Entries tagged with: Oneohtrix Point Never
Real Estate in a church in Brooklyn last month (more by Greg Cristman)
Mini have teamed up with RCD LBL to present the Normal Crashing Tour, which brings a different band to a secret location in different US cities. The "tour" began in Chicago on Monday (12/3) with Twin Shadow and comes to Williamsburg, Brooklyn this Friday (12/7) at 5:30 for a free Real Estate show in a TBA location. More info on that show at the facebook event but RSVP is not required. The "tour" will also come to Austin and LA soon. Stay tuned.
In related news, Real Estate member Alex Bleeker (and The Freaks) will open the third of three shows in Deer Tick's upcoming Brooklyn Bowl residency, where Deer Tick will be performing an album and an EP in full each night. Alex is on board for the December 19 show where Deer Tick is doing Divine Providence and the Tim EP. Ian O'Neil of Deer Tick is also playing an opening set. Tickets for that show are still available, or you can also pick up a three night pass, which gains you access to all three shows, the first of which is tonight (12/5).
As mentioned, the other Real Estate side project Ducktails (led by Matt Mondanile) will play a guest-filled record release show for their new album, The Flower Lane, on January 23 at Le Poisson Rouge (tickets). Matt just dropped a new song off that album, "Letter of Intent," which features Jessa Farkas (of Future Shuttle) on vocals, Daniel Lopatin (Oneohtrix Point Never, Ford & Lopatin) on synth, and Joel Ford (Airbird, Ford & Lopatin) on bass. You can stream that song below. Jessa and Joel are both on board for the release show at LPR and it wouldn't be a surprise if Oneohtrix Point Never, who just played MoMA PS1 with Ducktails, shows up too.
photos by Robert Altman
Experimentalist Holly Herndon played a Pitchfork co-presented Sandy benefit at MoMA PS1 in the VW Dome on Sunday (12/2) with DJ sets by Ducktails and Oneohtrix Point Never. Pictures from that show are in this post.
More pics below.
Ducktails at Glasslands in 2011 (more by Jessica Amaya)
As mentioned, Pitchfork is co-presenting a Hurricane Sandy relief benefit this Sunday (12/2) at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City with Holly Herndon (live), Ducktails (DJ), and Oneohtrix Point Never (DJ). Tickets for the show are still available and all proceeds go to benefit hurricane relief.
Ducktails (the project of Real Estate's Matt Mondanile) will release their new album, The Flower Lane, on January 29 via Domino and they'll be playing a record release show for it in NYC on January 23 at Le Poisson Rouge with a number of special guests, including Jessa Farkas (Future Shuttle), Cults singer Madeline Follin, Joel Ford, and Matt's Real Estate bandmate Martin Courtney. Tickets for that show are on sale now. You can stream the title track from the new album below.
Like they did during CMJ, Pitchfork and MoMA PS1 are teaming up to present a show together at the Long Island City venue on December 2. This one's a Hurricane Sandy Relief benefit and it features a live set by Holly Herndon (who also plays Brooklyn tonight with Maxmillion Dunbar and Blondes) and DJ sets by Oneohtrix Point Never (who we just mentioned DJs with Autre Ne Veut and Mykki Blanco in Brooklyn soon) and Ducktails. The show goes down at MoMA PS1's VM Dome and runs from 4 - 7 PM. Tickets are on sale now and all proceeds go to benefit hurricane relief.
Show flyer below...
by Andrew Sacher
Autre Ne Veut in Brooklyn in 2011 (more by Erez Avissar)
Autre Ne Veut (aka Brooklyn's Arthur Ashin) has been putting out material for a couple years now, and it's always been solid but he's become more memorable for his, um, provocative cover art than the music itself. That's no longer the case on his new single, "Counting," which will appear on his new album, Anxiety, which is due out on February 12 via Software. The new track brings together the kind of art pop and R&B that we've seen recently from How to Dress Well and d'Eon, and it all culminates in a pretty explosive chorus. You can stream that track, and check out its tracklist and cover art below.
