https://driftrecords.com/products/oneohtrix-point-never-good-time-original-motion-picture-soundtrack11129953092Oneohtrix Point Never - Good Time Original Motion Picture Soundtrack//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0161/8690/products/WARPLP292_large.jpg?v=1504826064//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0161/8690/products/WARPLP292_medium.jpg?v=150482606410.99GBPOutOfStockOneohtrix Point NeverOneohtrix Point NeverGood Time is the soundtrack to the motion picture from Drift favorite Oneohtrix Point Never.
Rapturously received by Cannes’ film critics, Good Time is directed by Josh and Benny Safdie and stars Robert Pattinson (in a widely regarded career best performance) and Jennifer Jason Leigh. The hypnotic crime thriller follows Pattinson’s Connie in a twisted odyssey through the New York underworld in a desperate attempt to get his brother out of jail.
Oneohtrix Point Never received the prestigious Cannes Soundtrack Award at this year’s 70th anniversary edition of the festival for his visceral original score for Good Time. The artist was in competition with the likes of Jonny Greenwood, Jed Kurzel and Ibrahim Maalouf and took home the celebrated prize. Previous winners include Cliff Martinez for The Neon Demon (2016), Lim Giong for The Assassin (2015) and Howard Shore for Map to the Stars (2014). An original song by Oneohtrix Point Never composed for the closing theme of the film, “The Pure and the Damned” features a guest vocal and lyrics written by Iggy Pop. Iggy’s voice is rich with uncomparable weight and wisdom on this stunning closer.
Daniel Lopatin aka Oneohtrix Point Never and the Safdie brothers became close collaborators through a shared love of cult genre movies and music, and their level of collaboration here has a rare depth of symbiosis of picture and score. Mundane events become dramatic, montages become mini operas.
With the soundtrack to Good Time, Oneohtrix Point Never has created a genuine listening experience rivalling the very best of his landmark studio albums. It also holds some of his most striking and complete individual moments; in addition to “The Pure and the Damned” “Leaving The Park” takes the classic arpeggio-laced crime scores of the 1970s and lends it the unique Oneohtrix Point Never stranger-beauty. Throughout the soundtrack, diegetic audio is interspersed and mutated in a natural foundation of Garden of Delete meets Rifts-era Oneohtrix Point Never sound palettes.
A1 Good Time A2 Bail Bonds A3 6th Floor B1 Hospital Escape / Access-A-Ride B2 Ray Wakes Up B3 Entry To White Castle B4 Flashback C1 Adventurers C2 Romance Apocalypse C3 The Acid Hits C4 Leaving The Park D1 Connie D2 The Pure and the Damned featuring Iggy PopWarpSoundtracks2017-06-08