I hope you have loved listening to all of the incredible music that has been analyzed in the last few years. Here is one final Podcast which covers an amazing Score from the incomparable Jerry Goldsmith; we hope you enjoy The Mummy.

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Musical Procrastination #31 - With Video Game Composer Cris Velasco

About Our Guest Today 

Cris Velasco is a multiple award-winning composer of epic orchestral, dark experimental and modern hybrid music scores for video games, film and television. After graduating from UCLA with a degree in Music Composition, Velasco pursued his passion to write music for visual media; his first major release was composing for Sony’s blockbuster God of War.

A prolific and versatile composer, Velasco has become one of the most sought-after composers in interactive entertainment, scoring many major titles including Company of Heroes 2, Mass Effect 3, Borderlands 2, ZombiU, Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine, God of War 3, Tron: Evolution, Borderlands, God of War 2, Darksiders, Clive Barker’s Jericho, and many more.

Velasco also composes for independent films, trailers, and commercials for high-profile clients such as Coca-Cola, Disney, Lexus and Mercedes. His music has been licensed for numerous movies, documentaries and television shows. In addition, Velasco arranged, orchestrated, and conducted multiple arrangements of the Monday Night Football theme currently airing on ESPN.

Cris Velasco’s orchestral music is performed in concerts worldwide and has received numerous accolades including "Best Original Score" from the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences, "Best Original Music" nomination from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, NBC News' "Best Video Game Music of 2012", GameTrailers' "Best Soundtrack of the Year" and IGN's "People's Choice Award - Best Overall Music".

Cris Velasco lives in Los Angeles and is represented by Soundtrack Music Associates. 

- http://www.monarchaudio.com/

Bombad Radio: Geeks and Legends Presents - Musical Procrastination #30

John Powell Interview with BAFTA

In this episode we're doing something a little different, and are sharing an interview we attended at the Royal Albert Hall in London, where John Powell sat with many of us fans and spoke about his career. In a very funny and entertaining interview, John talks about everything from the beginning of his career to now.


Bombad Radio: Geeks and Legends Presents - Musical Procrastination #29 with Legend Jason Graves Composer of Dead Space, Tomb Raider, and More!

Jeremiah takes the reins of Musical Procrastination #29 as he interviews Jason Graves, the two time BAFTA Award winning composer of games such as Dead Space, Tomb Raider, Lone Echo and over a hundred more. 

Jason Grave's Official Website: http://www.jasongraves.com/

Official Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jasongravesmusic/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jgmusic

Music in this episode includes (in order of appearance):

  • Welcome to the Sprawl (Dead Space 2)
  • Welcome Aboard the U.S.G. Ishimura (Dead Space)
  • Come Rain or Come Convergence (Dead Space 2)
  • It Had to be Unitology (Dead Space 2)
  • Lacrimosa (Dead Space 2)
  • Escape to the Shuttle (Dead Space Extraction)
  • Electric Sheep (Lone Echo)
  • Welcome to Kronos II (Lone Echo)
  • The Tomb Raider (Tomb Raider)
  • March of the Bloodtusk Mammoth (Far Cry Primal)




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The Lost World, Jurassic Park 3 and Exclusive Interview with Brian Tyler

Join us for a very special episode of Musical Procrastination, where Lee completes his analysis of the Jurassic Park Film Series. This month he talks about John Williams' The Lost World and Don Davis' Jurassic Park 3. Also he shares his exclusive interview with Composer Brian Tyler (Fast and Furious franchise, Iron Man 3, Now You See Me.)

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Musical Procrastination Episode 27: Jurassic Park

This month, Lee goes back to one of the most well-loved and iconic Scores of all-time. Hear all your favourite moments from the film, plus many subtle themes and musical gems that you may not have noticed before. Welcome... to John Williams' Jurassic Park. 

The discussion on Michael Giacchino's Score for Rogue One continues, as Lee analyses more of Giacchino's new themes, as well as the returning Williams themes, and how they all fit into the overall musical galaxy of the Star Wars saga.


Lee's back with his in-depth analysis of our favourite Film and Television Scores. This month he examines Michael Giacchino's new score for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. This is Part 1 of 2; where Lee talks about many of Giacchino's new themes, and some returning Williams themes. 

