Fisher Picks Four: Television Scores Edition

As an aficionado for film and television scores, I always love checking out new offerings from talented and lesser-known composers.  Just as television has entered into a new Golden Age spurred by shows like Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones, television composers are also gaining widespread critical acclaim for their arresting and compelling scores.  In my mind, a…
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This is Just a Distraction

What a strange thing it is to be an American today. Sometimes we may feel as if we are literally dodging bullets while simultaneously posting fake jubilance to social media, attempting to appear happier than we really are. Yesterday, I shared to facebook a think-piece on North Korea and then about two hours later, a…
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TV Killed the Literary Star

The sophomore season of Donald Glover’s cult-favorite TV show Atlanta kicked off yesterday, continuing the story of Earnest “Earn” Marks and his struggle to make money (and sense) in an often absurd world. It’s likely one of Glover’s lesser-known works among his renaissance-man slate of music and acting—such as playing Lando Calrissian in an upcoming…
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Better Than The Book? A Series of Unfortunate Events

Netflix has tapped into the way the world is feeling about 2017, releasing a television adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s beloved A Series of Unfortunate Events this month. LPL’s resident Snicket fans Sarah and Fisher sat down to sort out their feelings about it— the good, the bad, and the extra unfortunate. Fisher: When did you first start reading A…
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