For the third time Mark Kermode will play some of my music on his film music show on Scala Radio. Today, Saturday 22 February, 1-3pm, available for a week online.
Mark plays film classics, current cinema score releases and also champions less-known composers (like me!) A few weeks ago he played two cues from Poppies and today it’s two mostly electronic tracks, ‘Lost in London’ from My Friend the Polish Girl and ‘Penny’ from Crocodile.
I was thrilled to have a couple of cues from my music to Seahorse played on the Mark Kermode show last Saturday, 7th September. He played and discussed A Positive Result and The Long Wait, which were written for two separate scenes dealing with Freddy’s pregnancy tests. Mark Kermode hosts a fantastic show on Scala Radio, all on film music, and I made some great new discoveries.
The show is available to listen online for a few more days here and my cues are about 12 minutes in, although I have to say I was pretty chuffed to hear at the start of the programme “I’ll be playing music from Bernard Hermann…Mica Levi and Tara Creme”