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ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER

ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER

picture-18149-1379434580David Bevan // September 6, 2012

Oneohtrix Point Never is the nom de drone of Brooklyn experimentalist Daniel Lopatin, who, working largely with vintage synthesizers, has created some of the borough’s most enlivening soundscapes of late, garnering enough attention locally and afield that Mexican Summer awarded him (and frequent collaborator Joel Ford) their own imprint and recording setup. His breakthrough LP, 2011’s Replica was created by sifting through hours of vintage television audio, creating a dense, dystopian, sometimes disorienting fantasia that touches on AnCo’s themes of indistinct memories and hazy dream states.

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