Oneohtrix Point Never Reveals Commissions I

Oneohtrix Point Never Announces 'Commissions I' Available Exclusively on Record Store Day 4/19 on Warp. Oneohtrix Point Never will reveal live dates soon


Commissions I is a project developed from Oneohtrix Point Never’s commissions for artwork, performance and film over the years, now made available for the first time on Record Store Day (April 19) as a vinyl 12″ with black foil print jacket and die-cut view of the inner sleeve. The collection begins with OPN’s latest composed for Polish Icons at Sacrum Profanum, a Warp staple that’s previously hosted Clark & Aphex Twin. Lopatin interpreted Witold Lutoslawski’s Preludes in “Music For Steamed Rocks” which often appears in the OPN live set.

“Meet Your Creator” originally soundtracked the Saatchi & Saatchi viral Quadrotor performance video for their New Director’s Showcase in 2012, the same year Lopatin’s interpretation of “I Only Have Eyes For You” was named Pitchfork Best New Track. The selection was re-engineered by R+7 collaborator Paul Corley and mastered by Bedroom Community’s Valgeir Sigurðsson.The selection was re-engineered by R+7 collaborator Paul Corley and mastered by Bedroom Community’s Valgeir Sigurðsson. Oneohtrix Point Never will be on tour around the world this year, from Japan to North American and across Europe, with more dates to be announced.


A1 “Music For Steamed Rocks” Composed by Daniel Lopatin for Witold Lutosławski’s Preludes at Polish Icons 2, Sacrum Profanum, 2013
A2 “Meet Your Creator”  Composed by Daniel Lopatin for Quadrotor performance at Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors’ Showcase, 2012
B1 “I Only Have Eyes For You” – Composed by Harry Warren and Al Dubin (Remick Music Corp). Cover commissioned for the SONG1 Happening installation event by Doug Aitken at the Hirshhorn Museum, 2012



3/21 Tokyo, JP – Unit

3/22 Osaka, JP – Circus

3/27 Miami, FL – Perez Art Museum

3/29 Knoxville, TN – Big Ears Festival

4/2 Grinnell, IA – Grinnell College

4/3 Iowa City, IA – Mission Creek Festival

4/4 St. Louis, MO – Kranzberg Art Center

4/5 Oberlin, OH – Oberlin College

4/6 Detroit, MI  – Museum of Contemporary Art

4/18 Istanbul, TR – Club2Club

4/19 Brussels, BE – AB

4/23 Zurich, CH – Exil

4/24 Turin, IT – Hiroshima Mon Amour

4/25 Krems, AT – Donau Festival

4/26 Berlin, DE – Radialsystem V

4/29 Milan, IT – Teatro San Fedele

4/30 Rome, IT – Parco della Musica Auditorium

5/2 Austin, TX – Austin Psych Festival

5/2 Austin, TX – Austin Psych Festival

5/8 Pittsburgh, PA – Andy Warhol Museum

5/16  Brooklyn, NY – MHOW

5/27 Montreal, QC – MUTEK

5/30 Lyon, FR – Nuits Sonores

6/4 Amsterdam, NL – Holland Festival

6/7 London, UK – Field Day

6/8 Bristol, UK – Arnolfini

6/13 Barcelona, ES – Sonar Festival

6/18 Winnipeg, MB – Union Sound Hall

6/19 Minneapolis, MN – Cedar Cultural Center

6/20 Toronto, ON – NXNE BLKBOX

6/21 Toronto, ON – NXNE Geary St. Warehouse

7/6 George, WA – Sasquatch Festival


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