This soundtrack to the indie body horror film of the same name is an accomplished bit of glitch-inflected modern classical. As an album, it is a qualified success. Shorn of their context, I find some of the more dramatic moments a little over-cooked (though I imagine they could be very effective in the movie). But on the whole I find it pretty engaging, and genuinely chilling in some of its quieter moments, such as the delicate Burton’s Lullaby. It even makes me want to see the film.
I bought this from Boomkat. They call it Soundtracks / Library / Early Electronic.