Alan Howarth Indigo RA Spheric Gold Alan Howarth is a film composer and sound-designer. He’s created the soundtracks for many science-fiction and horror films and TV shows and might be best known, at least in some circles, for a long-running set of collaborations with John Carpenter, sometimes assisting Carpenter in creating scores and sometimes (as […]
Welcome to episode 224 of Sweetman Podcast with support from our sponsors – T Leaf T and Yeastie Boys Now – as you probably know, as well as the usual platforms (this site, soundcloud, iTunes/Apple) you can now get to Sweetman Podcast on Spotify – follow it there and have it saved in your Spotify […]
Adam Page Promise Wizard Tone Records Australian multi-instrumentalist Adam Page here offers a very personal record, a very different sort of album from him – a set of solo pieces performed by Page using a variety of Native American Flutes – all expertly crafted by Todd Chaplin of Southern Cross Flutes in NZ.
Jóhann Jóhannsson Orphée Deutsche Grammophon Billed as Jóhannsson’s return to the studio for a solo album, his first in a half-dozen years, Orphée (loosely based on Ovid’s version of the myth of Orpheus) arrives on the back of extensive studio work, Jóhannsson now one of the go-to names for Hollywood movie soundtracks. Prior to his […]
Mrs D Is Going Within Lotta Dann Allen & Unwin A couple of years ago, three years in fact, I read Lotta Dann’s first book, Mrs D Is Going Without. The cover screamed chick-lit, inside she told her ‘struggle’ with drinking a nice bottle of wine most nights. It felt white and false and privileged […]