I have always loved film music; it can play a vital part of the emotional experience and engagement of a film, but is also just great to listen to in isolation as a wonderfully composed piece of music. In fact, the music can often elevate a film from feeling better than it actually is and rescue some shoddy screenwriting or directing. Though however, sometimes a wonderful score is completely wasted in the film it is in, and it is best just to listen to the album and forget about the film. Here are my five favourite scores of 2014 so far that I have been listening to on a very regular basis and I recommend them highly to all other lovers and appreciators of film music.
5. You and the Night – M83
After his epic score for the big budget Oblivion last year (which in my view was one…
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