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The tracks out so far are killer. They are like a wild ride through chaotic landscapes of the arcadian subconscious. I don’t even know what that last sentence just met but this music is cathartic.

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Ryoji Ikeda and Alvo Noto always get my money. Use to work as a Music Therapist, MT-BC at BJH in STL. Was misdiagnosed and deemed psychiatric myself. now i know, morgellons is the bodies strange reaction in its attempt to rid itself of the systemic bacterial infection of Borrelia Burgdorferi. Chronic Lyme can really destroy yer life. I use to have a sizeable budget for iTunes. now I don't... 0neohntrix.Never is the first purchase in a very long time. Yeah, like it so much bought it before Ryoji or Carsten.


After having been fortunate enough to hear a press copy, I can happily report that not only has oneohtrix point never absolutely blown passed the bar he set with "R plus Seven," (and even the spectacular "Commissions I and II" EPs).
It's like he's going for an ENTIRELY new sound, in a way I can see this getting him a much wider fan base, while being absolutely surprised with every turn. It goes from almost poppy electronica, to deadly beats, it's so much more focused than "R plus Seven," there's a unified vision here that is truly breathtaking as it is well conceived and executed.
I imagine a lot of purists will denounce this as an attempt to broach the main stream, when it's anything but, ...this has got to be the best electronic record of 2015. And that's saying a lot. I was hesitant to buy this as much as I LOVE OPN, and especially "R plus Seven" and the one before that, but this is far beyond anything I could have imagined.
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Born: 1982 in Wayland, MA

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

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...
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