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Artist: ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER
Title: Zones Without People
Format: LP
Label: Arbor
Country: USA
Price: $15.00
"Daniel Lopatins Oneohtrix Point Never represents a rift in time; an isolationist expedition into the archaeology of sound, notably the analog polysynth as a means of organic creation. �??Zones Without People�?� is the second record in the OPN trilogy; acting as a bridge between the drifting, alien compositions of �??Betrayed in The Octagon�?� and a music more rooted in melody and introspective nostalgia as a search for self. An exercise in �??in between-ness: reconciling noise and melodicism, the stasis of drone and the spasomadic nature of concret, the historical narrative of 70s Kraut synth music and 80s techno. Arpeggios and sequencers play a key role in this amalgamation, as these forms of repetition create an attachment to a certain sentiment neither human nor machine. The record reflects this transformation; the A Side has distinct emotional flourishes, while the majority of the B Side seems to be overtaken in cold, mechanized melodies (like attempts at teaching a machine to feel). The final track �??Hyperdawn�?� is a solution to these two disparate modes of interpreting stimuli: a pure union of veins and patch cables." - Arbor.
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Artist: ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER
Title: Returnal
Format: LP
Label: Editions Mego
Country: Austria
Price: $22.00
"Gatefold LP version. Returnal is the fourth album from Daniel Lopatins Oneohtrix Point Never project, after Betrayed In The Octagon (Deception Island, 2007), Zones Without People (Arbor, 2009) and Russian Mind (No Fun, 2009). All 3 albums being superbly compiled on the Rifts double CD set (No Fun, 2009). It sees Lopatin fine-tune his craft for the creation of deep atmospheres and textures even further. Starting off with the mind-blowing triptych of "Nil Admiari"/"Describing Bodies"/"Stress Waves," which fires off into a noise/rhythm excess before entering a zone of relative calm, building to the melancholy of the final part. This sets the tone perfectly for the albums title track, a stunning, out-of-this-world ballad featuring Lopatins near-desperate vocal delivery, ending what could be seen as one of his most chilling and thought-provoking sides to-date. The atmosphere is slightly lifted as the darkened sun comes up over the ruins on "Pelham Island Road" and "Where Does Time Go," with the album closing with edgy broken beats and the fourth-world possible landscapes of "Preyouandi," which fades into the distance with echoes of the "Returnal" chorus closing the loop. Whats burnt into memory here is Lopatins love affair with the long, slow path back home... the cycle... the hypnotic sector... the ghost in the machine... and whether people are making dance music or hip-hop or space head-music or metal, the ouroboros is present in every sector -- as it was in Bachs study, and in the elephant songs of the Ituri forests. Instrumentation: Akai AX-60, Roland Juno-60, Roland MSQ-700, Korg Electribe ES-1, Voice. Recorded using a personal computer. Mastered by James Plotkin. Tape-op & additional engineering by Al Carlson. Awesome spot-varnished cover design by Stephen OMalley." - Editions Mego.

Artist: ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER
Title: Returnal
Format: CD
Label: Editions Mego
Country: Austria
Price: $16.00
"Returnal is the fourth album from Daniel Lopatins Oneohtrix Point Never project, after Betrayed In The Octagon (Deception Island, 2007), Zones Without People (Arbor, 2009) and Russian Mind (No Fun, 2009). All 3 albums being superbly compiled on the Rifts double CD set (No Fun, 2009). It sees Lopatin fine-tune his craft for the creation of deep atmospheres and textures even further. Starting off with the mind-blowing triptych of "Nil Admiari"/"Describing Bodies"/"Stress Waves," which fires off into a noise/rhythm excess before entering a zone of relative calm, building to the melancholy of the final part. This sets the tone perfectly for the albums title track, a stunning, out-of-this-world ballad featuring Lopatins near-desperate vocal delivery, ending what could be seen as one of his most chilling and thought-provoking sides to-date. The atmosphere is slightly lifted as the darkened sun comes up over the ruins on "Pelham Island Road" and "Where Does Time Go," with the album closing with edgy broken beats and the fourth-world possible landscapes of "Preyouandi," which fades into the distance with echoes of the "Returnal" chorus closing the loop. Whats burnt into memory here is Lopatins love affair with the long, slow path back home... the cycle... the hypnotic sector... the ghost in the machine... and whether people are making dance music or hip-hop or space head-music or metal, the ouroboros is present in every sector -- as it was in Bachs study, and in the elephant songs of the Ituri forests. CD digipack packaging. Instrumentation: Akai AX-60, Roland Juno-60, Roland MSQ-700, Korg Electribe ES-1, Voice. Recorded using a personal computer. Mastered by James Plotkin. Tape-op & additional engineering by Al Carlson. Design by Stephen OMalley." -Editions Mego

