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The April issue of FSM ONLINE is now live. On the cover this month is TOM HOLKENBORG (aka Junkie XL), talking about his music for blockbusters ZACK SNYDER’S JUSTICE LEAGUE and GODZILLA VS. KONG; plus THE INCREDIBLE HOLK drops by to smash things up. Also in this issue, EMILE MOSSERI discusses his Oscar-nominated score for MINARI; GARETH COKER rises to the challenge of the IMMORTALS FENYX RISING video game and MYTHS OF THE EASTERN REALM DLC; speaking of Oscar, check out the conclusion to our AM-PAS OR FAIL? Counterpoint column; STEFAN GREGORY gets his hands dirty with Netflix’s THE DIG, starring Ralph Fiennes and Carey Mulligan; Soundtrack Obscurities reveals the film music of YURI POTEYENKO; WONG’S TURN looks at music in the time of Covid-19; ELIZABETH PHILLIPSON-WEINER gets productive with the short film GETS GOOD LIGHT; plus reviews, CONCERTS ARE BACK (!!!), a bunch of embedded audio clips, and more.

Lastly, in the issue’s editorial column, FSMO’s amazing managing editor, KRISTEN ROMANELLI, bids us adieu as she moves on to all kinds of new and exciting endeavors.


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