Outside is quiet with the weight of snow—nothing but bus tires working the rough bark of the cleared road. The...
It seems more and more that the cutting edge in contemporary music is anything that enters into a six wall mirror.
In addition to being an artifact of empowerment, this record is a sitting-on-the-stairs sort of honesty, a safe-keeping savvy of all the ways in which art can be a sort of communal celebration and preservation.
One of cinema's finest composers Ennio Morricone's career spans over 70 years and countless musical scores.
Jean Jean's Froidepierre is as organic as it is futuristic; as heavy as it is precise.
As John Williams celebrates his birthday, we look back on his illustrious career composing some of the greatest scores in movie history.