Oneohtrix Point Never has taken home the prestigious Soundtrack Award at this year’s Cannes Film Festival for his visceral original score for Good Time. Directed by Josh and Benny Safdie and starring Robert Pattinson and Jennifer Jason Leigh, the hypnotic crime thriller follows Pattinson’s Connie in a twisted odyssey through the New York underworld in a desperate attempt to get his brother out of jail (watch trailer).
Oneohtrix Point Never beat the likes of Jonny Greenwood, Jed Kurzel and Ibrahim Maalouf to take home the prize. Previous winners include Cliff Martinez for The Neon Demon (2016), Lim Giong for The Assassin (2015) and Howard Shore for Map to the Stars (2014). http://cannessoundtrack.com/en
Daniel Lopatin (Oneohtrix Point Never) and the Safdie brothers became close collaborators through a shared love of cult genre movies and music, and their level of collaboration here has a rare depth of symbiosis of picture and score. Mundane events become dramatic, montages become mini operas and Iggy Pop features on the poignant closer “The Pure And The Damned”. Good Time hits cinemas from August 11.Press on the score:“Good Time looks terrific, bringing a scrappy sheen to the Safdies’ native borough. But more essential to its tight clench is the knockout underscoring, an almost nonstop blitz of intoxicating electronica from Brooklyn-based experimental composer Daniel Lopatin, who records as Oneohtrix Point Never. Lopatin also collaborated with Iggy Pop on an original closing-credits song, aptly titled “The Pure and the Damned.” Throughout, the prog-rock synth sounds conjure echoes of the vintage films of William Friedkin, Michael Mann and perhaps a hint of Assault on Precinct 13 John Carpenter, and yet the sonic carpeting never feels derivative.” – Hollywood Reporter“It’s perfectly matched with the score provided by Oneohtrix Point Never’s Daniel Lopatin, which nods to Tangerine Dream–style VHS thriller soundtracks of yore while going someplace far more inventive and expressive than most current imitators. Lopatin’s anxious squiggles of melodies and sonic assaults give us as good a sense as any of what it feels like inside Connie’s head.” – Vulture“La bande-son elle aussi tourne le dos aux habitudes. Composée par le musicien électro Oneohtrix Point Never sur un mode qui oscille entre la prophétie de malheur et la rêverie, elle parfait la sensation de cauchemar éveillé qui finit par envahir le film.” – Le MondeGood Time movie reviews:The Hollywood Reporter / David RooneyVariety / Guy LodgeScreen International / Tim GriersonIndieWIRE / Eric KohnThe Wrap / Sam FragosoLe Monde / Thomas Sotinelhttp://www.lemonde.fr/festival
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Original Song for the Film “The Pure And The Damned” Performed by Oneohtrix Point Never featuring Iggy Pop, Courtesy of Warp Records, Iggy Pop Appears Courtesy of Thousand Mile Inc.
Oneohtrix Point Never is currently collaborating with David Byrne on Byrne’s forthcoming solo album.
Oneohtrix Point Never’s new album Garden Of Delete is out now worldwide.
“One of our generation’s most creative and forward-thinking musicians”
“absolutely gripping—strange, moving, hilarious, sometimes pushing the limits of good taste, but always in a way that makes you want to hear more.”
Pitchfork, 8.7/10 (Best New Music)
“A sound collage like no other, Garden of Delete finds Lopatin engaging listeners with an album that almost defies description.”
“veers back and forth between sections of serene glitch-folk and overbearing, distorted riffage like a manic-depressive motherboard.”
“a wholly singular and groundbreaking release that, while adhering to many past and present genre trends, seems prepared to go further in collating and collaging influences than most other electronic releases dare to go”
The 405, 9/10
“a beautifully arranged and slightly sickly morass of curdled pop tropes, out of which spurt a bodacious riff or glossy rave arpeggio. Oddly no-one does this better.”
“[Garden Of Delete] isn’t about sensory pleasure. It’s about sensory gluttony, auditory overload, and revelling in the difficulty of its pacing.”
The Line Of Best Fit, 8.5/10
“Lopatin screenshots the landscape of desire, a sketch of philo-fiction found between self-erasure and self-aggrandizement, built as a theoretical installation of denial.”
