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The February edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. This month's cover story is the long-awaited inauguration of our own official awards to recognize the cream of the film score crop each year: THE FIRST ANNUAL FSMies. Have your voice heard and vote for which scores and albums from the past year are truly the best. Or, if you don't subscribe to FSMO, sign up HERE to join in the fun!

Also in this issue, MARC CANHAM discusses his score to the upcoming Netflix thriller I CARE A LOT; Tim Burden and Saul Pincus look back at the classic movies and MUSIC OF 1991 in a 90-minute audio retrospective; NAINITA DESAI documents her work on THE REASON I JUMP and AMERICAN MURDER: THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR; BEN LOVETT gets hairy with THE WOLF OF SNOW HOLLOW; JONGNIC BONTEMPS scores a civil rights icon in MY NAME IS PAULI; Volume 4 of SOUNDTRACK OBSCURITIES 2.0 unearths some frozen gems from Scandinavia and Iceland; an Ear of the Month Contest for 1991; lots of album reviews, including THE LITTLE THINGS, THE MIDNIGHT SKY, WANDAVISION, LOONEY TUNES: BACK IN ACTION - THE DELUXE EDITION and WOLFWALKERS; more embedded audio clips, and more. Enjoy, and HAPPY PRESIDENTS‘ DAY! 

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