Film Composer Peter Raeburn’s Music Gets Under Your Skin
In this interview with the boundary-pushing British film composer (“Woodshock,” “Nancy”) he shares a few thoughts on how music should work in 21st-century film. And the critical reason you should stay for the last song that plays over the closing credits.
When Androids Dream of Electric Music on “Westworld”
“Pet Sounds” and “To Pimp a Butterfly” could help robots become more human…