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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: 'The Book Of Life' Composer Gustavo Santaolalla Talks Scoring New Animated Movie & More!

Gustavo Santaolalla is a world-renowned recording artist that just happened to become an acclaimed film composer due to reputation. After winning multiple Grammy awards (both Latin and Anglo), the man who put the ronroco on the map made his way into ...

Shonen Knife's Naoko Yamano Reflects on New Album 'Overdrive,' Being a Favorite of Kurt Cobain and Being "Very Lazy"

Shonen Knife has more than 30 years of music under its belt, along with the allegiances of alternative rock icons Nirvana and Sonic Youth. What more could a band ask for?

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: 'Fury' Composer Steven Price Talks Scoring Brad Pitt World War II Action Movie & More

Film and television composer Steven Price last year won the Academy Award for Best Original Score thanks to his tremendous Gravity composition. Relatively new to the game and having mainly worked other odd jobs in the music departments on films, ...

Eliot Lipp Talks New Album 'Watch The Shadows,' Classical Music, Brooklyn Labels, The Pretty Lights Keepin' It Crew Tour, And More [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

Eliot Lipp, a Brooklyn-based DJ/producer who is on the Pretty Lights Music label, dropped his latest album, Watch The Shadows, today (Oct. 14). With more than a decade making electronic music, this latest effort shows Lipp bringing a more "human" ...

OK Go Bassist Tim Nordwind Talks New Album 'Hungry Ghosts,' Unreleased Music Video, And Running An Independent Label [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

You probably know OK Go as the band from the treadmill video, or the Rube Goldberg machine video, or the anamorphic video. Thanks to the group's tendency to make amazing music videos, they've racked up hundreds of millions of YouTube hits in the past ...

Meiko Returns With Dark, Electro-Tinged Third Album, 'Dear You,' [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

Alt-pop singer-songwriter Meiko returns with her highly anticipated third album, Dear You, tomorrow (Oct. 14) via Fantasy/Concord Records. You may recognize her voice from a variety of TV and film projects including Grey's Anatomy and Pretty Little ...

John Digweed Talks New Album 'The Traveler,' Working With Author John Twelve Hawks, The Next Generation Of DJs And More [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

John Digweed and his longtime collaborator Nick Muir teamed up with bestselling science fiction author John Twelve Hawks on a new album called The Traveler. The album is named after the first book in Hawks' The Fourth Realm trilogy.

Bryan Adams Discusses New Album 'Tracks Of My Years,' Miley Cyrus And Two Forgotten Decades

We caught up with the 54-year-old to talk about the new disc, the few things he can still recall from his heyday and Miley Cyrus, among other topics.

T.J. Martell Foundation's Family Day To Feature Performances From Pitbull, Timeflies, Bleachers, And More, Benefits Cancer And Aids Awareness, Research

The 15th annual Family Day, hosted by the T.J. Martell Foundation, takes place this Sunday at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. The event, famed for being the biggest indoor carnival in the city, will feature a variety of fun activities, ...

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: 'The Equalizer' Composer Harry Gregson-Williams

Harry Gregson-Williams is easily one of the most influential and sought after composers for film, TV, and video games. His music is as recognizable as the projects themselves, adding that needed layer of orchestration that helps tell the stories for ...

[EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] Alan Powell Talks the Differences and Similarities of Himself and Jed King

Alan Powell has been best known for his part in Reunion Records' Anthem Lights. After today, he will also be known for his leading role in The Song. Though it is his first film, Richard Ramsey said that there was never a question that he was Jed ...

[EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] Vince Emmett Talks About the Music of 'The Song'

Vincent Emmett, the composer and music producer behind the music of The Song, is a powerhouse in the music and film industry. He has worked on musical projects by Paul Colman, Ginny Owens, Rebecca St. James and Michael Peloquin. In film, he has ...

[EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] Caitlin Nicol-Thomas Talks About Music, Love and Life

Caitlin Nicol-Thomas plays Shelby Bale, the other woman, in the love triangle found on The Song. Caitlin, a triple threat, acts (she was on the pilot for Nashville), sings and plays fiddle so she was a perfect fit for the character. Not just the "bad ...

[EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] Ali Faulkner Shares What She Learned Playing Rose in 'The Song'

When Richard Ramsey was looking for an actress to play Rose, he said that he was looking for someone who could display the kind of beauty, innocence and charm that could inspire a hit love song. He needed the girl next door that audiences would want ...

[EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] Richard Ramsey on the Spiritual Side of 'The Song'

Richard Ramsey, the writer and director of The Song, worked with Kyle Idleman, the executive producer who is the teaching pastor at a megachurch in Louisville, Kentucky, to take the ancient writings of King Solomon and give his story a 21st century ...

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