Jasper Sharp details some of the roles taken on by musicians in movies in Japan throughout the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s.
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More obscure and frightening soundtracks from the Finders Keepers boss.
A chat with Spencer Hickman, the man behind the world’s spookiest soundtrack and reissue label.
A look into the fascinating subculture of ambient sound loops, taken directly from sci-fi TV and movies like Blade Runner, Star Trek and Alien.
The RBMA alumni talks about the challenges of soundtracking a series about iconic tunes.
The man behind one of the eeriest TV soundtracks reveals some of his secrets.
In modern games, a handful of sound designers are asking philosophical questions like, “Who is the player?”
Jonny Trunk explains why pop music never made as much sense as the Mastermind intro.
Raymond Scott, Tod Dockstader and Louis and Bebe Barron helped make electronic music part of the fabric of the world.
Listening as a mode of survival.
What the soundtracks of New York movies say about the city.
Jazz against the machine: the emergence of disharmony under Italian fascism
The most thrilling chart you’ll read this season from the crate-digging artist and cinema expert.