Somehow Nickelback Made Ice Cube's Meathead Racing Flick 'Torque' a Classic
Fifteen years after its release, we look back on the sappy bro soundtracks that defined the nativist exceptionalism of the post-9/11 years.
The Music in ’Run Lola Run’ Is Still a Techno Rush to the Head
Every beat that pulses through Tom Tykwer's 1999 cult classic captures the breathless pace of big city life.
The ‘Lady Bird’ Score Composer Has Worked With Everyone in Music
Look, Jon Brion is just good at this shit. We spoke to him about collaborating with Greta Gerwig, Elliott Smith, Kanye and more.
Daniel Dylan Wray
‘The Beach’ Soundtrack Was a Balearic Masterpiece
On its 18th birthday, we look at how the film’s soundtrack of chill-out and techno blurs the coastline between Utopia and Dystopia.
That Rainbow's End
The ‘Phantom Thread’ Score Is Like Its Own Coming-of-Age Story
Wow wild how Jonny Greenwood put out the album of the year in January and it's a no-vocals orchestral soundtrack.
Charting the Dumb Charm of 'Idle Hands' Through its Soundtrack
"What Happens in Radiohead Is Sometimes Inexplicable": An Interview with Philip Selway
We talked to the drummer of the legendary British band about his solo work and his new album.
Juan Sebastián Barriga Ossa
How FIFA Games Changed Our Tastes in Music
An analysis of the soundtracks in the world’s most beloved soccer video game, from Blur to drum ’n’ bass.
How the Music Supervisor for ‘The O.C.’ and ‘Gossip Girl’ Changed the Game for Indie Rock
Grammy-nominated Alexandra Patsavas and her soundtracks for 'The O.C.,' 'Gossip Girl,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' and more helped launch artists' careers and shaped the music taste of a generation.
'High School Musical 2' Is Actually Kind of OK
Themes of queerness and socialist revolution allowed a made-for-TV musical aimed at children managed to transcend its core audience to be the best in its franchise.
The Soundtracks That Build a World
Listening to 'Dishonored' and hearing how its music helps form the foundation for its themes.
The 'Sonic Adventure 2' Soundtrack Was Era-Defining and Awesome
Between its awkward hip-hop and national-anthem worthy pop-punk, it introduced a generation of kids to new genres. And "Escape from the City" still rips.