Boomkat Product Review:
One of the most notorious Oneohtrix Point Never-related projects, paying a sideways tribute to Michael Jackson and the analgesic prescription drug which ultimately catalysed his demise back in summer of 2009, kind of attempting to recreate it's catatonic side effects through screwed samples and warped synths.
You perhaps need to ingest the accompanying video on youtube for the full effect (it's one of Lopatin's most effective collage cut ups), but administered correctly, 'Demerol' should still have the desired effect on its own.
'Baltimore' is also another favourite, making another nod DJ Screw's codeine haze beats with fairly evil droning hiphop sludge beats. 'Blue Drive', meanwhile, features one of his longer ambient drift sequences, hinting at the meditative new-age spirituality of J.D Emmanuel, in sharp contrast to the florid topographies of 'Gray-Level Objects Describing Bio Layers', venturing into noisier textured scapes with the trusty sound of a cliched eagle soaring above to put a wry smirk on the mug of any cynical psychonauts.