TOP 5 albums from Dead When I Found Her
2. Oneohtrix Point Never – “The Garden Of Delete”
Michael Arthur Holloway: “This guy just continues to astound me. His music is so musical while also being so anti-music, or at least anti-familiar-structure. It’s a perfect merger of sound-design and experimental composition. It sounds like classical music if it were composed in the distant future instead of the past.
Anyway, this album is different than what came before, but the same: darker, noisier, more awkward (the themes, apparently, are teenage-dom and pus, of all things), but totally compelling and immersive, like most of OPN’s work. This stuff appeals to the same part of my that loves Coil’s more challenging side.”
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