On garden of delete the enigmatic producer oneohtrix point never has crafted out what is possibly The most certified vision of his music to date.
Opening with the aptly titled intro we are treated to a soundbite of complexly spannered youtube Compression field recordings before swiftly cutting into ezra which sparkles with electronic beauty on A stop/start motion before the rock influence breaks out and he goes for an r plus 7 recalling piece of Lush electronica that most producers would take a life time to produce but feels to be executed with Ease. This gives way to a full on burst of hypercolour lazer swords and female vocals that has the Fingerprints and dna influence of sometime collaborator hudson mohawke running through its Veins. From these points on the album takes in many styles all whilst recalling an age in music that We have not quite reached.
Garden of Delete has an almost edm approach to more traditional dancefloor and mainstream pop sounds. It digests so many different styles and returns them in a complex but highly rewarding body of work sculpted to include sounds distributed from a vast array of worlds. Sure to stand the test of time as one of the absolute highlights of warp's catalogue of records such as aphex twin’s windowlicker.
Garden of Delete is a textbook example of a true pioneer of a hypnotic groove flirting with troubled Pop structures and giving results so far ahead of everything else in the game it will stay fresh for Years to come while the rest of the world catches up.
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