YVES TUMOR SAFE IN THE HANDS OF LOVE NEW ALBUM ANNOUNCED OUT NOW

September 5th, 2018

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(Toronto, ON – September 5, 2018) – Earlier today Yves Tumor dropped a debut album on Warp Records, Safe In The Hands of Love. The album is out immediately on Digital and

Streaming and available as a 2LP and CD on Oct 12th.

Safe In The Hands of Love was introduced via a handful of drops including “Noid” (Pitchfork Best New Track), a Daniel Sannwald-directed video “Licking An Orchid (ft James K)” and “Lifetime” a psychedelic pop ballad premiered by Zane Lowe as a ‘World First’ on Beats 1. Safe In The Hands of Love follows 2016′s Serpent Music.

Yves Tumor was recently announced as lead support to Blood Orange on a series of dates in the US in September.

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Words on “Noid”:

“Yves Tumor’s ability to flip between two opposing Jekyll-and-Hyde personas is one of the most intriguing parts of his artistry; his live shows are brutally dark and visceral assaults while his recorded music trends towards wistful, gentle introspection.” - FACT Singles Club July 2018

“A beautiful new strain of pop darkness only Tumor could conjure up.” – Pitchfork Best New Track July 2018

YVES TUMOR LIVE

WED 9/26 New York, NY Central Park Summerstage *

THU 9/27 Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore Philadelphia *

FRI 9/28 Washington, DC Lincoln Theatre *

MON 10/01 Toronto, ON Danforth Music Hall *

TUE 10/02 Toronto, ON Danforth Music Hall *

FRI 10/05 Warsaw, PL Avant Art

SAT 10/06 Prague. CZ Lunchmeat Festival

SUN 10/14 Atlanta, GA Afropunk Festival

THU 11/08 Utrecht, NL Le Guess Who Festival

SAT 11/10 Barcelona, ES Mira Festival

* with Blood Orange


LINDI ORTEGA’S ACOUSTIC LIBERTY PARKHILL SESSIONS EP OUT TOMORROW

August 23rd, 2018

LISTEN TO LIBERTY PARKHILL SESSIONS EP HERE

WATCH AND SHARE LIBERTY PARKHILL SESSIONS EP TRAILER HERE

TOUR DATES CONTINUE AUG 25

“a triumphant curio” – The Guardian

“high-plains drama” – Pitchfork

“Ortega’s musical composition revels in an outlaw spirit …” –  9/10 Exclaim!

“Ortega’s ‘country gothic noir’ persona comes out of the gate breathing the fire of an Ennio Morricone instrumental and hits the ground running into a David Lynchian landscape as if traveled by Kate Bush” – No Depression

“Lindi Ortega’s Demon-Slaying Country Can Conquer All Hardships” – VICE Noisey

“Impossible to ignore” – Rolling Stone Country

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“Genre-defying” (NPR All Things Considered), Lindi Ortega releases her three-song acoustic Liberty Parkhill Sessions everywhere tomorrow, August 24. Recorded at the Parkhill Studios in Calgary, the stripped-down, three-song session includes a duet with fellow Canadian-born country artist Corb Lund.

LISTEN TO LIBERTY PARKHILL SESSIONS EP HERE

WATCH AND SHARE LIBERTY PARKHILL SESSIONS EP TRAILER HERE

Released earlier this year, Ortega’s 12-track Liberty is “a cinematic journey” (NPR Weekend Edition) within itself, celebrating a three-part walk through darkness into freedom. It was hailed as “a reflection of American culture” (NPR All Songs Considered), and offered “ample echoes of Ennio Morricone, Willie Nelson and Dolly Parton” (New York Times).

Lindi Ortega has recently opened for the likes of Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, Chris Stapleton, Dwight Yoakam, Kenny Rogers and more. For tickets and more information, please visit https://www.lindiortega.com.

