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Various - This Is How We Do It: Oneohtrix Point Never Album

Various - This Is How We Do It: Oneohtrix Point Never Album

Performer: Various
Title: This Is How We Do It: Oneohtrix Point Never
Style: Interview, Experimental
Released: 10 Dec 2015
Country: US
Label: Pitchfork Media
Size MP3 version: 1303 mb
Size FLAC version: 1586 mb
Size WMA version: 1729 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 884
Genre: Electronic / Audiofiles

Various - This Is How We Do It: Oneohtrix Point Never Album


Tracklist

1Kaoss EdgeLooking Glass3:12
2No ArtistInterview
Interviewee – Daniel LopatinInterviewer [Moderator] – Jenn PellyProducer – Ted Shumaker
45:04
3Kaoss EdgeApparitions3:50

Credits

  • Photography ByErez Avissar

Notes

Available as a free download (zip file) via WeTransfer as part of Pitchfork's Podcast series "This Is How We Do It."
Episode number is only listed in the zip file name and the file names of the contents.

Includes 5 JPEG photos taken during the interview session by Erez Avissar on October 2nd, 2015, as well as 6 wallpaper images (3 for desktop and 3 for three different model iPhones).

The interview file is titled 'Episode 03 Oneohtrix Point Never' and the bit rate is 256 kbps.
The two Kaoss Edge tracks are located in their own (self titled) folder and the bit rate is 320 kbps.

Article from the release page:
This Is How We Do It: Oneohtrix Point Never

Jenn Pelly talks with Oneohtrix Point Never’s Daniel Lopatin about the expansive extra-musical world he created to go along with his conceptual new album, Garden of Delete, in the latest episode of our “This Is How We Do It” podcast series.

Considering the cryptic nature of the rollout for Daniel Lopatin’s latest album as Oneohtrix Point Never, Garden of Delete, I was surprised by how open the electronic visionary was in discussing its extra-musical world. Loosely based on his own experiences as a teenager, Lopatin used social media and dated blogging platforms to create a fictional Internet universe centered on a semi-autobiographical character, Ezra, and his favorite band, Kaoss Edge. Garden of Delete might be Lopatin’s most human record; it’s certainly his most personal. But how did Ezra come alive? And what kind of teenager was Lopatin? We discussed that and more during our 45-minute interview.

Click the button below to download the podcast along with two songs Lopatin's longtime collaborator Nate Boyce wrote and performed as the fictional band Kaoss Edge: (download link)

Album

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