Soundcast (Ep. 87) The Soundcast Six

Episode 87 - The Soundcast Six

Erik Woods, Kristen Romanelli (Film Score Monthly Online) and Christopher Coleman tackle six hot-topics from the world of soundtracks.  In this soundcast-experiment, they talk about: the inclusion of Led Zeppelin in the recent "Thor: Ragnarok" trailer, Michael Giacchino's drum-teasy-video from the "Spider-Man Homecoming" recording session, Spin Magazines 2015 article listing their Top 30 Soundtracks from 1995, the recently "leaked" track "Alien: Covenant Theme" on Soundcloud, the replacement of composer Pinar Toprak on the upcoming film, "Geostorm" and the disappearing original score release for "Ghost in the Shell."  This is a pilot episode, so your feedback is the key to seeing more episodes like this!  Please, let us know what you think!

Episode Highlights

00:16 - Intro and introducing The Soundcast Six
03:17 - #1 - Thor Zeppelin-rok
12:59 - #2 - Spider-Drums
19:16 - #3 - The "Best" of 1995?
30:09 - #4 - Alien: Covenant theme?
38:39 - #5 - Pinar Noir
58:04 - #6 - Ghost in the Jewel Case

Music Selections

00:00 - "Immigrant Song" - (All Zeppelin) by The Hampton String Quartet
09:59 - "Whip It" - (Whip It Remastered Album) by Devo
12:44 - "Improv" (Spider-Man Homecoming Recording Sessions) by Alex Acuna, Walter Rodriguez
29:44 - "Alien: Covenant Theme" by The Martian
37:18 - "Echoes of Battle" by Pinar Toprak
65:31 - "Immigrant Song" by Dread Zeppelin

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The official podcast of Tracksounds.com, The SoundCast is hosted by Christopher Coleman and features reviews and discussions centered around film, TV, and video game soundtracks. Special edition episodes include interviews with composers and other industry professionals.

The Soundcast Stereo is co-hosted by Christopher Coleman and Erik Woods (Cinematic Sound Radio).  Each episode is a 30 minute (ish), two channel conversation about the world of film, television, and video game music.