Skwigly are very pleased to bring you our latest podcast special Animation Composed, a celebration of the harmonious relationship between music and animation. Settle in for over two hours of standout animation music selections and exclusive interviews with special guests.
In this podcast we speak with Norwegian multi-instrumental composer/performer John Erik Kaada (AKA Kaada) whose discography includes the solo releases Thank You For Giving Me Your Valuable Time, Music For Moviebikers and Junkyard Nostalgias as well as the Kaada/Patton albums Romances and this year’s Bacteria Cult. Kaada’s work as a composer for independent film scores recently extended into the world of animated shorts with The Absence of Eddy Table, directed by Rune Spaans.
We also meet Scot Stafford and Alexis Harte of Pollen Music Group, the songwriting organisation responsible for the music of the ongoing 360 VR filmmaking series Google Spotlight Stories, which includes the immersive film projects Duet, Windy Day, Buggy Night and Pearl.
Listen to the special below or over on Soundcloud (NB – this episode is streaming only):
•Phil Brookes – Theme from But Milk is Important
•Shane Holly – Coda (Excerpt 1)
•Kaada – The Absence of Eddy Table (trailer snippet)
•Thee Wreckers – No Place Like Home
•Happy Camper – Winnie & Otto (Otto)
•Tim & Puma Mimi – Dupi Dough (Ivan’s Need)
•Pollen Music Group – No Wrong Way Home (Pearl)
•Pollen Music Group – Les Brises (Windy Day)
•Happy Camper – The Accident (Otto)
•François-Xavier Paquin – Crazy Dance (Wackatdooo)
•Shane Holly – Coda (Excerpt 2)
•Pollen Music Group – Buggy Night (Excerpt)
•Pollen Music Group – Breathless (Duet)
•Phil Brookes – Theme from Three’s A Crowd
•Phil Brookes – The Outsider (But Milk is Important)
•Skillbard – Lovestreams
•Thee Wreckers – Splintertime
Presented by Ben Mitchell and Wez Allard
Produced and edited by Ben Mitchell