Mykki Blanco has been touring with Death Grips and recently played Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Song stream, cover art, and tracklist, below...
by Andrew Sacher
Tim Hecker & Daniel Lopatin - 'Instrumental Tourist' cover art
Two stellar ambient artists, Tim Hecker and relative newcomer Daniel Lopatin (aka Oneohtrix Point Never), will team up for a collaborative album titled Instrumental Tourist, which is due out on November 20 via Daniel Lopatin and Joel Ford's Software label. The first taste of the album comes from the opening track, "Uptown Psychedelia," which is already hinting at great things to come from this collaboration. You can stream that track and check out the album's tracklist below. That's the cover art above.
Daniel Lopatin is also teaming up with Nate Boyce for a live performance in NYC at avant-garde non-profit performance space The Kitchen on October 5 for the venue's new Synth Nights electronic concert series. That series also includes a performance on October 6 with Musica Elettronica Viva (including original members Alvin Curran, Frederic Rzewski, and Richard Tietelbaum). Tickets for both of those shows are on sale now.
A list of all Oneohtrix Point Never dates, that song stream, and Tim Hecker/Daniel Lopatin album tracklist are below.
Chromatics at MHOW in July (more by Amanda Hatfield)
We're pleased to announce that we're throwing an event with Kill Screen for Soundplay, our interactive music-inspired video game series. In conjunction with Intel, Pitchfork has commissioned some of the most innovative game developers to create new, original games inspired by songs we love. On September 5, the New Museum in New York City will host Game Jam, where attendees can experience new Soundplay games developed by teams during the previous 48 hours using tracks from Passion Pit's new record Gossamer. [Pitchfork]As mentioned in the quote above, Pitchfork will be holding an event for their Soundplay program in NYC on September 5 at the New Museum. IN addition to the 'Game Jam,' there will be a live performance form Chromatics (who inspired one of the Soundplay games) and a DJ set by Oneohtrix Point Never with visuals by Nate Boyce. Entrance is free, but RSVP (details TBA) is required.
Oneohtrix Point Never will play NYC even sooner at the 'Yo Eskerikk Asko NYC!' festival, which goes down this weekend at Public Assembly from August 24 - 25 with Glenn Branca, Tim Hecker, Colin L. Orchestra, White Suns, and more.
A list of all Chromatics and Oneohtrix Point Never dates and the flier for the New Museum event are below.
Vampire Weekend/Ty Segall/Araabmuzik crowd - Pitchfork Fest 2012
Thank god for the Chicago Transit Authority. Several "cooling stations" (city buses) that provided respite from the onslaught of heat and humidity at the third day of Pitchfork 2012 in Chicago's Union Park (7/15), a weather pattern which replaced the previous days' periodic downpours. The heat, combined with squirt guns & bikini tops, helped create the perfect setting for performances from the sunny tennis-sweater rock of Vampire Weekend and dream pop of the oh-so-aptly named Beach House.
Random thoughts on the day: Personal highlights for me included a stretch of bands that were unfortunately all clustered across the three stages in the afternoon: Milk Music, Iceage, The Men, Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees and Chavez. From catching moments of Kendrick Lamar on the Blue Stage, it was proven to me that he's an excellent live performer, a sentiment clearly echoed by Lady Gaga (who looked on during his set). Onohtrix Point Never's material is compelling, but doesnt fit well on an outdoor festival stage. And it's confirmed, this reviewer still detests Vampire Weekend.
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Pictures from the third and final day of Pitchfork 2012 are below, including pictures of all bands mentioned above, as well as King Krule, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Araabmuzik, and The Field. If you didnt make it to Chicago, maybe you streamed it? If you haven't been keeping up with our coverage, make sure to check out pictures from day one (one set HERE, another HERE) and day two (HERE and HERE) along with video from the festival to complete your desktop Pitchfork Festival experience. Hopefully from an ice cold room.
photos by David Andrako
Oneohtrix Point Never w/ A Far Cry at World Financial Center - 7/14/12
Oneohtrix Point Never (aka Daniel Lopatin), who also played Pitchfork fest over the weekend, and Bang on a Can composer David Lang played the second installment of the Ecstatic Summer concert series at the World Financial Center on Saturday (7/14).
