Oneohtrix Point Never
|Oneohtrix Point Never|
Oneohtrix Point Never
|Birth name||Daniel Lopatin|
|Origin||Wayland, Massachusetts, U.S.A.|
|Genres||Electronic, drone, ambient, experimental, plunderphonics|
|Labels||No Fun, Editions Mego, Software Recording Co., Warp|
|Associated acts||Tim Hecker + Daniel Lopatin, Ford & Lopatin|
Oneohtrix Point Never is the recording name of Brooklyn-based experimental musician Daniel Lopatin. Lopatin's music has been described as "gentle eddies of sound", and "like a cracked mirror refracting the sounds of the past". Lopatin is a first-generation American, the son of Jewish immigrants from the former Soviet Union.
In 2013, Lopatin signed with Warp Records. His label debut, R Plus Seven, was released September 30, 2013. He also is responsible for writing the score of the movie The Bling Ring together with Brian Reitzell. Additionally, two of his songs appear on the movie's soundtrack, them being Ouroboros (credited as Oneohtrix Point Never, previously released on Returnal) and Bling Ring Suite (credited as Brian Reitzell and Daniel Lopatin).
- Rifts (2009, No Fun)
- Returnal (2010, Editions Mego)
- Replica (2011, Mexican Summer/Software Recording Co.)
- oneohtrix point never/rene hell (split disk) (2012, nnatapes.com)
- Instrumental Tourist (2012, Software Recording Co., with Tim Hecker)
- R Plus Seven (2013, Warp Records)
- The Bling Ring (2013)
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- ATP: All Tomorrow's Parties
- “Pratt 125: Making History.” retrieved from http://alumni.pratt.edu/s/1143/index.aspx?sid=1143&gid=1&pgid=407 on September 29, 2012.
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