Oneohtrix Point Never Announces Melbourne Show

Niche and Novel are proud to announce Brooklyn musician, composer, producer, and Software label founder Daniel Lopatin, aka ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER with his first return to Australia since 2013 as he plays an exclusive Melbourne show at Max Watt’s this June.

Having received much recognition for his early releases Lopatin’s signing with Warp Records in 2013 saw him build on his previous work, releasing R Plus Seven (2011) and his most recent full length work Garden of Delete (2015), to much critical acclaim.

In Australia for VIVID LIVE 2016, the multi-talented artist has also received commissions for numerous performance, festival, and film pieces including Holland Festival; Tate Britain; MoMA PS1, New York; Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C. ; Saatchi & Saatchi, London; and The Museum of Modern Art, New York. His film scores include Ariel Kleiman (2015) and Sofia Coppola (2013) and production credits include, amongst others, Antony and The Johnsons and Nine Inch Nails.


Conjuring the sound of computers dreaming their own destiny, Lopatin proves that making music with this much heart actually takes a lot of processing power.” – Pitchfork


This isn’t snooze music; few measures pass without some shocking twist or turn. The result is a record that demands intentional listening, and it rewards such focus with boundless detail.”LA Times


“Lopatin works with simple piano lines and thick distortion to sketch detailed maps of emotional states from joy to despair.” Rolling Stone


a meticulous collage of mutilated samples and computer-generated voices, careens between uncanny familiarity and total alienness.”The Fader


“It is a complex beast of shade and mood, and it’s Lopatin’s best work yet.”Under the Radar


“The album’s piles of digital detritus can be overwhelming, but the chaos yields moments of strange beauty and surprising power.” – The Verge


unhinged, visceral electro-rock”  – The Verge


Lopatin‘s most intellectually engaging music as well as some of his funniest, darkest, and most cathartic.”  AllMusic


when he’s tackling specific headspaces, however melodramatic, his compositions feel downright economical, and more impactful for it.” Spin