Our latest guest on Soundtracking is the super-smart, super-likeable and super-exciting young talent, Raine Allen-Miller - whose directorial debut feature Rye Lane brims with charm, wit, energy and panache. Set in Peckham and Brixton, it tells the story of Yas and Dom - two twenty-somethings who meet in the wake of their respective breakups and bond over the course of an exceedingly eventful day. Rye Lane is scored by the wonderful producer and composer Kwes - and we must say a big thanks to everyone at Warp Records for providing us with his as yet unreleased cues.
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Episode 359: Composer Rachel Portman DIscusses Her Career
Our latest guest on Soundtracking is composer Rachel Portman. Rachel has just released an album of her film music re-versioned and performed by her called Beyond The Screen - Film Works On Piano, and it is a very lovely thing indeed.
The other reason we wanted to put out the interview this week is that Rachel was the first ever woman to collect an Oscar for composing - for Emma, back in 1996.
Congratulations to all this year's winners!
Episode 358: Jon Favreau On The Music Of The Mandalorian
358 episodes in, and the man who kicked it all off for Soundtracking returns for a third time. Jon Favreau was the very first guest Edith recorded for the podcast - for which we're forever grateful - and here he is again to discuss The Mandalorian, the brilliant show he created for Disney +. Season 3 is streaming weekly now.
Episode 357: Peyton Reed On The Music Of Ant-Man & Wasp: Quantumania
Our latest guest on Soundtracking is Peyton Reed, director of Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania.
The third instalment of the series, it follows our eponymous heroes as they explore the magnificently realised Quantum realm, encountering all kinds of fantastical creature on the way
As with the previous two films, Quantumania is scored by Christophe Beck
Episode 356: Son Lux On The Music Of Everything Everywhere All At Once
Our latest guests on Soundtracking are Ryan Lott, Rafiq Bhatia and Ian Chang, who come together under the banner of Son Lux.
And under that banner, they provided the music for Daniels Kwan and Scheinert's mind-bending multiverse romp, Everything Everywhere All At Once. The score had to mirror the complexity of the narrative without confusing matters further. No mean feat, but one they manage to pull off with some considerable panache.