ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER

GOOD TIME WARP, OUT 11 AU­GUST Tense, ner­vous score from ex­per­i­men­tal pro­ducer.

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A win­ner at the 2017 Cannes Film Fes­ti­val for its role in Josh and Benny Safdie’s crime thriller Good Time, Daniel Lopatin’s score has ap­pli­ca­tions be­yond the cin­ema screen. Its tight­wound elec­tron­ica is per­fect for any­one want­ing a vis­ual-free sen­sa­tion of mount­ing sus­pense in the com­fort of their own home, the needling, jit­tery Flash­back or the Mog­wai-like Leav­ing The Park made for those who like to check the street for sur­veil­lance be­fore head­ing out. The Pure And The Damned, a wracked re­demp­tive bal­lad fea­tur­ing the stone-tablet voice of Iggy Pop, changes up­tight pace, but other­wise, this is Oneohtrix Point Never on high­est alert. VIC­TO­RIA SE­GAL Lis­ten To: Leav­ing The Park | The Pure And The Damned

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