Katie Fox reviews the soundtrack of Drive.
Print Screen Editor Francesca Sylph reviews the soundtrack of Once.
Print Screen Editor Francesca Sylph discusses her favourite film soundtrack.
William Thornton reviews his favourite soundtrack, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg.
Rhian Hutchings shares the music that reminds her of life outside lockdown.
Anne Chafer reviews the pop superstar collaboration ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’
One of the most interesting developments by way of film score composers in recent years, has been the scores performed by Radiohead guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Jonny Greenwood, who has composed for films such as the 2007 feature There Will Be Blood, as well as Phantom Thread and 2012’s The Master, the first two films both […]
This is, notably, a proper album, with real effort and thought put into it. The production on individual songs is high-quality, and the stack of popular artists who’ve been roped in are mostly well-used. As master of ceremonies, Kendrick Lamar takes centre stage, appearing constantly across the runtime. You won’t find any of his best […]
It’s only just been over a year ago since Daughter once again captured and shattered our hearts with their surreal and ethereal album Not to Disappear (2015), epitomising a tragic decline of individual selfhood. The indie folk band, of guitarist and vocalist Elena Tonra, guitarist Igor Haefeli, and drummer Remi Aguiella, didn’t stay static after […]