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About Garrett Steele

Garrett Steele has degrees in psychology and music composition. He prefers liking things to not liking things. Sometimes he puts dots on lines and then people play music off of them. If that interests you, you can check it out at https://mgarrettsteele.wordpress.com/
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Bill Sinkiewicz’s NICK FURY #1 Cover is Perfect
6 months ago

Bill Sinkiewicz’s NICK FURY #1 Cover is Perfect

Marvel has given us our first look at the new Nick Fury #1, featuring an episodic take on the son of Nick Fury from James Robinson (Scarlet Witch, Cable) and ACO (Squadron …
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Interview: Son of Zorn Composer Leo Birenberg
8 months ago

Interview: Son of Zorn Composer Leo Birenberg

By  •  TV, Music

Leo Birenberg is a voracious composer for film and TV. Right now he’s working on Fox’s live action/animated hybrid sitcom Son of Zorn, to which he contributes gloriously ludicrous Sword-and-Sorcery goodness …
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Danny Jacob Interview
10 months ago

Danny Jacob Interview

By  •  TV, Music

Danny Jacob is a busy man. Coming off of the massive success of Phineas and Ferb, he’s has teamed back up with that show’s creators for Milo Murphy’s Law, a …
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Composer Austin Wintory Hosts Massive Giveaway
1 year ago

Composer Austin Wintory Hosts Massive Giveaway

Noted video game composer Austin Wintory is celebrating his birthday by making the entire contents of his Bandcamp page free from now until Monday. The composer is known for the …
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Video Game Covers and the Role of Arranging in Modern Music
1 year ago

Video Game Covers and the Role of Arranging in Modern Music

A large part of the online music landscape consists of covers, as anyone who’s ever tried to find a a music video on YouTube can readily attest. Accordionist Jackson Parodi …
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Suicide Squad Gets Huge Rap Collaboration “Sucker for Pain”
1 year ago

Suicide Squad Gets Huge Rap Collaboration “Sucker for Pain”

The ongoing promotion for Warner Brothers/DC Comics full-length Hot Topic ad Suicide Squad continues, with music front and center throughout. Suicide Squad: The Album is a fascinating mix of the …
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Valiant announces Interlocking Variants for 4001 A.D.
1 year ago

Valiant announces Interlocking Variants for 4001 A.D.

By  •  Comics

4001 A.D. is Valiant’s big summer crossover, showing a wider look at the future that’s only been glimpsed in Rai, and they’re making it just a little more special …
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Radiohead is Doing…Something

By  •  Music

Sorry for the vague headline, but in an interesting move, Radiohead have erased their entire online presence. Their website is currently a blank, white page with nothing on it. (Others …
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Luke Cage Composers Announced – And They’re Awesome
1 year ago

Luke Cage Composers Announced – And They’re Awesome

By  •  TV, Music, Comics

News broke recently that the composers for the Marvel/Netflix series Luke Cage would be none other than Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad. This is great news for people who like …
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Review: A+A: The New Adventures of Archer and Armstrong #1
2 years ago

Review: A+A: The New Adventures of Archer and Armstrong #1

By  •  Comics
A+A: The New Adventures of Archer and Armstrong #1

Three of the core Valiant Universe characters are the Anni-Padda brothers, a trio of Sumerian warriors who were granted immortality at a horrible, cost and who’ve spent the last 6,000 …
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10 Cloverfield Lane score due out 3/11
2 years ago

10 Cloverfield Lane score due out 3/11

By  •  Music

Sparks & Shadows has announced the digital release of Bear McCreary’s score for 10 Cloverfield Lane this Friday, March 11th, the same day as the film’s release. Bear McCreary basically won …
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Bobby Johnston’s City of Gold score due out March 11th
2 years ago

Bobby Johnston’s City of Gold score due out March 11th

By  •  Music

LakeShore Records has announced the release of the score for City of Gold, a movie that starts out as a documentary about the LA food scene, and launches from thee …
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