Animals - Oneohtrix Point Never - Garden Of Delete
Label: Warp Records - WARPCD266 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: IDM, Glitch, Synth-pop, Leftfield, Experimental, Musique Concrète
Oneohtrix Point Never 's Daniel Lopatin is the kind of artist you expect to keep evolving, even if exactly how he evolves on each album is unpredictable. That said, he still throws listeners a few curves on Garden of Deletean album inspired by his adolescence and his tour with Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden.
The way he transforms different sounds and eras into something nostalgic yet new has always been one of his greatest strengths. He goes one better on Garden of Deleteimbuing these songs with powerful, wide-ranging emotions. As dense as R Plus Seven was cleanly sculpted, there's a lot to unpack within Garden of Deleteincluding its title: a phrase that suggests the meticulous task of editing music as well as the Animals - Oneohtrix Point Never - Garden Of Delete of creation and destruction and shortens to G.
While "Lift"'s crystalline melody is classic OPNthe vocals that dominate the album add to its personal feel -- even if they're courtesy of the software instrument Chipspeech. Lopatin uses the software to give voice to Ezra, an alien who figured heavily in Garden of Delete 's promotional campaign and who lends the album its emotional arc. We first hear his slurred tones on "Intro," but it's "Ezra" that offers a proper introduction to the character as well as the album's scope: the track's rapid shifts between heavily processed alt-metal guitars, stark, glistening synths, dueling vocals, and frenetic arpeggios feel like extraterrestrial mood swings.
Shorter songs like "SDFK" and fragmented excursions like "Mutant Standard," which Fall In Love Tonight - Zane Williams - Ride With Me a looping melody that morphs from morose to triumphant with vertiginous atmospheres, only add to the feeling that everything on Garden of Delete is teetering on Animals - Oneohtrix Point Never - Garden Of Delete brink.
Sexy Trippy Naiwniak - Instrumental - Małpa - Mówi Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.
Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date November 13, Genre Electronic. Styles Ambient. Recording Date January, - July, Recording Location Brooklyn, NY. Track Listing. Daniel Lopatin. Oneohtrix Point Never. Sticky Drama. Mutant Standard. Child of Rage.
I Bite Through It. Freaky Eyes. No Good. Intro Daniel Lopatin. Ezra Daniel Lopatin. Sticky Drama Daniel Lopatin. Mutant Standard Daniel Lopatin. Animals Daniel Lopatin. Lift Daniel Lopatin.
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