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Black Snow

'Black Snow', taken from Oneohtrix Point Never’s new album 'Age Of', out 1 June on Warp.

 

Director: Daniel Lopatin
Designer: Griffin Frazen
Producer: Jess Lowe
Director of Photography: Eric Yue
Art Director: Emily Schubert
Movement Director: Madeline Hollander

1st AC: Emma Hing
2nd AC: Zoë Yi
Gaffer: Glenn Porter
Key Grip: Brandon Woodruff
Swing: Dan Fethke
DMX Op: Mike Gallant

SFX Make-Up: Emily Schubert
Wardrobe Stylist: Coco Campbell
Set Dresser: Dan Ohalloran
Set Dresser: Anastasia Ehrich
Key PA: Aidan Mccarthy
PA: Ella Quinlan
PA: Russ Chave

Editor: Griffin Frazen
Colorist: Tim Masick
VFX: Nate Boyce, Ezra Miller, Griffin Frazen

Text Excerpt by Harmony Korine From Julien Donkey-Boy

OPN Desk Concept by Jon Rafman

Special Thanks: Pier 59
Produced By: Pulse Films
Executive Producer: Rik Green

Artist Management: Andy James, Eliza Ryan, Ray Hearn

Puppet: Victor Hazan
Line Dancer 1: Asami Tomido
Line Dancer 2: Alana Courtois
Line Dancer 3: Chrissy Doughty
Line Dancer 4: Katie Gaydos
Line Dancer 5: Lauren Newman
Hazmat Worker 1: Shaun Trujillo
Hazmat Worker 2: Robin Triangle
Hazmat Worker 3: Gabe Schuman
Hazmat Worker 4: Patrick North
Hazmat Worker 5: Derek Kaneko
Hazmat Worker 6: Matthew Arkell
Cats: Christina Read

 

‘Black Snow’ Music Credits:

Oneohtrix Point Never - Lead voice
Anhoni - Backing voice
Eli Keszler - Drums
Shaun Trujillo - Words

Written, performed and produced by Oneohtrix Point Never
Additional production by James Blake
Mixed by James Blake
Assisted by Gabriel Schuman, Joshua Smith and Evan Sutton

Black Snow lyrics inspired by The Cybernetic Culture Research Unit, published by Time Spiral Press (2015)

Song Exploder

From the Song Exploder official site:

Song Exploder is a podcast where musicians take apart their songs, and piece by piece, tell the story of how they were made. Each episode is produced and edited by host and creator Hrishikesh Hirway in Los Angeles. Using the isolated, individual tracks from a recording, Hrishikesh asks artists to delve into the specific decisions that went into creating their work. Hrishikesh edits the interviews, removing his side of the conversation and condensing the story to be tightly focused on how the artists brought their songs to life. Guests include Björk, U2, Metallica, Solange, and over a hundred more. Full list of episodes.

Four amazing examples:

 

And the full playlist:

4 Degrees

ANOHNI, the lead singer from Antony and the Johnsons, has collaborated with Hudson Mohawke and Oneohtrix Point Never on “4 DEGREES.”  It is a bombastic dance track celebrating global boiling and collapsing biodiversity.  Rather than taking refuge in good intentions, ANOHNI gives voice to the attitude sublimated within her behavior as she continues to consume in a fossil fuel-based economy. To support the Paris climate conference, ongoing this December, ANOHNI releases “4 DEGREES,” the first single from her upcoming album HOPELESSNESS.

 

"4 DEGREES” emerged earlier this year in live performances. As discussed by ANOHNI, "I have grown tired of grieving for humanity, and I also thought I was not being entirely honest by pretending that I am not a part of the problem," she said. "'4 DEGREES' is kind of a brutal attempt to hold myself accountable, not just valorize my intentions, but also reflect on the true impact of my behaviors.”

 

ANOHNI’s “4 DEGREES” is available today via Rough Trade. ANOHNI, Hudson Mohawke and Oneohtrix Point Never will play select performances in the months to come. More shows will be announced soon, along with more information about this collaboration and ANOHNI’s HOPELESSNESS.