Stream music from HBO’s ‘Westworld’

Modified: November 1, 2016

Categories: Music News,New Music

HBO’s Westworld arrived just in time to fill the void left behind after season 6 of Game of Thrones. One thing the two shows have in common, other than the grandiose production elements and gorgeous cinematography, is composer Ramin Djawadi. Fans of the show have surely taken notice of Djawadi’s player-piano reinterpretations of songs by Soundgarden (“Black Hole Sun”), Radiohead (“No Surprises”) and The Cure (“A Forest”), as well as the epic orchestral version of The Rolling Stones’ “Paint It Black.” They’ve provided something beautiful and familiar to hold onto as we attempt to find our way to the center of the maze. Now, for the first time, those songs and the show’s theme are available to stream and purchase. Enjoy.

 

While your enjoying the works of Ramin Djawadi, why not take another listen to “Light of the Seven,” which served as the score to the opening sequence in the season 6 finale of Game of Thrones, which of course (*SPOILER ALERT*) ended in a giant green wildfire explosion.

 

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