Oneohtrix Point Never – Magic Oneohtrix Point Never (2020) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz]

Oneohtrix Point Never - Magic Oneohtrix Point Never (2020) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Oneohtrix Point Never
Album: Magic Oneohtrix Point Never
Genre: Alternative, Electronic
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 47:13
Total Tracks: 17
Total Size: 930 MB


1-01. Oneohtrix Point Never – Cross Talk I (00:22)
1-02. Oneohtrix Point Never – Auto & Allo (03:21)
1-03. Oneohtrix Point Never – Long Road Home (03:32)
1-04. Oneohtrix Point Never – Cross Talk II (00:49)
1-05. Oneohtrix Point Never – I Don’t Love Me Anymore (02:54)
1-06. Oneohtrix Point Never – Bow Ecco (02:11)
1-07. Oneohtrix Point Never – The Whether Channel (06:08)
1-08. Oneohtrix Point Never – No Nightmares (04:06)
1-09. Oneohtrix Point Never – Cross Talk III (00:12)
1-10. Oneohtrix Point Never – Tales from the Trash Stratum (03:28)
1-11. Oneohtrix Point Never – Answering Machine (00:58)
1-12. Oneohtrix Point Never – Imago (03:48)
1-13. Oneohtrix Point Never – Cross Talk IV / Radio Lonelys (01:08)
1-14. Oneohtrix Point Never – Lost But Never Alone (04:18)
1-15. Oneohtrix Point Never – Shifting (01:54)
1-16. Oneohtrix Point Never – Wave Idea (03:21)
1-17. Oneohtrix Point Never – Nothing’s Special (04:37)

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The end of 2019 was soundtracked by one of the most unanimously critically acclaimed film scores of recent history, an anxiety-driven joyride paired to the Safdie Brothers’ noir thriller Uncut Gems. Unknowingly, Lopatin captured a universal feeling of dread that cuts even deeper in the current state of world affairs. And now, just as many artists are leaning into a newly discovered darkness as this year closes, Lopatin turns his dial towards a frequency of profound self-awareness on an even deeper journey inwards towards peace. With the backdrop of re-imagined programming for a soft rock-era format that symbolically spans from morning drive into late night hours, Magic Oneohtrix Point Never, the name a reference to a misheard play on words of Boston’s Magic 106.7, is a nostalgic and self-referential career defining body of work, collaging maximalist baroque within atmospheric glitter. Here Lopatin has mastered his own autobiography; an ornate musical double entendre from an artist making the most enlightened music of his career.
After Age Of in 2018 then his remarkable soundtrack to the Netflix film Uncut Gems, New-Yorker Daniel Lopatin aka Oneohtrix Point Never has released a staggered album (three tracks on Drive Time Suite and then five more on Midday Suite before the release of the complete product), a strange approach for such a conceptual work. Magic Oneohtric Point Never (which references the Boston radio which inspired it, Magic 106.7 FM) is a somewhat distorted reflection of the artist’s adolescence. A record which gives its listener the impression of continually changing frequencies on a car radio, a collage of jingles and presenter announcements that are superimposed with twisting violins and sonars. There are also songs on this record, good ones, like ultra-lo-fi pop/folk of Lost But Never Alone, the ballad made up entirely of blips The Whether Channel, the futuristic new wave I Don’t Love Me Anymore and also No Nightmres, an alt-pop ballad featuring the synthesised voice of The Weeknd. Rife with emotion, introspection, abstraction, manifesto and hidden meaning, with Magic, Oneohtrix Point Never has created an entirely surrealist work of art. – Smaël Bouaici

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