Musician/composer Steve Moore recently released his latest solo album titled Beloved Exile. This is his first solo album since 2013s Pangaea Ultima, and first full-length released with Temporary Residence. If you’re not familiar with Moore, he’s been part of heavy synth/prog rock duo Zombi(along with drummer/keyboardist AE Paterra) for over 15 years. Besides his work in […]Read More “Your Sentries Will Be Met With Force” : A Few Questions With Composer Steve Moore
On his first non-soundtrack album since 2013s Pangea Ultima, Steve Moore goes deep. Beloved Exile is the musician’s most accomplished and engaging work yet, working with Tunisian singer/songwriter Emel Mathlouthi, harpist Mary Lattimore, and veteran percussionist Jeff Gretz. Along with the acerbic wit of Mountain Goats’ John Darnielle coming up with the album and song […]Read More Steve Moore : Beloved Exile
The synth/goth/pop duo of Miracle, which consists of singer Daniel O’Sullivan(Ulver, Sunn O))), Guapo) and keyboardist Steve Moore(Zombi and of great film scores), mined early 80s alternative on their first album Mercury back in 2013. If you grew up pining for lost love listening to albums like This Mortal Coil’s Filigree & Shadow and Depeche […]Read More Miracle : The Strife Of Love In A Dream
Occasionally I like a good dose of tongue firmly planted in cheek when it comes to horror/action/violent cinema. You get too much of that serious, brooding, bloody cinema and I think it starts to affect you. Like, you only want to eat organic food and drink purified water and you forget the pleasures of a […]Read More Mayhem!….Bloody Mayhem!
I find myself listening to more soundtracks than I do watching the movies they score. Is that a bad thing? I’m sure the film directors and writers and producers might think so. It’s not that I have anything against watching movies, it’s just that a lot of the time I have easier access to the […]Read More Scoring Horror : Steve Moore’s ‘The Mind’s Eye’
A few months back I grabbed the soundtrack to a Belgian horror film called Cub. Not because I was particularly interested in the film(though I do plan on seeing it at some point), but because it was another film soundtrack by Zombi keyboardist/bassist Steve Moore. Moore has been making horror/progressive/futurist music with drummer Anthony Paterra […]Read More The Treehouse
Every year after completing my list of favorite albums I usually have that moment of “Damn! How could I forget that album?”, and it usually occurs about five seconds after I hit “Publish” on said favorites list. So for the next few days I’ll post about those records I forgot to give ample love to. […]Read More Afterthought Part One : Zombi’s ‘Shape Shift’