About the Author

Name: Daniel Schweiger

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Bio: DANIEL SCHWEIGER is the soundtrack editor of iFmagazine.com and Venice Magazine, where he writes about film composers and their music. His numerous liner notes can be found on such labels as Intrada, La La Land, Percepto and Perseverance Records.

Articles written by Daniel Schweiger

Interview with Timothy Williams

May 23, 2019

Sounding Superbad with a sinister twist on The Boy of Steel for “Brightburn”

May Soundtrack Picks

May 21, 2019

Soundtrack Picks: THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM is the top soundtrack to own for MAY, 2019

Audio: Interview with Leo Birenberg and Zach Robinson

April 24, 2019

Film music journalist Daniel Schweiger interviews COBRA KAI composers LEO BIRENBERG and ZACH ROBINSON, who bow before Bill Conti’s KARATE KID while putting a hip new musical kick into the continuing rivalry of COBRA KAI

Interview with Disasterpeace

April 17, 2019

After playing the retro horror of IT FOLLOWS and the morally conflicted action of TRIPLE FRONTIER a tone-shifting composer now channels the film noir to be found UNDER THE SILVER LAKE

Interview with Christopher Young

April 4, 2019

HELLRAISER’s master of old school horror scoring gets transformed by being re-buried in a PET SEMATARY

Interview with Michael Abels

March 25, 2019

“Get Out’s” composer takes a new musical trip downwards for the visceral terror and metaphoric fear of Jordan Peele’s US

Interview with Rob Simonsen

March 13, 2019

One of drama’s most creative composers ventures into the worlds of science fiction and superheroes with CAPTIVE STATE and FAST COLOR

More from this Author

Audio: Interview with Pinar Toprak

Film music journalist Daniel Schweiger interviews composer PINAR TOPRAK, the rising super heroic composer of TV’s KRYPTON who now hits the cinematic stratosphere and beyond with CAPTAIN MARVEL

February Soundtrack Picks

“HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON: THE HIDDEN WORLD” is the top soundtrack to own for FEBRUARY 2019

Interview with Joe Kraemer

Giving musical truth to a not-so tall tale with “The Man Who Killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot”