The entire soundtrack is heavily synth oriented courtesy of Cliff Martinez. Even the final track features Sia in a guest appearance.
- "Mine" performed by Sweet Tempest in the club bleeding into the track "Demon Dance". Heck, "Demon Dance" may be the song that best embodies the film altogether. Beautiful and atmospheric, but with an aura of menace that keeps the listener both entranced and on edge.
- "Gold Paint Shoot" really heightens the intensity of the actual scene its name comes from.
- "Are We Having A Party?" helps radically shift from the more trance, synth to something more sinister and stalkery. The music is nearly as unnerving as the scene it accompanies.