Film Music

Listen to Nick Cave & Warren Ellis’ Wind River soundtrack

By Isobel Raphael

There’s a familiar melancholy tone to the pair’s score for Taylor Sheridan’s mystery thriller.

How to write music for movie trailers

By Paul Weedon

Ursine Vulpine, whose work has appeared in teasers for Alien: Covenant and The Last Jedi, discusses his creative process.

Why Monterey Pop remains the pinnacle of concert movies

By Matthew Eng

DA Pennebaker’s documentary milestone remains historically vital and as bracingly alive as ever.

Listen to a compilation album of covers from Sofia Coppola films

By Little White Lies

‘Sofia Songs’ is released by Super Fan 99 Records to coincide with the release of The Beguiled.

David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption announces killer 2017 line-up

By William Carroll

The director’s annual celebration returns with an exciting blend of music and film.

Paul Thomas Anderson has directed a new Haim music video

By Little White Lies

Take a first look at the band’s new single ‘Right Now’.

Geoff Barrow and Ben Salisbury on their Free Fire soundtrack

By Paul Weedon

The composing pair break down their sparse score for Ben Wheatley’s latest.

The Space Jam soundtrack is being reissued on vinyl

By Little White Lies

This Record Store Day features the ultimate ’90s nostalgia trip.

Mica Levi is writing her next score for a movie that doesn’t exist

By Little White Lies

The Jackie and Under the Skin composer is involved in an ambitious project called The Unfilmables.

Hauschka on Jonny Greenwood’s There Will Be Blood score

By Paul Weedon

The experimental German composer discusses his favourite OST.

Take a 360° video tour of There Will Be Blood live in concert

By Dan Einav

Watch Jonny Greenwood’s atmospheric score come to life.

Nicolas Winding Refn is releasing an album of songs that inspired The Neon Demon

By Little White Lies

‘The Wicked Die Young’ features tracks from Cliff Martinez and Sparks.

Fall in love with the La La Land soundtrack

By Little White Lies

Songs from Damien Chazelle’s spellbinding musical are now available to stream online.

Ennio Morricone’s The Thing score is being reissued on vinyl

By Tom Williams

The classic original score to John Carpenter’s 1982 film is being released via Waxwork Records.

Mark Mothersbaugh on shaping Wes Anderson’s sound

By Paul Weedon

The Devo frontman discusses the pair’s collaborations and plans for a Wes Anderson theme park.

The forgotten story of Tom Waits’ animated music video

By Daniel Dylan Wray

Director John Lamb reflects on the making of his pioneering short film featuring the singer-songwriter.

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