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Tag Archives: soundtrack

Dan Romer And Benh Zeitlin ‘The Bathtub’

Part of the reason ‘Beasts Of The Southern Wild’ is so fantastic is the music. Dan Romer and Benh Zeitlin, who are responsible for the score, have created a soundtrack that blends gypsy music with a more modern twist to spectacular effect.

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Arcade Fire ‘Abraham’s Daughter’

Over the weekend a new song from Arcade Fire appeared online in the form of ‘Abraham’s Daughter’. It’s taken from the soundtrack to the upcoming movie ‘The Hunger Games’, which in turn is based on the book series of the same name. Needless to say Arcade Fire do not disappoint, even if the song is a stark departure from most of the most on ‘The Suburbs’. Have a listen below.

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Darren Korb ‘Mother, I’m Here’

I do like me the occasional video game, and one game I’ve been playing recently is a fairly well-known indie number called ‘Bastion’. Not only is the game absolutely stunning and completely beautiful, with art direction to rival the most expensive movies, but it also features one of the best soundtracks I’ve ever heard in a game.

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Jónsi ‘Gathering Stories’

Any new track from Sigur Rós frontman Jónsi is a good track, and such is the case with his latest release, ‘Gathering Stories’, which is taken from his upcoming soundtrack to the movie ‘We Bought A Zoo’.

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Sufjan Stevens And Raymond Raposa ‘Beyond This Place’

Any chance to hear Sufjan Stevens sing a new song is to be cherished. Especially when that song features a banjo.

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Review: Pearl Jam ‘Twenty’

Last night I saw the Pearl Jam documentary ‘Twenty’ in a movie theater half-full with diehard fans of the band, including two people who had obviously confused the event with a concert and booked seats in the center of the front row. Directed by (and told through the point of view of) Cameron Crowe, a man just as interesting as the bands that he documents, this movie is brilliant, surprisingly powerful, and very interesting. But despite this it’s still strictly just for fans, which is perhaps why it only appeared in cinemas for the one night.

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