Melodic Treks is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated entirely to the music of Star Trek. Host Brandon-Shea Mutala explores the themes, orchestral scores, and incidental compositions that bring Star Trek episodes and films to life, as well as the composers, singers and musicians behind the sounds.
The (Musical) Mirror Universe. Alternate melodies? Alternate keys? You never know what you'll find on the soundscape of the Mirror Universe. We dive into the alternate realities and timelines of Star Trek's music.
Tim Russ Interview. Most Star Trek fans know Tim Russ best for his of Tuvok on Voyager. But Tim has a passion for music that stretches far back beyond his acting career. Tim joins us to discuss his music career outside of Trek.
Ron Jones Interview, Part 1. The famed Star Trek composer who scored 42 episodes of The Next Generation joins us to discuss his career in music, how he got his start in Hollywood, and more about his non-Trek work.
Five Favorites. The music is playing once again as the baton has been passed from Colin Higgins to your new host, Brandon-Shea Mutala, who shares the story of how he became a Star Trek fan and reveals his favorite tracks from the franchise.
This week on Melodic Treks we are joined by Paul Finch a fellow podcaster from Scotland. Paul takes a break from talk all things Enterprise on Previously In The Alpha Quadrant to pick his top 5 tracks. As always with this process we have some firm favouri
Its Christmas a time for friends and family, so this week the Trek Fm family get together around the camp fire toast some Marsh Melons and pick a track or two that they like for this Melodic Treks Christmas show
The Unexpected Music in Star Trek. Elvis Presley. Frank Sinatra. Billie Holiday. Some of the greatest names in music pop up in your favorite episodes. Plug in your earphones and find out what Zefram Cochrane listened to on his jukebox.
Musical Shatner. Beyond acting, writing, and directing, is also a commercially viable audio artist with many albums and performances to his name. We explore this side of his career from 1968's The Transformed Man to 2013's Ponder the Mystery.
Cliff Eidelman. Sometimes to get a break you need a few things to go in your favor. We look at how things led to Eidelman scoring Star Trek VI, as well as the unexpected course of his career afterwards.