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Oneohtrix Point Never as it mostly strikes me as a paradox, or some kind of immanent space that you couldn’t really describe easily.

to him go through puberty ad nauseam until their bodies just can’t handle it any more and die. So he kinda just hit the road, you know, to save me. But he’s still on the internet trollOn the other hand, the song “I Bite Through It” ing me all the time so it’s kind of confusing. has a chunkiness to it. For whatever reason, the track really lives up to its title. Why the As long as it doesn’t get in the way of commastication fixation? missions and residency offers, you shouldn’t have any problems. Speaking of, what other factors come into play when potential benI just like to look at other people at restauefactors reach out to you? Any tips on getting rants, like all around me and try to picture a sugar parent of my own? the sounds of everything happening in their mouths amplified in concert with one another. It’s just perverse. Fangs and saliva and food I wish I could tell you. I think I just constantly textures. I get a huge kick out of it. People ask myself if I can picture an idea or some dress up nicely to sit around and bite stuff. kind of personal idiosyncratic exploit or challenge coming out of whatever scenario is presented; that keeps me from discarding most of these concepts from the get-go. But if there’s some way where I can figure myself “I love the human voice above all into it on a purely hedonistic level, like I’m going to get pleasure in X, Y and Z ways, then other musical instruments” my curiosity is piqued. Whose hypothetical artistic sponsorship do you most covet? You tend to create these worlds or ecologies around each release, like an overarching discourse, providing something of a context. How big a role do non-musical factors play for you in constructing an album? I don’t know how big a role but I do feel like I might be “doing research” when I make a record and that is definitely a way of pulling in all kinds of extra-musical ideas... However, for me the point of all of this is that there’s no difference between these types of materials; to me they are all the same in some sense. Still Ezra – the fictional Garden Of Delete protagonist – kind of stands out. He sounds like a chill-ass homie. I was sad to hear he bailed. Why’d he go and do that?

In general, I covet singers because I love the human voice above all other musical instruments, but I don’t have anyone specific. When commissioned, do you maintain complete creative control? It’s typically been scenarios where the only parameter set is a theme, the rest is up to me and how I want to work. You’ve spoken before about taking influence from sources other than music – the paranormal, the corporate. I find the latter influence to be particularly interesting in the context of your work. What draws you to the corporate environment?

Yeah, he is. He bailed because he didn’t want For many of us on this shrinking planet, everyday living for many of us means corporate get me sick. He has this unfortunate affliction, which is that Earthlings who get exposed exposure. 24

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Subbacultcha magazine – Issue 02  

Issue 02 of the Subbacultcha quarterly magazine featuring Oneohtrix Point Never, Weyes Blood, Empress Of, Meduse MagiQ, Red Light Radio resi...

Subbacultcha magazine – Issue 02  

Issue 02 of the Subbacultcha quarterly magazine featuring Oneohtrix Point Never, Weyes Blood, Empress Of, Meduse MagiQ, Red Light Radio resi...