Headphone Commute’s Best of 2013 : Music For The Film Behind Closed Eyelids

01Jan14


10 Responses to “Headphone Commute’s Best of 2013 : Music For The Film Behind Closed Eyelids”

  1. 1 Nocturnal Ghost

    Oops, just now saw your comment about the Broadchurch soundtrack…

    and I was thinking I’m providing you new info, silly me…, should have known better : – )

  2. I’m currently following a TV series called Broadchurch. Really good so far.
    Already during the first episode I felt that the soundtrack has a familiar scent. Then, in the ending credits I saw that Ólafur Arnalds is responsible for the music. Really hope that soundtrack will get a physical release at some point.

    Another release I think could fit in here is Úlfur – ‘White Mountain’ (Western Vinyl).

  3. 3 Antonio

    Yeah, I also missed Steven Price’s ‘Gravity’. But ‘Tomorrow’s Harvest’, ‘Stoker’ and ‘For now I am winter’ are on my own list of 2013’s best. We’ll see if we have more in common in the next lists.

    By the way, congratulations for your site.

    • There will be plenty more ;)

  4. 5 Saimonse

    Great selection – as always ! I miss only one album in the statement :

    Steven Price – Gravity !

    • Yes! It was hard to pick the top!!! There were a few other runner ups, like Jon Hopkins’ “How I Live Now” OST, another soundtrack by Max Richter “The Last Days On Mars”, oh… and have you heard “Valhalla Rising” by Peter Peter & Peter Kyed?

      • I loved “The Congress” by Max Richter more than both Disconnect and Last Days from Mars. But we are talking about the excellence in OST making :)

        • Ólafur Arnalds also released a soundtrack for “Broadchurch” on Mercury Classics in 2013 and Clint Mansell had another score for “Filth”!

  5. 9 Kenny

    Wow ! what a way to start off 2014, just listened to Apparat’s Krieg Und Frieden, it is stunningly beautiful, atmospheric, emotional, a masterpiece, thanks for turning me on to this, and thanks for all the marvelous work you have put in over these past 6 years, a lot of what i have discovered in the field of quality music has been down to you, cheers and all the best for the new year !

    • Thank you, Kenny! Yes, Apparat’s Music For Theater came out of nowhere and completely blew me away! Glad you enjoyed!!!



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