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From the creators of the #1 documentary SCORE comes this award-winning podcast inviting you into the world of today's most beloved film composers and brilliant musical storytellers.

Craving MORE SCORE? Our bonus show is year round! Support and subscribe today on Patreon, our Apple Podcasts page, or on all other platforms here: https://anchor.fm/score/subscribe.

Score: The Podcast More Score

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8 • 375 Ratings

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From the creators of the #1 documentary SCORE comes this award-winning podcast inviting you into the world of today's most beloved film composers and brilliant musical storytellers.

Craving MORE SCORE? Our bonus show is year round! Support and subscribe today on Patreon, our Apple Podcasts page, or on all other platforms here: https://anchor.fm/score/subscribe.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Requires subscription and macOS 11.4 or higher

    More Score #52 | David Buckley (The Sandman)

    More Score #52 | David Buckley (The Sandman)

    Composer David Buckley talks about his Netflix hit THE SANDMAN out now, finding the surreal, melancholy sound of a dream world. Plus, David talks about his unique start in film scoring (as a choirboy singing in a Scorsese film, then “toilet roll” ads), and how that led him to Harry Gregson-Williams and John Powell (as well as Danny Elfman, Hans Zimmer and Rupert Gregson-Williams) and finding his own breakout hit films like JASON BOURNE and the recent hit NOBODY, plus his TV work on THE GOOD WIFE and THE GOOD FIGHT. Interviewed by Kenny Holmes and Matt Schrader on MORE SCORE.

    More Score #51 | Daniel Hart and director David Lowery (The Green Knight)

    More Score #51 | Daniel Hart and director David Lowery (The Green Knight)

    Composer Daniel Hart and director David Lowery talk about the upcoming World Soundtrack Awards in Ghent, their musical collaboration and workflow on THE GREEN KNIGHT and how they met, other projects currently in the works, and even vegan French fries. Interviewed by Robert Kraft, only on MORE SCORE.

    THEN: Around the 45:00 mark, Robert and Carol Kuswanto catch us up on the nominees for the World Soundtrack Awards, and what to look for in October!

    More Score #50 | The Emmys, Robbys, Kennys and Mattys

    More Score #50 | The Emmys, Robbys, Kennys and Mattys

    WHO WILL WIN? We predict and recap all the Emmy nominees and make our picks, ahead of Monday's EMMY AWARDS. Robert Kraft, Kenny Holmes and Matt Schrader only on More Score!

    More Score #49 | Dave Porter (Better Call Saul & Breaking Bad)

    More Score #49 | Dave Porter (Better Call Saul & Breaking Bad)

    Special episode of MORE SCORE on SCORE: THE PODCAST! (For year-round interviews like this one, and 49 bonus interviews to date, subscribe to our bonus show MORE SCORE using any of the links below.

    IN THIS EPISODE OF MORE SCORE: Dave Porter, the prolific composer of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, reflects on 15 years making what some (including Matt) consider to be the best television shows ever made. The bumps along the road, the phrases Dave hears in his head still from creator Vince Gilligan, whether the Breaking Bad universe is really over, and how his career’s future is in the hands of his TV family built over the last two decades. Interview by Kenny Holmes and Matt Schrader.

    MORE SCORE is a fan-supported show available on Patreon, Apple Podcast and Spotify. To support for $10/month and get full episodes from inside the film score world, use the links below:

    Apple (iOS 15+): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/score-the-podcast/id1357882784

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    Patreon: http://Patreon.com/MoreScore

    • 41 min
    More Score #48 | Rè Olunuga (Rise)

    More Score #48 | Rè Olunuga (Rise)

    Composer Rè Olunuga talks about composing in Lagos, Nigeria, and how that helped to inform the sound of the Disney+ film RISE, a biopic about NBA superstar Giannis Antetokounmpos. Olunuga talks about working to find the sound of RISE, his four rules of composing for film, and how one opportunity leads to the next. Interview by Kenny Holmes and Robert Kraft, only on MORE SCORE.

    More Score #47 | Anna Waronker

    More Score #47 | Anna Waronker

    Anna talks about her hit show Yellowjackets, her father Lenny’s legacy in music and at Warner Bros., Randy Newman’s generous coaching of her early music, and making music that you are passionate about. Interview by Robert Kraft on More Score!

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
375 Ratings

375 Ratings

luvazoo ,

My favorite podcast!!

I stumbled into this podcast, and it has quickly become my favorite!! I am a fan of movie scores, and each episode has intrigued me, even when I am not at all familiar with the episode guest. Every guest has a unique story, background and perspective, and the show hosts bring it all to the air. I cherry picked episodes at first—now I am going back and catching up on all seasons, not skipping a single one!!
Keep up the great show!!

dfigs515 ,

“More” Score?

I used to really enjoy this podcast. But they’ve completely abandoned it in favor of the paid version “More Score.” It feels weird to have something called More Score when the actual Score podcast doesn’t exist anymore. I hope they go back to producing episodes of Score The Podcast and turn More Score back to the thing it was intended to be - bonus material and additional interviews to supplement the free podcast.

Duane T ,

Disappointed Huge Fan with Hope

I am a huge fan of the show for sure. The guests are amazing. I’ve mostly enjoyed the hosts when they dive deep into the heads, processes and passions that help us understand the people behind the music, their personal and professional lives, inspirations, gear, and studio life. However, since we are now paying for this podcast, there seems to be less and less each month in regards to the rich content that they once offered, both in frequency and length. Also, they may have pioneered this topic very well, including the awesome documentary, but now there are many great podcast out there discussing this very topic with a variety of composers from all genres and disciplines, including many successful indie composers. Not a fan of paying for less. I hope they go back to more substance that paved the way for this format. I don’t write many reviews, but because I loved this show so much, I feel it was necessary before canceling my subscription or at least pausing to make room for some of the other great podcasts out there.

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