Movie Soundtracks

Essays

How Twilight Ushered in a New Dawn For Movie Soundtracks

Ten years since its release, we look back on the soundtrack that brought indie acts like Bon Iver and St Vincent to the mainstream.
Elizabeth Sankey
12.4.18
Obsessive Tendencies

The Music in ’Run Lola Run’ Is Still a Techno Rush to the Head

Every beat that pulses through Tom Tykwer's 1999 cult classic captures the breathless pace of big city life.
Daisy Jones
3.7.18
Essays

The Soundtrack of the 'Fifty Shades' Trilogy Is a Horny Hit Factory

Success from artists like Rita Ora, Ellie Goulding, or the Weeknd is proof that landing on the soundtracks of the three worst movies ever made is a foolproof way to guarantee a song will be a hit.
Rosie Hewitson
3.5.18
Holy Shit

Here's Pusha T and Jeremih's Jaunty New Song "Paid"

From the soundtrack of the Nas-produced film 'The Land.'
Phil Witmer
7.28.16
Interviews

'It Follows' from Video Gaming: An interview with Soundtrack Composer Disasterpeace

We talked to the composer about writing to film vs video games, referencing John Carpenter, and why he's anti-vinyl.
Joseph Yanick
4.7.15
New music

Waxwork Records Are Here To Remind You Why You Were Totally Terrified

Soundtrack label resurrects classic names like 'Rosemary's Baby,' 'The Re-Animator,' and 'Friday the 13th' for vinyl release.
Joseph Yanick
8.26.14
Features

Smash Mouth is the Greatest Movie Soundtrack Band Ever

Now, before you read the title of this article and say, “No, you’re wrong,” first, consider this: No, *you* are.
David Bailey
3.19.13