This year has been a busy one for Cornelius, as the Japanese electronic music hero born Keigo Oyamada already emerged with his stellar Design A soundtrack and recently released his CM4mix. Now we've discovered that Oyamada will be sticking to his scoring ambitions, having officially signed on to soundtrack the new anime series Ghost in the Shell: Arise.
It starts off with the two getting close while on a motorcycle ride through the country. Once they arrive at what looks like a barn, Miguel sits in a red Porsche while Mariah dances seductively under a the glow of chandeliers.
What makes a great indie soundtrack in today’s gaming world? Is it personality? Charm? Uniqueness? Ron and I (Joey Davidson) teamed up to hammer out 10 of our favorite gaming soundtracks from the relatively contemporary indie scene.
What we wound up with is a list of 10 albums that we can easily, wholeheartedly recommend to you for your listening pleasure.
Between these sheets, music of dreams Los Angeles Times Like postcards that wished you were here, the song titles are as alluring as the full-color covers of the sheet music they adorn, each a melodic tale of the Southern California of the...
The former playwright and actor switched to songwriting full-time after Judy Collins became a fan and signed Speace to her record label. Listen to a four-song set of material from Speace's newest album, How to Sleep in a Stormy Boat.
By Kyle Bylin | @sidewinderfm In this interview panel, three influential thinkers in music and tech — David Dufresne (Bandzoogle), Emily White (Whitesmith Entertainment), Frank Woodworth (Thrillcall) — talk about important issues in the music...
Bauhaus guitarist Daniel Ash created Tones on Tail as a side project in 1981 with bassist Glen Campling, who was also a roadie for Bauhaus. When Bauhaus broke up in 1983, Ash chose to concentrate on his new group, bringing in Bauhaus drummer Kevin Haskins as well. Their style ranged from light rock to funk to atmospheric synth music.