2016 Synchrotones’ Soundtrack Awards
Synchrotones’ Soundtrack Reviews celebrates what it believes are the best scores and composers of 2016. This year, we’re doing things a little bit differently. No ‘awards’ as such; more a celebration of great music. Let us know what you think. Any surprises? Notable omissions? Share your thoughts in the comments section.
LIVING IN THE AGE OF AIRPLANES
James Horner, 2016, Terwilliger Productions
18 tracks, 49:48
Flying was his passion, so James Horner seemed the perfect composer for this documentary about airplanes and how they changed the world.
PLANET EARTH II
Hans Zimmer, Jacob Shea, Jasha Klebe, 2016, Silva Screen Records
2CD, 49 tracks, 2:13:14
It’s a tall order to follow in the musical footsteps of George Fenton. Will Shea and Klebe (with a theme by Zimmer) be able to pull it off?
2016 Round Up – November (8/9)
Synchrotones presents its monthly round-up: a brief overview of soundtrack releases that didn’t get their own dedicated review. And sorry we missed the March edition. So let’s focus on those scores that got away. Such as: Star Trek Beyond, The Light Between Oceans, Supergirl, The Flash, No Man’s Sky and Denial.