In Musical Procrastination #24 we interview Christopher Tin, the two time Grammy Award winning composer behing songs like Baba Yeti (Civilization 4) and Sogno Di Volare (Civilization 6) as well as music for X2, The Ring etc. Christopher Tin also has several albums out including the Grammy Award winning Calling All Dawns and its followup The Drop That Contained the Sea. 
More about Christopher Tin

He writes music for the concert hall, but also for film, video games and commercials. His albums have reached #1 on the Billboard charts, his songs have been sampled by rappers and covered by trance acts, and he's had entire concerts at Carnegie Hall devoted to his music. He also collaborates with a wide variety of artists: from electronic music pioneers, to opera legends, to international stars of world music.

He made history with his song “Baba Yetu,” winning the first Grammy ever awarded to a piece of music written for a video game (Civilization IV) — then made history again by winning the last ever Grammy for Best Classical Crossover Album (for Calling All Dawns). He followed that album up in 2014 with another fusion of world and classical music, The Drop That Contained the Sea, debuting at #1 on Billboard's classical charts, and premiering to a sold out audience at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium.

Tin grew up in northern California, firmly grounded in classical music, but with a heavy musical wanderlust: playing in jazz combos, writing musicals for his classmates, and obsessively listening to '70s classic rock concept albums. As he got older he supplemented his formal training by studying the music and languages of different cultures, but also by immersing himself in the underground rave scene of '90s San Francisco. He did his undergraduate composition studies at Stanford and Oxford; then won a Fulbright Scholarship to study at the Royal College of Music in London, where he graduated at the head of his class.

He now lives and works in Santa Monica, where he serves as a Governor of the LA Chapter of the Recording Academy.

For more on Christopher Tin goto his website at: https://christophertin.com
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In Musical Procrastination #23 - Jeremiah steps in for Lee as he interviews Chad Seiter, composer for the new Microsoft title ReCore. Chad Seiter has also worked on many other franchises such as Star Trek, Lost, Fringe, Jurassic World and more!

About Chad Seiter from: http://www.chadseiter.com/
A prolific composer, arranger and orchestrator for film, television, video games and symphonic concerts, Chad Seiter has composed and produced original music for major Hollywood franchises including Star Trek, Fringe and LOST. He is also Composer, Music Director and Associate Executive Producer for Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions and The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses touring concert series performing symphonic arrangements of the classic Nintendo scores performed with hundreds of the world’s leading orchestras.
Chad Seiter started his musical career as assistant to Academy Award-winning composer Michael Giacchino, providing orchestration on hit television series LOST and blockbuster films including Jurassic World, the J.J. Abrams Star Trek reboot, Cloverfield, Speed Racer, and later composing for the first season of the highly rated television series Fringe, recording each weekly episode with the highly coveted Hollywood Studio Orchestra scoring musicians.
He also scored the AAA video games LEGO Jurassic World, Star Trek, and Fracture, as well as providing additional music to Ratatouille, Up, LOST: Via Domus, and Turning Point: Fall of Liberty. Majestic and epic in scope, Seiter’s original score for Star Trek was performed by 123 musicians of the Slovak National Symphony Orchestra, one of the largest ensembles ever recorded for a game.
As Composer, Arranger, Orchestrator, and Music Director for The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses and The Legend of Zelda: 25th Anniversary Symphony live concert tours, Chad Seiter’s acclaimed orchestral arrangements of Koji Kondo’s iconic video game scores have been performed by the world’s most prestigious orchestras including The Royal Philharmonic, The Tokyo Philharmonic and The National Symphony.
Seiter recently launched his latest epic concert production as Associate Executive Producer and Co-Creator, Composer, Lead Arranger and Music Director of Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions, a new, live orchestral touring concert showcasing memorable music from the world of Pokémon.
With sold-out shows and rave reviews for his symphonies currently touring worldwide, Seiter looks forward to new and interesting projects that combine his creative voice and love of the orchestra.

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Musical Procrastination is back! In this episode; Lee talks about the music from the worldwide phenomenon 'Game of Thrones,' composed by Ramin Djawadi. 

Join us for Part 2 of Lee's analysis and celebration of John Williams' new Score for the Star Wars Saga; Episode VII, where he talks about some of the most important themes in the film; including Kylo Ren and Rey's Themes.


