December 8, 2013
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Glass Eye Pal Jeff Grace called out on Badass Digest

From BadassDigest.com:

“Jeff Grace got his start providing various music services for Howard Shore including music preparation, producing, and editing. In 2005 his debut feature film score The Roost (2005) established an enduring relationship with indie-darling director Ti West which continues to this day. It’s a score of uncompromising creativity harnessing the unique sound qualities of chamber strings and a superlative example of “less-is-more” precision scoring…”

Check out more of Jeff Grace’s Badass Digest write-up here and see the entire list of composers at BadassDigest.com.

June 19, 2013
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Film Music Mag on BENEATH Soundtrack

From FilmMusicMag.com:
Probably the wackiest, and perhaps creepiest musical-design treatment that a mega-piranha has yet gotten, “Beneath” uses teeth-scraping metallic effects and berserk buzzing, so much so that the score’s subject feels like it’s about a swarm of killer bees. There’s much cleverness to be had with a solitary rowboat of fresh young meat, from country-jazz to the real, chilling deal of a solo violin and off-kilter strings that capture the seemingly placid water. Sword’s score floats effectively on Graham Reznick’s   Continue Reading »