Welcome back to Game of Thrones: Matt’s Audio Blog MONDAY CAST! In this episode Matt is joined by Bubba (@Fittentrim on Twitter) from the Double P Media Network (@DoublePHQ on Twitter) and and one of the Sirens of ASOIAF Kelly (@KellyUnderfoot on Twitter) to look at S42E04 “Oathkeeper” and musically looks at how motifs are used either melodically, harmonically or rhythmically to alter well known themes.
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Music on this podcast includes a theme created by Matt using a drum loop by KiestyleProductions (https://www.looperman.com/loops?mid=KiestyleProductions) , “Three Little Words” and “L.O.V.E” by John Pizzarelli (http://www.johnpizzarelli.com), a karoke version of “Baby It’s Cold Outside” provided by Karafun (https://youtu.be/kENif9FmseE) and all Game of Thrones score by Ramin Djawadi (https://www.ramindjawadi.com)