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Oneohtrix Point Never Teases New Album
Christian Eede , August 18th, 2015 15:51

Daniel Lopatin appears to confirm the release of a new Oneohtrix Point Never album for November

g.o.d. flame from Warp Records on Vimeo.

UPDATE: Warp have now confirmed the release of Garden of Delete for November 13 confirming track titles such as ‘Sticky Drama’, ‘Ezra’, ‘I Bite Through It’, ‘Animals’ and ‘Mutant Standard’. There is now a teaser video for the album too, which you can watch above. The confirmation also comes with a quote from Lopatin: "I originally intended on this project painting some troubled pictures of pop music, but as it emerged I realised it turned into a self-portrait.” Full release format details and more information will follow.

Earlier this afternoon, Daniel Lopatin, aka Oneohtrix Point Never, tweeted a link to a website containing a cryptic PDF laden with various pieces of information including a rather amusing questionnaire. That questionnaire links to a blog which contains posts dating back as far as 1994. Within these posts is an interview between Lopatin and an alien collaborator called Ezra which appears to confirm a new album set for release in November.

The excerpt reads: “The record is finished. I’ve spent most of the summer thinking about how I want to present it. I started writing in January, and wrapped up in July. It’ll be out in November. It’s called Garden of Delete or G.O.D. for short. The R thing is over.” Within the website, there are various Warp Records logos which appears to confirm that the relationship between the two established with the release of 2013’s R Plus Seven will continue. Expect more information and official release confirmation soon.

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