Month: February 2017

Barbara Nesbitt – Right As Rain

It has always been my mindset that going outside your comfort zone can be beneficial for a person; even if you don’t end up liking the experience, you can still say that you took the risk and opened your mind to something new. I’m not a big fan of country music; the few artists I do like have pop or rock undertones to their music. So listening to Barbara Nesbitt’s new album Right As Rain, a country album through and through, was an experience for me that took me way out of my comfort zone. I found after listening...

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A Moment with Composer, Chris Ridenhour

Chris Ridenhour is an LA-based film and television composer, whose melodic works can be sighted in an eclectic assortment of digital productions, some of which include the SyFy cult series, Sharknado (2, 3, 4, and soon to be 5). I recently had the opportunity to speak with Chris and gain perspective on his fascinating career. It’s the off-camera contributions that we tend to easily look past, but without these people, a film’s story could not be effectively told.   When writing for a typical hour and a half – two-hour long movie, how many different pieces are you composing?...

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Bluetint Magazine Volume 10

Click here to listen on Apple Music!   Volume 10 track list:  King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard : Rattlesnake Cherry Glazen: Told You I’d Be with the Guys Hey Violet: Guys My Age K Flay: Blood In The Cut The Weeknd: Starboy (feat. Daft Punk) The 1975: Somebody Else Alex Da Kid: Not Easy Spoon : Hot Thoughts Father John Misty: Pure Comedy Andrew McMahon: Brooklyn, You’re Killing...

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