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When Miles met the New Wave: Lift to the Scaffold Sixty-Five Years On

A lone shadow, trumpet in hand, looms over passing images of Louis Malle’s 1958 debut film Lift to the Scaffold (Ascenseur pour l’Échafaud). On the screen, a woman wanders in…

Blonde Soundtrack: a gorgeous score lends dignity to a disastrous film

Is it ethical to even watch Blonde? It is a dilemma that has scorched reception of the new three-hour Marilyn Monroe biopic, directed by Andrew Dominik and starring Ana De…

Labrinth debuts Euphoria soundtrack

It is rare that a debut soundtrack arrives with this much aplomb, but Labrinth’s soundtrack to Euphoria is fearless and exploratory, characterising the show with a wide sonic soundscape. The…

Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Black Panther’ soundtrack is fun & feature-filled

3.5/5 stars In an interview, Kendrick Lamar stated he and Top Dawg never actually planned on producing the soundtrack to Black Panther. Nevertheless, Black Panther The Album is a very…

Trainspotting 2 Soundtrack: Capturing a contemporary soundscape

In all honesty, I don’t even remember watching Trainspotting for the first time. After moving to Edinburgh, I thought that my friend’s place in one of the flats between Pleasance…