Tiny Mix Tapes, 4.5/5
Daniel Lopatin AKA Oneohtrix Point Never discusses the world of Garden Of Delete in a number of interviews,
Garden Of Delete is available to own on Double Gatefold Vinyl LP with printed inner sleeves and download card, CD with 24 page booklet in jewel case and Digital formats, as as well as to stream at:
- The new album GARDEN OF DELETE (G.O.D.) is announced for Nov 13th on Warp Records.The first full length track – I Bite Through It went live yesterday and instantly received ‘best new track’ from Pitchfork.2015 Album Showcase live dates:07/11/2015 Turin, Club2Club, Italy
08/11/2015 London, Village Underground, UK
09/11/2015 Brussels, Botanique / Orangerie, Belgium
10/11/2015 Berlin, Berghain, GermanyWe are now booking dates 18th Feb -> 27th Feb 2016 and looking at options of high profile one offs though the rest of the year for the enhanced Audio Visual live show featuring Daniel Lopatin & Nate Boyce on stage.
Oneohtrix Point Never announce massive worldwide tour throughout the coming months and summer.
Check the flyer for shows near you.
After another great year for our acts in 2013 we’re looking forward to continuing to grow and strengthen for 2014. The end of year lists contained a very strong showing from our acts, including No.1s from Jon Hopkins, Oneohtrix Point Never, and many many more. Below is an edited selection of the cream of the crop, get in touch now for festival bookings and tour dates!
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65daysofstatic : ‘Wild Light’ [Superball Music]
No. 3 in Sam Law’s (Kerrang) ‘Albums of 2013’
No. 3 in Muzik Discovery’s ‘Top 50 Albums of 2013′
No. 4 in Thrash Hits’ ‘Albums of 2013’
No. 19 in Drowned In Sound’s ‘Albums of 2013’
No. 19 in Prog Magazine’s ‘Albums of 2013’
No. 19 in Music OMH’s ‘Albums of 2013’
No. 23 in Rocksound Magazine’s ‘Albums of 2013’
No. 35 in Gigwise’s ‘Albums of 2013’
No. 78 in Louder Than War’s ‘Albums of 2013′
Included in Gigwise’s ’32 most underrated albums of 2013′ & ’30 most beautiful covers of 2013’
Autechre : ‘Exai’ [Warp Records]
No. 2 in Bleep’s ‘Artists of The Year’
No. 12 in Bleep’s ‘Best Albums’
No. 46 in FACT’s ‘The 50 Best Albums’
DJ Rashad [Hyperdub]
No. 3 in Dummy’s ‘The 10 best EPs’ for ‘Rollin”
No. 8 in Rolling Stone’s ‘20 Best Dance Albums’ for ‘Let it go’
No. 14 in Dummy’s ‘The 20 Best Albums’ for ‘Double Cup’
Dopplereffekt [Leisure System]
No. 17 in Resident Advisor’s ‘Top 50 tracks’ for ’Gene Slicing’
No. 30 in Boomkat’s ‘Top 100 Singles’ for Tetrahymena
Fuck Buttons : ‘Slow Focus’ [ATP Recordings]
No. 1 in The Skinny’s ‘The Albums of 2013’
No. 3 in RollingStone’s ‘20 Best Dance Albums’
No. 9 in Bleep’s ‘Best Albums’
No. 34 in Rough Trade’s ‘Albums of 2013’
No. 40 in NME’s ‘50 Best Albums’
Jon Hopkins : ‘Immunity’ [Domino]
No. 1 in XLR8R’s ‘Best Releases of 2013’
No. 1 in Musicexpress ‘Record Of The Year’ (Germany)
No. 1 in The Evening Standard’s ‘Best 10 Albums’
No. 1 on Triple J ‘Electronic album of the year’ (Australia)
No. 3 in Tsugi (France)
No. 3 in NME’s ‘The Best Albums’ voted by readers.
