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Essential Track: Mr. Oizo's wobbly 'iSoap,' from his new 'The Church'

Essential Track: Mr. Oizo's wobbly 'iSoap,' from his new 'The Church'

The artist born Quentin Dupieux is known to different fans for different kinds of creations. To buffs of strange B-movies, he's known for his films "Rubber," "Wrong Cops" and "Wrong," a trio about evil tires, evil cops and lost dogs.

To devotees of strange electronic dance music, Dupieux, raised in Paris but residing in Los Angeles, is Mr. Oizo, whose work over the past decade is as curious as his storytelling. Best known for being the quirkiest, most playful French house producer making tracks at the dawn of the Daft Punk era (his great "Analog Worms Attack"), Dupieux hooked up with the Justice-fueled Ed Banger crew for a new round of...

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