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Oneohtrix Point Never
Memory Vague

Release Date: June 1, 2009

Memory Vague is the first collection of music videos by Daniel Lopatin under his solo handle, Oneohtrix Point Never. Created entirely from YouTube videos and edited in Windows Movie Maker, Lopatin recomposes outmoded video graphic landscapes via repetition and abuse, serving as allegory for his compositional style. Much of the footage is appropriated high fidelity equipment advertisements -- a point of fascination for Lopatin whose aesthetic culls from recontextualizing 1980's synthesizer and computer music. Less time warp, more time-space fold, Memory Vague is a kaleidoscope of brain seizures played out on a two-dimensional grid-scape.