"The composers were Daniel Lopatin, who produces electronic works under the name Oneohtrix Point Never; William Brittelle, whose works are vibrant amalgams of jazz, rock and postmodern chamber music; and David Lang, part of the Bang on a Can triumvirate, whose music ranges widely but most often combines strains of Minimalism and Neo-Romanticism.In the way that these 'Ecstatic' events go, Oneohtrix Point Never played a partial set of solo material and was then joined by string ensemble A Far Cry Orchestra to perform newly arranged renditions of his work with arrangements by Brittelle.
Mr. Lang, the oldest and most firmly established of the three (he won a Pulitzer Prize in 2008), had top billing, but in a way this was Mr. Lopatin's show." [NY Times]
Ecstatic Summer continues and ends at the World Financial Center on August 25 with Escort and Darcy James Argue's Secret Society. The first show in the seires featured Tune-Yards.
Oneohtrix Point Never's next scheduled NYC show is the 'Yo Eskerikk Asko NYC!' festival, which goes down at Public Assembly from August 24 - 25 with Glenn Brenca, Tim Hecker, Colin L. Orchestra, White Suns, and more.
More pictures from Ecstatic Summer are below...
photos by Bryan Bruchman
"Laying down on a couch at Webster Hall vibing to Oneohtrix Point Never's atmospheric sounds. Liars up next." - Loren Wohl
Liars at Webster Hall - 6/20/12
Liars released their new album, WIXIW, earlier this month and played their first of two record release shows at Webster Hall in NYC last night (6/20). They'll play their second release show in LA on Friday (6/22) before kicking off a full North American tour in July. The band was supported by Oneohtrix Point Never and Bubbles. More pictures from the Webster Hall show and a list of all Liars tour dates are below...
by Andrew Sacher
Liars at Pop Montreal 2010 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
Liars are set to release their new album, WIXIW (pronounced "wish you") on June 5 via Mute, and they're now streaming the entire album a week ahead of its release date. In his NPR review, Otis Hart wrote:
WIXIW, out June 5, may just be the best Radiohead album since Kid A. In all seriousness, when you listen to the new Liars album -- as you should many times over the next week -- imagine Thom Yorke's falsetto taking the place of Angus Andrews' less distinctive but no less effective voice amid the barrage of intricate electronics. At times, it's almost as if Andrews is rubbing it in Yorke's face, like in "Ill Valley Prodigies" or the title track. These are the sort of songs disappointed Radiohead fans wanted on The King of Limbs.I can't help but agree entirely with the Radiohead comparisons (especially on "His and Mine Sensations") to the point where it's almost a little too obvious, but the album is nonetheless a solid listen. Check it out for yourself below.
As mentioned, Liars will be playing some shows in support of the release including a NYC show at Webster Hall on June 20. It's since been announced that Oneohtrix Point Never (aka Daniel Lopatin) will open that show. Tickets are still available and we're also giving away three pairs. Contest details below.
The Webster Hall show is one of three currently scheduled NYC appearances for Oneohtrix Point Never on his live itinerary this summer. The others include previously discussed performances at Ecstatic Summer at World Financial Center (7/14) and Yo Eskerikk Asko NYC! at Public Assembly (8/25). A list of all Oneohtrix Point Never dates, along with the album stream and contest details below...
tUnE-yArDs at Coachella 2012 (more by David Andrako)
Indie/classical festival Ecstatic Music Festival has expanded and now includes a free summer concert series called Ecstatic Summer, which is part of the River to River Festival and will happen at the World Financial Center. The first show will is June 30 with Merrill Garbus (tUnE-yArDs), 8-piece vocal group Roomful of Teeth, composer William Britelle, and The Yehudim. Roomful of Teeth will be performing compositions by Merrill Garbus and William Britelle, and in addition Merrill will be playing some tUnE-yArDs material as well.
