|Oneohtrix Point Never / Zones Without People|
|Album:||Zones Without People||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Oneohtrix Point Never||Added:||11/2009|
|Add Date:||2009-11-22||Pull Date:||2010-01-24|
|Week Ending:||24 Jan||17 Jan||10 Jan||3 Jan||27 Dec||20 Dec||13 Dec||6 Dec|
|1.||Jun 08, 2017:||night tapes #7 |
Zones Without People
|4.||Jan 21, 2010:||The Machine Stops |
|2.||Nov 20, 2015:||A Visit From Drum |
|5.||Jan 20, 2010:||Lost Luke |
|3.||Apr 22, 2011:||gilt |
Learning To Control Myself
|6.||Jan 13, 2010:||Lost Verses |
A Synthesizer Masterpiece on par with Jean Michel Jarre’s Oxygene by Brooklyn Synth Genius Daniel Lopatin Trippy repeteivie, future analog synth sounds layered into the most hyper arpeggiated hypnotic future patterns imagined. You’ll want to rub your eyes really rad to get the lazer light show along with this. Album of the Year?
1-Massive super trippy interlocking organ patterns ala Philip glass intoduce you to the futre world. Short & Beautiful.
2-Starts kind of cheesy, ambient, but builds into pulsated aquatic dream, that is then interrupted by a mass wall of bliss out synths as the mothership envelops you.
3-Easy space show, flying saucer organ interplay that is a step ladder to your tour of the zone without people.;
4-Big wall of rising synths turns into a freakout wall of lazershots and static. Ends on a demented beepy boop of robot machines
5-thick, happy, floating retro synth interlude. Killer
6-frantic space alarms going off and your pod is attacked, but saved a bliss out wall handing out free soma.
7-Stepladder of hyper arpeggiated synths, creates the perfect outro for the piece
|1.||Computer Vision||4.||Learning To Control Myself|
|2.||Format & Journey North||5.||Disconnecting Entirely|
|3.||Zones Without People||6.||Emil Cioran|