Season 1 Episode 16 | Tom Holkenborg, Summer TV Review & Name That Score
Kenny begins this extended edition of the show by talking about the sudden surge in vinyl sales, and argues there’s a huge future ahead for the medium, with major companies jumping into the industry. Then Matt presents his spoiler-free Summer TV roundup of recommendations and disappointments, and the guys tally the scores from their Emmy Nomination predictions a few weeks ago, and pick winners.
Then we’re joined by Tom Holkenborg, electronic DJ and composer of films including Mad Max: Fury Road, Deadpool, Tomb Raider, 300: Rise of an Empire and Peter Jackson’s upcoming Mortal Engines.
Tom talks about first meeting Robert Kraft at Fox, years before his composer career took off, and getting kicked out of music school for his rebellious approach to drums.
Then Tom talks about why he recorded custom drums for Mad Max, and his Studio Time series that breaks down his musical approaches.
Lastly, Tom joins the guys for a “#1 Blockbusters of the 2000s” edition of Name That Score where you — yes, you — can be a winner! Play along for free by tweeting @ScoreThePodcast, where you could win a fabulous prize!
Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2018 Score: The Podcast
Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes.
Executive Producer: Matt Schrader.
Mentioned In This Episode
Paranoia by Junkie XL (Tom Holkenborg)
Molly's E by Junkie XL (Tom Holkenborg)
Mad Max: Fury Road by Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie XL