Vol. 9 No. 9, pages 12-14, “Isn’t It Incredible?” – interview with Composer Michael Giacchino regarding The Incredibles.
Vol. 8 No. 9, pages 12-15, “Of Biblical Significance” – interviews with Composer Jeff Danna and director Philip Saville regarding The Gospel of John.
Vol. 8 No. 2, pages 18-21, “Vice Is Still Nice” – Part 1 of a lengthy examination and conversation with Jan Hammer, covering his film and television work. Part 1 focuses on the early years leading up to the meteoric success of Miami Vice, and the composer’s ideal prog rock and jazz training that helped bridge the gap between more traditional scoring approaches with popular music.
Vol. 8 No. 5, pages 18-21, “To Miami And Beyond” – Part 2 of a lengthy career examination and interview with Jan Hammer, covering his film and television work. Continuing with the composer’s eventual move away from Miami Vice after an exhausting work schedule, Part 2 deals with recent projects such as the BBC’s Red Cap, lesser known works for director Jan Nemec, personal observations on the music industry, and revisiting his famous Vice music (and vintage electronic gear) for a new 2-CD album.
Vol. 6 No. 5, pages 15-17, “Brother Can You Spare A Tune?“ – interview with Jeff Danna, regarding the film scores for Green Dragon (co-composed with Mychael Danna), O, Higher Love (aka Uncorked), and the early years writing for television and film in Canada.