Posts Tagged: Music
I’m playing with the idea of publishing Week Notes – a quick summary of the week that was. This week has been all about great films and new music. The Lunchbox – A delightful Indian film that follows a Tiffin tin as it travels between a woman stuck in an unhappy marriage and unhappy man Continue Reading
I’ve always thought that when it comes to watching films expectation can be a double edged sword. Go in with high expectations and so often you’ll be disappointed, go in with low or no expectations and you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Baby Driver was a victim of high expectations the first time I watched it; I Continue Reading
I love this stripped back version of Radiohead’s The Numbers performed by Jonny Greenwood, Thom Yorke and a Roland CR78 and filmed by Paul Thomas Anderson.
Composer Ramin Djawadi is joined by Tom Morello, Scott Ian, Nuno Bettencourt and more for this epic, guitar driven version of the Game Of Thrones theme. I wish they had used this version on the show almost as much as I wish Dr Who would use Orbital’s brilliant version of the Dr Who theme.
By far my most played and most loved new music of 2018 is Preservation by Keynvor. Preservation is a wonderful EP, composed by Sebastian Plano, that combines modern classical almost soundtrack-like music with recorded soundscapes of the rugged Cornish coast to create a beautifully evocative suite of music. Keynvor (pronounced Cain-Vor) is the Cornish word Continue Reading