No. 4 in Rolling Stone’s ‘20 Best Dance Albums’
No. 4 in Mixmag
No. 6 in Rough Trade’s ‘Albums of 2013’
No. 7 in Time Out
No. 8 in Mondo Sonoro (Spain
No. 11 in NME’s ‘50 Best Albums of 2013’
No. 11 in The Sunday Times
No. 13 in Groove (Germany)
No. 14 in DJ Mag
No. 16 in Intro (Germany)
No. 17 in The Quietus’ ‘Albums Of 2013’
No. 18 in Resident Advisor
No. 24 in XLR8R’s ‘Best Tracks of 2013’
No. 28 in NME’s ‘Best tracks of 2013’
No. 29 in Mojo
No. 32 in Clash
No. 37 in The Guardian
No. 37 on Pitchfork
No. 16 in Resident Advisor’s ‘Top 20 Live Acts’
Laurel Halo : ‘Chance of Rain’ [Hyperdub]
No. 2 in Juno’s ‘Best of 2013: Top 25 Albums’
No. 2 in The Wire’s ‘Top 50 Releases of 2013’
No. 15 in Dummy’s ‘The 20 Best Albums of 2013’
No. 21 in The Quietus’ ‘Albums Of 2013’
No. 22 in Bleep’s ‘Best Albums of 2013’
No. 36 in FACT’s ‘The 50 Best Albums’
‘Behind the Green Door EP’ [Hyperdub]
No. 4 in Juno’s ‘Top 100 Tracks, EPs, and Singles’
No. 8 in Dummy’s ‘The 10 best EPs’
No. 15 in XLR8R’s ‘Best Releases’
No. 46 in Resident Advisor’s ‘Top 50 tracks’ for ‘Throw’
No. 20 in Resident Advisor’s ‘Top 20 Labels of 2013’
Machinedrum [Ninja Tune]
No. 6 in Bleep’s ‘Artists of The Year’
No. 16 in Bleep’s ‘Best Albums’ for ‘Vapor City’
No. 20 in XLR8R’s ‘Best Tracks’ for ‘Eyesdontlie’
Micachu & Tirzah : ‘I’m Not Dancing’ [Greco-Roman]
No. 1 in Dummy’s ‘The 10 best EPs’
Objekt : ‘Agnes Demise’ [Objekt]
No. 27 in Resident Advisor’s ‘Top 50 Tracks’
No. 41 in XLR8R’s ‘Best Tracks’
Oneohtrix Point Never : ‘R Plus Seven’ [Warp Records]
No. 1 in Bleep’s ‘Best Albums of 2013’
No. 1 in Ele-King ‘Album of the Year’ (Japan)
No. 3 in XLR8R’s ‘Best Releases of 2013’
No. 3 in SPIN’s ‘20 Best Albums of 2013’
No. 5 in Juno’s ‘Best of 2013:Top 25 Albums’
No. 6 The Wire’s ‘Top 50 Releases’
No. 18 in The Quietus’ ‘Albums Of The Year’
No. 34 in FACT’s ‘The 50 Best Albums’
No. 51 in ‘Boomkat’s Top 100 Albums’
No. 89 in Rough Trade’s ‘Albums of 2013’
No. 3 in Bleep’s ‘Artists of The Year’
Stellar OM Source : ‘Joy One Mile’ [RVNG Intl]
No. 1 in Juno’s ‘Top 25 Albums’
The Field : ‘Cupid’s Head’ [Kompakt]
No. 7 in Rolling Stone’s ‘20 Best Dance Albums’
Visionist [Leisure System / Lit City Trax]
No. 5 in Dazed & Confused ‘Best Tracks’ for ‘Pain’
No. 6 in Dummy’s ‘The 10 best EPs’ for ‘I’m Fine’
No. 8 in White Noise ‘Best EPs’ for ‘Shakes EP’
No. 15 in DJ Broadcast’s ‘Best Tracks’ for ‘Shakebite’
No. 19 in Boomkat’s ‘Top 100 Singles’ for ‘M/Secrets’
Oneohtrix Point Never’s debut album for Warp will be released on Sept 30th.
R Plus 7 is a departure from his previous work, a combination of flowing electronics, soundscapes and vocal samples – a stunning album and arguably his strongest release to date.
OPN will be performing his new live AV show in select locations through Oct / Nov.
You can also stream below “Zebra”, taken from the forthcoming album.
News just announced by Warp
We are pleased to announce the signing of Oneohtrix Point Never, and his debut release for Warp ‘R Plus Seven’ due 30th September.
