The latest offering from double album græ.
New York filmmakers also discuss working with Daniel Lopatin and ditching 48 Hours.
Oneohtrix Point Never mastermind also discusses the influence of Vangelis and the musicality of New York.
This marks the second collaboration between Lopatin and the Safdie brothers.
The second time the producer has worked with the Safdie Brothers following 2017’s Good Time.
The Safdie brothers return with another heart attack.
From the experimental producer’s new EP, Love in the Time of Lexapro.
The EP features new songs, plus contributions from Ryuichi Sakamoto and (Sandy) Alex G.
Ahead of Daniel Lopatin’s two Age Of-associated EPs.
Plus, check out a new song from the EPs, “Trance 1”.
Moments of serene beauty and abject horror make this Daniel Lopatin’s most unsettling album yet.
Featuring additional production from James Blake and contributions from Kelsey Lu, ANOHNI and Prurient.