Their second EP, released in 1999, one year after Tplay. More deliciously attenuated garage, with house and techno scrawled into the mix, besides a fresh transgressiveness in places (like the closer). The original half-dozen, plus another six previously unheard recordings from the same sessions.
Sick electro pop, dub-techno and generally spooked, OD’d, stark modular fury from the Chicago duo: ‘itchy Cluster tones…frazzled Factory keys…LCD oscillations…NEU-motorik thrust… Argabright playgrounds…’
Dazzling melds of classic Detroit, grime, dubstep, speed garage, Paisley rock, synth-wave and the rest, with none other than the man not-himself crowned king.
French-Belgian electro-samba, cornered. A mini-LP on the Brussels label, Les Disques Du Crepuscule, from 1982; augmented here by the first Antena EP, a few B-sides, compilation tracks, and two unreleased cuts.
Amazing, wildly diverse, groundbreaking survey of experimental and electronic music in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia, from pioneers to current underground movers and shakers.
‘more generous and playful… with recognizable forms from electronic music’s past, especially the pre 90’s hip hop, electro and house that Autechre talk about as being the formative music of their youth’. (Warp)
The gorgeous, warm, entrancing orchestration of a couple of tape loops, in celebration of two new babies, as if conjuring them up and coddling them in sound.
‘I had rented a piano and I was playing around with recording loops and cutting off the attack of the head hitting the keys. You can tell that you’re hearing a piano, but it sounds different, like it’s underwater.’