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16 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Daniel Pemberton. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Daniel Pemberton, often where they are interviewed.

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16 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Daniel Pemberton. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Daniel Pemberton, often where they are interviewed.

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Ep 27: Enola Holmes - retrospectiva Daniel Pemberton

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Um episódio especial em tempos de pandemia, ou seja, um episódio normal! Neste programa, a trilha clássica e simpática que Daniel Pemberton fez para Enola Holmes, a aventura adolescente com a irmã do Sherlock. Depois, uma retrospectiva do compositor, um talentoso nome da nova geração. (38:45)

Sep 28 2020 · 1hr 39mins
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#7 | Daniel Pemberton doesn't play by the rules

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Robert and Kenny begin the show joined by Blockbuster podcast creator Matt Schrader, discussing the brand new season profiling director James Cameron. The team discusses the major changes the to the theatrical release schedule including blockbuster films Tenet, WW84, No Time To Die and Top Gun: Maverick and what all of this could mean for the future of movie theaters. Then, Kenny checks Score: The Mailbox with a question for Robert about his favorite memory of working with the late maestro James Horner.

Later, Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated composer Daniel Pemberton joins from London to explain how his early love for electronic music found him scoring a TV series while still going to school. Pemberton shares his stories of working on his first big film with director Ridley Scott, a chance run in with director Danny Boyle while riding his bike through London, experimenting on his scores for films like Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse, Steve Jobs and Yesterday, and why he believes there is no such thing as bad music.

This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio.

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Executive Producer: Matt Schrader
Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto

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Jun 17 2020 · 1hr 44mins

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Rex Crowle & Daniel Pemberton

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Hope you're all staying safe out there! This month's fantastic episode has Rex (co-founder and creative director of Foam Sword Ltd, which recently released its first game Knights and Bikes. He was also the creative lead of Tearaway, a production designer on LittleBigPlanet 1 and 2, and the senior graphic designer on The Movies) and Daniel (composer of such games as The Movies, LittleBigPlanet 1 & 2, Knights and Bikes, and has also composed for film & TV on titles including The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Steve Jobs, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and more) joining us to talk about running into Peter Molyneux in the toilet at a conference in Spain, Guildford being the Hollywood of the games industry, whether their collaborative process has changed over the years, how early they started working together on Knights and Bikes, what they wanted to accomplish with the music, throwing stuff away, if people undervalue the storytelling potential of music in games, memorable pieces of nonverbal storytelling, the best and worst they've ever been treated on a job, not knowing what you're doing, and a whole lot more!

Our Guests on the Internet

Rex's Twitter, and here's the official site for Knights and Bikes

Daniel's Twitter

Stuff We Talked About

Populous II: Trials of the Olympian Gods

I Wanna Ride My Bike (From the Videogame 'Knights And Bikes') by the Daniel Pemberton TV Orchestra

We Are the Best!

Daniel Pemberton Interview


Once Upon a Time in the West

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Our theme music was created by Isabella Ness, and our logo was created by Lily Nishita.

Jun 15 2020 · 55mins
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Daniel Pemberton

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Daniel Pemberton joins Anthony to discuss his career and work on the new film 'Motherless Brooklyn'. Produced by David Janove

Nov 25 2019 · 45mins
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Special Guest - Daniel Pemberton

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Welcome to episode of Off The Beat & Track Podcast with me Stu Whiffen.

This episodes special guest is Film Score composer, 2 time Golden Globe Nominee and smashing chap Daniel Pemberton

I met with Daniel at WeWork in East London and he came armed with a bag of tunes containing 7 fantastic records each which have sound tracked his life to date and we go in on that journey discussing growing up, youth cultures, art, films, synths, clubbing and so much more

Daniel Pemberton is an Ivor Novello–winningmulti Golden Globe and BAFTA Award-nominated composer who has regularly been cited as one of the most exciting and original new voices working in modern film scoring today.

Daniel’s song, performed by Iggy Pop, from his score for the film Gold, starring Matthew McConaughey, was nominated for a 2017 Golden Globe Award – Best Original SongThe previous year he was nominated for Golden Globe Award – Best Original Score for Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs, starring Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet.

Drawing on a richly diverse set of influences, from English folk to hip-hop; nordic metal to musique concrete; Daniel’s score to Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword is a showcase of a composer unafraid to take risks and revel in pushing the boundaries of modern film scoring. His previous collaboration with Ritchie on The Man from U.N.C.L.E. was widely critically lauded for its bold writing and innovative arrangements earning him – alongside the features Steve Jobs and the Cannes Palm D’Or nominee Mal De Pierres – a nomination for Film Composer of the Year at the 2016 World Soundtrack Awards. He was previously honoured as Discovery of The Year at the World Soundtrack Awards in 2014 for his work on The Counselor as well as the features BloodIn Fear, and Cuban Fury

Recent scores include the Richard Curtis-penned Danny Boyle-directed YesterdaySpider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, Warner Bros’ Ocean’s Eight, and The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance for Netflix.

