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Rappers Dropping Beats…in Westeros

In preparation for the fourth season of Game of Thrones to hit the air on April 6, HBO has released ten rap songs by artists like Big Boi, Daddy Yankee, and Common. You can listen to the entire album, Catch the Throne, on SoundCloud. Seriously, do yourself a favor and check them out. These tracks are gold! About Reporter Michelle ...

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Gravity: Soundtrack Preview

Water Tower Music music released a nearly 25- minute preview of the soundtrack for the titular film. If you haven’t heard it yet, you should. It’s good. Very intriguing. Composed by Steven Price, it is very atmospheric and Price makes great use of the electronic sound to create a the feeling of wide open space and the wonders of the ...

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The Dark Game of Hobbit Knight Thrones by Jason Yang

As a fan of all series involved in this medley, I’ve had this video on repeat for the past two days. I regret nothing. About Reporter Michelle Lawhorn: Michelle, a.k.a. Stormraven, is what can only be described as an eclectic nerd. Her interests and expertise range from Doctor Who to Lord of the Rings, cosplay to comics, and Bollywood to ...

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For Star Wars VII, VIII, IX: Composer Announced!

  From SoundtrackNet – Momentous news! It’s been announced by Kathleen Kennedy that John Williams will be scoring the new Star Wars films, Star Wars VII, VIII and IX. IN an announcement at Celebration Europe in Essen, Germany. From John Williams: “I look forward to returning to a galaxy far, far away. I hope I can contribute something in the ...

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Man of Steel Soundtrack Preview

On June 11th the Man of Steel soundtrack will be available for purchase and there will be two options – the regular soundtrack, with 18 tracks and the deluxe edition, which will feature 24 tracks. You can preview all of the tracks for both editions on Amazon. Both editions are two-disc albums. There will also be released a Limited Edition ...

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Star Trek Into Darkness Soundtrack Sneak Peek

I’ve been a Star Trek fan for a long time and I enjoyed the new rebooted Star Trek film. Star Trek: Into Darkness is coming out May 17th and what’s more, cinemaphiles who are also music lovers can looking forward to the new soundtrack by the rising, popular film composer Michael Giacchino. Giacchino is an acclaimed composer who won an Academy Award ...

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The Jerry Goldsmith Awards

From SoundtrackNet – The International Film Music Festival ‘Province of Cordoba’ has opened submissions for the Jerry Goldsmith Awards. The Jerry Goldsmiths are given each year as part of the activities of the festival. This is the eighth edition of the awards. The awards acknowledge the work of young composers just getting started in the audiovisual field such as film, ...

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Iron Maiden's Trooper Beer

Well it’s Saint Patrick’s Day, and what better way to celebrate than with a fine ale and energetic music?  What kind of music do you like to listen to while enjoying a tasty refreshment?  There are a lot of fantasy & sci-fi fans that order their musical refreshment in a metallic fashion, hard and heavy as in IRON MAIDEN!  Well ...

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Billboard Charts, New Releases and Star Wars on Vinyl!

From SoundtrackNet: There have been some very interesting things brewing in the land of music in the past few months for fans of science fiction and fantasy. In December: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey soundtrack charted the top of the billboard charts. It entered at #30 on the Billboard Top 200, making it the highest charting score from Peter Jackson’s ...

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Interview with LOTRO Composer Chance Thomas

Chance Thomas is well known to those of us who spend some time in the Turbine’s Lord of the Rings Online trouncing across the Greenfields of the Shire, exploring the dark places of Moria, or most recently, charging across the plains of Hytbolt. Mr. Thomas is responsible for the merry melodies of the Shire, the ominous opuses of Foundations of ...

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