Michael Blutrich has kept more secrets in his life than anyone should. Now, out of prison and with a new memoir, he's spilling.
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.
Brienne Rose is one of the hottest up-and-coming music supervisors in Hollywood today. We caught up with Rose to talk to her about the value of music in film and television, what bands excite her most right now, and how it feels to score an iconic TV...
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.
Strippers, Oysters, and the MTV Beach House: The Stanley Cup's Wild Ride at the Hands of the 1994 Rangers
The New York Rangers snapped a 54-year-long drought when they won the Stanley Cup in 1994. They made sure that the Cup joined them as they celebrated. Maybe too much.
The popular cartoon's composers Aivi Tran and Steven “Surrashu” Velema discuss their process and influences.
We talked to the horror genius on some of his classic scores from 'The Beyond,' 'Zombie Flesh Eaters,' and the upcoming reissues of some of his work.
The man behind 'Drive' and the newly released 'Bronson' soundtrack talks about scores, pop music, and more.
If there are two things people associate with Pitchfork, it's their annual festival and their complex numerical scoring system. So we combined them!
We can only imagine what Gravity's Rainbow or Hamlet would sound like.
The Nordic trio needs to take a tip from Johnny Greenwood and start scoring movies, ASAP.
Composer and sound designer Diego Stocco can afford to buy instruments (he composes music for video games and films). But he prefers to find them, wherever he goes: sand, cornflakes, trees, and other sorts of things that most "professional" musicians...