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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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Brian Eno - Discreet Music
The three variations on Pachelbel's Canon are all pretty great, but for me the highlight is what happens on 'Fullness Of The Wind'. The loop logic is impeccable and simple and unfolds in time in a heartbreaking way. Cosmic drool with no awkward Eastern affectation. All Whindam Hill records 1975-1985 should be re-tracked through multi tape delay, perhaps that is the purpose of all that emotionally sterile winter music. And III, eeeIII will always love drooling.


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