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Interview with Hesham Nazih

An Egyptian composer powerfully announces his own identity within the Marvel universe of “Moon Knight”

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Interview with Thomas Mizer and Curtis Moore

Crafting marvelous tunes for Mrs. Maisel

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Interview with Colin Stetson

(Photo by Ebru Yildiz) There are several menaces that you don’t want to be alone in a dark room with, let alone the wasteland of an abandoned Texas town that a clueless bunch of social media influencers want to woke up. Because if you’re hip to the utterly bizarre, genre-forged music wavering in the mad […]

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Interview with Ben Lovett

Scoring down a retro-paranoia rabbit hole to find the source of a “Broadcast Signal Intrusion”

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Interview with Daniel Hart

Composer Daniel Hart (photo by Emily Ulmer) It’s been ages since an eternal tale of an Arthurian quest has enchanted discerning viewers and critics to equal degree, let alone depicted often straightforwardly told tales of valiance in such bizarre shadings of color. But heads off to “The Green Knight” for accomplishing its mission in such […]

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Interview with Anna Drubich

Invoking bitingly humorous werewolves and a deadly serious witch, a multi-faceted Russian composer makes a name for herself in Hollywood horror

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Interview with Frank Ilfman

Whipping up nutty assassin grrl power score for “Gunpowder Milkshake”

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Interview with Max Aruj

A rising composer scores the triple threat of “The Ice Road’s” slippery action to “Lansky’s” warped morals and the ancient fury of “Wrath of the Druids”

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Interview with Jeff Grace

Finding the emotional spot for a post-apocalyptic deer boy fairy tale in “Sweet Tooth”

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Interview with Raphael Reed

Creating a rhythmic tapestry for the “Crisis” of opiate abuse

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Interview with Branford Marsalis

There’s often no pressure cooker like a recording studio where the clock is running, and the egos are flaring. Add to that the rage of racial injustice and the diva behavior of an ego that’s earned and it’s a session ready for an eruption. The tortuous, yet tuneful process of getting that song sung opens […]

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