LIBERTY PARKHILL SESSIONS TRACKLIST

01 Forever Blue

02 The Comeback Kid

03 Lovers In Love (feat. Corb Lund)

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LINDI ORTEGA ON TOUR

Aug. 25 / Jam in the Trees / Black Mountain, NC

Sept. 7 – 9 / Sisters Folk Festival / Sisters, OR

Sept. 13 / Festival of Small Halls 2018 / Tamworth, ON

Sept. 13 – 16 / Supercrawl Festival 2018 / Hamilton, ON

Sept. 14 / The Hayloft Dancehall / Picton, ON

Sept. 15 /  Cityfolk Festival 2018 / Ottawa, ON

Sept. 18 / Beachland Tavern / Cleveland, OH

Sept. 19 / The Ark / Ann Arbor, MI

Sept. 21 / Cultivate Festival 2018 / Port Hope, ON

Sept. 22 / The B Side / Fort Wayne, IN

Sept. 23 / Holler on the Hill 2018 / Indianapolis, IN

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HEAR NEW IDLES TRACK “GREAT”

August 14th, 2018

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UPCOMING DATES IN TORONTO, MONTREAL AND VANCOUVER

TORONTO, ON – August 14, 2018 - IDLES have shared a new song off their upcoming LP Joy as an Act of Resistance,’ out 8/31 via Partisan. “Great” is a pro-immigration black comedy (“Islam didn’t eat your hamster/change isn’t a crime”) as well as a scathing confrontation of the Brexit/Trump era. The song’s accompanied by a music video (dir. by Theo Watkins), listen + watch here and feel free to share: idles.lnk.to/great/youtube.

Singer Joe Talbot says of the track: “Let us go forward with open minds and open hearts into that fuck off fire we’ve started. No blame, no hate. Just love.”

Joy as an Act of Resistance bluntly addresses everything from toxic masculinity, immigration, racism, nationalism + more. The band are able to channel those weighty subjects though pure positivity and even biting humor. Stereogum praised, “IDLES seem to be the sort of band who transcend corniness by virtue of conviction and intensity. In their hands, clichés are more like blunt weapons.”

IDLES are on the cover of this month’s DIY Magazine  (“No hyperbole needed; IDLES are the most important band we have right now.”), and will soon launch their first ever North American headline tour. Full routing here that includes stops in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. : https://www.idlesband.com/

“Colossus”
Danny Nedelko
“Samaritans”

IDLES 2018 North American Tour:

Sep 14 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall

Sep 16 – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups

Sep 17 – Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace

Sep 18 – Montreal, QC – Theatre Fairmount

Sep 20 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall

Sep 22 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg *SOLD OUT

Sep 24 – Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church

Sep 25 – Washington, DC – Rock & Roll Hotel

Sep 27 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade

Sep 28 – Nashville, TN – The High Watt

Sep 29 – St. Louis, MO – Blueberry Hill Duck Room

Oct 1 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge

Oct 4 – Vancouver, BC – The Rickshaw Theatre

Oct 5 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge

Oct 6 – Seattle, WA – Sunset Tavern *SOLD OUT

Oct 8 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent

Oct 10 – Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom

More info:
http://www.idlesband.com

https://www.facebook.com/idlesband

https://twitter.com/idlesband

https://www.instagram.com/idlesband


YVES TUMOR NEW SINGLE “NOID” OUT NOW

July 25th, 2018

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TORONTO, ON – July 25, 2018 -  Yves Tumor? Try to unravel, and the dimensions and personas spill out like the cracked and warped contents of a grotesquely beautiful matryoshka doll. A gothic soundscape auteur? Details are scant, so the music does most of the talking… except the scarce occasion when Yves offers a few words: “A lot of people are confused about my actual whereabouts, but that’s OK,” posited in a rare interview from last year.

To see Yves Tumor step upon a stage is to be thrashed by a howling cyberpunk fiend – yet filter the recorded output and be treated to a kaleidoscopic union of classic songwriting and lobotomized sound experiments.  The duality unveils subtly but hints and images can be parsed from music and lyrics, giving that impression that on experience and listen it just might be possible that everything will come perfectly into focus.

