In episode 57 of Sideshow & Tell, your weekly mini newscast, Ian brings you little appetisers of all things happening in the world of film music, composers and movie news! In this week’s SAT, your amazing host discusses the latest film and television music releases including X-Men: Apocalypse by John Ottman, from Music On Vinyl, The Magnificent Seven by James Horner, and a deluxe edition of Poldark by Anne Dudley, from Sony Classical, Snowden by Craig Armstrong, from Universal Music, Stranger Things, Vol. 1 by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, from Lakeshore Records, and finally, Se7en by Howard Shore, from Howe Records. Ian also brings us the news that composer Daniel Pemberton has just finished scoring the upcoming adventure drama ‘Gold’, and wraps up this week’s SAT with his pick of the week by composer Ira Newborn, a limited edition release by the amazing folks at La-La Land Records!
Ian sits down for an exclusive interview with the wonderful composer Anne Dudley. Anne discusses working with clementine-throwing director Tony Kaye on American History X, delivering a high-energy score for ‘Pushing Tin‘, assembling the sound palette for ‘Tristan & Isolde’, her relationship with Paul Verhoeven on ‘Black Book’ and the upcoming psychological thriller ‘Elle‘, learning stories about one of her favourite composers, Jerry Goldsmith, scoring the BBC’s recent smash remake of the classic series Poldark with talented violinist, Chris Garrick and much more! Sit back and enjoy!