it Here Or subscribe via iTunes We are back with another show featuring music from Manuel De Sica, Amedeo Tommasi, Ennio Morricone, Lalo Schifrin, Amedeo Tommasi, Dave Grusin, Jay Chattaway, Kalyanji Anandji, James Brown, Sébastien Tellier and more! el diabolik ...…
 
Our latest guest is a giant of British comedy, whose unerring originality, wit and satirical brilliance have long since earned him global recognition. Armando Iannucci's CV is enviable, with credits including The Day Today, Alan Partridge, The Thick Of It, In The Loop and Veep (for which he won two Emmys). His latest project is The Death Of Sta ...…
 
In this episode, Caleb interviews composer RON JONES about his work and experiences writing music for STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION. Enjoy!!!Keep up with Mr. Jones by visiting his website: http://ronjonesproductions.com/
 
Our latest episode of Soundtracking is a celebration of all things 007, following an event recorded at the London Film Museum with David Arnold and Don Black. The pair have Bond in their blood. Don has provided lyrics for some of the most memorable title tunes, while David has scored 5 of the movies - including The World Is Not Enough, Tomorrow ...…
 
https://sideshowsoundtheatre.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Kevin-Kiner.mp3 Welcome everyone to Ian’s latest interview, where your host has the incredible fortune of sitting down to chat with Kevin Kiner, composer of Hell on Wheels, Jane the Virgin, CSI: Miami, Stargate SG-1, Star Trek Enterprise, Wing Commander, Star Wars: The Clone Wars and S ...…
 
In this episode, Ben and Caleb reveal their favorite musical moments in tv! Enjoy!!!
 
In Episode 16, we finish our look at Williams’ seventh entry into the Star Wars universe by looking at what’s returned and what hasn’t. We take apart the reoccurring Star Wars themes and how they’re used in The Force Awakens, and make a number of bold and possibly a little reckless predictions for The Last Jedi (then unreleased). Podcast RSS Ep ...…
 
CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO’s composer interview series continues as Jason Drury concludes his chat with legendary recording engineer, Mike Ross-Trevor. In February 2018, Jason Drury interviewed legendary film music engineer, Mike Ross Trevor and was thrilled that so many people out there enjoyed the show. Soon after completing the show, Jason decide ...…
 
Ahead of our next episode, legendary James Bond lyricist Don Black sings the praises of composer David Arnold's … er … singing. We'll bring you the whole episode this weekend, with plenty of classic Bond anthems and John Barry melodies thrown into the mix. Apologies in advance for the quality of the sound - this was recorded at a live event hos ...…
 
https://sideshowsoundtheatre.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Episode-22-The-Music-of-the-DCEU-Part-1.mp3 Welcome to our freshly rebooted main show! In Episode 22 of Sideshow Sound Radio, and Part 1 of our look at the music of the DC Extended Universe. Your host, Wend Jones, is joined by two brand new members (though no strangers to the feed!), w ...…
 
| TRANSCRIPTION OF EPISODE | Hello everyone, Erik here, and I’m just kind of in the middle of something. It is related to the radio show and I have a little time on my own this weekend and just kind of reflecting on my message that I put on Twitter and Facebook about this hiatus that I’m on. I thought that you, my listeners, deserved an explana ...…
 
Marty and Will Bruegemann (Underscore Podcast) join Kristen Romanelli and Christopher Coleman to share their deepest thoughts and feelings about Marvel's most recent (and controversial?) entry into the MCU - AVENGERS INFINITY WAR. They talk through their likes and dislikes about both the film and ALAN SILVESTRI's original score. Additionally, t ...…
 
In what is surely one of the biggest cinematic events of all time, let alone the year, Avengers: Infinity War hit screens around the globe last week, breaking records galore and garnering widespread critical acclaim to boot. So it's with great excitement that we welcome the directors Anthony and Joe Russo to Soundtracking. Boasting a stellar en ...…
 
It really is an exciting week for us here on Soundtracking, as we welcome Anthony and Joe Russo to the show - directors of Avengers: Infinity War. In this preview, they reveal the kind of music they played on set to establish tone for the quite extraordinary cast. The full episode is out on Friday 4th May, and features music from the brothers' ...…
 
Without wishing to sound sycophantic, it's hard to imagine a more humble talent that Garth Jennings. During this episode, he and Edith discuss many of his extraordinary creative endeavours - though on hearing the conversation you'd be forgiven for thinking he'd had next to nothing to do with any of them at all. Don't be fooled. Having founded p ...…
 
Ahead of our next episode, the thoroughly charming & impossibly amusing writer / director Garth Jennings reflects upon the sizeable contribution of composer Joby Talbot to Hitchhiker's, and meanwhile dismisses legendary producer Nigel Godrich as a man of bleeps ... It's a fair indication of what's to come when the full episode is released upon ...…
 
We always talk about the most popular scores, but what about those which are more deserving than the amount of discussion they receive? Kristen Romanelli and Christopher Coleman go there and discuss SOME of the scores they believe have gone, or have become, underrated over the 20 to 25 years. For this episode, they mention underrated scores fro ...…
 
On episode nine of THE ARCHIVE, host Jason Drury presents music from both film and television from genres ranging from westerns, science-fiction, fantasy, and horror. The show starts with music from 1985 Richard Donner classic THE GOONIES with an original score by Dave Grusin. You’ll then hear selections from Tadlow Records second volume of new ...…
 
It's been a while since we had any acting talent on the show, so it gives us great pleasure to welcome the wonderful John Simm to Soundtracking. John has appeared in many great productions on stage and screen. He is perhaps best known for his roles in Life on Mars as Sam Tyler and Doctor Who as The Master, with recent appearances in Collateral ...…
 
Ben and Caleb continue their list of their favorite piano-based cues, from 1999 to today. Enjoy!!!
 
