Skrillex & Cliff Martinez scored Spring Breakers, from what we’ve heard the music in the movie is epic! A fan figured out all of the songs in the movie and a list made it’s way onto the internet. We created a SCM Music Player from the list and you can hear all of the songs on our tumblr. Enjoy!
P.S. Can 2013 get here any faster? We think not!

Skrillex & Cliff Martinez scored Spring Breakers, from what we’ve heard the music in the movie is epic! A fan figured out all of the songs in the movie and a list made it’s way onto the internet. We created a SCM Music Player from the list and you can hear all of the songs on our tumblr. Enjoy!

P.S. Can 2013 get here any faster? We think not!

Pitchfork: Do you still keep up with what’s going on in music today, or is music more of a project-to-project interest for you?

RP: Thankfully, I still have a physical response to new music, not just an intellectual understanding of it. I feel very lucky that that’s the case. It’s not like, “I know that Japandroids are cool, but I’m over it.” To tell you the truth, if I don’t have to catch a sight of myself in the mirror, I’m still that geeky 16-year-old kid responding to music. 

But I think people do get detached from it. Because there’s such a proliferation of music, when people step out of it a little bit, they feel lost and they give up. They need a little bit of direction or context; lost youth is a very complicated situation to find yourself in. 

I’m accustomed to being the oldest person at a gig, but when I went to see Skrillex at Roseland this year, it was dramatic. There were a lot of kids that looked like they were 15 years old. But I loved it. I truly loved it. I think Skrillex is just brilliant. When I walked into that club, I felt like I swallowed the music— it was like Alien, like it went into me. 

I’m working on Harmony Korine’s movie Spring Breakers now, and Skrillex is doing original music for us. I had heard of Skrillex, but I wasn’t watching it that closely. And Harmony, who I’ve worked with forever, sent me a link to some Skrillex YouTubes, and I saw one had 54 million hits— I thought he had somehow figured out a way to manipulate the numbers. And then it dawns on you: There are kids that are never going to buy a record. They’re just going to play songs on YouTube.