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The Golem Rescored

By Reboot

Published Oct 20, 2022


Reboot Rescored Presents The Golem Episode 1: Magic and Mystics

Just in time for Halloween, Reboot is thrilled to dig up our groundbreaking new score for the classic horror film The Golem: How He Came Into the World that we released last year. The film has been broken down into eight parts and, along with new music from renowned artists, each episode features commentary from scholars, composers and film historians discussing the significance of the film with a deep dive into Jewish history, occultism, cinematography, and more. 


Featuring new scores by: Threshing Floor (Alan Licht, Gretchen Gonzales Davidson, Rebecca Odes, John Olson, Nate Young) / Meg Baird, Charlie Saufley and Jeremiah Lockwood / Universal Eyes (members of Slumber Party and Wolf Eyes) / Michael Morley / Sharon Gal / Marika Hughes and Shahzad Ismaily / ∈Y∋ / Scott Amendola, Steven Drozd and Steve Berlin

Commentary from guests including: Kate Scelsa, Maya Barzilai, Ken Goldberg, Jeremiah Lockwood, Justin Sledge, Mitch Horowitz, Riva Lehrer and Ina Archer.

Hosts: John K Bucher and Torri Yates-Orr


All eight episodes of The Golem Rescored are available to watch here

Looking to dig into a conversation about The Golem Rescored? Check out the discussion guide we have created for the project! Download it here.

Sample the score

Take a listen!

The music from The Golem Rescored is available for purchase on BandCamp and for streaming on Spotify, SoundCloud, and other major streaming platforms.


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