Indie Artists & Scores – FilmTracks Ep. 3

Admin February 14, 2012 0

Independent artists have always been at the forefront of social and cultural change, and it was only a matter of time before someone recognized that combining film and this style of music could transcend film to unimaginable heights. In this week’s episode, Andrew and Jessie will dive into some obscure and overlooked albums composed by indie artists – their lasting impact on us, and some neat scenes that highlight the genius behind the music. Is there a push to get more indie artists to do soundtracks? Is this still an ‘indie’ feature film style, or is it bleeding into the majors? Tune in at 5PM today to hear the discussion and some cool music.

Dead Man – Neil Young

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TwKWxKOw2Q&feature=fvst

Sunshine – Underworld & John Murphy “To Heal (and restore broken bodies)”

Underworld – Born Slippy Trainspotting (Danny Boyle)

The Fast and the Furious – BT

The Rhythmatist – Stewart Copeland

http://youtu.be/bQ18aRfkHl0?t=1m36s

Drummer the police – letterman drum talent

CAPTIVE – THE EDGE (from U2)

The Edge

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VbzY-dNrKk

Good Will Hunting – Elliott Smith “Miss Misery” oscar nomited for Best Original Song

Magnolia – Amiee Man – Paul Thomas Anderson literally stopped his movie to have the characters sing along

Radical Face – Welcome Home

Dan Deacon – Build Voice

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWdUewGv49s