In 2014, Oneohtrix Point Never went on tour with Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden. His ‘cyberdrone’ sets obviously conflicted with the bands' arena crowds, although members of both groups appreciated his sets, so he became interested in creating music inspired by his teenage memories of both bands.
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Following yesterday's cryptic album announcement, Daniel Lopatin, aka Oneohtrix Point Never, has revealed more details of his new LP, Garden of Delete. The record now has a release date: November 13 via Warp. He's also teased the R Plus Seven follow-up with a new video called "flame," which includes a snippet of music. The record features songs called "Sticky Drama", "I Bite Through It", "Ezra", "Animals", and "Mutant Standard".
Watching Lopatin perform his new album Garden Of Delete live in London recently, it became clear how much of this experience has seeped into his Oneohtrix Point Never persona.
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 Delete, an album inspired by his adolescence and his 2014 tour with Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden.
Garden of Delete is the seventh studio album by Oneohtrix Point Never. Released on 13 November 2015 on Warp Records. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Garden of Delete is the seventh studio album by Oneohtrix Point Never.
On his latest album as Oneohtrix Point Never, Lopatin grafts hi-definition new age and IDM into these genres, while also working with nylon-stringed prog and auto-tuned radio pop. Garden Of Delete's conceptual conceit involves an imagined collaboration with an alien adolescent named Ezra and a "hypergrunge" band called Kaoss Edge. Lopatin aims to give highbrow and lowbrow genres equal footing on Garden Of Delete.