BioShock Infinite is getting a 95 on Metacritic which is spectacular! Congrats to the whole team that worked on this amazing game Here are three new interviews I did on my work scoring Bioshock Infinite:uproxx.com | gamespot.com | forbes.com
Here’s a video interview on my BioShock music for the entire series, courtesy of GameTrailers.com GameTrailers
Emily Reese of Minnesota Public Radio interviewed me and it is available online here.
Four recent reviews of my scores for Dante’s Inferno and BioShock: Square Enix Music The score for BioShock marks one of the most satisfying matches of narrative and musical accompaniment in game history: the music successfully mirrors the game’s period setting, its location, its habitants, and its ambiguous history and what remains of it. Hitting all these marks, while producing …
I did an interview with Annette Gonzalez of GameInformer . Much thanks to Annette for a great article!
Today there is a nice article about game composers in Variety, which I was grateful to be a part of.
Check out this interview with me on Soundtrack.net about the score to Destroy All Humans: Path of the Furon!
Today there was a front-page story in the LA Times about video game music that I feature prominently in. I am very grateful to the reporter, Alex Pham of the LA Times, who took so much time to work on this piece.
The Scifi Channel rarely reviews game scores, but they have reviewed my score for BioShock, saying: “Remarkable and remarkably good, the music for Bioshock is a feast for the musical connoisseur.”
Music Mania “The result is an amazingly crafted and resoundingly effective score that mimics, pays tribute to, and re-energizes the inventive clarity of 1960s horror scoring. There is still plenty of the 1950s style that defined the first DAH gamescore, but DAH2 is a little more progressive in its musical palette. and pervasive chords rage in colorful battle while other …
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