Tony Anderson – The Heart Of Man The Heart of Man by Tony Anderson Does religion matter in music if there’s no words? This is a question raised by listening to The Heart Of Man, the latest movie score by self-described ‘sonic architect’ Tony Anderson, which soundtracks a documentary he has played a huge part in bringing to life. The Heart of Man is apparently ‘a film about Jesus engaging men in their sexual brokenness’, which may or may not be the kind of thing you would necessarily be interested in seeing, but does that matter when it comes to
SVVN’s E.P,” Arnarstapi” is a carefully crafted selection of ambient tracks that are beautifully haunting and characterised by a melancholy undertone that stays with you long after the music has ended. Thematically, this E.P reflects the landscape of Iceland and the tracks are deliberately named after areas of the awe inspiring and beautiful country. Although this is perfect music to listen to as a background accompaniment, the listener will be rewarded for giving each track their full concentration as the attention to detail in terms of instrumentation and production is remarkable. Setting the tone for the whole collection is the
Multi-instrumentalist Christoffer Franzen’s outfit Lights and Motion is not so much a band as an all-terrain vehicle for the Swedish musician and producer’s relentless, insomnia-bating work ethic.
Lights and Motion have released a steady stream of full-length albums since their formation in 2012 (basically an outlet for Franzen’s musical perambulations as he battled with insomnia) and their tracks have been featured in scores of TV spots and trailers (ranging from Furious 7 to The Vampire Diaries), as well as ads and promos (Budweiser, Rip Curl, Google, The Guardian, the list goes on).
James is a multi-instrumentalist and composer working out of Bristol, his compositions are Cinematic, expansive and bring film and media to life. He’s put together a selection of his soundtracks alongside other great score writers such as Porter Robinson and Thomas Bergersen.
“Today I want to Honour my Soul, may that always be my first choice, my first dream and first Love. I finally understanding why I am here, I am here so that I might Love. Love my Mind, my Heart and my Body allowing my Soul to Manifest unconditional Love.” 00:00 – “Requiem For The Static King Part Two” by A WINGED VICTORY FORr THE SULLEN –www.awvfts.com/ 05:34 – “Mr. Smarty Man” by THOMAS NEWMAN – pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Newman 06:42 – “Arabian Dance” by SVEN KACIREK – svenkacirek.de/ 09:32 – “The Journey” by GUSTAVO SANTAOLALLA – pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustavo_Santaolalla 12:13 – “Workfield” by
Ronnie Minder is a Swiss born, Australian based composer who started his music career over a decade ago. He signed his first record contract in 2001 for the single “Tha-P-Anthem” which established his name in electronic music. Shortly after release, he signed his second contract with Swiss music label Harem Records and his single ‘Listen To The Sound’ peaked at #1 in the Music Mail Distribution Charts (Germany) 2001.
More recently, Minder is shifting into film composition, winning a place on Peter Jackson’s composing books, while his work on ‘Letter to Annabelle’ is audible at film festivals around the world. What does his forthcoming EP release, Cinema Five, tells us about this new direction?
Overarchingly, the first thing to note about Minder’s work is its uncompromising production aesthetic, and in that department ‘Cinema Five’ doesn’t disappoint. Beautifully mastered, balanced and controlled, the overall EP recalls classical/electro artists like Craig Armstrong; using powerful crescendos and percussion hits to drive varying orchestral motifs through what are mostly short arrangements, the majority of the tracklistings wind up around the three minute mark.
One year ago Tony Scott died, a great film director and friend to Harry Gregson Williams, Harry one composer that gets my support for his use of electronic and cinematic sounds in his compositions they are always a great journey. Harry has put together a selection of cues that he composed for Tony Scott films, I think you’ll enjoy. A message from Harry. 1 year ago today Tony Scott took his own life and it’s still as if he must be about to call me and shout ‘get ready H, this next one is going to be a hell of
A track that sparks the imagination, Neemah uses her skills in creating this subtle tune with a gentle piano riff and a light strings line. No download yet but you can listen here or on the go with the spacesfm radio app. [soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/94148292″ params=”” width=” 100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /] More at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Neemahz-Musik/302223456472766 http://neemah.bandcamp.com/