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The Financial Times reviews Drokk:

In Drokk, Portishead’s Geoff Barrow teams up with film composer Ben Salisbury to score a dark, dystopian soundtrack for this helmeted authoritarian. The music looks back to Dredd’s late-1970s origins: not punk but Vangelis’s score for Blade Runner and the nerve-shredding electro themes that John Carpenter composed for his sci-fi and horror films. Composed on vintage synthesisers, the result is a retro-futurist pastiche, expertly assembled and lovingly crafted: a treat for geeks.

The Financial Times reviews Drokk:

In Drokk, Portishead’s Geoff Barrow teams up with film composer Ben Salisbury to score a dark, dystopian soundtrack for this helmeted authoritarian. The music looks back to Dredd’s late-1970s origins: not punk but Vangelis’s score for Blade Runner and the nerve-shredding electro themes that John Carpenter composed for his sci-fi and horror films. Composed on vintage synthesisers, the result is a retro-futurist pastiche, expertly assembled and lovingly crafted: a treat for geeks.

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    This is amazing. Give it a listen.
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