The second show is on July 14 with Oneohtrix Point Never (Daniel Lopatin), composer David Lang, and A Far Cry Orchestra. The show will include some re-arrangements of Oneohtrix Point Never material.
The third show is on August 25 and will feature Brooklyn disco orchestra Escort collaborating with the equally large Darcy James Argue's Secret Society. They'll play new work in addition to interpretations of each other's existing work.
Speaking of tUnE-yArDs, their tour comes to NYC next month for a previously mentioned show at Terminal 5 on June 1 with Micachu and the Shapes and Delicate Steve. Tickets are still available. The video for "My Country" is below...
photos by David Andrako
The inaugural, Dessner-curated Crossing Brooklyn Ferry festival concluded on Saturday night (May 5) with performances from Beirut, Atlas Sound, My Brightest Diamond, Caveman and more.
There were whispers there'd be an unannounced set from The National, but the secret guest Phi Slamma Jamma was actually Arcade Fire's Will Butler, Jeremy Gara, Tim Kingsbury, and Richard Reed Parry who performed a bunch of covers (Ramones, R.E.M., Devo, Beatles and the Stones, among others) to cap out the Fest.
Night Two pictures HERE. Night one HERE. Lots of pictures from all of Saturday night's performers (including Sufjan), plus video of Atlas Sound (who also kept busy in others ways while in town), Caveman, Beirut and Phi Slamma Jamma performing a song each, below...
Caveman at BV-SXSW DJ-Space Ducks show more by Ryan Barkan)
The Brooklyn Museum is hosting the Audiophile Concert Series with one show happening each month in April, May, and June. The series was curated by Shirley Braha of Weird Vibes/NY Noise and is made up of exclusively Brooklyn bands/artists. The first show is Oneohtrix Point Never and Body Language on April 19, then NewVillager and Caveman on May 17, and lastly,
Tanlines Lemonade and Small Black on June 21. Tickets for all three shows are on sale now. UPDATE: It says Tanlines on the ticket site, but they're not playing, Lemonade is instead.
Some videos from the bands below...
John Maus revealed an unreleased song via the Ribbon Music Soundcloud this week. "No Title (Molly)" is "available on a limited edition transparent orange Flexi Disc as part of Smugglers Way, Ribbon Music and Domino's first ever FlexiDisc Zine available exclusively on Record Store Day, April 21st." Stream the song below.
Speaking of Ribbon Music, advanced tickets are now on sale for the Black Dice record release party happening at Living Bread in Brooklyn on 4/7, three days before their new LP Mr. Impossible is released by Ribbon Music.
Listen to John Maus below...
Glenn Branca at the 2011 Bang-on-a-Can Marathon (more by Andrew Frisicano)
Fortissimo Records will present Yo Eskerrik Asko NYC!, a two-day event will descend upon Public Assembly on August 24th and 25th. Neptune, Christina Carter, White Suns, Action Beat, and Glenn Branca play the first night. Oneohtrix Point Never, Charalambides, Colin L. Orchestra, Grasshopper, Opponents/Ala Muerte, and Tim Hecker play on the second evening. Tickets for both August 24th and August 25th are on sale separately, or you can buy a two-day pass.
Oneohtrix Point Never is also scheduled to play NYC on May 5th as part of the National-curated Crossing Brooklyn Ferry Festival. More Oneohtrix Point Never dates are listed below....
Black Dice at PS1 (more by Erez Avissar)
Brooklyn's Black Dice are welcoming their new LP Mr. Impossible via Ribbon Music on April 10th. Listen to new song "Pinball Wizard" below.
The band will celebrate with an album release party in Brooklyn at Living Bread on April 7th (2 Knickerbocker Ave) with Oneohtrix Point Never. More details below. In May, Black Dice will hit the road for a set of North American dates that include a "welcome home" show at Secret Project Robot on May 26th. All tour dates are listed below.
Meanwhile, Oneohtrix Point Never plays a free show at The Studio at Webster Hall TONIGHT (3/6). As previously mentioned,
At 9pm, Lopatin will take on the Academy's interview couch to speak and share about his experience in the industry and unique approach to music production, before putting theory to practice with an exclusive live-set. He'll be joined on stage by Cubic Zirconia, the Brooklyn-based outfit helmed by LuckyMe affiliate and Red Bull Music Academy '11 graduate, Nick Hook.More details at Red Bull's site.
