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    The Best of 2016

    • 14:10 on 22nd Dec 2016
    • By Charlie Brigden

    2016 has been a pretty fantastic year for film music and here are what we consider the best of the lot, in no order of quality…

    By Charlie Brigden

    ABULELE – Frank Ilfman 

    A darker take on E.T., with spectacular melodies from Ilfman, one of the best contemporary composers around.

    HIGH RISE – Clint Mansell

    As dystopian as the film’s concept, Mansell combines orchestra and moog to score a deterioration of society and it’s a spectacular work. Review.

    JACKIE – Mica Levi

    Levi takes the bones of UNDER THE SKIN and fashions them into something equally powerful, an exploration of grief and identity. Review.

    KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS – Dario Marianelli

    A stunning and bold orchestral score matching the fearless innovation of Laika, with shades of absolute beauty.

    LAMB – Daniel Belardinelli

    A lovely tender score, introspective and searching from a real talent of a composer. Review.

    MOONLIGHT – Nicholas Britell

    Fantastic look at three time periods and the way that changes musically, a brilliant character study score.

    THE NEON DEMON – Cliff Martinez

    Electronica doesn’t get much betterer, with Martinez building on the work in DRIVE and ONLY GOD FORGIVES and beating both of those into the ground. Review.

    ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY – Michael Giacchino

    Giacchino was on a hiding to nothing, but he deftly weaved themes from the original trilogy while creating memorable motifs of his own and a truly enjoyable score. Review.

    SYNCHRONICITY – Ben Lovett

    Ben Lovett’s synth masterwork has shades of Vangelis and co, but develops from that to become its own beautiful thing. Review.

    THE WITCH – Mark Korven

    A small and intimate score with the use of older instruments which like the movie it belongs to is both terrifying and truly brilliant.

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