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  1. Envious of all who got to experience them i Bergen! The local newspaper in Bergen did an interview with Sean btw! Behind a paywall unfortunately, and in Norwegian anyway. So I translated it (or google translate did, cuz I'm a lazy bastard lol. Have only fixed some of the words and grammar here and there). Not that much new info to find here really, other that Sean finally revealed where about in Norway he lives now (read on to find out : ) Also disappointed that the paper didn't bother taking any new photos of the lads
    20 points
  2. here's something that might interest you guys 😃 i stumbled upon this on an ibc recording, a cavity job "demo" played on one of autechre's shows with another dj, before the official cavity job release it sounds like it's extended by a few seconds and there's less sample usage. also sounds rougher than the single version. but this could just be my ears deceiving me at the end of the recording they say they're looking for labels to release the tune. i think this is from before sweatbox 2, so my guess is that this was recorded around may or even april 1991 cavity job original demo.mp3
    17 points
  3. It was amazing. Club set. all bangers. dark and rythmic. Pretty close to the Barbican set (from what little I've heard of that). Edit: pic of souvenir
    16 points
  4. Autechre Barbican 07/10/22 Set Two 48/24WAV View File Autechre Barbican Hall, London, 07/10/2022 - Set Two Zoom H4nPro, built in x-y mics, 48Khz 24bit WAV Stalls Row G - A.D.Jacques recording Needs some attention/remastering - please don't post all over the place on YouTube etc. I record this stuff for myself and for the artists to hear and the fine people on this forum - please keep it here, thank you xx Submitter commercial Submitted 10/31/22 Category Autechre  
    13 points
  5. Great gig last night in Torino. All standing. banging set.
    11 points
  6. I was at the Turin gig a few hours ago. Second time I saw them (after Lausanne in 2016). I don't know if I have something very relevant to say but here's my modest report. I'm not the type of guy to go to festivals or even gigs. That means my experience is mainly made from what comes out of my headphones, at home. I was hyped as fuck of course. First thing I noticed was that it was not enough dark. Lights of the emergency exits were not turned off and I guess some light was coming from the entrance. I don't know exactly. I imagine it's also harder...
    11 points
  7. Haven't listened to any of the recent sets, so can't compare it to them. But it was quite a bit more monotonous than the onesix sets, which had 4-5 very distinct sections. The sound was great, but not as 3D as in 2016. Skittery bass drums/sub bass lines dominating the sound - shaking up your innards while being really well balanced - with crisp synthesized percussion that sounded like PM stuff on top. A really nice almost 4/4 kick section in the middle that was relatively laidback and provided some good variation. Some rattling metallic stuff here and there, some formant stuff that sounded like a giant mech failing to...
    10 points
  8. I actually like dcom’s ‘It Doesn’t Matter’, wish I’d thought of that. I don’t think it’s up to us though. Back in 89 we were calling it ‘rogue techno’ for some reason. That didn’t last long. ELM pre-dates IDM so I guess it’s more correct but it’s also a bit silly because all music is for listening to.
    10 points
  9. I've just put my Zoom recordings (48/24 WAV) up in the download area... no tampering on them apart from topping and tailing and levelling the L/R a little
    10 points
  10. fucking hell yes, artificial intelligence 3 with tracks by wu-lu, future brown and the rest of the scooby gang, can't wait !
    10 points
  11. Very sick congratulations cobbs 'Axe Wound' by (me) Lewis Ihnatko, acrylic on canvas, 2022 My show opened Friday
    9 points
  12. The user (boat breaker) also kindly put the link to download the flac in the description
    8 points
  13. Listening to Low and thinking about Mimi Parker, how integral she is to the band's sound, the peerless work they'd already created together, the incredible aesthetic tract they were still riding up until the end, continually reinventing what'd come before. Mimi's voice piercing through the gloom and distortion of their music like a floodlight in the fog. Just heartbroken for Alan and felt this deserved a topic to celebrate the band at the very least.
    8 points
  14. 8 points
  15. Got to add a quick thanks to the guys who recorded and mastered the two Barbican sets, they sound as good as you could possibly hope for from a crowd recording. Weirdly I'm enjoying the recording of the 1st barbican set a lot more than I did actually being there. Probably sounding like an old man here, but the volume was so loud I couldn't really make out much over the booming kicks and percussion. Maybe it was where we were sat? Anyway, pretty stoked for the soundboards. Would be nice to get a release before Christmas...
    8 points
  16. lol, I forgot about the flash moron. At least he was somewhat quick about it.
