When it comes to scoring blockbusters, the film industry is anything but fair to women.
From Hans Zimmer at Coachella to John Carpenter at Primavera Sound, mainstream music festivals are turning composers into rock stars. We spoke with Carpenter and others about the strange new booking trend, and why it's more than just a novelty grab.
This minimalist composition 'EUSA' is so in tune with nature, you can hear crows pecking at Yann Tiersen's recorder.
The LA ensemble's unique aural-visual performances are as likely to be inspired by Aphex Twin as they are by Mahler, featuring the likes of Chelsea Wolfe and The Haxan Cloak.
Doo doo dooo doo doo doooo. The composer of 'The X Files' tells Radio Motherboard how he made that iconic theme—partly by accident, and with some accompaniment from his wife.
LA producer Anenon is brining local musicians to MOCA's galleries for a year of live performances. Listen to the premiere of his new song "Mouth" for a taste of what's to come.
Song Exploder and Ramin Djawadi talk scoring the song that gets us salivating every time.
Song Exploder and composer Brian Tyler talk scoring Marvel's mega-blockbuster.
Arvo Pärt is returning to America as a conquering hero, with his 'Tintinnabuli' style that's best explained through algorithm.