Entrance is free, but please RSVP and show up early. 21+ only.
Oneohtrix Point Never also plays 285 Kent Friday (3/9) and the Crossing Brooklyn Ferry fest at BAM which goes on sale today.
All Black Dice dates and new song below...
Remember that Dessner brother-curated festival, "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry," which is happening at BAM from May 3-5? And remember how when we posted the National-curated ATP lineup we suggested (for obvious reasons) that it might hint at the BAM lineup? Well, the lineup is out now, and there are definitely some similarities to that, and also not surprisingly, to the ongoing Ecstatic Music Festival which is great at highlighting the growing mix between indie rock and indie classical that the Dessners are huge fans of and participants in.
The three day Brooklyn Academy of Music festival includes The Antlers, My Brightest Diamond (w/ yMusic), Sharon Van Etten, and Buke and Gase who are all playing ATP, in addition to The Walkmen, St. VIncent, Beirut, Atlas Sound, Tyondai Braxton (formerly of Battles), Oneohtrix Point Never, Caveman, Sinkane, Twin Shadow, Jherek Bischoff, Pat Mahoney and Nancy Whang (DFA DJ set), Ava Luna, and others which are all listed below. As mentioned, the fest also includes the Brooklyn Youth Chorus and the NOW Ensemble.
3-Day Festival Passes go on sale Monday (3/5) to friends of BAM and Tuesday (3/6) to the general public. More details and schedule at the Crossing Brooklyn Ferry website.
Full lineup below...
Oneohtrix Point Never at MHOW in 2010 (more by Erez Avissar)
Oneohtrix Point Never (aka Daniel Lopatin) has a few upcoming shows in March including two NYC shows, the Jeff Mangum-curated ATP in Minehead and SXSW where he is exclusively playing the Mexican Summer showcase.
The first NYC show is a Red Bull Music Academy Session at The Studio at Webster Hall on March 6. The session starts with a conversation with Daniel Lopatin which ends with a Q&A, and then he'll play a free a show at the venue with an opening set by special guest Cubic Zirconia. RSVP info is on the flyer below. More info on what the Red Bull Music Academy can be found in a video below.
Oneohtrix Point Never will then play a Brooklyn show three days later at 285 Kent on 3/9 with Touch Here to Resume (aka MV Carbon and Ynot Darnoc), Diamond Terrifier, for whom the show doubles as a release show for his "Shrine Flu" tape, La Big Vic, and Win Win (DJs). Tickets for the Brooklyn show are on sale now. The show flier is below.
UPDATE: Oneohtrix Point Never also plays the Dessner-curated Crossing Brooklyn Ferry Festival at BAM on May 5th.
All dates, video and fliers below...
Oneohtrix Point Never at MHOW in 2010 (more by Erez Avissar)
As mentioned, Tycho (aka Scott Hansen) is heading out on a tour with Beacon in 2012 that brings them to Music Hall of Williamsburg on February 4. Beacon weren't initially announced for the MHOW show, but they've since been added to it and so has Oneohtrix Point Never (aka Daniel Lopatin), who put out Pitchfork's 6th favorite album of 2011 (stream it below).
When we first announced the show, there was no ticket link yet. They've since gone up and tickets go on sale to the public today at noon. Ends up the show was initially going to be part of the Pitchfork FORMS Festival which has since been postponed but the show is going on anyway, now separate from the festival.
All dates and album stream below...
DOWNLOAD: Oneohtrix Point Never - "Sleep Replica" (MP3)
Glitch pioneer Markus Popp revived the Oval moniker in 2010 and released the album O via Thrill Jockey, the first Oval album in nine years. He's following that with OvalDNA, an album that was originally meant to come before O. The album includes a mix of previously released and unreleased tracks and comes with a DVD. OvalDNA will be released on November 25 via Shitkatapult. You can stream an album preview below and check out the artwork and tracklist.
