Thu, 14 July 2016
In my latest conversation with Iranian-American composer Nima Fakhrara, we touch upon some of the organic experimentation that gives his recent horror score The Girl in the Photographs its eerie tenor, and the fusion of Persian and vintage electronic sounds for 1979 Revolution: Black Friday (of which both soundtrack albums are available digitally and on CD from Lakeshore Records).
This interview is also available as a visual podcast. Visit KQEK.com for more info and related CD reviews.
Additional info on the making of the visual podcast is available at my filmmaking site, Big Head Amusements.
My interview with Fakhrara on the sci-fi puzzle film The Signal (2014) is also available on iTunes, Libsyn, and YouTube.
Direct download: KQEK_Digital__Nima_Fakhrara__2016_07_14_MP3_320_Kbps.mp3
Category:Filmmusic -- posted at: 2:38pm EDT