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‘Avatar: The Way of Water,’ ‘Elvis,’ Top Gun: Maverick’ Among Top Cinema Audio Society Nominees

‘Avatar: The Way of Water,’ ‘Elvis,’ Top Gun: Maverick’ Among Top Cinema Audio Society Nominees
Avatar: The Way of Water,” “Elvis,” “Top Gun: Maverick” and “All Quiet on the Western Front” were among the top nominees for live action film at the 59th Annual Cinema Audio Society Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing 2022.

“Obi-Wan Kenobi” and “Prey” found support in the non-theatrical motion picture/limited series category, while “Barry” and “Stranger Things” found support in TV categories.

The Cas had previously announced that Oscar-nominated production sound mixer Peter J. Devlin (“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”) would receive the Cas Career Achievement Award this year. Alejandro González Iñárritu (“Bardo”) will also be honored as the 2023 Cas Filmmaker of the Year.

The ceremony will take place on Saturday, March 4, 2023, in Los Angeles.

Below, the full list of nominees for the 59th Annual Cinema Audio Society Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing 2022.

Motion Pictures: Live Action

All Quiet on the Western Front

Production Mixer: Viktor Prášil

Re-Recording
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Cinema Audio Society Awards Nominations Set: ‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’, ‘Top Gun: Maverick’, ‘Elvis’ & More

Cinema Audio Society Awards Nominations Set: ‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’, ‘Top Gun: Maverick’, ‘Elvis’ & More
Hear that? It’s the Cinema Audio Society’s nominations for its 2023 Cas Awards, which celebrate excellence in sound mixing for film and TV. See the list below.

Vying for the marquee Motion Picture: Live Action statuette are the sound-mixing teams behind the two top-grossing films of 2022 — Avatar: The Way of Water, and Top Gun: Maverick — along with All Quiet on the Western Front, Elvis and The Batman.

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In the mix for the toon feature trophy are Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio, Lightyear, Minions: The Rise of Gru, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish and Turning Red. The documentary race will feature Good Night Oppy, Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen,
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Trampled by Turtles Have Been Redefining String Music for 20 Years. A New Album Pairs Them With Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy

Trampled by Turtles Have Been Redefining String Music for 20 Years. A New Album Pairs Them With Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy
Back in the early spring of 2003, on April 4th to be exact, a trio of musicians took the tiny stage at Sir Benedict’s Tavern on the Lake in Duluth, Minnesota. What was meant as a casual gathering of friends to shoo away the cold weather blues — with guitar, mandolin, banjo, and their voices — evolved into a live act for the ages: Nearly two decades later, Trampled by Turtles have released their ninth studio album, Alpenglow.

“Sir Benedict’s is this sandwich shop that I worked at, with a stage
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Live from Newport Folk: Trampled By Turtles

Paste has partnered with Sennheiser to bring you exclusive performances from the Paste Ruins at Newport Folk Festival. This week, we’ve got a clip from Trampled By Turtles. The Minnesota bluegrass quintet—which features Dave Simonett, Erik Berry, Dave Carroll, Tim Saxhaug and Ryan Young— just released their most recent album, Stars and Satellites, last April. Take a listen as the band plays one of the album’s standout tracks “Keys To Paradise” live at Newport below....
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Music: Review: Off With Their Heads: In Desolation

Nothing is more clichéd than accusing a punk band of sounding too slick. Sometimes, though, it’s a valid charge—especially if the band has built its entire appeal on unvarnished emotion and bloody-nosed immediacy. Off With Their Heads’ punk anthems have always felt like gut-punches, but on their Epitaph debut, In Desolation, there’s too much padding breaking the blows. Unlike From The Bottom, the Minneapolis band’s 2008 release, In Desolation is sanded-down, note-perfect, and cushioned by a barrier of perfectly sculpted distortion. That distance puts a damper on Ryan Young’s hoarse, crude confessionals: “The face ...
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