The electronic world is graced by the plentiful discography of Oneohtrix Point Never, and no matter how many releases he shares, he always has something dynamic to offer. Oneohtrix Point Never delivers his curious EP Love In The Time Of Lexapro, a short but dynamic look into the the mind of one of electronic music’s most bountiful figures.
Love In The Time Of Lexapro consists of four relatively short tracks, but the record takes no time to get started. Title track ‘Love In The Time Of Lexapro‘ starts of misleadingly chilled, the song quickly transforming into something a bit more dynamic but chill all the same. The spiraling track is followed by the Ryuchi Sakamoto rework of ‘Last Known Image Of A Song,’ which keeps the peace and ads a bit of curiosity into the mix. That curiosity is further explored in ‘Thank God I’m A Country Girl‘ before ‘Babylon‘ with (Sandy) Alex G closes the record with a sweet end.
Oneohtrix Point Never delivers a curious EP Love In The Time Of Lexapro, showing a sweeter dynamic to his music while providing some great collaborations with it. There’s a lot of great, subtle things going on, and it’ll leave you relaxed and enjoying your time, too.
Favorite Track: Love In The Time Of Lexapro
Least Favorite Track: Thank God I’m A Country Girl
Rating: 70 / 100
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