Episode Blogs

  When love and music collide, it all makes sense. In this episode, Nora Kroll-Rosenbaum joins Tara Joseph as they talk about finding a love who speaks the same language as you and working and living together. Nora is a Grammy Award-winning composer. Today, she shares her musical process and the joy of working and living with her wife who’s also a composer. Get to know some of the projects Nora has worked on and
FLM Walter | Unique Sonic Worlds
  If you’ve ever played video games like Call of Duty: Mobile with your speakers or headphones on mute, you would understand how much of a difference the score makes in your gaming experience. Whether you enjoy consuming films, TV shows or video games, someone behind the scene worked hard to create that unique sonic world for you. That is what Austrian-born composer, Walter Mair does and he excels at it. Working from London, Walter is an
    Breaking new musical acts involves a lot of hard work and orchestrating a global marketing campaign is key. Senior music executive Dion Singer did not think he would be doing this highly demanding job when he was a young boy growing up in South Africa during Apartheid. He only knew that he was passionate about his love for music. He stuck to that passion, and one thing led to another, and before long, found himself
  The composing process is an art that encompasses so much skill and so much talent.  Tara Joseph is joined on the show today by Halli Cauthery, an Emmy-nominated film and TV composer. He talks about how he creates his masterpieces and describes the process and the work that goes into it. He also introduces us to one of his latest works, Future Man, an original series for Hulu, co-created by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg
  Managing artists is all about understanding talent, taking some care, and helping them have a career rather than making some money quickly and moving on to the next one. Record company executive Bob Brimson was managing successful Brit pop bands for a little label that got bought by BMG and folded into Arista. Today, he shares his knowledge on touring, how to save a buck while touring, and how to guide young artists, and
  Tara Joseph sits down with award-winning LA based composer, Alexander Bornstein, to talk about his creative processes and projects. He takes us behind the scenes of scoring the upcoming Netflix Original Animated Series, ‘Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy – Siege,’ as well as his previous works with Ray Donovan, Doug Liman, and more. Pointing to the current COVID-19 pandemic we are all experiencing, Alexander then shares how he is adapting and adjusting in his work.
  With age come wisdom and sometimes, an almost infinite capacity for kindness towards other people. Having a career as a broadcaster for over two decades has shaped how renowned UK TV and radio presenter, writer and podcaster, Kate Thornton sees the world around her. Sitting down with Tara Joseph for a chat, she shares the lessons she has learned from her stellar career in print and broadcast journalism, her successful forays into podcasting and jewelry design,
  Jackson Greenberg, a Los Angeles based artist, composer, and producer, honed his craft working on such documentaries as AKA Jane Roe and the Emmy Award-winning Cartel Land, each time creating a whole new musical language that speaks to that particular story. He also famously composed the theme song for Netflix’s Explained series. Apart from composing for documentaries, Jackson spends his time composing and producing his original music through his own label, Voice Notes. Join us as he shares his
  Being an expert in what you do is challenging to achieve without having the drive and passion for what you are doing. Eric Kalver, music supervisor at Activision Blizzard Games, joins host Tara Joseph to talk about gaming and his experiences working  Activision Blizzard Games. Having grown up a gamer, Eric tells how being able to work with gaming and music is a total dream and has given him an avenue to express his passions. He
  Music, often described as food for the soul, when paired with amazing visuals can provide the best stories in life. It is something that people can relate to without the barriers of race, language, distance, and time. The Head of Soundtrack and Score for Global Classics and Jazz and Globe UK of Universal Music, Holly Adams, talks about the series of experiences she went through that led to her current position. She talks about how
  Today Tara Joseph chats to trailblazing leader, innovator and producer, Russell Emanuel, CEO, Chief Creative Officer and Co-Founder of Bleedings Fingers Music.  They discuss how it all began, his creative process and his incredible partnership with the incomparable Hans Zimmer. From scoring iconic shows like The Simpsons to the BBC’S and Sir David Attenborough’s Planet Earth II, Russell really is an all round mega talent and power house. Tune in to hear more! —
FLM Josh | Musical Theater
  When we pursue our dreams, we tend to make that move in our lives all for love. Someone who has done that for love and music is Josh Piterman, a well-established Australian musical theatre performer and classical crossover artist. In this episode, he joins host, Tara Joseph, to share with us his story—from starting his career and making his mark as Tony in the 2010 Australian production of West Side Story to now, where he

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