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Boomkat Product Review:
0PN’s Cannes Award ’17-winning OST for Good Time - a soon come crime thriller by NYC’s Sadie brothers - unfurls in all its future-classic glory on Warp to coincide with the film’s release date.
Adding to Daniel Lopatin aka 0PN's increasingly impressive soundtrack portfolio - now counting four major films since work on 2013’s Bling Ring (although IMDB has some prior credits) - this one is arguably his most refined and memorable from first impressions. It appears that before the film was even started he’d established a symbiotic relationship with the directors, sharing their vision of how the music would inspire, score and relate to their visual aspect.
We can safely say it sounds like the soundtrack to a gritty American thriller and all that it entails, but 0PN also brings a level of idiosyncrasy to the plate that makes it highly enjoyable in its own right, especially in the luscious, belly-flipping rush of The Acid Hits and the widescreen tracking of Hospital Escape / Access-A-Ride or the creamy float of Leaving The Park, which is instantly identifiable as an 0PN piece, whilst Connie finds him heading off on TCF or Lorenzo Senni-esque vectors, and you’ve probably heard The Pure And The Damned featuring Iggy Pop, which sounds uncannily like its about to drop into Lou Reed doing Perfect Day at any moment.