|Autechre Stream New EP|
2013-10-11 by Hyperion CONTRIBUTOR | 23 Replies | 1616 Views
Autechre are streaming their latest EP, L-Event, in full over at Fact Mag. The EP, clocking in at 26 minutes, is the follow up to the group's 2013 full-length Exai, and is due out October 28th. L-Event is available for preorder at Bleep.com
dont freak out the link is supposed to fuck the page up, its actually kind of cool
Digging: The Future Sound of London - Dead Cities
still freaked out a little bit
alternatively, let Autechre fuck up sputnik: http://p.autechre.ws/proxy?lnk=http://sputnikmusic.com
It sounds like what a computer virus looks like so it's perfect.
the second thing is so much better than the first thing
Digging: Girls' Generation - Love & Peace
wow im actually liking this whwowhowhwhwowhwo
I really like it. and really like Exai.
Would be cool to hear these sounds more melodically occasionally though
Digging: Evenings - Yore
Gha, too much stuff coming out.
Digging: Burial - Rival Dealer
fuckin love it
and yeah that link is the best, I talked about it in the last news article
bro that was the best time i'm so high
i saw hitler in the virusy artwork fuck
hitler is exapanding you guys
l o c o
Digging: Luxury Elite / Saint Pepsi - Late Night Delight
Digging: Johnny Dyani - Witchdoctor's Son
fuck thats cool
Digging: FIS - The Commons
newbound is serene
i hope rym is slow right now because they decided the new album pages are horrendous and they're going to change them back because let's face it there was absolutely no reason to change them in the first place because they were fine...because l-event dropped
newbound might be soty. i have never encountered an artist that uses negative space so effortlessly in their music. the way that floating melody in the back always teases at resolving but rarely does just is just purely sublime.
im convinced these guys can do no wrong.
they really can't
The greatest trick Autechre ever played was convincing the world that their music was not actually music.
Kevin Spacey as Sean Booth and Rob Brown