Soundtracks

A curated podcast list by
Erik Woods
Creation Date August 28th, 2019
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A list of great soundtrack related podcasts
CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO began as a three-hour film, TV and video game music radio program in 1996. It is now a podcast channel that hosts a variety of specialized programming covering all aspects of film, TV and video game music. CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO’s Flag Ship Show is still hosted and produced by Erik Woods and features a wide variety of new and old film, TV and video game scores. Other programs include THE ARCHIVE WITH JASON DRURY, THE ANIME SPECTACULAR, OBSCURE SCORES, THE 1UPBEAT and BREAKING THE WAVES. Over the years, the show has been picked up by various other outlets including Podtyrant, WROCK Radio, and Movie Scores and More Radio. CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO is produced by Erik Woods in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. ‘Cinematic Sound Radio Fanfare and Theme’ composed by David Coscina.
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The podcast where composers share thoughts and stories about their original scores. In every episode, a composer tells the creation story of their music used in some of today's top film, television and video game soundtracks.
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Talking all things film, tv, and video game soundtracks. Soundtrack news, reviews, composer interviews.
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Art of the Score is the podcast that explores, demystifies and celebrates some of the greatest soundtracks of all time from the world of film, TV and video games. In each episode we’ll be joined by Andrew Pogson, Dan Golding and Nicholas Buc as we check out a soundtrack we love and break down its main themes, explore what makes the score tick and hopefully impart our love of the world of soundtracks.
Hosted by composers William Dodson, Wendell Jones, Jesi Nelson, and Xander Stobbs -this podcast provides unique insight into the soundtracks we love, and why we love them.
In For Scores, host Jon Burlingame takes listeners on a magical journey into the world of film and television composers, revealing never-before-heard special moments behind many of today's most beloved scores. This season, you'll hear personal stories from the composers of Marvel Studios Avengers and Pixar's Toy Story films, Captain Marvel, Coco, Ralph Breaks the Internet, and so much more!
Join Jon and Andy as they explore the world of film music, one score at a time. Each episode is an in-depth discussion of a classic film score: what makes it tick, how it serves the movie, and whether it's, you know, any good. It's a freewheeling, opinionated conversation with an analytical bent, richly illustrated with musical examples. No expertise required. The series began by tackling “100 Years of Film Scores," the AFI's list of (purportedly) the 25 greatest scores in American cinema history, and now draws from a broad range of distinguished scores old and new. Jonathan Dinerstein writes music for film and television in Hollywood. Andy is a pianist and music director. They've been chatting together about movie music for 20 years. Join the conversation on Twitter @ScoreSettlers.
A Score To Settle was initially my blog in which I discussed my soundtrack collection in relation to personal moments and memories. After a number of years, I decided to expand this topic into a podcast, so I could share more about the music. Retaining the same name, A Score To Settle is a podcast about music composed for Film and Television, through my own analysis of specific scores and album releases, overviews of certain composer careers and also interviews, both with those working in the industry and fellow fans.
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Hosted by brother composers Marty & Will Brueggemann, UnderScore is a podcast celebrating the rich tradition of movie music one film at a time.
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A podcast about soundtracks and movies from my childhood and beyond