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Adele’s ‘Skyfall’ wins Oscar. The James Bond soundtrack was engineered by Gotham’s Matt Wiggins

Posted by Rich Woodruff on February 25, 2013

Last night the Adele Award Machine broke through yet another barrier when ‘Skyfall’, her theme tune to the latest Bond film of the same name won an Oscar for ‘Best Original Song’ at the 2013 Academy Awards at Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre. It is the third major award Adele has won for ‘Skyfall’ this year, the others coming at The Golden Globes and last week’s BRIT Awards.

Adele co-wrote the song with its producer, Paul Epworth (pictured with Adele collecting last night’s award). It was engineered by Gotham’s very own Matt Wiggins, who we are extremely proud of. It is the first Oscar a Bond film has won for 47 years, and the first ever for a Bond soundtrack. Adele also gave a dazzling live performance of the song in front of a packed Dolby audience.

Congratulations to Adele, Paul, Matt and everyone else involved with the unprecedented success of ‘Skyfall’. May the trophies keep coming!