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Small excerpt from Badalamenti's new S3 score in EW podcast preview

Posted: Sat Mar 25, 2017 5:52 am
by FrostedCherries
So it seems like Entertainment Weekly has really set off a marketing campaign appealing to all our senses! Now we're apparently getting a first clip of some genuine new music in the background of this new EW TP podcast preview:

http://ew.com/podcasts/2017/03/24/twin- ... e-podcast/

Listen closely, what starts out as the "Dance of the Dream Man" as we know it slowly evolves into a new variation with a haunting new melody element superimposed. I have to say, this gives me all the right vibes, familiar tunes with a fresh new twist merging into a slightly different atmosphere, but so totally Peaksy ... just what I wish what we'll get for the entirety of S3!

Re: Small excerpt from Badalamenti's new S3 score in EW podcast preview

Posted: Sat Mar 25, 2017 7:30 am
by Rainwater
..and why do you think it's from the score, exactly?

Re: Small excerpt from Badalamenti's new S3 score in EW podcast preview

Posted: Sat Mar 25, 2017 11:32 am
by FrostedCherries
It's just that I couldn't place it anywhere within the body of music I know from the original series and the podcast is about the new one. So unless this is from the back catalogue of unreleased old pieces ... Anyone out there with a different idea? I'll admit that I probably should have added a question mark to the subject at this stage.

Re: Small excerpt from Badalamenti's new S3 score in EW podcast preview

Posted: Sun Mar 26, 2017 1:16 pm
by qbin2001
FrostedCherries wrote:It's just that I couldn't place it anywhere within the body of music I know from the original series and the podcast is about the new one. So unless this is from the back catalogue of unreleased old pieces ... Anyone out there with a different idea? I'll admit that I probably should have added a question mark to the subject at this stage.


Probably just stock music...

Re: Small excerpt from Badalamenti's new S3 score in EW podcast preview

Posted: Sun Apr 02, 2017 2:07 pm
by Soolsma
Doesn't sound like Badalamenti to me..

More like Peaksy stock music indeed