Artist: ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER
Title: Returnal
Format: LP
Label: Editions Mego
Country: Austria
Price: $20.00
"2011 repress; gatefold LP version. Returnal is the fourth album from Daniel Lopatins Oneohtrix Point Never project, after Betrayed In The Octagon (Deception Island, 2007), Zones Without People (Arbor, 2009) and Russian Mind (No Fun, 2009). All 3 albums being superbly compiled on the Rifts double CD set (No Fun, 2009). It sees Lopatin fine-tune his craft for the creation of deep atmospheres and textures even further. Starting off with the mind-blowing triptych of "Nil Admiari"/"Describing Bodies"/"Stress Waves," which fires off into a noise/rhythm excess before entering a zone of relative calm, building to the melancholy of the final part. This sets the tone perfectly for the albums title track, a stunning, out-of-this-world ballad featuring Lopatins near-desperate vocal delivery, ending what could be seen as one of his most chilling and thought-provoking sides to-date. The atmosphere is slightly lifted as the darkened sun comes up over the ruins on "Pelham Island Road" and "Where Does Time Go," with the album closing with edgy broken beats and the fourth-world possible landscapes of "Preyouandi," which fades into the distance with echoes of the "Returnal" chorus closing the loop. Whats burnt into memory here is Lopatins love affair with the long, slow path back home... the cycle... the hypnotic sector... the ghost in the machine... and whether people are making dance music or hip-hop or space head-music or metal, the ouroboros is present in every sector -- as it was in Bachs study, and in the elephant songs of the Ituri forests. Instrumentation: Akai AX-60, Roland Juno-60, Roland MSQ-700, Korg Electribe ES-1, Voice. Recorded using a personal computer. Mastered by James Plotkin. Tape-op & additional engineering by Al Carlson. Awesome spot-varnished cover design by Stephen OMalley." -Editions Mego

Artist: ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER
Title: Rifts
Format: Double CD
Label: No Fun
Country: USA
Price: $16.00
"Oneohtrix Point Nevers Rifts trilogy comprises Daniel Lopatins first three full length records - Betrayed in the Octagon, Zones Without People, and Russian Mind. The Rifts trilogy travels from the outside-in, beginning with the dark space sonatas of Octagon, down through the mechanized vistas of Zones and completing itself with the haunting electronic animus of Russian Mind. This journey is underscored with a natural growth which sees Lopatin developing his unabashed worship of the analog poly-synth as a free standing musical apparatus towards a fully realized OPN world of sound; at once incorporating synth prog, modern noise, early techno, drone, minimalism and computer music. With Rifts it is possible to zoom out on the OPN project and recognize Lopatin as both an auteur and alchemist; achieving a signature sound while drawing on a buried history of electronic music. The double disc includes all 3 albums in its entirety (originally released on limited edition vinyl only) as well as selections from rare and out of print cassette and CD-R releases, with recordings spanning as far back as 2003. Fully re-mastered for digital audio by James Plotkin, art by Tom Scholefield." -No Fun
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Artist: ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER
Title: Russian Mind
Format: LP
Label: No Fun
Country: USA
Price: $16.00
"Ranscribed by the Material Eye Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Universitetskaya nab. 1, St. Petersburg, 199034, Russia. 6 baseless marble pillars not yet completed, covered in white strata against the backdrop of a simple three-dimensional plane with soft edges. 1. Synesthesia outside venue. 2. If you lived here, youd be home right now. 3. Lopatin designs preset "Prismata" ascribed to Trujillo, 2003 and goes downstairs for air. 4. He comes from a long line of shovelers 5. Life On An International Space Station video 32min / falls asleep. 6. An astronaut beyond his prime and no longer able to carry out his fathers work rests in a hospital bed in a room on the east wing of a orbiting infirmary, facing a window overlooking a grove of holographic birch trees. Hums." -No Fun.
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Artist: ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER
Title: Betrayed In The Octagon
Format: LP
Label: Software
Country: USA
Price: $18.00
"2012s Rifts compiled Oneohtrix Point Nevers (aka Daniel Lopatin) first three full albums alongside a crop of rare and out-of-print CDR and cassette material in a deluxe, five LP vinyl box set. Following the success of this sold-out one-time release, we are pleased to present all five LPs for sale individually. Each LP includes a digital download code. Betrayed in the Octagon was originally released on cassette by Deception Island in 2007. Subsequently released on LP in an edition of 300 copies by No Fun Productions, March 2009." -Software.

