Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood scoops BAFTA nomination

The guitarist could be up for an award for his soundtrack work

Trending Now

Fontaines DC: “The most normal things become absolutely terrifying”

Previously published in Uncut’s February 2020 issue 2019 was a breakthrough year for Fontaines DC, with their Mercury Prize-nominated debut...

The 9th Uncut New Music Playlist Of 2020

Garcia Peoples, Songhoy Blues, The Pretty Things, Sarah Davachi and Bon Iver ft Bruce Springsteen!

John Cale on Jonathan Richman: “He created his own special reality”

The Modern Lovers frontman is profiled in the current issue of Uncut

Introducing the Deluxe Ultimate Music Guide to Prince

As you’ll read in our deluxe, fully-updated Ultimate Music Guide, in his lifetime Prince was an artist whose creativity...

Jonny Greenwood has received a BAFTA nomination for his most recent soundtrack work.

The Radiohead guitarist’s soundtrack to the Paul Thomas Anderson film “There Will Be Blood” is one of the five nominations in the Best Music category.

The soundtracks Greenwood is up against include Marc Streitenfeld’s music for “American Gangster” and Dario Marianelli’s soundtrack for “Atonement”.

In response to his nomination, Greenwood said: “I’m delighted, and very grateful to the BAFTA members who nominated me, to Paul Thomas Anderson for giving me the opportunity to collaborate with him on his amazing film and to the BBC Concert Orchestra for making the most of what I wrote.”

“There Will Be Blood” is Greenwood’s second full soundtrack work, following his music for 2003’s “Bodysong”.

The BAFTAs ceremony takes place on February 10 at London’s Royal Opera House.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Latest Issue

The Rolling Stones, Patti Smith, Peter Green, Gillian Welch, Black Sabbath, The Cramps and Sun Ra, plus a free Drag City CD
Advertisement

Features

Advertisement