Posts tagged Netflix
Jason Hill

Hypnotic composer, producer, and founder of The Department of Recording and Power details his lifelong rejection of sonic mores, how David Fincher’s unorthodox prompt regarding ‘the death of disco’ ignited the season two musical identity of Mindhunter, making Netflix history with his chilling re-imagining of the main titles theme, and teases a comeback release from Louis XIV.

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Daniel Pemberton

Gifted Golden Globes nominated composer speaks on remodeling the work of Bach within his explosive hybrid score for Ocean’s 8, how he convinced Aaron Sorkin to let him capture the essence of a rock band for Molly’s Game, and the innovative sequence he’s most proud of from medieval epic, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.

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Maggie Phillips

Illuminated and experimental music supervisor speaks on her trial by fire entry to the field after the success of The Duplass Brothers’ The Puffy Chair, her complex collaboration with Noah Hawley and Jeff Russo to manifest the psychedelic atmosphere of Legion, and how a sync from Fargo led to the expansion of a farm in Zambia.

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ESKMO

Internationally celebrated electronic musician turned television composer, founder of Ancestor, and esteemed member of The Echo Society speaks on setting the stage for the menacing power politics of Billions, developing unique musical characters for each of Hannah Baker's tapes in 13 Reasons Why, and how spirituality has been a guiding light to ward off negative energy and stimulate creativity.

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Peter Nashel

The fastidious musical chameleon and co-founder of DuoTone Audio Group speaks on the rationale behind his treatment for the key incident in I, Tonya, teases out the modernized East meets West soundscapes of Netflix's Marco Polo, and explains what a vacation from your computer can do for your artistry. 

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Pedro Bromfman

Multi-award winning powerhouse composer and two time Cinema Brazil Grand Prizes nominee shares about honoring the rich tradition of Latin-American music in an electronic world, balancing the beauty and darkness for Narcos, and why he believes he was made for film scoring. 

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Ali Shaheed Muhammad

Legendary member of A Tribe Called Quest and cultural influencer talks about his artistic collaboration with Adrian Younge on Marvel's Luke Cage soundtrack, the social relevance of We The People, and how he orients for the harmony of mankind.

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