56.0 Hobo with a Shotgun with Lindsay-Bea Davis
This week on RCMPod, we're joined by the cool and creepy music supervisor, Lindsay-Bea Davis who helps us kick off Shocktober with the excessive celebration of exploitation "Hobo with a Shotgun" from 2011. She showed up in the living room dressed for the occasion with knife shaped earrings and a skeleton tank and we knew we were in for a solid kiki about horror.
We cover the poetic nature of Rutger Hauer, writing film to music, how winky is too winky when it comes to modern horror, and what exactly a music supervisor does. Cam and Lindsay also kindly explain to Becky everything she doesn't understand. Hobo with a Shotgun is currently streaming on Canadian Netflix, and on iTunes everywhere else. And remember kids, always set aside your music budget at the beginning of your project. Not the end.
This week's end track is "Run with us" by Lisa Lougheed.
Lindsay-Bea Davis is a music supervisor and consultant who brings to the table a decade of experience in the music industry. She has worked in Los Angeles, Toronto and Halifax as a music supervisor and licensing consultant with companies such as VICE Canada, Creative Control Entertainment, The Guild of Music Supervisors, Instinct Entertainment and SOCAN.
Davis specializes in musical trend forecasting and curation, music licensing, placing music in film/TV/ads/games and digital content, supervising custom compositions and producing soundtracks.
Her diverse range of skills and understanding of the music and film/TV industries has allowed her to have an active role at events such as SXSW, The Canadian GRAMMY Celebration, The Guild of Music Supervisors Awards, San Diego Music Thing, Music and Media Finland, London Sync Sessions, Durango Songwriters Expo, Atlantic Film Festival, Nova Scotia Music Week, NXNE, Toronto Indie Week and Canadian Music Week.
She currently owns and operates Open Casket Music, an independent music supervision and music business consulting firm based in Toronto. Check her out at @opencasketmusic on Instagram and on Facebook. Learn more about Black Cop, screening at TIFF in 2017, here.
This week's Shrimpton Suggested Short is Demonitron by RKSS