A selection of Exeposé Screen and Music writers discuss their favourite film/TV soundtracks.
Music is undoubtedly getting louder. From the moment the dial was turned up to 11 in This Is Spinal Tap, musicians and producers have, on the whole, been reluctant to turn the volume down. A recent study in Scientific Report proved that music has, indeed, been steadily getting louder since the mid-1960s, as the belief that ‘louder is better’ becomes increasingly commonplace. At the […]
Copy Editor, Graham Moore’s Favourite Film Soundtrack: Moon (2009) Moon – the multiple award-winning 2009 directorial debut of Duncan Jones (Source Code, Warcraft) – is a veritable, minimalist masterclass. With a budget of $5 million and a cast consisting of little more than Sam Rockwell and a disembodied Kevin Spacey, Jones creates atmosphere in abundance, and this is aided […]
Midway through my A-Levels, I discovered that listening to the Lord of the Rings music helped me revise; three years later, I have a 200-track playlist, and I can tell you, there’s nothing like listening to the Pirates of the Caribbean theme to make your essay feel like it’s actually important. Following the Oscars last […]