shows // Vinyl Cut
The Vinyl Cut brings you a monthly melange of soundtrack and movie-related music, lovingly collected and delivered by uniquely informative film-fan-muso geeks Dave Gillies and Anthony O'Donnell. Produced by Chris Nelms.
Expect a heady mix of true soundtrack classics, obscure-but-fantastic movie cuts, outlandish crossover efforts and movie-related tunes we just love, dammit!
lucky episode 13
The rules are going out with the window this month at the Vinyl Cut, with a real mixed bag of disparate picks spewed direct from the 'curious' brains of Dave and Anth!
We're not straying too far from the formula, though, so you can expect the usual mishmash of legitimate soundtrack music, killer songs from movies and forgotten classics of the silver screen, including contributions from Danny Elfman, Christopher Young, Joe Esposito and even a track featuring voodoo-soaked Brazilian horror director Coffin Joe himself!
Also this month, a special edition of TV Quick with an emphasis on spy/espionage TV shows. Be seeing you!
Posted at 18:47, 28th January 2012
Featuring something old from Mr Carpenter, something new from Mr Shatner, a rule-bending duo of tunes from the world of computer gaming and more unhailed classics from Anth's worryingly extensive DVD collection. Also bringing you back to the past with two truly iconic themes from this month's Vinyl Cut Pro, Alan Silvestri!
Posted at 02:20, 11th November 2011
the show that almost wasn't, but then was
A bumper batch of picks this month taking in musical spies, Japanese prog rock, some top pop choices from Anthony and three tracks from this month's Vinyl Cut Pro, Hans Zimmer. Also debuting a new feature, TV Quick!
Posted at 12:38, 17th October 2011
the vinyl cut presents: back from holiday
Kicking off season 2 with an 80s Euro-tour of would-be movie soundtrack classics, a rare musical gem from the Twelve Tasks of Asterix, and a double bill from this month's 'Vinyl Cut Pro', Mr John Williams himself!
All this and more, available now on Subcity.org!
Posted at 22:10, 18th September 2011