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Eclecticism has long been at the root of Daniel Lopatin’s OPN project. The bricolage essence of the ‘vaporwave’ genre he became synonymous with is based on edit-based manipulations such as ‘chop and screw’, used to create something new, often out of preexisting material. What has given Lopatin longevity, however (including a great score for the 2017 Robert Pattinson-starring Good Time) is his ability to supersede technique and transmute the practice into something new altogether: something personal. This is still twisted, warbled, jagged electronics spliced with sci-fiinfluenced ambience, but he shifts things from the moving Black Snow to the terrifying Warning in a way that feels deeply planted in narrative, despite its head-spinning and varied traverse through genres, tones, paces and textures. From eerie synthesiser lines to throbbing industrial beats, Age Of rarely sits still for a moment, but remains an engrossing, challenging, yet rewarding listen.

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