This huge and contorted pop masterpiece called ‘Noid’ is diabolically rowdy, yet absolute in it’s crepuscular message of contemporary dread. It also seems the perfect place to start……

LISTEN NOW 

https://howilearnedtolovetheindiestry.lnk.to/Noid

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HEAR NEW IDLES TRACK “SAMARITANS”

July 25th, 2018

 

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TORONTO, ON – July 25, 2018 -  IDLES have shared a searing takedown of toxic masculinity entitled “Samaritans,” along with music video (directed by Theo Watkins) that compiles archival clips skewing traditional masculine imagery. Fader called the track “one of their most confrontational songs to date,” listen/watch here and feel free to share: https://youtu.be/si2pZRifgIo

Speaking to the song’s message, frontman Joe Talbot says:

There’s been a long line of bullshit that has pushed men into a corner, where simple masking becomes a trope of masculinity and a catalyst for insanity. What we wear, what we eat, what razor we use, high performance chewing gum, go faster shampoo, how we treat women, how we treat ourselves, how we die. I truly believe that masculinity has gone from an evolution of cultural praxis to a disease. I wanted to encourage a conversation about gender roles by writing this song.

“Samaritans” is off IDLES’ upcoming LP Joy as an Act of Resistance. – out 8/31 on Partisan and mixed by Nick Launay and Adam “Atom” Greenspan (Arcade Fire, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Kate Bush). Last week Greg Kot of Sound Opinions featured another album highlight, pro-immigration anthem “Danny Nedelko,“ while calling the band “one of the great forthcoming bands in the world because of what they’re saying in their songs and how they’re saying it.”

IDLES will tour the US for the first time ever this fall, and they’ll be coming north for a few Canadian dates including Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. North American dates below, Full routing here: https://www.idlesband.com/

IDLES 2018 North American Tour
Sep 14 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall
Sep 16 – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups
Sep 17 – Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace
Sep 18 – Montreal, QC – Theatre Fairmount
Sep 20 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
Sep 22 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg *SOLD OUT
Sep 24 – Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church
Sep 25 – Washington, DC – Rock & Roll Hotel
Sep 27 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
Sep 28 – Nashville, TN – The High Watt
Sep 29 – St. Louis, MO – Blueberry Hill Duck Room
Oct 1 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge
Oct 4 – Vancouver, BC – The Rickshaw Theatre
Oct 5 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge
Oct 6 – Seattle, WA – Sunset Tavern *SOLD OUT
Oct 8 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent
Oct 10 – Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom

 

More info:
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https://www.facebook.com/idlesband

https://twitter.com/idlesband

https://www.instagram.com/idlesband

 


ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER DEBUTS TWO NEW VIDEOS FOR “THE STATION” AND “WE’LL TAKE IT”

July 23rd, 2018

THE STATION EP FEATURING THREE NEW OPN SONGS & EXCLUSIVE WE’LL TAKE IT VINYL 12″ & T-SHIRT BUNDLE OUT JULY 27

UPCOMING LIVE MYRIAD SHOWS AT LA’S DISNEY CONCERT HALL, TOKYO & PARIS, WITH NEWLY ADDED DATES AT RED BULL MUSIC FESTIVAL BERLIN & ROUNDHOUSE IN LONDON

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TORONTO, ON – July 23, 2018 - Today, Oneohtrix Point Never (Daniel Lopatin) releases two new videos for “The Station” and “We’ll Take It” ahead of the release of The Station EP and exclusive We’ll Take It 12″ (out July 27th). Lopatin describes these works as “two tales from the excess/bondage cusp.”

Watch the video for ‘The Station’ – directed and animated by Daylen Seu, known for her work with Jeff Witscher on “GAWI” as well as collaborations with Why Be, Musica Jao, and DDOOGG Experimental-Comics Press – here: https://opn.lnk.to/Station-videoPR

 

The video for “We’ll Take It” – directed by longtime OPN collaborator Nate Boyce and Last Renaissance -  includes elements of characters by Boyce that were also featured in live visuals for Oneohtrix Point Never’s acclaimed MYRIAD performances. Watch the video for ‘We’ll Take It” here: https://opn.lnk.to/WTI-videoPR

 

These videos follow the acclaimed release of Oneohtrix Point Never’s Age Of - deemed “an absolutely necessary front-to-back listen” by The Fader and “brain-bending” by Rolling Stone - and OPN’s immersive, sold-out MYRIAD concerts at NYC’s Park Avenue Armory and The Barbican in London. After garnering rave reviews from The New York Times and a rare Five-Star live review from The Guardian, OPN continues to take his MYRIAD concertscape to new cities, with shows upcoming at Los Angeles’ prestigious Disney Concert Hall, Tokyo’s O-East and Paris’ 104 Centquatre. OPN has also added new dates at Red Bull Music Festival Berlin on September 20th and at the hallowed Roundhouse in London on March 8th 2018. Myriad At The Roundhouse will see the next evolution of the incredible live performance, with special guests to be announced, and more. Tickets will be on sale from Friday July 27th.

