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The July edition of FSM ONLINE went live last Friday but we forgot to tell you!

This month’s cover story asks the question: Is film music DEAD OR ALIVE? Check out the Top 10 Reasons for each. Also this issue, SEGUN AKINOLA discusses his score for THE LAST TREE, dubbed by critics as the British Moonlight; remembering the late legend, ENNIO MORRICONE; SOUNDTRACK OBSCURITIES rises from the ashes; BRIAN TYLER chats about the third season of YELLOWSTONE and the upcoming film CLOUDS; Cary Wong finds the silver lining in the remainder of 2020; JON EVERIST gears up for the video game DISINTEGRATION; MATTHEW MORTON takes us back to APOLLO 11; the return of GOLD RUSH looks at the relationship between CHARLIE CHAPLIN and DAVID RAKSIN; lots of album reviews, including SCOOB!, ARTEMIS FOWL and SPACESHIP EARTH; more embedded audio clips, and more.

Additionally, coming this week are two EMMY SEASON BONUS FEATURES: Glenn Ballard and Randy Kerber on Netflix's THE EDDY, and Rupert Gregson-Williams on HBO's CATHERINE THE GREAT.

Enjoy!
 

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