Tagged: genre: score/soundtrack/compilation
Instead of being a lazy person, I look back to my 2013-2012 music lists to pick my highlights… FINALLY.
Beijing-based music website Xiami has released the Seeking Light Collection (寻光集, Xun Guang Ji) featuring a number of Beijing-based groups and musicians that play folk rock, pop folk, and folktronica.
Mumbai-based band Sanam have recently released an acoustic version of the 1964 song Lag Jaa Gale, made famous by acclaimed singer Lata Mangeshkar for the movie Woh Kaun Thi.
The Exquisite Corpse has come alive, and the music it makes is truly remarkable.
You’ve never heard Frozen’s Let It Go quite like this. And done by Pearl Jam nonetheless.
Alexander Rybak unleashes a song and music video as part of the European soundtrack for How To Train Your Dragon 2.
Jónsi is involved once again with the How To Train Your Dragon franchise.
How well have the tracks in the compilation album Red Hot + Bach fared in ‘contemporarilizing’ this leading Baroque composer’s music? Read on as Adrienne shares a piece of her mind with you.
Taiwanese band Mayday continue their Japan activities with the release of Do You Ever Shine? which can be spotted as the ending theme of this season’s Japanese drama Bitter Blood (ビター・ブラッド, aka. Partners by Blood).
U2 reveals the official music video for the song a month after unveiling the lyrics video.