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Editors’ Notes

Donald Lopatin (a.k.a. Oneohtrix Point Never) makes dubby-sounding, synth-heavy ambient pop that’s both inventive and highly accessible. Replica topped many forward-thinking critics’ lists for 2011's best music. The first track, “Andro,” is so lush and pretty that it makes for some of the most blissed-out ambient sounds you’ve heard since the heyday of shoegaze in the early '90s. Like much of the record, it’s also unexpectedly varied, understatedly switching gears when you least expect it. It might be ideal to listen to the album without knowing that the entire thing (spoiler alert) is "an electronic song cycle based around lo-fi audio procured from television advertisement compilations," according to his label. If you listen closely, you can hear the swirls of text from old commercials. But it’s fine to just give in and let these looping, smeared sounds envelop you.

Customer Reviews

Score: 9.2/10

A very experimental and glitchy record. There have not been very many ambient releases that can live up to this ones standards, it is refreshing to hear this. It is very strong all the way through, especially in the first half, there are many sounds in here that I have not heard before. It begs to be listened through multiple times, the complexities are hard to catch the first time through. Each song seems to tell a part of a story, even though they contain no lyrics. The sound portrays regret and inner-pain very well, I feel like it is about being alone with painful thoughts and being tortured by something that you wish you didn't do. I am amazed by this album, certainly one of the best releases of the year.

Excellent Music and FREE download single of the week

Oh my goodness, this is GOOD. The album art does not do this music any justice. The art is very misleading. The music is designed for people that love to meditate and some of the pieces are great for going to sleep (Submersible -- is excellent and will be added to my Deep Space Anesthesia playlist.) "Remember" is another nice piece that I just downloaded. A special THANK YOU to iTunes Store for the FREE single of the week, Andro :-)

Love it !!!! :-)

Album of 2011

Sitting in traffic headed west as the spring sun sets on an endless line of cars. To my left is a water reclamation plant that collects water used to cool the machines that power factories, occupying acres of land. The smog from the factories gives the sunset a purple hue. A few ducks dive into the water, in search of food. On the median to my left is a single small tree with a neon blue kite stuck in the middle, its green and pink tail still fluttering in the breeze. My spouse and I are headed to her parents' for dinner. Inconsequential, except that Replica was blasting from the speakers of our mini van, giving the moment an at once nostalgic, poignant, sad, and hopeful significance that I'll never forget.
Let this album into your life's story. Listen to it while you play the video-games of your youth. Put it on while you make out with your new crush. Let it melt you and wash you away.
Also; look into the making of the album itself. Go see OPN live if you can.


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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