Background/Composition: Daniel Lopatin creates experimental electronic music as Oneohtrix Point Never.
Nate Boyce's 3D designs rendered the fruits of the industrial age into absurd, impractical, and sublime digital sculptures. Everything seemed to have a slight undulation, like we were watching a 3D movie without glasses. Lopatin has said that Oneohtrix Point Never as we know it needs Nate Boyce, and it's true: proven track record aside, the ideological congruities between a musician whose palette is filled with digital trash and these visuals cannot be denied.
Hey venues. Don't hire shitty 'outside' video / lighting people that could give 2fux about your shows. Not worth the duckets.
— Daniel Lopatin (@0PN) June 21, 2014
New ish: A
The set open and closed with R Plus Seven standouts "Still Life" and "Chrome Country," and reorganized their hard-hitting drops and peaks. The on-the-fly shaping gave these stunning tunes a new and iridescent perspective, as did the smattering of drums throughout the setlist. Apocalyptic ambience with an angular and occasionally structured element.
— Chart Attack (@ChartAttack) June 21, 2014