Oneohtrix Point Never (aka Daniel Lopatin) is also working on a new album, Replica, which will be out on November 8 via Mexican Summer imprint Software, which Lopatin owns with his collaborator Joel Ford. You can grab album track "Sleep Dealer" above and stream "Replica" below. The album art and tracklist are also below. Oneohtrix Point Never also plays Moogfest this weekend, and was last seen in NYC at 285 Kent. He played as part of the Domino CMJ showcase.
All dates, streams, artwork and tracklist below...
DOWNLOAD: SBTRKT - "Wildfire" (Drumma Boy remix ft. Shabazz Palaces) (MP3)
Back in June, we announced the killer initial lineup for Moogfest 2011 (October 28, 29, 30). That lineup just got even better with additions including TV on the Radio, Special Disco Version featuring James Murphy and Pat Mahoney, St. Vincent, SBTRKT, Flying Lotus, YACHT, John Maus, Araabmuzik Baths, Zomby, Active Child and more. It was also announced that Brian Eno, part of the initial lineup, will be presenting Brian Eno's 77 Million Paintings and "Illustrated Talks" as part of this year's fest.
The initial announcement also included Suicide, Tangerine Dream, Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Austra, M83, Little Dragon, Passion Pit, Toro y Moi, Moby (full band), The Flaming Lips, Battles, CANT, Brandt Brauer Frick (who will be on a US tour that hits Glasslands), and more.
Speaking of CANT (aka Chris Taylor of Grizzly Bear), he revealed the song "Believe" from his upcoming debut LP yesterday. Stream the track below. The album comes out September 13 on Chris' own Terrible Records. He's also got an upcoming tour surrounding Moogfest which includes a show on October 25 at Bowery Ballroom. Tickets are still on sale.
Speaking of SBTRKT and Little Dragon, Drumma Boy remixed the SBTRKT song with Little Dragon's Yukimi Nagano on lead vocals. Shabazz Palaces is also featured on the remix (compare that to Drake's version). Grab the track above via Gorilla vs Bear. Shabazz wrote on Facebook today, "Besides the release of Black Up, I don't think I've seen one article on here create such a surge of activity as this Wildfire Remix has. Amazing."
Sampha, who sings live with SBTRKT and on his album, also recently released his own song, "Indecision." Stream the track below. Moogfest is one of the stops on SBTRKT's recently announced US tour that also hits Bowery Ballroom on October 31 (with Araabmuzik) and Music Hall of Williamsburg on November 1. Tickets for both shows are still on sale.
Little Dragon plays a BV-presented Record Release show at Music Hall of WIlliamsburg TONIGHT (8/16). The show is sold out, but if you don't have tickets you can catch them in NYC again on their headlining tour which hits Terminal 5 on October 14. Tickets are still on sale.
Song streams and full Moogfest lineup below...
If you've noticed that The Stone has been putting on some pretty great shows this month like Laurel Halo and Metalux, among others, that's because August 2011 is being curated by noise master Carlos Giffoni (of No Fun Fest) and Pi Recordings founder Seth Rosner. (not that any month at the Stone is ever bad.)
Other artists playing throughout the month include White Out with Ikue Mori, Noveller, Oneohtrix Point Never, C. Spencer Yeh and Meg Clixby, Fieldwork, Sickness, Driphouse, Nautical Almanac, and others. Check The Stone's Calender for full show lineups throughout the month.
Some Forma song streams below...
Suicide at ATP 2009 (more by Ryan Muir)
The initial lineup is out for this year's Moogfest, which is taking place in Asheville, NC on October 28-30. This year's lineup has some pretty impresive names including three pioneers of electronic music; Tangerine Dream, Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Suicide, who are performing their highly influential 1977 self titled debut album in its entirety. The Flaming Lips, Crystal Castles, Little Dragon, Passion Pit, Toro y Moi, Chromeo, Austra, M83, Tim Hecker, and many others on there too. Tickets go on sale Saturday (6/4) at noon. Check out the full initial lineup and a video below.