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Oneohtrix Point Never

One of Brooklyn-based experimental musician Daniel Lopatin's many projects, Oneohtrix (pronounced "one-oh-tricks") Point Never encompasses flowing electronics that evoke Tangerine Dream; ambient drones and excursions into noise, and forays into adventurous sampling. Growing up, he was inspired by the synth sounds of Mahavishnu Orchestra and Stevie Wonder in his father's record collection, as well as classic video game soundtracks such as Metroid. Oneohtrix Point Never emerged in the late 2000s, around the time that Lopatin was also playing with the trio Astronaut and working on another solo project, Infinity Window. His first OPN full-length, 2007's Betrayed in the Octagon, introduced Oneohtrix Point Never's sci-fi bent, which was emphasized by Lopatin's Roland Juno-60 synthesizer and Korg Electribe ES-1 sampler.

Cassette-only efforts such as 2008's Transmat Memories paved the way for a prolific 2009, which included a cassette collaboration with Keith Fullerton Whitman as well as two more albums, the reflective Russian Mind and the comparatively bright and accessible Zones Without People. These two albums, along with Betrayed in the Octagon and selected tracks from OPN's cassettes, were released as Rifts late in 2009 by No Fun Productions. Lopatin went further afield on 2010's critically acclaimed Editions Mego release Returnal, incorporating noise as well as more accessible melodies into the album. He also founded the Software label, an imprint distributed by Mexican Summer, with friend and Tigercity member Joel Ford.

In 2011, Oneohtrix Point Never played the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival curated by Animal Collective and released Replica -- which featured samples from commercials and was also Lopatin's first album recorded in a studio -- on Software that November. Nearly two years later, Oneohtrix Point Never made its Warp debut with R Plus Seven, which featured some of Lopatin's most fragmented and ambitious tracks to date. That year, Lopatin collaborated with Brian Reitzell on the score to Sofia Coppola's film The Bling Ring and also participated in a collaboration between Warp and the Tate Gallery, composing a piece inspired by Jeremy Deller's The History of the World, which diagrammed the interconnectedness of acid jazz and brass bands. Music from Rifts and R Plus Seven also appeared in 2014's Love Child, an HBO documentary about video game addiction. Oneohtrix Point Never's many projects that year included Commissions I, a Record Store Day release featuring music written for the Polish Icons project at the Sacrum Profanum festival, among other pieces.

That October, Lopatin's soundtrack for Koji Morimoto's 1995 anime Magnetic Rose received a live world premiere at Manchester, England's Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics. Oneohtrix Point Never also joined Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden on the July and August dates of their tour, playing half-hour sets of cyberdrone music instead of tracks from his albums. Commissions II arrived on Record Store Day 2015 and included an excerpt of the Magnetic Rose score as well as "Bullet Hell Abstraction," a two-part piece inspired by Manabu Namiki's video game music that was commissioned by the Red Bull Music Academy. That November, the full-length Garden of Delete -- which was inspired by Lopatin's time on the road with NIN and Soundgarden as well as his renewed interest in the guitar -- was released. ~ Heather Phares
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Selected Discography

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Track List: R Plus Seven

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

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Track List: Replica

1. Andro

2. Power Of Persuasion

3. Sleep Dealer

4. Remember

5. Replica

6. Nassau

7. Submersible

8. Up

9. Child Soldier

10. Explain

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Track List: Returnal

1. Nil Admirari

2. Describing Bodies

3. Stress Waves

4. Returnal

5. Pelham Island Road

6. Where Does Time Go

7. Ouroboros

8. Preyouandi

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Track List: Rifts

Disc 1

1. Woe Is The Transgression I

2. Behind The Bank

3. Eyeballs

4. Betrayed In The Octagon

6. Parallel Minds

7. Laser To Laser

8. Ships Without Meaning

9. Terminator Lake

10. Transmat Memories

11. A Pact Between Strangers

Disc 2

1. Computer Vision

2. Format & Journey North

3. Zones Without People

4. Learning To Control Myself

5. Disconnecting Entirely

6. Emil Cioran

7. Hyperdawn

8. Lovergirls Precinct

9. I Know It's Taking Pictures From Another Plane (Inside Your Sun)

10. Blue Drive

11. The Trouble With Being Born

12. Sand Partina

Disc 3

1. Months

3. Grief And Repetition

4. Russian Mind

5. Time Decanted

6. Immanence

8. Memory Vague

9. KGB Nights

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Track List: Garden Of Delete

1. Intro

2. Ezra

3. ECCOJAMC1

4. Sticky Drama

5. SDFK

6. Mutant Standard

7. Child Of Rage

8. Animals

9. I Bite Through It

10. Freaky Eyes

11. Lift

12. No Good

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Track List: I Bite Through It (Single)

9. I Bite Through It

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Track List: Mutant Standard (Single)

1. Mutant Standard

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Track List: Sticky Drama (Single)

4. Sticky Drama

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lagillator
This track is so dope. The rhythm created with all the samples is outstanding organisation and creativity.
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Unfortunatel y much of it is too much like noise for me to appreciate.. . b u t glad others like it and that Pandora provides a place to hear it.
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A world off its own,in sound.difere n n t , u n i q u e . I like it.
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Saw him open for NIN/Soundgar d e n concert and he was awesome.Walk i n g up I heard glass shattering bass and sounds that were so raw,sharp,ab r a s i v e and just incredible.I knew of him but not like this.
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Love this artist!
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