Artist: ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER
Title: Drawn and Quartered
Format: LP
Label: Software
Country: USA
Price: $18.00
"A selection of rarities from 2008-2009. Track one originally released on an OPN/Outer Space split CS (Arbor, 2009). Track two originally released on Ruined Lives CS (Young Tapes, 2008). Track three and four originally released on Transmat Memories CS (Taped Sounds 2008). Track five and six originally released on A Pact Between Strangers CDR (Gneiss Things, 2008). Track seven originally released on Young Beidnahga CDR (Ruralfuane, 2009). Includes a digital download code." -Software.

Artist: ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER
Title: Replica
Format: LP
Label: Software
Country: USA
Price: $19.00
"Replica is an electronic song cycle based around audio procured from TV ad compilations. These sample-based meditations are as lyrical as they are ecological, featuring re-purposed ghost vocals which serve as narration for Lopatins signature amorphous, ambient passages. Lopatins Juno-60 is still prominent, but Returnals placid, synthetic surroundings are accelerated through darker, more unpredictable terrains via Lopatins use of samplers, analog filtering, tape-op, piano, plate reverb and sub-bass. The result is a heightened sense of music as part and parcel of an overall sonic terrain." -Software.
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Artist: ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER
Title: Rifts
Format: 5 LP Box Set
Label: Software
Country: USA
Price: $70.00
"Rifts compiles Oneohtrix Point Nevers (aka Daniel Lopatin) first three full albums - Betrayed in the Octagon, Zones Without People, and Russian Mind - alongside a crop of rare and out-of-print CDRs and cassette material in a deluxe, five LP vinyl box set. Rifts travels from the outside-in, beginning with the dark space sonatas ofOctagon, through the mechanized vistas of Zones Without People and completing itself with the haunting electronic animus of Russian Mind. This journey is underscored with a natural growth which sees Lopatin developing his unabashed worship of the polysynth as a free standing musical apparatus towards a fully realized OPN world of sound; at once incorporating synth prog, modern noise, early techno, drone, minimalism and computer music. With Rifts it is possible to zoom out on the OPN project and recognize Lopatin as both an auteur and alchemist; achieving a signature sound while drawing on a buried history of electronic music. The vinyl box set is a one-time edition of 1000 copies, each of the 5 LPs packaged in individual jackets and housed in a deluxe slipcase." - Software.
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Artist: ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER
Title: The Fall Into Time
Format: LP
Label: Software
Country: USA
Price: $18.00
"A selection of rarities from 2009. Tracks one and six originally released on KGB Nights/Blue Drive CS (Catholic Tapes, 2009). Track two recorded at Issue Project Room, April 21, 2009, originally released on Scenes with Curved Objects CS (Utmarken, 2009). Tracks three and five originally released on Caboladies/Oneohtrix Point Never split CS (NNA Tapes, 2009). Track four aired on Rare Frequency, WZBC 90.3 FM on July 23, 2009, originally released on Scenes with Curved Objects CS (Utmarken, 2009). Includes a digital download code." -Software.

Artist: ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER
Title: Zones Without People
Format: LP
Label: Software
Country: USA
Price: $18.00
"Zones Without People was originally released on LP in two editions of 500 by Arbor, August 2009." Includes digital download code." "Arpeggios and sequencers play a key role in this amalgamation, as these forms of repetition create an attachment to a certain sentiment neither human nor machine. The record reflects this transformation; the A Side has distinct emotional flourishes, while the majority of the B Side seems to be overtaken in cold, mechanized melodies; attempts at teaching a machine to feel. The final track, Hyperdawn, is a solution to these two disparate modes of interpreting stimuli: a pure union of veins and patch cables." -Arbor.

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