Rome-DangerMouse and Daniele Luppi

I’ve been thinking about soundtracks a lot this week. ┬áMostly I’ve been thinking about how terrible they are for the most part, and how lucky we are to have people like Michael Giacchino around to keep things interesting. The art of the soundtrack has been, for years, lost on newer composers. Left to their own devices, the icons of the form (John Williams, Hans Zimmer, … Continue reading Rome-DangerMouse and Daniele Luppi