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Seeds of Love Super Deluxe Edition
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One of my favorite songs as a kid was Shout, by Tears for Fears. The band has so many great songs over their career. It looks like fans of the band have their Xmas present lined up. This Super Deluxe edition is just that. Keep reading for the full press

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The creatives behind the feature film, Obsidian Dolls recently debuted four very emotional looking stills from the drama featuring Sammi Rotibi (Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained) and John Berchtold (Discovery’s Manhunt). The film’s official synopsis reads: On the eve of the Yom Kippur, an Ethiopian born rabbi, “Nate”, is approached by

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Twenty-three-year-old composer, singer-songwriter and producer, Jesse Neo, has had his fair share of success after his electronic beats grabbed the attentions of record labels, game companies and YouTube channels in 2017. Starting out as a Classical musician, things took a swirl when he was introduced to a DJing and EDM

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Composer Devin Burrows
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IFC Midnight’s indie horror film, The Wretched has become a sleeper hit since it’s release on May 1st, raking in over 1.5 million dollars.  The film, directed by The Pierce Brothers, follows a defiant teenage boy, struggling with his parent’s imminent divorce, as he faces off with an old witch

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After looking at composer Corey Wallace’s resume, it’s safe to say he is somewhat of a chameleon when it comes to the projects he has worked on. Wallace has scored everything from horror films (Epic Pictures’ Artik), network tv shows (NBC’s Siberia) to animation (The Wishgranter).  Since his animation projects

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We are longing for face-to-face contact. Many small-town musicians are struggling to find good ways to promote and share their music while still following social distancing guidelines. Even if coffee house jam sessions or background music for events are your preferred way of sharing your music, we all need to

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What do you pay attention to most when watching a movie? Some might say the actors’ performances, others might say the costume design. Audiences might also argue that a film’s score is crucial to pushing the story along and telling the viewer what they should feel at any given moment. 

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Ahead of Honor of Kings Original Game Soundtrack, Vol. 1 being digitally released this Saturday by Unisonar, we have a behind-the-scenes video to share with you on how the game’s score was created. The album consists of 16 original tracks by composers Thomas Parisch, Edwin Wendler, Matthew Carl Earl, Neal

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Aussie composer Bryce Jacobs has written and arranged scores for films such as Bad Karma, Drive Hard and the 2015 Sundance hit DRUNK STONED BRILLIANT DEAD: The Story of the National Lampoon.  His next project, Random Tropical Paradise, is being released in theaters and VOD June 9 by Gunpowder &

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Comikaze Expo takes over LA this weekend! Amidst all the cosplay and goodies on the exhibition floor, there are tons of panels and exclusives coming out of the event as well. Today Stan Lee’s World of Heroes premiered this extended video of “No Hero Now”.   “No Hero Now” is a cinematic action-driven music

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Multi-platinum singer Adele fired up the rumor mill last year with an enigmatic Tweet that hinted at a new album in the second half of 2014, but true to her label’s word, it did not materialize and appears to be set for a release later this year. The rumors began

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When it comes to Christmas, I’m pretty much a scrooge. The bleeding over of the holiday into November and now even October always irks me. Let Halloween and Thanksgiving have their moments first, Christmas! But, this new holiday track from Kristen Bell and Straight No Chaser has melted by ice

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At 38 years-old, Jenny Lewis hasn’t lost that girl-against-the-world mentality.

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Sam Smith’s latest accomplishment isn’t a new single, but rather a beautiful rendition of a Whitney Houston classic – “How Will I Know.”

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If the Orwells hadn’t been on your radar pre-David Letterman, chances are now you’re pretty hip to the Chicago outfit’s penchants for a raucous live show and ‘fuck you’ attitude.

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Heather McIntosh is a badass.  She may or may not corroborate this estimation of her character, but how else can you describe someone with her resume?  Ms. McIntosh is a cellist with a penchant for electronic music and a passion to share her creative spirit with the world. Heather scored

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