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Oneohtrix Point Never

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Magic Oneohtrix Point Never
Magic Oneohtrix Point Never (gatefold translucent yellow vinyl 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: WARPLP 318Y. Rel: 30 Oct 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Cross Talk I (2:08)
  2. Auto & Allo (3:19)
  3. Long Road Home (1:49)
  4. Cross Talk II (0:48)
  5. I Don't Love Me Anymore (2:54)
  6. Bow Ecco (2:11)
  7. The Whether Channel (6:06)
  8. No Nightmares (4:10)
  9. Cross Talk III (1:23)
  10. Tales From The Trash Stratum (3:15)
  11. Answering Machine (0:41)
  12. Imago (3:06)
  13. Cross Talk IV/Radio Lonelys (1:11)
  14. Lost But Never Alone (1:55)
  15. Shifting (2:28)
  16. Wave Idea (5:14)
  17. Nothing's Special (4:43)
Review: Who hasn't been waiting with bated breath for this? Oneohtrix Point Never's rise to the upper echelons of experimental electronica over the last decade or so has not been without good reason, with his back catalogue innovative and realised with patience and attention to detail, even if the tracks are often chaotic.

2018's Age Of, the Brooklyn-based maestro's previous full length, was his most accessible and traditionally structured, but on this latest - fourth on the seminal Warp Records - he's back in the wildly avant-garde, and looking back at his own past through a retro futurist gaze. The vocoders and strings of alt-pop bomb 'Long Road Home', the crackling 80s power-cum-R&B of 'The Whether Channel' and the warped keys of closing credit-worthy 'Lost But Never Alone', juxtaposed with samples and soundbites from the US broadcasting world that inspired the producer's name.
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Magic Oneohtrix Point Never
Cat: WARPCD 318. Rel: 30 Oct 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Cross Talk I
  2. Auto & Allo
  3. Long Road Home
  4. Cross Talk II
  5. I Don't Love Me Anymore
  6. Bow Ecco
  7. The Whether Channel
  8. No Nightmares
  9. Cross Talk III
  10. Tales From The Trash Stratum
  11. Answering Machine
  12. Imago
  13. Cross Talk IV/Radio Lonelys
  14. Lost But Never Alone
  15. Shifting
  16. Wave Idea
  17. Nothing's Special
Review: Who hasn't been waiting with bated breath for this? Oneohtrix Point Never's rise to the upper echelons of experimental electronica over the last decade or so has not been without good reason, with his back catalogue innovative and realised with patience and attention to detail, even if the tracks are often chaotic.

2018's Age Of, the Brooklyn-based maestro's previous full length, was his most accessible and traditionally structured, but on this latest - fourth on the seminal Warp Records - he's back in the wildly avant-garde, and looking back at his own past through a retro futurist gaze. The vocoders and strings of alt-pop bomb 'Long Road Home', the crackling 80s power-cum-R&B of 'The Whether Channel' and the warped keys of closing credit-worthy 'Lost But Never Alone', juxtaposed with samples and soundbites from the US broadcasting world that inspired the producer's name.
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Garden Of Delete
Garden Of Delete (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: WARPLP 266. Rel: 10 Nov 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Intro (0:27)
  2. Ezra (4:26)
  3. ECCOJAMC1 (0:33)
  4. Sticky Drama (4:15)
  5. SDFK (1:28)
  6. Mutant Standard (8:03)
  7. Child Of Rage (4:48)
  8. Animals (3:50)
  9. I Bite Through It (3:12)
  10. Freaky Eyes (6:25)
  11. Lift (4:02)
  12. No Good (3:16)
Review: NYC sound artist and Software label boss Daniel Lopatin is back with his eagerly awaited eighth studio album. A self-proclaimed 'cybernetic rock' album influenced by his time touring with Nine Inch nails and Soundgarden in 2014. There's '"Ezra" which reaches near trance moments, the glitchy R&B digitalism of "Sticky Drama" which features a turn, mid track, reaching a level of mayhem comparable to Shapednoise. There is a moment of what we can only describe as 'indie trance' on the psychotic epic "Mutant Standard". Not forgetting the disturbed nu-gaze of "I Bite Through It", a real highlight on here. Commercial music was said to have influenced the album too. "Freaky Eyes" and "Lift" deconstruct pop music via sampling/resampling and loop points, adding Lopatin's own bizarre intricacies on top. He has undoubtedly become known as one of the most unique voices in electronic music today and this is further testament to his standing. Difficult listening for curious ears.
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Intérprete: Rivet
 in stock $19.31
R Plus Seven
R Plus Seven (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 240. Rel: 04 Oct 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Boring Angel
  2. Americans
  3. He She
  4. Inside World
  5. Zebra
  6. Along
  7. Problem Areas
  8. Cryo
  9. Still Life
  10. Chrome Country
Review: Having firmly established himself as one of the foremost experimental producers of the past decade with albums like Replica, Returnal, and Rifts, Daniel Lopatin here makes the logical move to electronic music bastion Warp Records. On first listen R Plus Seven is quite unlike any of his other records, largely eschewing the arpeggiated drones of his early work and sample-based collages of his last album for something much more vivid. Coming across like a combination of the emotive minimalism of Terry Riley and Steve Reich, and the hyperreality of James Ferraro's Far Side Virtual, R Plus Seven nevertheless stakes its own claim in the world of post-everything electronic music, combining delicate, introspective moods with shocking moments of recognisable sonic signification. Quite possibly Lopatin's best album to date.
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 in stock $19.02
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