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Oneohtrix Point Never Talks His 13 Favourite Albums
Rory Gibb , November 18th, 2011 06:43

Following the release of his best full-length so far Replica, Daniel Lopatin, the mind behind Oneohtrix Point Never and one half of Ford & Lopatin, takes us through his 13 favourite albums. Click the image at the bottom to begin.

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Tom Recchion - Chaotica
Ton Recchion was a leading member of the L.A. Free Music Society and this is his 1996 album. He is somewhat overlooked in conversations pertaining to 20th century experimental sound people, which is unfortunate because the material on Chaotica is some of the most beautiful tape music (and best synth music) out there, and it has had a lasting affect on me. 'Enormous Horses' has almost a proto [William Basinski's] Disintegration Loops or Caretaker vibe to it, with its microsleep induced engorged pedals going in and out of focus ad infinitum. Drooooool.


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