Oneohtrix Point Never Garden Of Delete Second album on Warp from experiemntal electronic producer Oneohtrix Point Never. Oneohtrix Point Never's second LP released through Warp Records sees a continuation of the incredible, cinematic sound design for which composer/producer Daniel Lopatin has gained a reputation during his career. Through Garden Of Delete, he finds new inspiration in Ezra, an apparent eternally teen-aged alien figure and sort of new mascot for the record that Lopatin wrote about in an entry on his official website earlier this month. Expect distorted vocals, razor-sharp synth blasts, and an injection of hypergrunge - all underpinned by OPN's unmistakeable production Warp CD | LP
Oneohtrix Point Never We'll Take It Oneohtrix Point Never (aka OPN / Daniel Lopatin) returns hot on the heels of his latest album ‘Age Of’ with a four track EP featuring album single ‘We’ll Take It’ and three new OPN songs. An album favourite, ‘We’ll Take It’ is given new context here as the lead track and video. A dark, facetious song that fuses industrial sounds, ecstatic and reckless synths, and something OPN described as “sideways ragtime” piano played by James Blake. An edited version of ‘Trance 1’ has been heard as part of ‘A Message From Earth’, a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Golden Records sent on both Voyager Spacecrafts with sounds and images selected to portray the diversity of life and culture on our planet. Two additional unreleased tracks round out the first in a series of companion releases to ‘Age Of’. Warp 12"
Oneohtrix Point Never Age Of We've got a limited amount of collectors cards available that are free with the album. The new album from Oneohtrix Point Never, following on from his award winning 2017 soundtrack for Good Time. It’s Daniel Lopatin’s most cohesive and richly composed work to date, weaving a tapestry of disparate musical histories - early music, country and folk balladry, melodic pop, computer music and much, much more - that demonstrate both the complexity and range of the artist's repertoire. With sounds that are unsettlingly familiar and uniquely his own, "Age Of" guides us through an unclassifiable new world. Warp Records CD | LP
Oneohtrix Point Never R Plus Seven We've got some FREE* posters available with this one. Matt finish square with the double LP, A3 poster with CD (*posters are free, you just pay a little extra for the postage & packaging)Seventh solo album from experimental electronic / synth-drone producer Daniel Lopatin, aka Oneohtrix Point Never. "Disruptive and hypnotic in equal measure” a statement that could realistically apply to any of his albums – it nevertheless sees the producer engaging with something closer to traditional song structure than ever before, albeit within the frame of an album ”full of overlapping, abstract musical through-lines, puzzle-like pieces that, taken together, might allow you to glimpse an overarching tableau." Warp CD | LP
Oneohtrix Point Never Commissions II If we have stock left it will be available online from Saturday 25th April, strictly one per customerLimited edition Record Store Day 12" As a companion to ICommissions I‘ (2014), composer/producer Daniel Lopatin (Oneohtrix Point Never) offers a new selection of commissioned works from the artist‘s diverse creative projects. Warp 12" Out of Stock
Oneohtrix Point Never Commissions 1 If we have stock left it will be available online from Saturday 26th April, strictly one per customerLimited edition Record Store Day LP A limited edition project developed from composer / producer Oneohtrix Point Never's commissioned pieces for artworks, performance and film, Commissions features music out of context of the recorded medium from the past several years. The collection begins with OPN's latest, composed for Polish Icons at Sacrum Profanum, a Warp staple that has hosted Clark & Aphex Twin previously. Lopatin interpreted Witold Lutoslawski's Preludes for the performance into an aptly titled "Music For Steamed Rocks" which frequently appears in the OPN live set. Warp Records 12" Out of Stock