 

VIDEO CREDITS:

‘The Station’ -

MUSIC BY: Oneohtrix Point Never

DIRECTED AND ANIMATED BY: Daylen Seu

POST-PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: Eno Swinnen

 

‘We’ll Take It’ -

MUSIC BY: Oneohtrix Point Never

DIRECTED BY: Nate Boyce and Last Renaissance

CONCEPT BY: Oneohtrix Point Never and Nate Boyce

 

THE STATION EP (Digital, Streaming)

TheStation

1. The Station

2. Monody

3. Blow by Blow

4. Trance 1

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WE’LL TAKE IT EP (12″)

 WellTakeIt

A1 We’ll Take It

A2 Monody

AA1 Blow by Blow

AA2 Trance 1

(Download hi-res art)

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Age Of Tracklist

  01 Age Of

  02 Babylon

  03 Manifold

  04 The Station

  05 Toys 2

  06 Black Snow

  07 myriad.industries

  08 Warning

  09 We’ll Take It

  10 Same

  11 RayCats

  12 Still Stuff That Doesn’t Happen

  13 Last Known Image of a Song

OPN – MYRIAD LIVE

Sept. 12 – Tokyo, Japan @ O-East

Sept.  20 – Berlin, Germany @ Saal 1, Funkhaus for Red Bull Music Festival Berlin

Sept.24 – Paris, France @ 104 Centquatre Presented by Red Bull Music Festival Paris

Oct. 22  – Los Angeles, CA, USA @ Disney Concert Hall

Mar. 8 – London, UK @ Roundhouse

More dates tba

Oneohtrix Point Never On The Web

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GAIKA WATCH VIDEO FOR SOPHIE CO-PRODUCED “IMMIGRANTS SONS (PESOS &GAS)”

July 11th, 2018

DEBUT ALBUM BASIC VOLUME OUT JULY 27TH DIGITALLY VIA WARP RECORDS 

PHYSICAL TO BE RELEASED SEPTEMBER 28TH

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TORONTO, ON – July 11, 2018 - GAIKA has shared the cinematic new video for new track ‘Immigrant Sons (Pesos & Gas)’, taken from his forthcoming debut album BASIC VOLUME, out digitally on July 27 via Warp Records. Watch now on YouTube.

Produced by GAIKA and SOPHIE, ‘Immigrant Sons (Pesos & Gas)’ is a rallying cry that pushes the Brixton artist’s sound into new melodic territories, whilst maintaining the progressive edge on which he’s made his name. Directed by ‘Crown & Key’ video director Paco Raterta, the ‘Immigrant Sons’ urgent and startling visuals reflect the fresh sonic palette of the track.

GAIKA’s boundary pushing debut album BASIC VOLUME takes its name from the company that belonged to his late father. GAIKA says “BASIC VOLUME takes its name of from my fathers maroon technology. It is the science he taught me before he left this world. It is the poetry we grew under and were made strong by its force. With this knowledge I fought until my hands bled, propelled into combat by the god of metals. It’s all true, I nearly lost my heart to angry memories, waking dreams of burnt out laboratories and dead friends. I am this chemistry and it is I and so I wrote it here. BASIC VOLUME is collection of alchemical parables for all the Immigrants who wander the earth in search of themselves”.

GAIKA will celebrate the release of BASIC VOLUME with series of new live dates, including a sold out show at Peckham’s Tola on September 26th. A second London show has been announced for September 25th. See below for a full list of shows. Tickets are available now.

GAIKA has also curated SYSTEM, an evocative art installation at Somerset House Studios telling the history of sound system culture in London commissioned by Boiler Room. SYSTEM challenges the media perception of Carnival by showcasing a fair representation of the stories, characters, statistics and under celebrated sound system culture at Carnival and beyond. It forms part of a wider campaign from Boiler Room to celebrate the positive cultural impact of migration. This will take place from 1 August and run until 26 August

BASIC VOLUME is available digitally on 27th July. GAIKA can now announce that the album will be released on vinyl and CD on the 28th September and available to preorder now.

