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Interview by Paul Salfen Bruceis taking his spoken word tour 'An Evening With Bruce Dickinson' on an extensive US and Canada run. Split into two parts, the first section of the show sees Bruce taking a humorous and often satirical look at the world from his own very personal perspective, treating the audience to private
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Interview by Paul Salfen PRE-ORDER LINK https://orgmusic.com/collections/jack-irons Jack Irons may be best known as a founding member of Red Hot Chili Peppers and former member of Pearl Jam, even being inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with the former, but that only scratches the surface of his credits. This new EP has some
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Interview by Paul Salfen Julian Slater, Dan Morgan, and Tim Cavagin, Sound: LAST NIGHT IN SOHO reunited the sound team behind Baby Driver, including Wright alums since Shaun of the Dead in Slater and Morgan. Like the score, the sound design cannily portrays Ellie’s burgeoning panic attack aurally, incorporating sounds from the ‘60s and lines
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Interview by Paul Salfen BAFTA has unveiled the newest UK and US Breakthrough cohort. The 36 participants were selected by a cross-industry global jury composed of leading industry professionals, including Afua Hirsch, Niamh Algar and Tim Renkow alongside Breakthrough Jury Chairs Ade Rawcliffe, Maria Ishak and Karl Stewart. Netflix supports BAFTA Breakthrough in the UK,
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Title Milan Records today releases The Lost Daughter (Soundtrack From The Netflix Film) with music by Dickon Hinchliffe (Winter’s Bone, Locke). Available everywhere now, the album features a timeless and atmospheric original score by Hinchliffe for the drama adapted for the screen by Maggie Gyllenhaal, making her feature directorial debut. The score has already garnered
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Interview by Paul Salfen Daniel Pemberton, the mind behind the breathtaking orchestral score for Aaron Sorkin’s BEING THE RICARDOS. In something of a departure for the composer, Pemberton (Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse, Trial of the Chicago 7) eschewed electronics and other modern elements in favor of a lush ensemble favoring Golden Age string sweeps and
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Interview by Paul Salfen Film Synopsis: Cyrano de Bergerac dazzles everyone with his ferocious wordplay and brilliant swordplay. However, he's convinced his appearance renders him unworthy of the affections of the luminous Roxanne, a devoted friend who's in love with someone else. Aaron and Bryce Dessner reinterpreted reinterpret the score and songs crafted forCyrano, for
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Interview by Paul Salfen Paul Salfen talks to bass player Rudy Sarzo about the early days of Quiet Riot,  playing with Ozzy and returning after 18 years to play with the band.  In the interview,  Sarzo likens a band to a body, with each member of the band as a vital organ.  Listen to more
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