“Music that gently triggers a series of images and feelings, none of which you can name and all of which seem entirely common.” – The New Yorker
Under the moniker Oneohtrix Point Never, Daniel Lopatin’s debut on Warp contains many familiarities for listeners who have followed the acclaimed electronic music composer’s development over the last 5 years, however the new record is a major departure from previous work. Lopatin’s experimental inclinations lurk behind the scenes – in the concepts and procedures he adopts to create the tracks.
‘R Plus Seven’ is disruptive and hypnotic in equal measure, and the fun of it lies in trusting Lopatin as he guides you past – and often through – a succession of walls and mirrors.
ANNOUNCED LIVE AV DATES ::
17/9/13 – Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Cathedral – Brooklyn, NY
22/9/13 – Sacrum Profanum – Kraków, PL
27/9/13 – Le Trabendo w/ Mondkopf – Paris, FR
28/9/13 – Today’s Art Festival – The Hague, NL
1/10/13 – Centre for Contemporary Arts – Glasgow, UK
3/10/13 – Islington Assembly Hall – London, UK
4/10/13 – Berghain w/ Stellar Om Source + Lorenzo Senni – Berlin, DE
5/10/13 – De Kreun – Kortrijk, BE
16/11/13 – Walker Art Center w/ Tim Hecker – Minneapolis, MN
22/11/13 – 24/11/13: ATP Weekender @ Pontins Holiday Centre – East Sussex, UK
We are now finishing the final booking for the all new OPN + live visuals by Nate Boyce show for 2013 – only remaining dates are from 20th > 30th November.
Daniel Lopatin will make a quick trip to Europe for a mini tour of collab shows with Tim Hecker and solo AV shows in April. He will play prestigious venues include Lopatin + Hecker at The Queen Elizabeth Hall, London on 30th April and also at the STUK venue in Belgium. OPN solo performances at LEV festival in Gijon and Liverpool Sound City Festival.
We are now booking touring for the new OPN AV live show for September onwards in support of a new solo album on a prestigious label..
Full April listing here ::
27/04/2013 – Hecker / Lopatin @ STUK – Leuven, BE
30/04/2013 – Hecker / Lopatin @ QEH – London, UK
02/05/2013 – Oneohtrix Point Never @ Kazimer – Liverpool, UK
03/05/2013 – Oneohtrix Point Never @ LEV Festival – Gijón, ES
Big things are going on around Oneohtrix Point Never (a.k.a. Daniel Lopatin) these times.
The 348th (2013 February) issue of The Wire magazine will see the Brooklyn synth explorer Daniel Lopatin on its cover, talking technological illusions, video game theory and cinema for the ear with The Wire’s Derek Walmsley.
In the meantime, you can stream The Fall Into Time from the magazine’s website . The release is a collection of unreleased material from Lopatin’s original Rifts sessions, and is part of the recently reissued Rifts box set. The expanded version of Rifts, originally released on No Fun in 2009, is out now on Lopatin’s own Software label as a 5xLP/3xCD set.
Daniel Lopatin aka Oneohtrix Point Never has just released his collaborative album with fellow ambient / noise experimenter Tim Hecker. Instrumental Tourist is a beautiful collection of electronic soundscapes, synth jams and droned out dream worlds.
Special Lopatin Hecker live performances are taking places in key locations around the world. Recently premiered at Poland’s Unsound festival and then at Moogfest in the U.S.
We are now working on a few more shows for spring.
After his excellent Replica album at the end of 2011 Onohtrix is currently finishing up solo material for release in the frist half of 2013 and we are now booking select live audio visual performances. On all accounts it will be another busy year for Mr Lopatin.
OPN and Boyce re-imagine the canon of modernist sculpture through hallucinatory reconstructions of works by David Smith, Jacob Epstein, and Anthony Caro, among other sculptures in MoMA’s collection. Boyce uses computer-generated imagery to transform these sculptures into kinetic apparitions that inhabit incongruous and “impossible” landscapes and architectural environments. Abetted by OPN’s sound design, Boyce reconfigures the museum setting, pulling historical art objects into a new context.
This Fall, OPN and Boyce will bring RELIQUARY HOUSE to the UK/Europe for select dates.
Contact email@example.com for booking info.
While you’re at it, check out the soundtrack he made for MEET YOUR CREATOR. Daniel composed music for a troupe of 16 quadrotors (flying robots) to dance to and manipulate sound and light at the Saacthi & Saatchi New Directors’ Showcase 2012. Watch here.