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The September edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. This month's cover story is a discussion with brothers MYCHAEL DANNA and JEFF DANNA about their score to the new Warner Bros. animated feature STORKS. Also this issue is an interview with JÓHANN JÓHANNSSON about his upcoming score to ARRIVAL and the early stages of BLADE RUNNER 2; GAVIN GREENAWAY discusses his career working with Hans Zimmer and John Powell, and his new solo piano album; PAUL LEONARD-MORGAN chats the short-lived CBS show LIMITLESS; Cary Wong recaps the summer and looks forward to upcoming 2016 releases; GREG EDMONSON reflects back on FIREFLY; Gold Rush digs up ARTHUR BLISS and THINGS TO COME; a GEOFFREY BURGON/SIRENS Score Restore; an interview with actor and film music aficionado REED BIRNEY; more embedded audio clips, and more.


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