I'm not sorry
I hope you appreciate me Natalie 😂
Shout out to “Reset Charges” for keeping me from completely losing my cool
Kate herron retweeted my Lokius art, and Nat Holt liked it.
I'm freaking out!!!!!!!!! 😭
B-15’s theme is made using samples of Natalie Holt’s voice!
In this interview she also walks through the Loki theme, the TVA theme, and TVA Inner Workings.
The backbones of Lokius nation
NATALIE HOLT IS RETWEETING LOKIUS CONTENT AGAIN!!!!!!!
Natalie Holt has never hidden how she feels about Loki and Mobius and I thank her for that.
NATALIE HOLT??? MA’AM??
Congratulations to Natalie Holt on her Hollywood Music in Media Awards nomination for the score for Loki.
I’m sorry, that’s a bad joke but I couldn’t help myself. An unusual appearance of the danger/captured version of the Loki theme in episode 5.
In episode 5: “Journey Into Mystery,” the danger/captured version of the Loki theme plays quietly in the background from 10:40 to 11:00. In this scene, Sylvie threatens to prune Ravonna, but Miss Minutes quickly mentions the Void Spacecraft. Then, moments later it is revealed to be a ruse. I can’t help but wonder, is the use of this cue supposed to signify that the spacecraft was a trick?
In its previous uses, the cue is incredibly obvious. Loki watches himself die at the hands of Thanos (episode 1), so it’s about him being in danger. Loki and Sylvie are captured by the TVA (episode 4), so it is about him, again, being danger.
But this time, Loki isn’t even involved in the scene. This leads me to believe that the cue is meant to be taken by its meaning, not the person its tied to. And since the cue’s meaning is danger, it is revealing to the listener that Miss Minutes and Ravonna are lying, even before it’s revealed to the viewers.
Just letting you know that thanks to Marvel I can't listen to these classical pieces without thinking of Loki anymore.
Y'all NEED to listen to "Classic Builds" from the Loki soundtrack. It's from when Classic Loki makes the illusion of Asgard. Beautiful piece, pumps you up. Heavily influenced by Richard Wagner's "Ride of the Valkyries."
Just remembering that one dude that pretended to be a composer for the Loki series and went for a 2 week long long-con making fake studio sneak peeks and dipped when everyone called his bullshit and instead of getting clout and getting us to click his soundcloud account, it gave more attention to the real composer, Natalie Holt.
Why I think the theme heard in “Frigga” represents sorrow, not Loki’s past.
Obviously this theme could represent both. I’m merely stating which one I think it lends itself to better.
While there is certainly good reasons as to why the theme heard in “Frigga” is meant to represent Loki’s past, its use in the show indicates otherwise. To explain this, we have to look at the show and not just the albums. If you look at only the album material (in reference to the scenes they correspond to, obviously), each appearance of the theme is in some way related to Loki’s past, save for one in “Lokius.”
This brings me to my first point: the use of the theme in “Lokius” shows that its not only related to Loki’s past. Before this, the theme was used in “Frigga” in response to Loki seeing his mother’s death (past family), along with him discovering the destruction of Asgard (past home). It is also used in “Time” when Miss Minutes says Loki can go back to his old life (past life). However, in “Lokius,” it plays when Mobius tells Loki that Sylvie was pruned, which is not related to Loki’s past. Loki is clearly shaken by this “fact,” which lends the theme to represent sorrow, not his past, on this occasion.
And for my second point, I take you to one of the final scenes in Loki: 32:04 (not on the album), Loki begs Sylvie to pause and think about whether or not they should kill He Who Remains, and she calls him a con. Loki clearly feels betrayed and hurt by this statement, and his past is in no way brought into the conversation. It is clear that the theme in this case is used to indicate his pain.
All in all, “sorrow” feels like the better term to describe what this theme represents. Even in the cases when it plays in reference to Loki’s past, he is still in pain from the loss. To call it the “past life” theme excludes its uses in “Lokius” and episode 6, while “sorrow” is more all-encompassing.
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