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Channel Pressure by Ford & Lopatin, released 07 June 2011 1. Scumsoft 2. Channel Pressure 3. Emergency Room 4. Rock Center Paranoia 5. Too Much MIDI (Please Forgive Me) 6. New Planet 7. The Voices 8. Joey Rogers 9. Dead Jammer 10. Break Inside 11. I Surrender 12. Green Fields 13. World Of Regret 14. G's Dream. There have been so many nu 80s/retro artists in the last 5-10 years but this group and this album smack of pure 80s authenticity. Each track pulls out the slightly more obscure corners of the 80s, and leaves behind the typical 80s pop throwback.
Ford & Lopatin is Joel Ford, a member of Brooklyn soft-rock fetishists Tigercity, and Daniel Lopatin, the guy behind synth-drone project Oneohtrix Point Never. Until late last year, they went by Games, but after legal snags (or, as Lopatin referred to it on Twitter, a "shwagy situation"), they decided to keep it to their surnames. While recording their debut album, Channel Pressure, F&L took their fondness for the sounds of the 1980s one step further and tracked the album at the studio of Jan Hammer, who composed the immortal "Miami Vice" theme. Accordingly, Channel Pressure is an impossibly slick and glossy record with sweet and sticky hooks that underscore the duo's talent for infusing pop songwriting with something beamed in from another era.
Recorded at Gary's Electric, Brooklyn New York, November 2010 - January 2011 Mastered at The Lodge, NYC.
Ford & Lopatin (formerly known as Games) is an American electronic duo composed of musicians Daniel Lopatin (better known as Oneohtrix Point Never) and Joel Ford (of the group Tigercity). The group's sound draws on disparate genres such as 1980s synthpop and MIDI-funk, chopped and screwed production, 1970s fusion, and techno. They have released a number of original recordings and remix mixtapes, including the 2011 album Channel Pressure. Ford (R) and Lopatin in 2010. Background information.
Somehow Ford & Lopatin have created a record that is exactly how a collaboration between them should sound, but at the same time it tricks you into believing it is a digital rendering that has never been touched by human hand.
Childhood friends Daniel Lopatin (the esoterically inclined synth/noise producer Oneohtrix Point Never) and Joel Ford (of the electro-pop band Tigercity) introduced their musical partnership in 2010, issuing several releases under the moniker Games. For their full-length bow the following June, the duo switched their handle to a more businesslike pairing of surnames, but that doesn't mean they've quit playing games with their art.
Ford & Lopatin - Channel Pressure 03:01. Ford & Lopatin - Emergency Room 03:33. Ford & Lopatin - Too Much Midi (Please Forgive Me) 04:13. Ford & Lopatin - The Voices 02:59. Ford & Lopatin - Joey Rogers 03:43. Ford & Lopatin - Break Inside 04:50. Ford & Lopatin - I Surrender 03:14.
Artists Ford & Lopatin Channel Pressure. Channel Pressure Ford & Lopatin. This album has an average beat per minute of 110 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 70/188 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Channel Pressure. BPM Profile Channel Pressure. Album starts at 92BPM, ends at 130BPM (+38), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).