GAIKA tour dates – https://gaika.warp.net/live

15th July, Dour Festival, Dour BEL

19th August, Lowlands Festival, Bigginhuizen NL

25th September, Tola, London UK

26th September, Tola, London UK SOLD OUT

11th October, Acca, Brighton UK

19th October, IFF, Brussels BEL

3rd November,  Spill Festival UK

11th November, Le Guess Who? Festival, Utrecht NL

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GAIKA DEBUT ALBUM BASIC VOLUME OUT JULY 27 VIA WARP RECORDS

June 6th, 2018


WATCH VIDEO FOR “CROWN AND KEY” 

 https://gaika.lnk.to/CK-video-Youtube

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TORONTO, ON – June 6th, 2018 - GAIKA presents his debut album, BASIC VOLUME, after captivating listeners with a blistering pair of acclaimed, self-released mixtapes Machine and Security and Warp-released EPs SPAGHETTO and The Spectacular Empire. Now GAIKA’s darkly magnetic blend of gothic dancehall and industrial electronics has expanded into his most far-reaching work yet.

BASIC VOLUME is a sprawling yet cohesive album that devours genres and spits them out, tangled around personal tales of love, loss and rebellion. With BASIC VOLUME,GAIKA continues to simultaneously push the boundaries of electronic music and the legacy of the UK’s indelible soundsystem culture, inviting listeners into a sonic world of his creation. The 15 track collection is co-produced by GAIKA, with additional production from similarly forward thinking contemporaries, including SOPHIE, Dutch E Germ, Dre Skull and DADRAS, Aart as well as previous collaborators including Jam City, Nick Leon and Frank Ocean’s Blonde and Endless collaborator Buddy Ross.

BASIC VOLUME is today announced by the explosive arrival of ‘Crown & Key’. A muscular rallying-cry, ‘Crown & Key’ is accompanied by truly captivating, cinematic visuals, directed by Paco Raterta. Raterta says “The first time I heard ‘Crown and Key’, it reminded me of the funeral chants in the chapels of the village where I grew up, and it opened up all the biblical nightmares I use to have as a kid. If you know Christian visuals, they are very grotesque, stiff and very beautiful at the same time. The camera movement is inspired again by my memories as an altar boy, it’s basically a POV memory of mine, entering the church, carrying the bible and seeing everyone around, but the faces were always never clear, I can feel like they are looking at me, but I don’t see them at all.”

‘Crown & Key’ underpins the Brixton artists’ flair for crafting bold, imposing tracks, while the SOPHIE produced ‘Immigrant Sons (Pesos & Gas)’ is one of the most instantly rousing and poignant tracks of his career to date, albeit in typically subversive style. BASIC VOLUME  closes with the meditative ‘Spectacular Anthem’, with its minimalism giving an almost liturgic quality to GAIKA’s vocals.

BASIC VOLUME takes its name from the company that belonged to GAIKA’s late father. GAIKA says “BASIC VOLUME  takes its name of from my fathers maroon technology. It is the science he taught me before he left this world. It is the poetry we grew under and were made strong by its force. With this knowledge I fought until my hands bled, propelled into combat by the god of metals. It’s all true, I nearly lost my heart to angry memories, waking dreams of burnt out laboratories and dead friends. I am this chemistry and it is I and so I wrote it here. BASIC VOLUME is collection of alchemical parables for all the Immigrants who wander the earth in search of themselves”

A polymath by nature GAIKA’s creative output has always straddled different worlds, taking influence from academia, British reggae soundsystems, philosophy and political theory as much as the influence of fellow musicians. In BASIC VOLUME, these themes intersect with meditations on his own identity. Raised in Brixton, schooled in Sutton and of Jamaican and Grenadian descent, GAIKA has never chosen a linear path in his creative outputs. “My thing has always been: be yourself – whatever you are, be that – and people will walk towards it,” GAIKA says. “I am whatever I say I am. And I want that to apply to all people of colour, all black people. This idea of what we like, make, do and how our art can be defined from outside of us is something I’ll actively try to disrupt.”

