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The February edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. This month's cover story is an interview with MARK KORVEN about his terrifying score to the THE WITCH. Also this issue, RACHEL PORTMAN talks about RACE and DESPITE THE FALLING SNOW; PANU AALTIO discusses his music for the Finnish documentary TALE OF A LAKE; Cary Wong offers his Oscar predictions and reflections; concert reviews of ENNIO MORRICONE - The 60 Years of Music World Tour and ALICE IN WONDERLAND by DANNY ELFMAN at the Royal Albert Hall; a MORRICONE Score Restore takes on LE PROFESSIONNEL; an archival interview with BRUCE BROUGHTON; an interview with FEDERICO JUSID about MISCONDUCT; THE GIFTED scare up some synths in SOUTHBOUND; the final installment of Soundtrack Obscurities; more embedded audio clips, and more.

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