NEW – Edith Bowman interviews Reznor and Ross on Soundtrack Podcast!

trent reznor atticus ross and edith bowman soundtrack podcast

Hello NIN fans!

BBC Radio presenter Edith Bowman talks to the dynamic duo about their soundtrack work – a really great podcast series – definitely check out the other episodes!

I’ll be publishing a long form essay going in-depth on the making-of The Social Network soundtrack soon – coming soon!

My book INTO THE NEVER – a deep dive through The Downward Spiral is available now!

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LISTEN – to the Soundtrack episode below!

https://audioboom.com/posts/7779657-episode-230-trent-reznor-atticus-ross-on-mank-soul-other-things

“Our latest guests on Soundtracking are a duo Edith’s been chasing since we started this podcast, so it’s an absolute thrill to finally lure them on.

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross burst onto the film-composing scene with their score for David Fincher’s The Social Network, for which they won an Oscar in 2010. The trio have since joined forces on The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and Gone Girl.

Trent and Atticus’s most recent work can be heard on Fincher’s Mank and Pete Docter’s Soul, which you can watch right now on Netflix and Disney + respectively.

The two films couldn’t be more different and had wildly contrasting musical requirements – which is testimony to the range of their talents.”

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Ushering in a new era of confessional music that spoke openly about experiences of trauma, depression, and self-loathing, Nine Inch Nails’ seminal album, The Downward Spiral, changed popular music forever – bringing transgressive themes of heresy, S&M, and body horror to the masses and taking music technology to its limits. Released in 1994, the album resonated across a generation, combining elements of metal, industrial, synth-pop, and ambient electronica, and going on to sell over four million copies.

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