Hosted by composers William Dodson, Wendell Jones, Jesi Nelson, and Xander Stobbs -this podcast provides unique insight into the soundtracks we love, and why we love them.
Track Swap #23 – Museums and Engine Drivers
Josh from Film Score And More is once again Lasses guest on Track Swap. This time, they talk about scores for family adventure movies, one from America by Alan Silvestri and one from Germany by Ralf Wengenmayr.
Track Swap #22 – One Sound to Rule Them All
Edmund Meinerts returns to Track Swap. This time, him and Lasse focus on Video Game adaptations based on the works of Tolkien. How do those scores compare to the Howard Shore masterpieces? Tune in and find out!
Track Swap Special – Earth by Marcel Barsotti
On the newest Track Swap Special, Lasse introduces EARTH, the most recent and this time fully electronic album by composer Marcel Barsotti, available for purchase and streaming pretty much everywhere from March 28th on. https://www.marcelbarsotti.com/en/earth-das-neue-album/
Track Swap #21 – Heroes in the Dark
This time, the guest on Track Swap is German composer Christoph Zirngibl. The topic of the day: Superheroes! Christoph brought an often overlooked score by a true master, while Lasse took the chance and picked a track by a female composer! Can you guess what their choices are? Link: https://christophzirngibl.com/
Track Swap #20 – Gods and Robbers
On this year’s first regular episode of Track Swap, Edmund Meinerts joins Lasse as a guest. One of them brought a Video Game Score, while the other chose some music from an 80’s Family Fantasy Film.
Track Swap Special – Favorite Scores of 2021
Welcome back to Track Swap! Lasse Vogt is counting down his favorite scores of the previous year – nothing more, nothing less! Are some of your favorites among his choices? Were you familiar with all of them or did you discover something new? Tune in, sit back and enjoy some very entertaining recommendations by your […]
Fantastic podcast. I love the Main Street monologue especially the Blu-ray and Halloween movie and music episodes.
I don’t listen to podcasts, but ever since my daughter introduced me to this, I have been listening since. There is a certain something about this team and what they put out there reflects on how well they work together, their creativity, and their talents. Well done! You guys are simply amazing!
A MUST listen!
I’m seeing a lot of “listen if you love” which is a given, however, what sets these guys apart from any other podcast is not just their knowledge and passion for music and film, but their chemistry. Some podcasts are knowledgeable but, painful to listen to. These guys all bring something different to the table and it keeps you engaged. That’s what sets Sideshow Sound Theater apart.