Ford & Lopatin (formerly known as Games) is an American electronic music duo whose first recordings were released in 2010.
Ford & Lopatin is composed of electronic musician Daniel Lopatin (Oneohtrix Point Never) and Joel Ford of the group Tigercity. The pair began working early in 2010 on music heavily influenced by 1980s-era production techniques, including the use of digital and analog synthesizers, drum machines, and midi sequencers. They signed with record label Hippos in Tanks and released a 7" record and an EP, That We Can Play. Both were issued on vinyl and as digital downloads, with no compact disc release.
In February 2011, the duo changed their name to Ford & Lopatin, reportedly to preempt legal issues with the Interscope Records artist Game. Their latest full-length is to be released on their own Software Recording Co. label, a subsidiary of Kemado Records.
In 2011, Daniel Lopatin's project, Oneohtrix Point Never, was selected by Animal Collective to play at the All Tomorrow's Parties festival curated by the collective. ATP.