Daniel Lopatin is a Brooklyn-based musician, composer, and Mercury Prize nominated producer who records and performs as Oneohtrix Point Never. Daniel has released numerous critically acclaimed albums including his most recent self-titled album, “Magic Oneohtrix Point Never”, a culmination of his work over the last ten years. Lopatin was the Musical Director for The Weeknd’s 2021 Super Bowl Half-Time performance and composed and performed the music for Chanel’s 2021 Métiers d'art show. Most recently he was Producer for Soccer Mommy’s “Sometimes, Forever” and an Executive Producer on The Weeknd’s worldwide #1 charted album, “Dawn FM”. He also performs on a majority of the songs on the album. He has collaborated with numerous artists including James Blake, Ishmael Butler, Charli XCX, Kelsey Lu, Iggy Pop, Rosalia and his production credits include The Weeknd, Soccer Mommy, Anohni, FKA Twigs, David Byrne, Moses Sumney and Nine Inch Nails among others.
His original film scores include Josh and Benny Safdie’s Uncut Gems (2019), Good Time (2017) for which he received the Best Soundtrack Award at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival and Ariel Kleiman’s Partisan (2015). His other film work includes contributions to Rick Alverson’s The Mountain (2019) and Sofia Coppola’s The Bling Ring (2013).
For 2023 international touring, Oneohtrix Point Never is presenting a new solo live show titled Rebuilds which repurposes seminal tracks from his catalog in sonic discourse with newer releases. He is accompanied by live visuals performed by long-time collaborator Nate Boyce who developed a new real-time animation system that updates the graphical themes dating back to their earliest collaborations from over a decade ago.
In 2018 he premiered a sold-out live multimedia concert MYRIAD composed from his album “Age Of” (Warp 2018) for 3 nights at the Park Avenue Armory (New York) followed by sold-out performances at prestigious venues worldwide including The Barbican, London and Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles. Lopatin has been commissioned and exhibited extensively including: Greene Naftali, New York (2021), Sadie Coles HQ, London (2019), The Park Avenue Armory, New York (2018), Frieze Projects New York (2017); Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2016); Holland Festival (2014); Tate Britain, London and MoMA PS1, New York (both 2013); Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., and Saatchi & Saatchi, London (both 2012); and The Museum of Modern Art, New York (2011) among others.