This month we journey into the iconic music from John Williams' Star Wars. But this time, it's new music! Hear new themes, new fanfares, and a whole brand new Score for The Force Awakens. This is Part 1 of 2; where Lee examines and unveils the beauty, the complexity and the brilliance of Williams' return to the greatest Saga of them all.

Join us this month for an exciting edition of Musical Procrastination, where we finish our analysis of the music from Battlestar Galactica. Also listen to an interview we had with the Composer himself; Bear McCreary.

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Join us this month as Musical Procrastination heads back to a long time ago in a galaxy far far away with The Empire Strikes Back. Hear all your favorite moments and re-live the nostalgia and the brilliance of John Williams.

For the 16th edition, it's all about Dinosaurs. We get our teeth into the music of the current Box Office monster; Jurassic World, Composed by Michael Giacchino. You'll hear brilliant new music, along with some moments of nostalgia from the original.

In the 15th Episode of Musical Procrastination, it's the final chapter in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy. Here we talk about all of your favourite musical moments from the 11-time Oscar Winning Epic; The Return of the King.

In the 14th installment of Musical Procrastination we go over the music of King Kong throughout the various films that have been released from the original 1933 score to the 2005 score by James Newton Howard for the Peter Jackson release. 
Join us for Musical Procrastination #13 where we discuss the music of Classic Bond films, all those great 007 films of Connery and Moore! Then we also discuss, as our composer of the month, John Barry, the man behind the 007 theme as we know it, Dances With Wolves, Out of Africa, and many more. 
This month on musical procrastination host Lee is discussing the music of Star Wars Episode IV - A New Hope! If that doesn't prep you for this, I have no idea what will!
As reported on Episode 180 here is Musical Procrastination #11 discussing the music of Doctor Who (much of which is done by composer Murray Gold. We also, for our composer of the month segment go into Thomas Newman who has done a lot of music you actually know!
Musical Procrastination #10 is here and its about the music Howard Shore composed for Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and for the composer focus, its Hans Zimmer!
Musical Procrastination is back! In Episode 9 Lee discusses the music of Pixar, now in its second part. Enjoy the beautiful romps through our imagination as he goes through the magical scores of Ratatouille. Wall-E and more! Next month on the show its Hans Zimmer and the music of Lord of the Rings!
Musical Procrastination is back with its 8th episode! This time the hosts discuss the music of all the Batman films. For the composer focus this time is James Bond and Sherlock composer David Arnold!

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Welcome to Musical Procrastination #7 where your hosts will delve into the music of The Fellowship of the Ring, the epic score by Howard Shore as well as discussing as their composer of the month Abel Korzeniowski known for scoring Penny Dreadful, Escape from Tomorrow, W.E. and more!

Musical Procrastination #6 is here as your host discusses the music of Disney. Composer of the month is Alan Silvestri of Back to the Future fame and The Avengers and more!


For Musical Procrastination #5 we have the music of Spider-Man comparing the Danny Elfman scores of the Raimi films vs. the scores of the newer ones. Also for the composer of the month its Michael Giacchino of Incredibles, Up, Star Trek and more!


Musical Procrastination returns this month with a look into the music of the hit Syfy Series Battlestar Galactica and what it brought to the franchise. Also this month we have the composer focus of the month, this month being James Newton Howard who gave us the music of M Night Shyamalan films, Dinosaur, The Dark Knight and more!

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Episode 3 of Musical Procrastination is here! March's show is about the Newmans, this being Randy Newman and Thomas Newman, two of the biggest composers of Pixar flicks! Are you a fan of the Pixar soundtracks? There are 14 films and though we could not discuss all the soundtracks of Pixar we do have Randy Newman (Toy Story 1-3, Monsters Inc and University, A Bugs Life) and Thomas Newman (Wall-E) as we continue MUSICAL PROCRASTINATION!
In the second episode of Musical Procrastination the host discusses the music of superman, comparing the difference between John Williams' iconic score and the score done by John Ottman (Superman Returns) as well as the new stuff by Hans Zimmer for Man of Steel and how each looked at the character in a different light musically. The composer focus this week is James Horner (Avatar, Titanic, The Amazing Spider-Man).
Musical Procrastination, the podcast where we discuss soundtracks, movie and television scores and the composers that brought them. This is our premiere episode of the show and we hope you enjoy it as we discuss a little about some new soundtracks, introduce the show and focus on Harry Potter soundtracks and John Williams!

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