Steve Moore : VFW Soundtrack

Ever since I heard Steve Moore’s score for The Guest I firmly believe that he is the secret ingredient to a truly great cinematic experience. Moore won me over of course as synth/bass wizard in the horror prog duo Zombi, but when I first saw The Guest and became enamored with that score it felt […]

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The Gentle Hum Of Anxiety : Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’ ‘The Social Network’ S/T

There’s a few things that always make me feel better when I’m under the weather; watching horror movies, Chinese food, raspberry jello, and new records. I’ve covered all of them over the course of this two week stint at the Hotel Covid. Today is a special day for new records, as last night my good […]

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What’s The Score? Volume III : Ennio Morricone and ‘The Thing’

There’s really no cinematic experience quite like watching John Carpenter’s The Thing for the first time. The desolation, the gritty man’s man vibe, the snow, and of course Rob Bottin’s next level special effects. It’s a movie about paranoia; not knowing who you thought you knew and not trusting someone you considered a brother. Something […]

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What’s The Score? Volume One : Cristobal Tapia de Veer’s ‘The Girl With All The Gifts’

Okay, so we’re not really sure when or if the world will get back to normal. At this moment we’re in a holding pattern of wait, isolate, and wear masks and gloves if you’ve gotta be around a bunch of people. My wife was downstairs making masks(well, a mask) for grocery day. A mask. This […]

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“Disorienting, Terrifying, and Deeply Somber”: Adam Michael Kozak Talks Scoring Novel ‘Negative Space’

Musician and composer Adam Michael Kozak makes dark, poetic electronic music as Burial Grid. He’s based in Massachusetts and seems to have locked into the oldest part of this country’s Gothic and sometimes bleak origins. But hey, in order to get better we have to look our seedy, wicked past right in the face and […]

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