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Editors’ Notes

For his debut release on the reputed Warp Records imprint, Daniel Lopatin (a.k.a. Oneohtrix Point Never) draws somewhat on the compositional elements from his previous LP, Replica, but pushes them seamlessly to their breaking points—each track is a short film's worth of ideas and range. Referencing any number of touchstones from '90s Internet culture to the subtle ambient works of Aphex Twin, to Oxygene-like swells of cinematic synths, the listener is left with almost zero ability to predict where a track will lead. Yet there's never the sense of being taken unexpectedly—Oneohtrix turns sound on its head to bring you to the place you're meant to go, which is sometimes many places at once.

Customer Reviews


This artist is just great. This album will ride waves through you. I saw him open for Sigur Rós. What a pleasant surprise that turned out to be. Buy it, you will not be disappointed in the slightest.

Deserves Its Own Genre

Oneohtrix Point Never aka Daniel Lopatin cannot fit into any one genre. His sound is so unique; you can go from chilling vibes to nostalgia within seconds. Amazing, definitely buy.

Listen loud and with a good sub woofer

I'm so glad he keeps making music. He's the Synth Overlord.


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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