Oneohtrix Point Never Details Record Store Day 12-inch

Oneohtrix Point Never Details Record Store Day 12-inch
If you've been paying attention to our list our Record Store Day exclusives, you'll already know that there is a massive pile of new releases set to flood indie retailers on April 19. Among them, we recently noticed a mysterious new release from Daniel Lopatin's Oneohtrix Point Never, who is releasing something called Commissions I. Now, though, we've got all the details of what it entails.

Commissions I will come as a 12-inch via Warp Records featuring three previously unreleased tracks and, according to a press release, was "developed from Oneohtrix Point Never's commissions for artwork, performance and film over the year."

The lead-off track is "Music for Steamed Rocks," which was composed by Lopatin for Polish Icons at Sacrum Profanum in 2013 and whereby Lopatin interpreted Witold Lutoslawski's preludes. You can stream the track at the bottom of the page.

As for the other two tracks, "Meet Your Creator" was composed as the soundtrack to a performance video for Quadrotor in 2012 and "I Only Have Eyes for You" was commissioned for the SONG1 Happening installation the same year.

You can see the artwork above and the tracklist details below. The 12-inch will come with a black foil print jacket and die-cut view of the inner sleeve. 

OPN also has some tour dates coming up, including some here in Canada. Check out that schedule below.

Commissions I:

A1: "Music For Steamed Rocks" Composed by Daniel Lopatin for Witold Lutosławski's Preludes at Polish Icons 2, Sacrum Profanum, 2013

A2: "Meet Your Creator"  Composed by Daniel Lopatin for Quadrotor performance at Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors' Showcase, 2012

B1: "I Only Have Eyes For You" - Composed by Harry Warren and Al Dubin (Remick Music Corp). Cover commissioned for the SONG1 Happening installation event by Doug Aitken at the Hirshhorn Museum, 2012

Tour dates:

03/21 Tokyo, JP – Unit
03/22 Osaka, JP – Circus
03/27 Miami, FL – Perez Art Museum
03/29 Knoxville, TN – Big Ears Festival
04/02 Grinnell, IA – Grinnell College
04/03 Iowa City, IA – Mission Creek Festival
04/04 St. Louis, MO – Kranzberg Art Center
04/05 Oberlin, OH – Oberlin College
04/06 Detroit, MI  – Museum of Contemporary Art
04/18 Istanbul, TR – Club2Club
04/19 Brussels, BE – AB
04/23 Zurich, CH – Exil
04/24 Turin, IT – Hiroshima Mon Amour
04/25 Krems, AT – Donau Festival
04/26 Berlin, DE – Radialsystem V
04/29 Milan, IT – Teatro San Fedele
04/30 Rome, IT – Parco della Musica Auditorium
05/02 Austin, TX – Austin Psych Festival
05/02 Austin, TX – Austin Psych Festival
05/08 Pittsburgh, PA – Andy Warhol Museum
05/16  Brooklyn, NY – MHOW
05/27 Montreal, QC – MUTEK
05/30 Lyon, FR – Nuits Sonores
06/04 Amsterdam, NL – Holland Festival
06/07 London, UK – Field Day
06/08 Bristol, UK – Arnolfini
06/13 Barcelona, ES – Sonar Festival
06/18 Winnipeg, MB – Union Sound Hall
06/19 Minneapolis, MN – Cedar Cultural Center
06/20 Toronto, ON – NXNE BLKBOX
06/21 Toronto, ON – NXNE Geary St. Warehouse
07/06 George, WA – Sasquatch Festival