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ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER, Rene HELL

Split

Label: NNA Tapes

Format: Vinyl LP

Genre: Electronic

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NNA's second split LP unites two American artists on the cutting edge of experimental electronic music: Brooklyn's Oneohtrix Point Never and Los Angeles' Rene Hell. Daniel Lopatin and Jeff Witscher have each been working tirelessly in the US underground for the last several years, releasing progressive, forward-thinking, and highly acclaimed music under a wide variety of guises and manifestations. In 2012, we see them each offering their respective unique visions and interpretations of digital music in the modern world, processing the world around us through the lens of technology and modern sound. Oneohtrix Point Never brings us 'Music For Reliquary House,' which consists of sonic reworkings from the Reliquary House audio/visual installation, a collaboration between Lopatin and video artist Nate Boyce. In a series of five pieces, Lopatin delivers a sequence of hallucinatory informatic assaults, a satirical re-envisioning of modernist sculpture. Picking up where 2011's Replica left off, OPN uses digital technology to dissect human speech patterns and timbres almost beyond recognition. Via computer, Lopatin converts pieces of text to human speech, only to dismantle it entirely, surgically reassembling the scraps of frequencies and the shrapnel of pure sound into something new altogether. Starkly melodic at times, but altogether harsh and inhuman as a whole. Rene Hell presents 'In 1980 I Was a Blue Square,' a suite of five pieces for piano, synthesizer, and computer. Juxtaposing mid 20th century classical music with chaotic electronic blasts, Witscher creates his own style of contemporary music that is peaceful and violent on top of itself, creating a rift of confusion that sits nicely between more vast, soundscape-like vignettes. Witscher's previous forays into the worlds of noise and ambient are tastefully apparent here, indicative of an artist who is able to retain a broad array of influences and use them in a way that is both personal and original." Full-color printed innersleeve.

Details
Cat. number: NNA 051LP
Year: 2012

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