A midnight train to Rosewood, a werkit girl with a dreadful sashay shantay, and a lovestruck Romeo who learned the dice were loaded from the start. Jukebox had them all this week. So if you’ve been wondering “What’s that song?” while watching your favorite shows, we’re here to tell you which tunes really resonated. Check out our picks and the full Spotify playlist below. (Warning for those still catching up on DVR: SPOILERS ahead!) READ FULL STORY
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TV Jukebox: 'The Walking Dead,' 'American Horror Story: Asylum,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' and more music-on-TV moments
Moments of intimacy punctuated this week’s TV lineup — from a group of weary travelers adjusting to their new home to a fledgling vampire’s taboo feeding ritual.
In between, there was plenty of plotting and mystery, too, of course. It’s all about the mix. So if you’ve been wondering “What’s that song?” while watching your favorite shows this week, we’re here to tell you which tunes really resonated. Check out our picks and the full Spotify playlist below. (Warning for those still catching up on DVR: SPOILERS ahead!) READ FULL STORY
Baz Luhrmann’s blinged-out retelling of The Great Gatsby was going to be this year’s big Christmas movie until it got bumped into next year. But that might be for the best — since it’s apparently given the filmmaker plenty of time to nail down some major crazy names for the soundtrack.
According to actress Adelaide Clemens, there will be contributions from both Lady Gaga and Prince. “They have some new music that’s going to be added to the film,” Clemens told Indiewire during press rounds for her forthcoming movie Silent Hill Revelation 3D. “Some pretty huge artists have approached Baz and are writing songs for the film, and I don’t think Warner Bros. are going to turn down Prince and Lady Gaga knocking down your door. I don’t know if I’m allowed to say that.” READ FULL STORY
From Nashville to NYC, in darkrooms and sunrises, TV Jukebox was all over the map this week.
We’ve got picks from The Mindy Project, Gossip Girl, Parenthood, Arrow, and more. So if you’ve been wondering “What’s that song?” while watching your favorite shows, we’re here to tell you what tunes really resonated. Check out our picks, including a full Spotify playlist, below! (Warning for those still catching up on DVR: SPOILERS ahead!) READ FULL STORY
Fall TV is in full swing, Jukeboxers! After the first few weeks, we’ve enjoyed reacquainting ourselves with some of last year’s favorites (hey, Glee! we missed you, Revenge!) and scoping out some new inclusions (welcome to the fold, Elementary and Alphas!). So if you’ve been wondering “What’s that song?” while watching your favorite shows, we’re here to tell you what tunes really resonated. Check out our picks below — and make sure to click through for the full Spotify playlist! (Warning for those still catching up on DVR: SPOILERS ahead!) READ FULL STORY
It had been long-rumored, but now it looks official: Adele will aid James Bond by recording Skyfall‘s official theme song.
The song will be called, yes, “Skyfall,” and some or all of it has likely already been recorded: Adele’s been seen chilling at an MGM recording studio, which only fueled all the early speculation. In recording a James Bond musical entry, she’ll be joining a club that includes Paul McCartney, Alicia Keys and Jack White, Carly Simon, Garbage, and others.
Plus, those keeping score at home are no doubt aware that this will be her first new song since her record-crushing 2010 album 21, let alone her pregnancy announcement.
The Sam Mendes-directed Skyfall opens Oct. 26 abroad and Nov. 9 in the States.
Do you think it’s a good career move for Adele? Sound off in the comments.
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Perhaps you’ve heard of that little cinematic endeavor, The Hunger Games, and its accompanying soundtrack featuring the likes of Taylor Swift, Arcade Fire, Kid Cudi, and Civil Wars?
This week The Hunger Games arrived on DVD and Blu-Ray with all kinds of extras, including a never-before-seen music video for precocious U.K. songstress Birdy‘s contribution to the soundtrack, “Just a Game.”
Check out its exclusive online premiere below.
Most television dramas tend to deliver their biggest emotional cues via borrowed pop and rock songs. Breaking Bad is one of the few that draws much of its impact from its original score, constructed by composer Dave Porter.
The ASCAP award winner (not to be confused with this musical David Porter) has become known for building Bad‘s tension and whimsy depending on what situation Walter White has gotten himself into on any given week.
Next Tuesday, August 28, Madison Gate Records will release Breaking Bad: Original Score From the Television Series, the second soundtrack from the show which features 20 tracks from all five seasons of the show.
After inspiring a sudden burst in sales of Thomas Tallis’ choral work “Spem In Alium,” E L James has decided to take the next logical step in building her Fifty Shades of Grey empire: she’s releasing a companion album.
Unlike the Fifty Shades of Grey “soundtrack” playlist listed on the bestselling author’s official site, this record will feature strictly classical music. James has personally selected 15 works from her BDSM blockbuster trilogy (Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, and Fifty Shades Freed) to include on an album to be released by EMI as a digital release on Aug. 15, with a physical version following on Sept. 18.
According to EMI, the album “aims to provide the perfect accompaniment to the Fifty Shades reading experience, setting a mysterious and alluring atmosphere with just the slightest hint of danger…”
In a statement, James said that she was “thrilled that the classical pieces that inspired me while I wrote the Fifty Shades trilogy are being brought together in one collection for all lovers of the books to enjoy.” READ FULL STORY
Dane Cook notwithstanding, the acts of goodwill regarding the Aurora tragedy that took place during a screening of The Dark Knight Rises have yet to slow down. DC Comics has delayed its next Batman publication out of deference, Warner Bros. (the studio behind the Christopher Nolan trilogy-ender) has made substantial donations to various Aurora charities, and Christian Bale has been visiting hospitalized victims during the week. Now, Hans Zimmer is chipping in: the composer behind the Dark Knight Rises soundtrack has written song dedicated to the victims of the senseless tragedy. READ FULL STORY
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