    8 points
  17. Some old fart previous millennium highlights. 1988: Depeche Mode/Nitzer Ebb 1989: Anthrax/Suicidal Tendencies 1990: Iron Maiden/Anthrax, The Rolling Stones 1991: Morbid Angel/Entombed 1992: Scorn, Sepultura, Nirvana, Fugazi, Faith No More, Megadeth, Nuclear Assault, Turbonegro, Metallica, Primal Scream 1993: Tool, Rage Against the Machine, Sonic Youth, Voivod, Alice in Chains, Kreator, Neil Young, Sepultura 1994: Aphex Twin, Slayer, Carcass, Dissection, Soundgarden, Today is the Day, Helmet 1995: Mr. Bungle, Meshuggah, Fugazi, Faith No More, Primus 1996: Björk, Sepultura, Rage Against the Machine 1997: Daft Punk, Aphex Twin, Refused, Merzbow, The Prodigy, Radiohead, Björk, Napalm Death, Stereolab 1998: Meshuggah, Death, Kraftwerk, Black Sabbath, Sonic Youth, Beastie Boys, Emperor, Primus, Morbid Angel, Vader...
    8 points
  18. I thought there would be a "introduce yourself" board here , is there ? Anyways , just saying hello to everyone , I'm new here ; haven't looked around enough but I bet I'm going to enjoy this forum :]
    7 points
  19. OUT NOW exm - COMP comp by exm Limited edition glass mastered 2CD compilation of selected works by exm. Featuring unreleased tracks, including an exclusive remix by Yage (The Future Sound of London) previously only available on Mind Maps 2. Presented in a hand assembled custom A5 gatefold sleeve printed on recycled matt card.
    7 points
  20. 7 points
  21. I buy into "fucking idiot who does way too much coke and needs to be tossed down one of his dad's old apartheid emerald mines" theory
    7 points
  22. 1. Human Touch (CV Beszállás Edit) 05:02 2. Org Vibris (Corso Edit) 05:32 3. Duelling Parrots 05:15 4. Slipgate 04:23 5. Grown-Up Talk 04:19 6. Nueva Traditional 05:49 7. Elanaya Bay 02:59 8. Warming Up 02:58 Rolando Simmons - a revered name in certain acidic circles - joins Utter for the 'Human Remains' EP, a wildly inventive 8-track adventure that deftly dabbles in rave, IDM, Techno and beyond in classic RS style. The project is the creative brainchild of Mattias Östling, who has been on a prolific production streak since the late 2000s, firstly under the name Trackermatte before settling into work under his current moniker. This particular release is...
    7 points
  23. Have yourselves a Ceephax little Christmas! Out december 25th. https://ceephax.bandcamp.com/album/baddow-moods
    7 points
  24. I guess there’s a thread about this in the ceephax subforum but I’ll leave this here anyway. As far as his campaign goal to press the vinyl goes , it’s happening. Jump in if you got ears connected to yer brains, y’all. https://ceephax.bandcamp.com/campaign/baddow-moods
    7 points
  25. This thread brought to you by the conveyor belt crab crew
    7 points
  26. these recordings used to be on the ibc website, they're still hosted on some weird site that doesn't work anymore, but i managed to download these files somehow ibc had a lot to do with autechre in their early days. they did an interview and played some of their tunes. but they never had their own solo show, all their appearances are with another dj (afaik) here's a list of shows featuring autechre that you can still find online May (?) 1991 ----- this is the one with the cavity job demo, DM me if you want the full recording (nothing interesting just some nice techno tunes) June 1991 Another...
    7 points
  27. Was doing our pre gig walk around the area and caught the lads doing soundcheck IMG_6882.MOV
    7 points
  28. I uploaded set two. set one is on it's way. don't be fooled,this is an improvement for listening, it's more balanced and brings a bit more of details, but it won't magically become a soundboard also : set two was harder material to work on, because of the location of the recorder (loads of bass, more blurred mids, bigger stereo phase weirdness, and a bit of mics saturation) oh and I forgot to fade in and fade out, so public applauds and then it cuts suddenly. but nevermind.
    7 points
  29. Autechre Barbican 07/10/22 Set One 48/24WAV View File Autechre Barbican Hall, London, 07/10/2022 - Set One Zoom H4nPro, built in x-y mics, 48Khz 24bit WAV Stalls Row J - A.D.Jacques recording Needs some attention/remastering - please don't post all over the place on YouTube etc. I record this stuff for myself and for the artists to hear and the fine people on this forum - please keep it here, thank you xx Submitter commercial Submitted 10/31/22 Category Autechre  
    7 points
  30. I just finished the mastering of the files @commercial send me a few weeks ago. will upload it today. but it's nice you gave raw files aviable for wattmers who would like to do their own process on it.
    7 points
  31. They are up there now - anything someone can do to improve them please have a go - keep it in this forum please, don't throw them all over the internet - I record these for the enthusiasts
    7 points
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