British artist's brass renditions of Acid House, plus Patten,
Oneohtrix Point Never, Hudson Mohawke, Rustie.
Oneohtrix Point Never reworks the entirety of Clinic's 2012
album Free Reign. Watch a video after the jump.
Stream Daniel Lopatin aka Oneohtrix Point Never's full The
Fall Into Time LP. Lopatin is featured in an article by Derek
Walmsley in The Wire 348.
We'll be presenting a series of talks at this
year's Unsound festival in Krakow, Poland, chaired and hosted by
Wire contributors Dave Tompkins...
Unsound festival in Krakow has announced the first
details of its programme for 2012. The theme for the 2012 festival
(also its tenth anniversary)...
On the cover: The Wire’s essential
review of the year’s best music, including the Top 50 Releases of
the Year, writers’ and musicians’ reflections, and essays on 2011’s
key developments, including Mark Fisher on the crackle of dissent,
David Keenan on the sedition of song and Philip Clark on the
liberation of sounds, and views from the office. Plus Michael
Chapman's Invisible Jukebox, Spencer Clark & James Ferraro,
Gonjasufi, Kouhei Matsunaga, Claudia Molitor and more.
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Listen to an exclusive mix for The
Wire by Daniel Lopatin aka Oneohtrix Point Never.
Listen to a mix put together by the folks at The Empty Bottle, featuring artists who will be appearing at The Wire's Adventures In Modern Music festival in Chicago, 28 September–2 October 2011.
Oneohtrix Point Never has released "Sleep Dealer"
from his forthcoming album as a free download. Ten track album
Replica will be released on 8...
Daniel Lopatin (aka Oneohtrix Point Never), James
Ferraro, Laurel Halo, and Samuel Godin have collaborated with David
Borden (Mother Mallard's...
Hosted by Lisa Blanning with a special mix by
Oneohtrix Point Never
Download two versions of Chris de Burgh's
"Lady In Red"
On The Cover: The Bug - Kevin Martin talks
Lisa Blanning through his many metamorphoses, from God's car-crash
Improv to King Midas Sound's dread-infused dancehall. Plus:
Oneohtrix Point Never's Invisible Jukebox, Chrome Hoof, Poland's
hidden reverse, DJ Nate, Michael Pisaro, Konx-Om-Pax in Cross
Platform, David Toop on John Latham, Alex Neilson on Frank Sinatra,
Alan Moore and more
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