Music shares a stage with Warhol and Van Gogh as the festival season officially starts.
Our staff selects their absolute favorite records from a wild and unpredictable year of music.
Boasting new tracks and reworks of Age Of selections.
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.
Featuring three new songs: “Monody”, “Blow By Blow”, and the Japanese-only bonus track “Trance 1”.
Ahead of Daniel Lopatin’s two Age Of-associated EPs.
Oneohtrix Point Never announces two new EPs, shares “The Station” demo originally meant for Usher: Stream
Plus, check out a new song from the EPs, “Trance 1”.
It’s already been a wild and unpredictable year of game-changing surprises.
Nick Cave, Björk, Lorde, Hinds, and more bring magic to the Spanish shore.
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.