Archives for posts with tag: Oneohtrix Point Never

01 T++ – Wireless [Honest Jons]

02 Keith Fullerton Whitman – Variations For Oud and Synth [No Label]

03 Raime – Raime EP [Blackest Ever Black]

04 Kanding Ray – Pruitt Igoe [Raster Noton]

05 Balam Acab – See Birds [Tri Angle]

06 Oneohtrix Point Never – Returnal Antony/Fennesz remixes [Editions Mego]

07 Shackleton vs Kasai Allstars – Mukuba Special [Congotronics]

08 Mike Vainio – Its a Muthang / Midnight Mutant [Comfort Zone]

09 Hype Williams – Do Roids & Kill Erything [No Label]

10 Games – That We Can Play [Hippos In Tanks]

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These have all probably been blogged to death by now but there’s no rush where Daniel Lopatin‘s concerned. I could literally watch nobody here forever. Or at least an entire afternoon at work.

made a vaguely summery mixtape, some of you may like some of it.

01   A Cold Freezin’ Night – The Books
02   y7 – Autechre
03   Am I Gonna Make It – Nite Funk
04   Round and Round – Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti
05   Ears – Julian Lynch
06   Ouroboros – Oneohtrix Point Never
07   Feel It All Around – Washed Out
08   Candy Shoppe – Emeralds
09   Elegant Elephant – Broadcast
10   Mad Weed – RUN DMT
11   Wrong Man – Pigeons
12   Rattling Cage – Forest Swords
13   No No No – LA Vampires & Zola Jesus
14   Deep Cover – Sun Araw

I went to see Daniel Lopatin perform as Oneohtrix Point Never in Glasgow last Saturday night, the gig turned out to be several hours later than I had expected, so alone(ish) in the big city I had little option than to sit around and invest in a few drinks. Lopatin’s music as Oneohtrix Point Never is not really the sort of music to be drunk around, it is an excess of blurred lines and swaying melody before the introduction of alcohol. Afterwards, it is just downright disorienting. So, there will be few words on the gig itself. Despite being totally absorbed by the performance, the memory of the details have disintegrated ungracefully into the ether. Thankfully, his new album gives me plenty to write about. Read the rest of this entry »