Editors’ Notes There’s an uncanny quality about Daniel Lopatin’s music as Oneohtrix Point Never, the sense of a half-remembered past arranged in ways that only make it feel further away. Pivoting from the nu-metal memories of Garden of Delete, Age Of—produced in part by electro-soul auteur James Blake—has a compact, almost baroque quality, with touches of medieval music (“The Station,” “Myriad.Industries”), hymns (“Warning”), and pastoral bits of ambience (“Toys 2”), balancing the avant-garde with an instinct for melody and play that have always set Lopatin’s music apart. Most striking—and unexpected—are Lopatin’s forays into conventionally structured, vocal-based songs (“Babylon,” “Black Snow,” featuring ANOHNI), which bring his music to the brink of familiarity without ever settling in.

SONG
Age Of
1
3:24
 
Babylon
2
3:04
 
Manifold
3
1:49
 
The Station
4
4:19
 
Toys 2
5
4:38
 
Black Snow
6
3:40
 
Myriad.Industries
7
1:07
 
Warning
8
2:38
 
We’ll Take It
9
3:45
 
Same
10
2:01
 
RayCats
11
3:40
 
Still Stuff That Doesn’t Happen
12
4:21
 
Last Known Image of a Song
13
4:06
 

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