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Autechre - LP5 (1998)

Now this appraisal might become entirely irrelevant and useless if I ever get around to Confield, but at least compared to previous Autechre material, … 469 more words


Songs Of The Week: Best New Releases

Last week’s best releases have a couple of things in common (other than having been released last week): an outstanding production quality, and an appeal that instantly catches your ear. 268 more words

Songs Of The Week

Autechre: Flutter (1994)

Autechre’s one and only political statement was this piece. It was a classy response to the Criminal Justice Bill in the UK that defined rave as ‘music wholly or predominantly characterized by the emission of a succession of repetitive beats’ and such music events could be stopped by the police. 71 more words


Autechre release new 5-disc set of music via Warp entitled 'elseq 1-5'

Veteran Manc electronic duo Autechre are aiming to win over new fans with more of the same complex beat disorder in the shape of, wait for it, five brand new albums worth of music entitled ‘elseq 1-5’. 71 more words


Autechre - Ccec

Chopped up rap vocals and blunt Electro are the order of the day on this track from the bands ‘EP7’ from 1999. Masterful.


Quirky #10

More found footage from Quirky at Vox Club, Brixton on 16.06.1994 which featured  Autechre and Vulva preforming live.


Feature: Top Debut Albums of All Time

No matter how successful an artist or band may later become, their first offering is in many ways the most defining. Here, We Are Unseen pick their all time favourite debuts, and explain what makes them stand out from the crowd. 1,240 more words