The melodies are freely available in MIDI form.
Daniel Lopatin is inviting fans to remix melodies from his forthcoming Garden of Delete album to create an archive of alternate versions.
Melodies from the album in MIDI form were recently hidden in the website of Kaoss Edge, the band that may or may not have been made up by Lopatin as part of an elaborate alternate reality game.
Warp is now inviting fans to take the files (which the label has confirmed are taken from the LP) and create their own works. Finished music should be sent to Ezra (the mysterious alien Lopatin said originally gave him the MIDI files on a USB stick) at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re as confused as we still are about the whole affair, you can catch up here.
You can listen to one attempt below, which Lopatin shared yesterday and features all the MIDI files rolled into one video. It’s the closest we’ll have until Garden Of Delete drops on November 13.
You can grab the files here, and check out dates for Lopatin’s Garden Of Delete tour at the bottom of the page.
11/07 – Turin, IT – Club 2 Club
11/08 – London, UK – Illuminations Festival at the Village Underground
11/09 – Brussels, BE – Orangerie
11/10 – Berlin, DE – Berghain
11/20 – New York, NY – Venue TBA
11/23 – Vancouver, BC – Venue
11/24 – Seattle, WA – Neumos*
11/25 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir lounge*
11/27 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent*
11/28 – Los Angeles, CA – The Regent Theater *
12/02 – Tokyo, JP – Liquidroom
12/04 Osaka, JP – Fanj Twice
* w/ James Ferraro
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