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From the creators of the hit film SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY comes this award-nominated podcast inviting you into the studios of Hollywood's most brilliant, beloved and imaginative musical storytellers. Hosted by Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/score/support
 
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In this jam-packed double-guest episode, Kenny and Robert begin the show chatting with Serj Tankian, Grammy-winning singer/songwriter, rockstar frontman of System of a Down and rising star film composer. Serj shares why he made the decision to jump into film composing, recalls the exact moment he decided to make music his career and what Robert Kra…
 
Kenny and Robert being the show discussing the return of live concerts, specifically film music, as the nation begins to return to normal post-pandemic. The Hollywood Bowl announced their summer lineup which includes the return of John Williams' "Maestro at the Movies" show featuring David Newman as conductor and a live-to-picture performance of Lu…
 
Kenny and Robert being the show discussing how Alan Menken and Howard Ashman helped launch Disney into its new generation with The Little Mermaid. Robert reflects on joining the film as a music producer, unaware of how pivotal this film would be for the future of music in animation. Then, the guys check Score: The Mailbox and answer a question abou…
 
Robert and Kenny begin this Season Premiere (now with video!) with special guest Matt Schrader, discussing our new Patreon exclusive show MORE SCORE, The Oscars' rough ending, Composer Carol's new album "Smile" and much more. Later, composer Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie XL joins the show to share the unique story of getting fired from Justice League, …
 
Robert and Kenny begin this Season Finale with special guest, Matt Schrader discussing the trailer release of The Batman, Travis Scott & Ludwig Göransson's chart-topping single release for TENET, Hans Zimmer's new cue for WW84 and checking Score: The Mailbox. Plus, the team reflects on their favorite moments of this season of the show. Later, 3x Os…
 
Robert and Kenny begin the show with special guest, Matt Schrader discussing the season finale release of Blockbuster and checking Score: The Mailbox, with questions about composer compensation, live-to-picture film music concerts and how to present music to a director. Later, Emmy-nominated composer Blake Neely joins the show to share how he overc…
 
Robert and Kenny begin the show answering questions from Score: The Mailbox about why album versions of scores sometimes differ from the film version, the use of diegetic music in film and if there is a common starting point for writing a score. Then, Emmy-nominated composer Max Richter joins to discuss his brilliant artist career, including his ne…
 
In this special Theme Song Throwback, longtime WWE composer Jim Johnston breaks down his process for writing entrance themes for some of the most iconic characters in sports entertainment. Jim reveals how John Williams' themes for Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker inspired his approach to good guys and bad guys, his experience writing songs with rock …
 
Kenny and Robert begin the show with a special “Theme Song Throwback” segment joined by longtime WWE composer Jim Johnston. The maestro of the squared circle reveals his secrets for writing the most iconic entrance themes of professional wrestling’s top superstars including The Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Goldust. Then, Oscar and Grammy…
 
Kenny and Robert begin the show discussing the 2020 Emmy nominations, the updated theatrical rollout plan for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, composer Alan Menken achieving EGOT status with a Daytime Emmy win and checking Score: The Mailbox with a question about why all film scores aren’t released. Then, Oscar and Golden Globe-winning composer Alexandre…
 
Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing the passing of legendary Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone, maestro of 400+ films and credited with creating the sound of "Spaghetti Westerns" for films like The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and A Fistful of Dollars. Then, the guys check Score: The Mailbox with a question about the difference between st…
 
Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing what they watched over the weekend including Doctor Sleep, score by The Newton Brothers and Ford v Ferrari, score by Marco Beltrami and Buck Sanders Then, Emmy, Grammy and Tony-winning music director Alex Lacamoire stops by to help count down the release of Hamilton coming to Disney+ on July 3. Alex shares…
 
Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing the dates changes to the Academy Awards and the Golden Globes in 2021 and what they watched recently, including HBO's new reboot of Perry Mason scored by Oscar-nominated composer Terence Blanchard. Then, Kenny asks Robert to share how his best buddy Bruce Willis helped turn Hudson Hawk into a reality in th…
 
Robert and Kenny begin the show joined by Blockbuster podcast creator Matt Schrader, discussing the brand new season profiling director James Cameron. The team discusses the major changes the to the theatrical release schedule including blockbuster films Tenet, WW84, No Time To Die and Top Gun: Maverick and what all of this could mean for the futur…
 
Robert and Kenny begin the show talking about shows they’ve been watching including Tales From the Loop (with music by Philip Glass) and the second season of Amazon's Homecoming. Then, Homecoming and composer Emile Mosseri stops by to share how he came on board with the hit series, the challenges of stepping in on a show that was previously scored …
 
Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing the conclusion of the ESPN docuseries The Last Dance profiling Michael Jordan and the 90s Chicago Bulls, and the terrific use of both source music and the dramatic score by composer Thomas Caffey. Then, Mrs. America composer Kris Bowers joins the show to share how he and his team adapted to the coronavirus…
 
Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing the HBO film Bad Education, which includes the latest score by Michael Abels. Over the weekend, Kenny also re-watched Avatar, a film Robert worked on with James Cameron and James Horner. Robert reveals that Beyoncé was the original choice for the end credits song, but she was too expensive. Then, Emmy and …
 
Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing Taika Watiti being chosen as the next Star Wars director, breaking down the rules changes for the Oscars, updating the flub announcement of Daft Punk scoring a new film and checking Score: The Mailbox. Then, Oscar-winning composer Rachel Portman joins to talk about her first solo album "Ask The River" rele…
 
Robert and Kenny start off the show discussing the news of Daft Punk returning to film scoring, sharing shows they have been watching and check Score: The Mailbox for the first time. Then, legendary film critic Leonard Maltin and his daughter Jessie, hosts of Maltin on Movies, join the show to discuss the future of film and cinema after the COVID-1…
 
In this supersized Season 3 premiere, Robert and Kenny talk about changes to the show due to coronavirus, Kenny’s anxiety trying to land Danny Elfman for the season premiere, and listen to Randy Newman's amazing COVID-19 song. Then, Danny Elfman (Nightmare Before Christmas, Batman, Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, Good Will Hunting, Men In Black, …
 
Robert, Kenny, Matt and Carol begin the bonus episode discussing upcoming films such as Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Knives Out, Tenet and A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. Then Award-winning composers Andy Grush and Taylor Stewart share how they became a composer duo, their individual paths to the film scoring world and how they transition…
 
Robert, Kenny, Matt and Carol begin the season finale discussing Joker breaking the box office record for largest October opening and how composer Hildur Guðnadóttir plays a role in that with her score. Then award-winning composer Dave Porter joins to share stories of how he first got involved in the Breaking Bad universe, working closely with long…
 
Robert and Kenny start the show discussing the release of Hildur Guðnadóttir ’s score for Joker and the upcoming release of the highly-anticipated film as well as a group of music-related documentaries in theaters. Then, Emmy-winning composer Mac Quayle joins the show to share stories of his early years in music producing reggae and dance music, wh…
 
Robert, Kenny, Matt and Carol begin the show discussing the results from this year’s EMMYs and finalizing the standings of the 2nd Annual Score: The Podcast Emmy Predictions. Then Award-winning composer Nicholas Britell joins to share stories of how he started working with director Barry Jenkins for Moonlight without ever hearing a note of his musi…
 
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