All we need to say about this preview of our next episode is that it's quite simply a lovely, lovely story. Very pleased we found the relevant footage too. John Simm is a delight - humble, funny, charming, and a proper music lover as well. And, in case you think we're being a little sycophantic, you can hear from the band we're not alone in our ...…
 
Kristen Romanelli, Erik Woods, and Christopher Coleman share their reactions to the first four episodes of Netflix's new series, LOST IN SPACE, including their reaction to CHRISTOPHER LENNERTZ's stellar original score. They discuss their personal history with the Lost in Space franchise: from the original, 60s, TV series, to the 1998 feature fi ...…
 
https://sideshowsoundtheatre.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Interview-with-Ben-Lovett.mp3 Welcome everyone to Ian’s newest interview, where your host has the great privilege of chatting with Ben Lovett, composer of the critically-acclaimed, indie horror, The Ritual! Ben talks about finding his musical path to composing, growing up as part of a ...…
 
In this first part of a 2-part episode, Ben and Caleb sit down to discuss their favorite piano-based cues from films made between 1980 and 1998. Also, their takes on the films they've seen recently and their scores. Enjoy!!!
 
It's another very special Soundtracking this week as we take you to the Everyman Cinema in Hampstead, where director Alex Garland and his composers Geoff Barrow and Ben Salisbury came together for a Q&A following an exclusive screening of Annihilation. As you may know, the film hasn't had a cinematic release outside the US. You can, however, wa ...…
 
On this week’s episode of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO, we will be featuring six new and recent soundtrack releases.You’ll first hear exciting music from Alan Silvestri’s score to Steven Spielberg’s READY PLAYER ONE. You’ll also hear selections from Mark McKenzie’s MAX & ME, James Newton Howard’s RED SPARROW, Ludwig Goransson’s BLACK PANTHER, Christop ...…
 
The recent announcement of James Newton Howard not returning to score M. Night Shyamalan's upcoming sequel "Glass," got Erik Woods and Christopher Coleman to come together to discuss that and some of the other most surprising composer assignments in recent memory. Who got the Glass gig and what other composer announcements could possibly as sur ...…
 
This week's episode has been a long-time coming. We reckon Edith spoke to director Todd Haynes just before Christmas - after his latest film Wonderstruck received a 3 minute standing ovation at last year's Cannes film festival - and we've been desperate to share our chat ever since. Well, the moment has come, as Wonderstruck finally gets an off ...…
 
Justin Craig, Kristen Romanelli, Erik Woods and Christopher Coleman put their headsets on and dive into the Scorasis to review Alan Silvestri's original score for Steven Spielberg's latest action-adventure project, Ready Player One. They discuss the stand-out moments from the score, their favorite Easter eggs in the film, and even the songs emp ...…
 
Ahead of our next episode, Todd gives Edith a fascinating insight into the loving and authentic way he deals with tracks that feature in the on-screen narrative. The full episode is out on Friday 6th April, and includes music from Carter Burwell, Bob Dylan, Elmer Bernstein and Todd's latest film, Wonderstruck.…
 
Before Lynne Ramsay, there was composer Lorne Balfe. For Lorne was the very first guest on Soundtracking Live, as part of the British Film Institute's Big Thrill Season back in November. We then went on to speak to Lynne at the Glasgow Film Festival, with Alex Garland, Geoff Barrow and Ben Salisbury to come soon following a great chat we had af ...…
 
In Episode 15, we return to the galaxy far, far away and take a look at how the musical landscape of Star Wars changed in the almost 40 years between A New Hope and The Force Awakens. In the first of a two-part episode we look at Rey’s Theme, Kylo Ren’s motifs, and The March (or is that the fugue?) of the Resistance. Recorded last year in eager ...…
 
On episode eight of THE ARCHIVE, host Jason Drury presents music from six films and a tribute to composer taken way too soon. The show starts with selections from SILENCE OF THE LAMBS with music by Howard Shore. Then you’ll hear suites from John Du Prez’s score for A FISH CALLED WANDA, PLATOON by Georges Delerue, ATTACK THE BLOCK by Steven Pric ...…
 
Ahead of our next episode in partnership with the EE BAFTAs, composer Lorne Balfe reveals the secret behind his one and only cue for wonderful The Florida Project. Lorne joined Edith at the end of 2017 for our first ever Soundtracking Live, which took place at the BFI in London, and we'll play that conversation out in full for you before the Ea ...…
 
Six new stories from the world of soundtracks! The original score for Annihilation and The Shape of Water, news of yet another release of the Star Wars original scores, Kickstarter projects: A Light in the Void Live Concert and Green Rider Book Soundtrack, and the replacement of composer Alf Clausen by Bleeding Fingers on the ever-running TV-pr ...…
 
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