New Oneohtrix Point Never Song
2013-08-01 by MisterTornado CONTRIBUTOR | 14 Comments
Warp Records have released a brand new track from their newly appointed Arpeggiator master / Glitch ambassador Oneohtrix Point Never. The track is entitled 'Problem Areas', and will be featured on his upcoming studio album R Plus Seven, which is out September 30th. The accompanying music video was directed by leftfield video artist Takeshi Murata, and features various hyper-glossy still-lifes including gummy worms falling out of an alarm clock, a foam-looking horns beside a McDonald's cup, and a ship inside an empty Gatorade bottle.

Watch the music video for 'Problem Areas': http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvDzaQOSZ3E

http://www.stereogum.com/1423422/oneohtrix-point-never-problem-areas-video/video/
Tagged: Oneohtrix Point Never

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cagedescending
August 1st 2013
4124 Comments


definitely the only video i've ever seen featuring albino pringles

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 1st 2013
31169 Comments


Wow, that track was really boring

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mindleviticus
August 1st 2013
8229 Comments


last 30 seconds were really good, but the song itself was eeehh

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Havey
August 1st 2013
9684 Comments


underwhelming

Aspenshadow
August 1st 2013
310 Comments


those trumpet sounds sound like they were taken directly out of Mario Paint Composer

MisterTornado
Contributing Reviewer
August 1st 2013
4507 Comments


Kinda 50/50 on this atm. Sounds like some of his cheesier pre-Replica stuff with the high-gloss finish of his split with Rene Hell, though it's closer to James Ferraro's Far Side Virtual than anything. I'm pretty sure I heard this song live when he opened up for Sigur Ros too.

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
August 1st 2013
23826 Comments


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Noooooooooooooo! I can't listen atm but nooooooooooooooo!!

MisterTornado
Contributing Reviewer
August 1st 2013
4507 Comments


gorgutting atm but bookmarked m/ m/ m/

treeqt.
August 1st 2013
9704 Comments


not too big on that song but the video is cool

MisterTornado
Contributing Reviewer
August 1st 2013
4507 Comments


Video's like a colder, motionless version of the video for Ariel Pink's Witchhunt Suite for WWIII

Relinquished
August 1st 2013
25055 Comments


video sucked because coors light

MisterTornado
Contributing Reviewer
August 1st 2013
4507 Comments


dat product placement. rip warp records 1989-1995

TheGardener
August 1st 2013
150 Comments


i kinda like it. but his old stuff grew off me pretty hard the more i listened to them, so that may happen here too. o well

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
August 1st 2013
10203 Comments


"those trumpet sounds sound like they were taken directly out of Mario Paint Composer"

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