This episode I’m excited to be joined by Christopher Tyng, composer for TV shows such as Futurama, Suits, Rescue Me as well as movies and video games. We talk about instruments (what’s a boobam?!) used in the music of Futurama and how the musical tone was established and we discuss the “death” of record labels and the seeming lack of gatekeeping. We’ll open with the Futurama theme, throw in a Cowmen track and close with a couple songs from Suits.
Welcome to the World of Tomorrow, everyone!
Futurama Theme – Christopher Tyng
Off to Jail (Suits) – Christopher Tyng
Zane vs Zane (Suits) – Christopher Tyng
*As always support the music you love by buying their songs, merchandise, and show tickets.
This episode of Start the Music! I talk to Sam Eastmond, composer and one of the leaders of Spike Orchestra. We talk about music and community, being a band geek and the usual questions about first albums and first gigs. I also give some details about upcoming episode 10 and check out that SOCAN image on the sidebar! We’re licensed!
Find all you need to know about Spike Orchestra at: www.spikeorchestra.com
Cerberus: Masada Book Two The Spike Orchestra play John Zorn’s Masada available everywhere (also direct from the band)
For the full length (barely edited) interview with Sam – Click Here
Also mentioned on the podcast:
1. Black Sheep – Abandin All Hope
2. Salaries & Wages – The Real McCoys
3. Life Inside – Spike Orchestra
Intro from the track: Construction – Spike Orchestra
*As always thank you to all the bands who allow me to play their music. Support them if you can![Top]