On November 13, Daniel Lopatin, aka Oneohtrix Point Never, will release his new album Garden of Delete, via Warp Records. Ahead of the album’s release, Lopatin has shared a handful of teaser videos, as well as the track “I Bite Through It.” Today, however, Lopatin offers up something a little different: MIDI files.
The MIDI files appear on a website for the band Kaoss Edge, a fictional creation that supposedly inspired Garden of Delete. The files are available for fans to rework into new songs, and Lopatin has asked that they share their creations with him, so that it can all be put into an archive.
Lopatin has also announced some fall tour dates, which you can check out below.
Garden of Delete follows 2013’s R Plus Seven.
Oneohtrix Point Never tour dates:
10/16 Troy, NY – Curtis M. Priem Experimental Media & Performing Arts Center
11/7 Turin, Italy – Club 2 Club
11/8 London, England – Illuminations Festival
11/9 Brussels, Belgium – Orangerie
11/10 Berlin, Germany – Berghain
11/20 New York, NY – Venue TBA
11/23 Vancouver, British Columbia – Venue
11/24 Seattle, WA – Neumos (F)
11/25 Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge (F)
11/27 San Francisco, CA – The Independent (F)
11/28 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent Theater (F)
12/2 Tokyo, Japan – Liquidroom
12/4 Osaka, Japan – Fanj Twice
(F) with James Ferraro
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