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Four Tet Made an Ascendent, Extended Rework of Oneohtrix Point Never's "Sticky Drama"

The 'Garden of Delete' standout gets stretched out for a Boiler Room stream from London's Barbican.

by Colin Joyce
Feb 18 2016, 5:13pm

Photos courtesy of the artists

Wednesday afternoon, the live music streaming magnates atBoiler Room announced that they'd be teaming up with London's Barbican arts complex and Warp Records for a special stream of a nearly hourlong Four Tet remix of Oneohtrix Point Never's "Sticky Drama." That track is one of the glitchy, abstract ballads from the Brooklyn producer/composer's latest album, Garden of Delete, and Four Tet, a reformed experimentalist in his own right, stretches and pulls apart the track into an ascendant (and mostly ambient) piece. That composition comes paired with footage from the bowels of the Barbican, that lend an appropriately seedy air to the whole proceedings. Stream it below or over at the Boiler Room site.

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