Boiler Room 005 witnessed Brooklyn-based Oneohtrix Point Never unveil a specially created A/V show with visual collaborator Nate Boyce, continuing the artist’s singular statement of shattering electronic experiments.
Unpredictable as ever, this one really affirms Lopatin's position as one of the digital vanguard's most enigmatic experimentalists.
Okay, so Grimes' infamous Boiler Room set still hasn't been released, but now we've got Oneohtrix Point Never's debut performance for the electronic music series.
The set was recorded at Hudson Mohawke's Los Angeles launch party for Chimes last month, and Oneohtrix main man Daniel Lopatin is billing this as "the definitive R Plus Seven experience."
Watch the 44-minute set above. It shows Lopatin cuing up uneasy electronic tones in a shadowy room while 3D animations from visual collaborator Nate Boyce play on the backdrop. -- Exclaim!
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