Composer Ben Lovett joins for an All Access discussion that takes us into his musical world! We chat about how Ben got into music, what the pivot point was to start scoring films, and how he works with directors on projects. We also dive into his score for Hellraiser directed by long-time collaborator David Bruckner. Hear Ben talk about his approach, his respect and research for the original novel and original film adaptation, honoring Christopher Young's score, putting his own voice into this adaption, and much more! A Film.Music.Media Interview | Produced & Presented by Kaya Savas
On this Devil's Night, who better to raise a little hell with than my latest guest: Ben Lovett. Ben and I primarily talk about his latest score, Hellraiser, which is a reimagining/remake of Clive Barker's original novella The Hellbound Heart. As part of that discussion, we cover (among other things), Ben's utilization of Chris Young's themes for the original film, making the score something uniquely his own, and dealing with the pressure (and external criticism) that comes with working on such a big, beloved (sometimes) franchise. Hellraiser is currently streaming on Hulu, while Ben's score (and much of the rest of his music) is widely available physically and digitally, including on Ben's bandcamp. In addition, Mondo is releasing a limited edition (2,000 copies) vinyl in connection with Lakeshore Records and Death Waltz Recording.
Imagine a world where pain and pleasure are one and the same, where hellish delights await those who crave the extremities of sensation. That's the philosophical underpinning behind Clive Barker's Hellraiser series, one of horror's most long-running and iconic franchises, centering around the poor unfortunate souls who come across the Lamarchand Box, a mysterious puzzle box which -- when opened -- unleashes the Cenobites, a cabal of deformed hedonists riding the razor's edge of sadomasochistic experience. It's a series that's run across eleven films over thirty-plus years, the latest being a radical reimagining courtesy of The Night House and Relative director David Bruckner. This time, series icon Pinhead is reimagined as a "dark priest" played by Sense8's Jamie Clayton, who soon haunts a recovering addict named Riley (Odessa A'zion), who crosses paths with the Lamarchand Box after her brother goes missing. It's a film filled with grim delights and no small amount of squicky body horror, as our characters learn firsthand what happens when otherworldly forces conspire to tear your soul apart. Just as the Cenobites explore the curious intersections between blood and beauty, so does Bruckner's regular composer, Ben Lovett, experiment with different configurations of his musical puzzle box. In addition to his distinctive use of electronic elements and discordant, warped instrumentation, he finds ways to weave in Christopher Young's classic theme from the 1991 original, tying it to Hellraisers of the past while cementing Bruckner's version as its own unique beast. Now, Ben and I talk about his score to Hellraiser, his collaboration with David Bruckner, and much more (alongside commentary tracks from the score). You can find Ben Lovett at his official website here. Hellraiser is currently streaming on Hulu. You can also listen to the score on your preferred music streaming service courtesy of Lakeshore Records.
The Vehlinggo Podcast, Ep. 6-2: Feat. Hellraiser's Ben Lovett
The Vehlinggo Podcast
Ben Lovett, composer for the new Hellraiser film, joins the podcast to discuss his score and partnership with director David Bruckner, and more. Also, Aaron ends up scared in the woods and plays new music by Fawn (former Chromatics/Glass Candy members) and Mecha Maiko.
Best of Spot Lyte On - Ben Lovett - Mumford and Sons
Ben Lovett is a true multi-hyphenate. A founding member of Mumford & Sons, Ben sings, plays keyboards and drums, writes and produces music. He develops venues and promotes shows. He owns a record label, music publishing, is a restaurateur, activist, philanthropist and all-around interested and engaged human being. Ben visited Lyte’s offices in 2019 for a conversation with our team about all of his varied pursuits - on stage and off.Learn more about Lyte. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week we recap the Panthers loss, chat to Souths rookie Ben Lovett, feature former Rabbitoh Paul Mellor & preview the Roosters clash.https://rabbitohsradio.com.au/2021/08/21/ben-lovett-paul-mellor-the-roosters/#RabbitohsRadio
Ben Lovett discusses scoring The Wolf of Snow Hollow. Ben Lovett is interviewed by Gene Priest, who’s guest-hosting Lakeshore Records’ On Cue With… podcast. Lovett’s discussing his awesome Hermannesque score for Thunder Road director Jim Cummings’ The Wolf of Snow Hollow — both the film and Lakeshore’s digital soundtrack album release are out now. Take a listen to this chat between Priest (Skeleton Beach) and Lovett. About The Wolf of Snow Hollow A small mountain town finds itself in a grip of terror when people discover dead bodies after each full moon. John Marshall (Jim Cummings) is a local cop who, amid sleepless nights, raising his teenage daughter (Chloe East), and caring for his ailing father, must remind himself there’s really no such thing as werewolves. Right? (One note: Robert Forster plays Sheriff Hadley in what became his last role before his death in October 2019.) Check out the soundtrack on platforms such as Spotify. The album is released by Lakeshore Records, which in addition to releasing Lovett’s and Valen’s haunting “Little Red Riding Hood” cover from Snow Hollow, has also released soundtracks to Drive, Mr. Robot, Stranger Things, The Old Guard, I Am Not Your Negro, and Halt and Catch Fire, among so many others. SUBSCRIBE, SHARE & FOLLOW US! http://soundtracksscoresandmore.com http://www.facebook.com/LakeshoreRecords http://www.twitter.com/LakeshoreRecs http://www.instagram.com/LakeshoreRec... http://www.LakeshoreRecords.com
213. Research-based Testing Accommodations With Dr. Ben Lovett (Replay)
The Testing Psychologist Podcast
Dr. Ben Lovett is back and talking all about his book, Testing Accommodations for Students with Disabilities. He has a stellar command of the research in this field from having done it himself and reviewed so much of it while writing the book. The post 213. Research-based Testing Accommodations With Dr. Ben Lovett (Replay) appeared first on The Testing Psychologist.
My firstminute with Roelof Botha (Sequoia Capital) & Ben Lovett (Mumford & Sons, Venue Group, Communion))
My firstminute is a series of informal talks with global leaders sharing stories about the earliest days of their career, how they overcame some of their toughest challenges, and how they now enjoy supporting the next generation. A very special edition of My firstminute with a sparkling double act: Sequoia investor extraordinaire, Roelof Botha, known for his investments into Instagram, YouTube, MongoDB, Unity, Eventbrite, Square, 23andMe, Bird, Evernote, BridgeBio and many more; alongside Grammy Award-winning musician, producer, and two-time entrepreneur, Ben Lovett.