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Autechre - Pathetic Triangle (2001)

This is pretty brutal techno from Autechre –  one of the mainstays of the wonderful Warp Records stable and producers of uneasy listening since the early 1990s. 49 more words

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Various Artists : Blech II - Blechsdottir

Originally released 23rd September 1996.  Original review published 30th November 2008.

The premise? Simple. Take one beyond cool ambient/electronica/whatever label at the peak of it’s creative powers, add to it the best of their peerless roster of knob twiddling savants and then mix spotlessly some of their best unreleased work. 226 more words

Reviews - 1990's Releases

The Warp Magic Tour Bus parks up in Dublin (2002)

A band of modern-day merry pranksters has rolled into Dublin – a busload of DJs and expert knob-twiddlers creating an alternative summer holiday soundtrack.

After 100 releases, the Warp Record label is taking its Magic Bus Tour around Europe. 387 more words

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Autechre - Laughing Quarter

A track from the bands 1997 EP ‘Envane’, which was the forerunner to their incredible album later that year, ‘Chiastic Slide’; an album where the hulking rigidity of ‘Tri Repetae’ started to loosen and melt before our eyes. 25 more words


Autechre - Chiastic Slide (1997)

With a discography as sonically diverse as Autechre’s, you can easily find some forsaken soul to declare each recording an outlier. If you want to apply that to… 426 more words


Daily Dose: 'The Egg' by Autechre

Last one on the electronic music bender before we have a bit more variety, I promise. I wanted to put this track here because in the same way that I saw ambient IDM parallels between Caribou and The Dice Man and their respective songs previously, I find certain similarities here between this and the brilliant Blanck Mass track that just preceded it. 190 more words

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