Available digitally on 27th July. Physical formats will follow later this year.


ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER RELEASES SELF-DIRECTED VIDEO FOR “BLACK SNOW”

April 26th, 2018

“BLACK SNOW” IS THE FIRST SONG RELEASED FROM FORTHCOMING ALBUM
AGE OF (JUNE 1)

BRINGS MYRIAD LIVE SHOW TO NYC’S PARK AVENUE ARMORY & LONDON’S BARBICAN (TWO NYC SHOWS ALREADY SOLD OUT AND VERY FEW REMAINING FOR THE OTHERS)OneohtrixPtNever

TORONTO, ON – April 26, 2018 - Today, Oneohtrix Point Never (OPN / Daniel Lopatin) releases the visionary “Black Snow” alongside a striking self-directed video.  ”Black Snow” is the first song to be released from the forthcoming album Age Of (June 1, Warp Records).

Watch: https://opn.lnk.to/BlackSnow-video

Listen: https://opn.lnk.to/BlackSnow

The lyrics on “Black Snow” take their inspiration from Nick Land and the Cybernetic Culture Research Unit he co-founded; a 1990′s collective of artist-philosophers that produced works of performance art, poetry and fiction and is most definitely worth a late-night internet spiral or two. The original text is detourned into a lyric that equates the incomprehensible hugeness of nuclear war to UHF fuzz, whilst addressing the idea that we are a species destined for confusion. The song’s breakdown is courtesy of a uniqle instrument invented by Hans Reichel in 1987 called the Daxophone, and the outro is dominated by a house music-inspired organ riff shot through waves of noise. An extremely catchy, mutated pop song whose ancestry might fall somewhere between the mood of The Seventh Continent and Bruce Cockburn’s “If I Had A Rocket Launcher.”

Terrifying and comforting in turns, OPN juggles beautiful pop riffs with demented minimalism and gut-grasping harmony, plunging into deep seas of color and tearing out threads of melody. The material may feel alien, but the scale of the thing is most decidedly – and affectingly – human. We are in for something truly special.

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Age Of Tracklist

  01 Age Of

  02 Babylon

  03 Manifold

  04 The Station

  05 Toys 2

  06 Black Snow

  07 myriad.industries

  08 Warning

  09 We’ll Take It

  10 Same

  11 RayCats

  12 Still Stuff That Doesn’t Happen

  13 Last Known Image of a Song

Formats

LP -in printed inner in 3mm outer sleeve, DL card, Packed in custom printed plastic bag

CD – in maxi single jewel case, half width custom inlay, 16pp booklet attached with glue dot to pack of case, packed in custom printed plastic bag

LP/CD+T-Shirt – exclusive bundle available from http://pointnever.com

Digital

PREORDERhttps://opn.lnk.to/AgeOf

Images of these unique physical editions are coming soon

ALBUM CREDITS -

Written, performed and produced by Oneohtrix Point Never

Additional production by James Blake

Mixed by James Blake
Assisted by Gabriel Schuman, Joshua Smith and Evan Sutton

Mix on Raycats and Still Stuff That Doesn’t Happen by Gabriel Schuman

Additional production and mix on Toys 2 by Evan Sutton

Engineered by Gabriel Schuman and Evan Sutton

Assisted by Brandon Peralta

Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound

Oneohtrix Point Never – Lead voice on Babylon, The Station, Black Snow, Still Stuff That Doesn’t Happen

Prurient – Voice on Babylon, Warning and Same

Kelsey Lu – Keyboards on Manifold and Last Known Image Of A Song

Anohni – Voice on Black Snow, We’ll Take It, Same and Still Stuff That Doesn’t Happen

Eli Keszler – Drums on Black Snow, Warning, Raycats and Still Stuff That Doesn’t Happen

James Blake – Keyboards on We’ll Take It, Still Stuff That Doesn’t Happen and Same

Shaun Trujillo – Words on Black Snow, The Station and Still Stuff That Doesn’t Happen

Black Snow lyrics inspired by The Cybernetic Culture Research Unit, published by Time Spiral Press (2015)

