Feature Ivan Radford 4 Apr 2013 - 06:47
In his latest Music in Film column, Ivan has a listen to some of the finest soundtracks to appear this year so far...
In fact, February/March is fast becoming my favourite time of year for unexpected film music treats. 2012 gave us Michael Giacchino’s epic sci-fi score to John Carter, Mark Mothersbaugh’s fun 21 Jump St, the charming Hunky Dory, and Jónsi’s (of Sigur Ros) lovely We Bought A Zoo. Here are some scores that you might not have noticed this year, which are all worth a listen.
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