Geektown Behind The Scenes Podcast 09: Composer Rob Cairns Interview – ‘Love, Death & Robots’, ‘The Bachelor’, ‘Dallas’

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26 Mar 20

Geektown Behind The Scenes Podcast 09: Composer Rob Cairns Interview – ‘Love, Death & Robots’, ‘The Bachelor’, ‘Dallas’

In the latest Geektown Behind The Scenes Podcast, we chat with Composer Rob Cairns, who has worked across a whole range of tv shows, but most recently was the man behind the music for brilliant Netflix animated anthology series ‘Love, Death & Robots’.

Rob has an eclectic body of work ranges from lengthy feature film and multi-season episodic television scores to short, impactful main titles, commercials and brand identities. His knowledge, skill and highly collaborative process has made him a highly valued creative partner on projects including ‘The Bachelor’, ‘Dallas’, ‘Love, Death and Robots’ and a host of cinematic shorts for video games such as ‘Star Wars: KOTOR’, ‘Elder Scrolls Online’, and ‘Halo Wars II’.

As a producer and arranger, Rob’s album work has been featured in Stephen Soderberg’s ‘Magic Mike’, the Eva Mendes-starring ‘Girl In Progress’, and tv shows such as ‘Girlfriend’s Guide To Divorce’, ‘Suburgatory’, and ‘Ringer’. Rob produced and arranged an updated cover of the classic “Bang Bang (my baby shot me down)” for the ‘Titanfall II’ cinematic trailer as well as creating a multi-genre mashup of Norman Greenbaum’s “Spirit In The Sky” for the ‘Lawbreakers’ cinematic trailer.

‘Love, Death & Robots’ is a collection of animated short stories that span the science fiction, fantasy, horror and comedy genres. With a bold approach to each story’s narrative, episodes are intended to be easy to watch and hard to forget. Executive produced by David Fincher, Tim Miller, Jennifer Miller and Josh Donen, the series brings together world-class animation creators and captivating stories for the first anthology of short animated stories guaranteed to deliver a unique and visceral viewing experience.

Geektown Behind The Scenes Podcast 09: Composer Rob Cairns Interview – ‘Love, Death & Robots’, ‘The Bachelor’, ‘Dallas’

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