Age Of contains a sample of Blow The Wind by Jocelyn Pook

myriad.industries contains a sample of Echospace by Gil Trythall

Manifold contains a spoken word sample from Overture (Aararat the Border Crossing) by Tayfun Erdem and a keyboard sample from Reharmonization by Julian Bradley

Album art and design by David Rudnick & Oneohtrix Point Never

Cover image

Jim Shaw

The Great Whatsit, 2017
acrylic on muslin

53 x 48 inches (134.6 x 121.9 cm)

Courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures, New York

MYRIAD Live

22 May – Presented by Red Bull Music Festival New York and Park Avenue Armory at the Armory, New York City, USA [SOLD OUT]

24 May – Presented by Red Bull Music Festival New York and Park Avenue Armory at the Armory, New York City, USA, 7pm [SOLD OUT]

24 May – Presented by Red Bull Music Festival New York and Park Avenue Armory at the Armory, New York City, USA 9:30 pm  [Selling fast]

07 July – The Barbican, London, UK  [Selling fast]

 

Oneohtrix Point Never On The Web

http://pointnever.com

http://myriad.industries

https://www.facebook.com/eccopn/

https://twitter.com/0PN

https://www.instagram.com/eccopn/

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ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER ANNOUNCES AGES OF OUT JUNE 1

April 4th, 2018

MYRIAD SHOWS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH RED BULL MUSIC FESTIVAL NEW YORK AT PARK AVENUE ARMORY SELL OUT IN 72 HOURS

JULY 7 MYRIAD SHOW AT LONDON’S BARBICAN ANNOUNCED 

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Photo: Atiba Jefferson

TORONTO, ON – April 4, 2018 - Today, Oneohtrix Point Never announces Age Of, an album of new music out June 1st on Warp Records. It’s Daniel Lopatin’s most cohesive and richly composed work to date, weaving a tapestry of disparate musical histories – early music, country and folk balladry, melodic pop, computer music and much, much more – that demonstrate both the complexity and range of the artist’s repertoire. With sounds that are unsettlingly familiar and uniquely his own, Age Of guides us through an unclassifiable new world.

The album announcement follows two recently sold out dates for the world premiere of MYRIAD, a theatrical, medium-spanning concert being put on as part of the Red Bull Music Festival New York at the historic Park Avenue Armory (New York City, May 22nd and 24th). Oneohtrix Point Never has added an additional MYRIAD show at The Barbican (London, July 7th) with more site specific shows to follow later in the year.

Watch the MYRIAD trailer here: http://myriad.industries/

Featuring the title track and album opener “Age Of”.

Oneohtrix Point Never recently won the Best Soundtrack Award at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival for his work on the film ‘Good Time.’ He has collaborated and performed with a wide array of artists, including Nine Inch Nails, Anohni, Iggy Pop, David Byrne, FKA Twigs, Ishmael Butler, Sofia Coppola, the Safdie Brothers and more. He has been commissioned by various museums and organizations: Frieze Projects New York (2017); Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2016); Holland Festival (2014); Tate Britain, London and MoMA PS1, New York (both 2013); Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., and Saatchi & Saatchi, London (both 2012); and The Museum of Modern Art, New York (2011) among others.

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Age Of Tracklist

01 Age Of

02 Babylon

03 Manifold

04 The Station

05 Toys 2

06 Black Snow

07 myriad.industries

08 Warning

09 We’ll Take It

10 Same

11 RayCats

12 Still Stuff That Doesn’t Happen

13 Last Known Image of a Song

Formats

LP -in printed inner in 3mm outer sleeve, DL card, Packed in custom printed plastic bag

CD – in maxi single jewel case, half width custom inlay, 16pp booklet attached with glue dot to pack of case, packed in custom printed plastic bag

LP/CD+T-Shirt – exclusive bundle available from http://pointnever.com

Digital

PREORDERhttps://opn.lnk.to/AgeOf

Images of these unique physical editions are coming soon

MYRIAD Live

22 May – Red Bull Music Festival New York at Park Avenue Armory, New York City, USA [SOLD OUT]

24 May - Red Bull Music Festival New York At Park Avenue Armory, New York City, USA [SOLD OUT]

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Cover image

Jim Shaw

The Great Whatsit, 2017
acrylic on muslin

53 x 48 inches (134.6 x 121.9 cm)

Courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures, New York