‘Birds of Prey’ Composer Daniel Pemberton on Fighting for Experimentation in His Work

‘Birds of Prey’ Composer Daniel Pemberton on Fighting for Experimentation in His Work
Daniel Pemberton is one of the most exciting film composers working today, not just because his work is great (it is), but because he is determined to never repeat himself. He first came on many peoples’ radars with 2015’s supremely underrated Steve Jobs, for which he crafted a tech-driven score in three parts to match the film’s unique structure. But then he swerved left with a roaring, genuinely ass-kicking score for Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword—it sounded like a completely different composer. That notion would repeat with films like Ocean’s …
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