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Welcome to "comPOSERS: The Movie Score Podcast", where three aging, out of shape musician friends of dubious talent use a popular medium to talk about film scores and the films they're in, while making fun of one another and occasionally having movie-themed drinks.

Our goal is to find the perfect movie score, and our journey takes us some really weird places. Join us on this bizarre musical trek to...somewhere?

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Next Sunday's Episode: THE SHAPE OF WATER
Composed by Alexandre Desplat

Jan 16, 2022

WELCOME BACK! After a longer vacation than we'd planned, we have triumphantly(?) returned to bring you a movie we were going to do way back in Series 6. It...may not have been worth the wait — for the movie or our show. 

Join us as we travel to space Egypt to complete our David Arnold hat trick with the terrific...


HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM THE COMPOSERS

Jan 9, 2022

So as some of you may have noticed, last year was a goddamned trash fire. Again. We love putting this show together, but it turns out after such a year we needed a longer break than we expected, so there's no main show today. Way to break a leg out of the starting gate!

We will 100 percent be back next week to finally...


Dec 19, 2021

That's right, listeners! To close out Series 9 and this motherfucker of a year, we've combined a Christmas classic with a guest and a game, which can only mean one thing: it's the combination final episode and Series 9 Retrospective! Nobody listens to them when we do them as separate episodes, so now's your chance....


Dec 12, 2021

Ho ho ho, film nerds! Christmas with the comPOSERS continues this week with the first-ever Netflix Original animated feature. Join us as we learn about the spirit of the season from the most terrifying Santa ever — JK Simmons! It's Klaus, with music by Alfonso Gonzales...


Dec 5, 2021

The holiday season is upon us! And in true comPOSERS fashion, rather than covering a beloved Christmas film, we're covering...whatever this is. Enjoy, if you can, our foray into John Debney's derivative score to the latest installment in the Home Alone franchise. Ho ho ho, we guess?