As long as PT Anderson is making movies about uber-driven weirdos, Jonny Greenwood’s piercing, experimental classical compositions are going to fit the bill. And though Greenwood brings some of the same, eerie glissando effects to this film that he also contributed to There Will Be Blood, the sonic palette is a little broader this time around — as in the chamber lyricism of “Time Hole,” or else “Alethia,” where the gorgeously woozy arrangement recalls some of Anderson’s own attractive-yet-unsettling vistas.
By Ryan Dombal on 05.11.11 in Icons
Radiohead notice how we're increasingly staring into unreality - on the computer, on cable news, and in movies - and it worries them. As wary soothsayers for the Internet age, the Oxford quintet have remained a vital roc...
By Marc Hogan on 02.26.15 in News
In 1995, when the Clueless soundtrack was originally released, it wasn't available on vinyl. As if. The music from the hit Alicia Silverstone comedy did, however, include a couple of songs from some of the era's best-lik...
By Marc Hogan on 02.25.15 in News
Thom Yorke and Massive Attack's 3D have shared the ominous electronic complement for the inequities of tax season. Yorke and 3D, whose real name is Robert Del Naja, have scored The UK Gold, a feature-length documentary b...
By Glenn Kenny on 12.12.14 in Features
The prolific director discusses seminal music moments in his films and the art of selecting the right song.