Stream Music For Serial, a playlist by Nick Thorburn from desktop or your mobile device. Music for the acclaimed new podcast, SERIAL, from the creators of This American Life. 1. 01 Bad Dream (the Theme).
Music composed for the podcast SERIAL, from the creators of This American Life. Artwork has the title Original Music from SERIAL. Download file and page has Music from SERIAL. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat. MANQUÉ 002. Nick Thorburn. Music From Serial (12", Album, Ltd).
Noisey: How did your work on Serial come about? Nick Thorburn: Rappers and comedians. It started like this. I was at a BBQ on El-P’s roof in Brooklyn, and he introduced me to his friend, Jane Marie, a supervising producer at This American Life. The entire movie for Drive kinda felt like a theme song. That whole movie felt like I was listening to an album. Not a music video, but like the movie was in service of the music. Superman is obviously a great theme. Did you guys have any idea the program, and the music, would resonate as it has? I even saw a mash-up of the Serial music and a Miley Cyrus song over at Funny or Die, which is not a common fate for radio themes. I didn’t tell my manager when I got the job. I just did it, in my apartment, over a weekend and handed it in.
Nick Thorburn composed the theme song and contributed to the score. In 2003, Nick started the Unicorns and released their first full-length album to critical praise. He went on to form Islands, who have released five albums and played festivals including Coachella, Primavera Sound, and La Route du Rock. Nick has also released two solo records (as Nick Diamonds) and a variety of collaborations, and composes scores for film and television. Fritz has composed music for directors Zach Clark, Kern Saxton, Leah Shore, and others. He also works as a music mixer and producer. Additional scoring by Mark Henry Phillips
Listen to music from Nick Thorburn like Bowe Two (theme), Bowe Four & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Nick Thorburn. Nick Thorburn is the creative force behind both The Unicorns and Islands, the latter having released five albums and played festivals from Coachella to Primavera Sounds and La Route Du Rock. Nick has also released a solo record and a variety of collaborations, and composes scores for film and television. In 2014 he contributed the theme and various incidental pieces for the popular podcast Serial.
zomg serial's back Dec. 10, 2015. Serial’ Composer Nick Thorburn on Season Two’s Ambient Sound and the Future of Islands. By Lauretta Charlton. Photo: Serial, Getty Images. in a prisoner exchange. The mood of the story is much different from that of season one, and Nick Thorburn - the . . I heard the first episode and made a library of music based on what I got from the first episode.
Thorburn has made an album with Honus Honus (also known as Ryan Kattner) of the band Man Man: "One thing that has been floated around is Honus Honus from Man Man and I making a record in a new (sub)genre we are developing, called Doom Wop, which is essentially low frequency, and extremely slowed down music atop traditional doo wop harmonies. Music from SERIAL (2014). City of Quartz as Nick Diamonds (2015). Should I Remain Here, At Sea? as Islands (2016).
Serial Season Two. Music from Serial - Nick Thorburn.
Serial takes listeners week by week through a nonfiction story that unfolds over the course of a season