On Fridays, I will post a Filk Me Friday entry to help promote your stuff! We’ll also be doing some podcasting in the near future, so if you send a music file or link to a music file, you might hear an excerpt of your filk tune.
Please pass the word, folks.
Bear McCreary, one of my favorite sci-fi composers, already has a career that’s intergalactic (sorry, I couldn’t resist). He’s been a busy guy. You may remember him from the Eureka Season 2 Soundtrack, or his Battlestar Galactica soundtrack and symphony. Now he’s receiving an earthbound nomination as well…
Acclaimed composer Bear McCreary, of Battlestar Galactica renown, does a masterful job of musically mixing it up. Of his own creation he says, “Whether or not you’ve seen Eureka, this CD is worth checking out. The music is a totally unique and twisted blend of folk, blues and zydeco with 80s New Wave synths, 8-bit and 16-bit video-game-inspired FM synthesis, 70’s keyboards, accordions, dobros, didgeridoo and a little Spanish Flamenco. “
I couldn’t have said it better myself. For one thing, I’m a sucker for accordion music, ever since my south pawed brother taught me how to play “Three Blind Mice” on my Dad’s accordion (turned upside down and backwards) when I was a sprat of six. The zydeco takeoffs are always fun and sometimes gritty, and the subtler accordion melodies are clever. Continue reading