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Good Time (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is a soundtrack album by electronic musician Oneohtrix Point Never, containing the score for the Safdie brothers' 2017 film Good Time. It was released on August 10, 2017 via Warp Records. It includes a collaboration with singer Iggy Pop.
Raw - Студийный альбом от Oneohtrix Point Never. Вышел 3 ноября 2017г. В альбом вошло 19 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 59:29. The Pure and the Damned (feat.
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On his most recent album as of March 2018, Good Time (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), Lopatin can be heard very subtly alluding to his Berlin School roots with a sound similar to Tangerine Dream's Ricochet and the soundtracks of John Carpenter. There are no two similar sounding releases in Lopatin?s vast catalog, but there is certainly a sense of continuity between them, for by diverse sonic means they express similar impressions or concepts. On his most recent album as of March 2018, Good Time (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), Lopatin can be heard very subtly alluding to his Berlin School roots with a sound similar to Tangerine Dream's Ricochet and the soundtracks of John Carpenter.
But Good Time mostly reverts to Returnal-style ne Dream's 1981 soundtrack for Michael Mann's Thief is an obvious sonic touchstone. The Feed, Oneohtrix Point Never: 'I was given the keys to the Corvette' Daniel Lopatin chats to the Quietus about his score for the Safdie brothers-directed crime drama Good Time.
Oneohtrix Point Never: Last summer, I was finalising the album in this very strange house alone in the suburbs. I was watching movies, and I got really obsessed with 2001. I started putting together a vague sketch for a story, a kind of libretto for an opera that involved an inverted 2001 scenario. They’re able to extract from it, to take this average of our experiences based on the sum of our recorded output – and the average is the music you would hear in this opera. It’s this epochal cycle, this four-part cycle that explains our repeated idiocy through time – the ways in which we always enact our own demise, over and over and over. I know you used a lot of strange vocal effects on Garden of Delete. Why did you start using human voices on Age Of ? Oneohtrix Point Never: I wanted to be a little bit more explicit about it being my voice on this one, but I can’t really think of any good.