Sounds like: Lone, Oneohtrix Point Never, DJ Koze What's so good? Brand-new Four Tet is here! Along with news of his new album - New Energy. It's all very exciting and he's already released 1000 vinyls to Oxfam, which is available for pre-order here. "Scientists" is not a mind-blowing track, but can Four Tet do any wrong? Not really. Show More Summary
Robert Pattinson takes on an unsettling role in a brand new music video. The 31-year-old Twilight actor stars in the Benny and Josh Safdie-directed video for experimental musician and composer Oneohtrix Point Never‘s “The Pure and the Damned,” which also features a digitized Iggy Pop. In the clip, Robert wields a sword while confronting a [...]
In a valiant effort to keep the Good-Time Summer Vibes a-rockin’ and a-rollin’ post-Labor Day — and to properly capitalize on the ca-raaaazy commercial cache of their Cannes Film Festival award-winning soundtrack to the Robert Patterson film Good Time — Daniel “Dr. Show More Summary
“The Pure and the Damned” is a collaboration with Iggy from OPN’s Good Time score
When "The Pure And The Damned," Oneohtrix Point Never's lovely and contemplative Iggy Pop collaboration, comes in at the end of the Safdie Brothers' breathless indie thriller Good Time, it feels like a sigh of relief. The movie, which is absolutely relentless, has a pulsing, adrenal score from Oneohtrix Point Never, and it only gives…
Sounds like: Nils Frahm, Disasterpeace, Steve Reich Song: Ryuichi Sakamoto - Andata (Oneohtrix Point Never Remix) What's so good? Ryuichi Sakamoto pulled in Oneohtrix Point Never to rework a composition off of his new album ASYNC, creating a further textured, poetic revision of an already wonderful piece. Show More Summary
Daniel Lopatin talks about making the heart-pounding score for a gritty new indie film.
BUY NOW FROM AMAZON Composer: Oneohtrix Point Never Total Time: 46:03 Label: Warp Records Purchasing Links: CD, MP3, iTunes Release Date August 11, 2017 Find more about... For more, visit our blog !
In a recent Reddit AMA, David Byrne revealed that he wrote a song with Oneohtrix Point Never's Daniel Lopatin for an upcoming solo album due out early next year. Today, Lopatin himself did an AMA on r/indieheads, and he offered an update on their collaboration. "working with david was one of the true highlights of…
“Working with David was one of the true highlights of my life”
The Safdie brothers’ crime thriller Good Time is a throttling dose of a movie, equal parts funny, dazzling, and anxiety-inducing. A lot of that can be chalked up to the score by electronic composer Oneohtrix Point Never, a.k.a. Daniel Lopatin, who blankets the film in propulsive synths, icy percussion, and ... More »
"Regardless of what anyone says about a TV renaissance, film still has more dignity." – Daniel Lopatin
Oneohtrix Point Never Good Time OST [Warp; 2017] Rating: 3/5 “Regardless of what anyone says about a TV renaissance, film still has more dignity.” – Daniel Lopatin R obert Pattinson recently claimed that he had to refuse to masturbate...Show More Summary
A record to listen to in the here and now
Sounds like: Steve Reich, Disasterpeace What's so good? Putting these two artists' names next to each other in a sentence feels like putting peanut butter on a burger. It really shouldn't make sense. It's a collaboration you want toShow More Summary
The soundtrack for the Safdie Brothers’s acclaimed new film features 13 new tracks from the electronic musician.
Good Time, the new crime thriller from directors Josh and Benny Safdie, looks really good. It also sounds really good. Daniel Lopatin, better known as Oneohtrix Point Never, composed the film's original score, and he already won the Cannes Soundtrack Award for his work. The Iggy Pop-featuring "The Pure And The Damned" and "Leaving The…
Trust him, he recently won the Soundtrack Award at Cannes for Good Time.
The track comes from an upcoming album of Sakamoto remixes.