Amelia Warner, award-winning composer of Mr. Malcolm’s List, makes her debut on the Lakeshore Records Podcast! She discusses her process on how to capture the sound of love, mischief, and a busy mind; speaks candidly about how to be a composer if you’re not classically trained; composing for comedy (such as on Wild Mountain Thyme); elaborates on conceptualizing dialogue as rhythm, and so much more!
Amelia Warner’s stunning scores to Mr. Malcolm’s List and Wild Mountain Thyme are out now worldwide via Lakeshore Records.
Listen now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and PodBean. Links below.
Hosted by Alon Levitan.
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Lakeshore Records President Brian McNelis recently had the pleasure of speaking with GRAMMY®-nominated composer extraordinaire Nico Muhly. They discussed Nico’s stunning score for Pachinko, the concept of involuntary music and Nico’s dream to design new sounds for cars and public transit; composition for concert music versus TV and film; the practicality of solving the hardest problems first; establishing a vocabulary of trust with your team; creating Wagnerian themes versus a fluid score in constant flux; the invaluable music conservatory lessons about the golden triangle of how to hear music, see it, and be able to play it; working with the great Phillip Glass, and so much more.
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Gustavo Santaolalla, two-time Oscar-winning and multi-GRAMMY-winning composer, producer, and recording artist, takes us down memory lane from his long-haired youth to his career as a composer of some of the most iconic films of the last 20 years. Here’s a refresher on the rich history of this Finch composer.
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On this episode of On Cue With, hosted by Alon Levitan, we discuss how Composer Khari Mateen and Director Angel Kristi Williams arrived at the beautifully elegant, sophisticated sound of Really Love, experimental film and photography in Baltimore, working with Questlove and the Roots in Philadelphia, art as catharsis, how to capture nuance, hanging out at Prince’s house, what vulnerability, pain, lust and love sound like, the biggest sacrifices of being an artist, Bach’s cello suites, the incomparable Sade, creating revolutionary drama without trauma, getting in the studio with God, and more.
Khari’s phenomenal score for Really Love is out now worldwide via Lakeshore Records. Listen to the podcast below.
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For International Podcast Day, we’re featuring The Old Guard soundtrack! Recently, Aaron Vehling caught up with Volker Bertelmann, who co-composes the score to Gina Prince-Bythewood’s action-packed Netflix film with Dustin O’Halloran. Find out how they came to become successful collaborators (they earned a Best Score Academy Award® nomination for Lion) and what it was like to finish their score during the nail-biting moments when the pandemic closed up recording studios around the world! Read the original story at Vehlinggo.
Who would you like to see interviewed next? Listen to the podcast below.
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