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Autechre - Maphive 6.1

A really beautiful track from Autechre’s phenomenal 1999 work ‘EP7′, which was an EP (mini-album?, under-priced album?) that can stand as one of the duo’s finest releases. 105 more words


Not Forgotten: Mark Bell of LFO passes away

Mark Bell, the influential producer and musician, has died. According to his label Warp Records, “It’s with great sadness that we announce the untimely passing of Mark Bell of… 243 more words


I still care Richard, whether you do it or not...

My purpose here is not to write a review of Syro, Aphex Twin’s latest album, as there’s already way too much stuff on the web about it and I won’t be adding anything more useful or interesting. 1,025 more words

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Aphex Twin's Syro: What Else to Say?

Aphex Twin, for the few that may not know of him, is Richard D. James, one of the most revered electronic artists of all time. He’s built up an impressive library of aliases spanning different eras of music and styles since the 80’s, and cultivated a sort of cult of secrecy about him like: disdaining any interviews and giving flippant, cryptic answers for the few he humoured. 1,032 more words


Autechre - Nuane

The Autechre of 1997’s ‘Chiastic Slide’ album could be seen as an act in transition. This was the album after ‘Tri Repetae’ (1995), which was all rigid hulking metallic Electro; and before material like ‘Confield’ and ‘Draft 7.30′, which was post-Electro with very little to hold onto. 96 more words