Having worked in British television for over two decades on countless Emmy and BAFTA Award-winning dramas and documentaries (such as Peep ShowComplicitUpstairs DownstairsDirk GentlyPreySpace Dive,OccupationDesperate Romantics and Hiroshima) his big break into feature films came after Ridley Scott was so impressed with Daniel’s debut film score in 2011 for the period supernatural thriller The Awakening that he hired the him to score his feature The Counselor. The pair collaborated again on Scott’s first directorial foray into television, The Vatican, on the Watergate thriller Felt, produced by Scott, directed by Peter Landesman and starring Liam Neeson, and on All The Money In The World, starring Mark Wahlberg.

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Aug 15 2019 · 1hr 24mins
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Daniel Pemberton

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Matthew Sweet meets the British composer Daniel Pemberton who started writing documentary scores aged 17. He's since collaborated with Ridley Scott on The Counselor, Guy Ritchie on The Man from U.N.C.L.E, and Danny Boyle on his Steve Jobs biopic and the newly released Yesterday, for which he wrote original music and Beatles arrangements.

He talks to Matthew about changing his score to All the Money in the World when Kevin Spacey was replaced by Christopher Plummer, manipulating elephant noises through EMS synthesizers in Somerset, and taking inspiration from 'the sound of capitalism' - the famous New York Stock Exchange Bell.
Jun 29 2019 · 32mins
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'Yesterday' - Daniel Pemberton

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On this week's episode, Carolyn meets with composer Daniel Pemberton to discuss his work on Danny Boyle's latest film, 'Yesterday'. Pemberton shares his experiences of emulating the Beatles through his original score, and the challenges of reinterpreting some of the Fab Four's most legendary songs for the film.

In this podcast series, Carolyn Giardina, Tech Editor for The Hollywood Reporter, extends her coverage of the filmmaking crafts. She will be talking with the cinematographers, editors, production designers, composers, visual effects supervisors, and other leading artists that bring the magic of motion pictures to theaters. Subscribe now to receive episodes of this inspired new series that shines a light on the artists that spend most of their time behind the screen.

Hosted by: Carolyn Giardina
Produced by: Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham

Jun 28 2019 · 33mins
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26: Into the Spider-Verse - Daniel Pemberton

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Marc and Landon swing into an alternate reality talking about Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. They discuss the web of legalities around the Spider-Man intellectual property, Sony’s unique animation, score, and production of the new innovative hit. Find out more at AkiyamaMusic.com.

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Dec 28 2018 · 55mins
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Daniel Pemberton - Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse

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Daniel Pemberton is an Ivor Novello winning and multi-BAFTA nominated composer who has credits include: Danny Boyle's (Steve Jobs), Ridley Scott's (All The Money In The World, The Counsellor), Aaron Sorkin's (Molly’s Game), Darren Aronofsky's (One Strange Rock), Ocean’s 8, Guy Ritchie's (The Man From UNCLE) and, in episode 1 of The Annotator he opened up his score for Ritche’s “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword”. Pemberton’s most recent score is for the feature film SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE.

Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the creative minds behind The Lego Movie and 21 Jump Street, bring their unique talents to a fresh vision of a different Spider-Man Universe, with a groundbreaking visual style. Spider-Man™: Into the Spider-Verse introduces Brooklyn teen Miles Morales, and the limitless possibilities of the Spider-Verse, where more than one can wear the mask. The film features the voices of Shameik Moore, Jake Johnson, Hailee Steinfeld, Mahershala Ali, Brian Tyree Henry, Lily Tomlin, Luna Lauren Velez, Zoë Kravitz, John Mulaney, Kimiko Glenn with Nicolas Cage, Kathryn Hahn and Liev Schreiber.

In this episode, Daniel Pemberton unties his musical web of themes; instruments and "Technics" he used for Into the Spider-Verse. He dives deep into his unique utilization of the hip-hop staple of record-scratching, where HE employs Londoner DJ Blakey and his multifaceted scratching abilities in a multi-layered recording process that may also be a first. He also talks about writing this score both in London but also, due to the ongoing collaborative nature of the project, in Los Angeles. There, he found himself in a small bit of space in the Sony Animation studio, from where he would complete the score as the production period of the film wound to a close.


02:04 - "Into the Spider-verse"

05:08 - "Only One Spider-Man"

10:01 - "Visions Brooklyn"

12:00 - "Catch the S Train"

14:25 - "Aunt May and Spider Shed"

18:33 - "Spider-Man Loves You"


The original score was released by Sony Music on 12/17/18 both digitally and on CD. You can find it on Amazon.com, iTunes, and streaming on Spotify and Apple Music.


You can find out more about and hear more music by Daniel Pemberton at his official site http://danielpemberton.com or follow him on Twitter @DanielPemberton


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Dec 18 2018 · 22mins
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Soundtracking Special In Association With Fender: Guitar Music At The Movies With Kle Savidge & Daniel Pemberton

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In recent weeks, we've been asking for suggestions for your favourite example of guitar-playing in film with a view to winning a Fender from their new Player Series range.

As you might imagine, we've been inundated - receiving shouts for everything from Morricone to The Blues Brothers and Wayne's World.

For this bonus episode, we invited composer Daniel Pemberton and music supervisor Kle Savidge to judge the winning entries. Hopefully, you'll appreciate the magnificent trio of cues & scores which came out of the hat.

Thanks to Fender for providing guitars from their Player Series range to our competition winners.

Dec 12 2018 · 26mins