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FKA TWIGS IS COLLABORATING WITH ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER

FKA TWIGS IS COLLABORATING WITH ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER

A tease like this can only mean something big is on the way

In a recent post on both FKA Twigs and Oneohtrix Point Never’s Instagram accounts, we have been given a sample of new music that is apparently a collaboration between the pair. 73 more words

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Skeletal Chancers

Laurel Halo and Daniel Lopatin both make music for the internet age. Chance plays a role in their compositions, which burrow down unexpected rabbit holes, get stuck in loops, snag themselves on digital detritus and tear themselves open, or else drop unexpectedly into empty, drifting nothings, black holes in cyberspace. 1,078 more words

Ideas, Music, Words

Best Track of 2016: ANOHNI - Drone Bomb Me

ANOHNI

Drone Bomb Me

HOPELESSNESS

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Production by  Oneohtrix Point Never & Hudson Mohawke / Vocals by Antony Hegarty

ANOHNI là tên của project mới nhất từ Antony Hegarty, leader trước đây của ban nhạc Antony & the Johnsons*. 520 more words

Best Tracks

Chuck Person - Chuck Person's Eccojams Vol. 1

In 2010, a one-off side-project of Brooklyn electronic musician Daniel Lopatin took an updated approach to plunderphonics with Chuck Person’s Eccojams Vol. 1, a collection of chopped-and-screwed chart-toppers from the sixties through the noughties that were cut up and slowed down to a “narcotic” pace.1 Entirely made of samples, Eccojams utilized extremely recognizable songs and melodies with a purposely dated aesthetic: the title references Sega video game Ecco the Dolphin, the album was released only on cassette, and the many tracks were edited to elicit a texture similar to nineties muzak, smooth jazz, and easy listening. 917 more words

Review

Review: Oneohtrix Point Never at Heaven

It’s fair to say that Daniel Lopatin is full of surprises. The man who produces mind-bending avant-garde electronica under the moniker Oneohtrix Point Never has succeeded in bringing a packed audience under the weathered arches of Heaven. 383 more words

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Betrayed In The Octagon. Oneohtrix Point Never. 2007.

The drones are heavy at points on this album—the first by electronic producer Daniel Lopatin under the Oneohtrix Point Never moniker. The two lengthy “Woe Is The Transgression” tracks feature dense, rolling ambient drones that drown out everything and suspend time. 168 more words

Album Review

Oneohtrix Point Never

one of the reasons I blog about music is, that music is my main passion.

photography second, and film third.

I’m also a passionate… 172 more words

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