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  1. HUGE Rod Modell fan.. . first listens were a tad weary, kind of expecting "120 tunes sped up to 140" . . . everything feeling crammed in - all the gaps just made shorter. .. feels rushed, like teens wearing fluro mesh on speed with glowsticks trying to keep up with an impossible rhythm. . .. . it's one thing to just speed files up, rather than feel that new speed, coax it to follow human movement, new bridging movements to connect sounds, new patterns to create space and volume. .. . I was weary. But after those first few tentative listens. .. these feel good. .. I wish that aquatic filler, the swishing sighs, the blurred skies, would get dropped a bit more - replaced with something more fitting to these ratios, something more along a techno line, something more engineered and pressing . . . but nobody does this better, nobody brings this quality and feel. .. and due to the new form it does feel like a very welcome diversion from the always brilliant slower stuff, when the tracks get on it they really get on it !
  2. Already having 'negative post' regret. . . . Sigh.. . . LET IT GOOOOO ! LET IT GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO !
  3. It's this kind of titbit. . . . “Plaid continue to push the envelope for expansive electronic music” - Future Music 9/10 That makes me want to write down what I think about the album - what I think about most Plaid stuff. But it's all subjective isn't it. .. it doesn't really matter. It's not like I've got some weird feelings all piling up waiting for some kind of release. It's just good to chat, share points of view. . . maybe not negative ones though - no need no need. But man.. . . twiddly twiddly twiddly mindless blah blah. Cold limited lonely audio palette yikes. Yeah - I saw Bjork down rough trade. . . didn't we all. . .. drops kebab - moving on moving on. [Wipes a tear // / // immediately plays Bytes, Temple of Transparent Balls, Parasight, Spanners back to back then good new things by new people]
  4. Yep - ignore me.. . https://forum.watmm.com/topic/95689-new-ae-track-on-the-adult-swim-singles-program-2018-coming-soon/
  5. ? http://warp.net/news/autechre-listen-to-new-track-sinistrail-sentinel/
  6. All good Extralife ! Wish everyone on the internet disagreed with each other in such a pleasant manner. :) I'll listen to the album more . .. . absolutely. . . and try not to fight the strings and samples... I really am a huge djrum fan. OK OK OK - I may as well give the rap-rap-rapping on Dabrye tunes a go while I'm at it.. . . . . dang! (Marc genuinely goes off to listen to Three/Three) M x
  7. No probs Thaumaturge! It's hard to lay into an album that you kinda like big chunks of but fail to be convinced it works on a creative hollistic level. .. . djrum is obviously a crazy genius. .. . just this album fails for me. . .. . . so I had to balance the needless negative moaning (which it plainly is) with some positive recommendations for other disappointed djrum fans. M X
  8. I'm a HUGE djrum fan - and was very much looking forward to this release. .. but who do I share this sadness with? Thanks WATMM for just existing. .. . for being people and some place for me to just say what I'm thinking. This album is everything that was starting to become irritating in his music taken and extended - made more so. .. the breath samples, the film speech samples, the endless strings and cellos, the hyper-produced feel, that bloody off-beat handclap with loads of echo. . . . it all feels so lazy and mechanical now. .. like watching a movie director pull all the same old tricks to try and illicit certain responses. .. and it just feels tired and desperate. I'd bought a few things off Juno at the same time - and when the album finished musicbee started playing the JV&PALF single 'Wren'. . .. and it's kind of similar. .. but the freshness, the space, the direct modern joy. .. made me think 'oh djrum this is better .. .. highlight so far' - then I realised it was somebody else and the djrum album was over - it felt short, like it was just various versions of 2 or 3 tracks mixed and stuck together - same sounds, same structures, same oooh-ahhh samples. .. . . It's like words being written on paintings. .. it's ok a few times. . and some artists made it their own - basquiat, twombly, art&language (!) .. . . but for me it sticks out as being this lazy shortcut towards symbolism and meaning. . why try and make a beautiful painting when you can write the word beautiful ?.... . so everytime one of these bleedin samples appears on djrum tracks . .. talking about feelings, or being lost, or being otherworldly. . . it just bores the sh!t out of me. .. it immediately makes my eyes roll back in my head and ruins everything. . . it doesn't make me feel the feelings, it doesn't make me feel otherworldly. . . it makes me think 'ooh I wonder what film that's from'.. . and the track is ruined. Argh - just going back and playing everything else by djrum. .. . . it's all so good. .. . . but then. .. Broken Glass Arch.. . I buy virtually everything from R&S. .. but that has to be the first thing I just bought one track from.. .. should have listened to the warning sirens then I suppose. What else then? What's recent and similar but better? JV&Palf 'Wren' Hidden Element 'Voices EP' Kutiman 'Don't Hold Onto The Clouds' - longer, more spacious and mellow. Deadboy 'Psychic Hotline' (some) Kuoyah 'Aurorae' - part 2 more than part 1 Hugo Massien 'Advanced Aerial Threat' - esp Ursa Minor Cerebral-Cuts - all NAAK 'Dimensions' Asmar/Goinst 'Gallery EP' Avatism 'Bad Summer' .. . .. oh I think I could go on. .. . . so much good music - so sad that this album is just a terrible letdown.
  9. Hi Ignatius, I was lucky enough to snag the first code : glqf-gmk2 Been playing the tunes all day on loop - absolutely fantastic stuff - and hugely appreciated by these ears ! Will definitely be taking a look at your other bandcamp stuff. Huge Thanks, Marc. www.counterprojects.com www.hykuza.com
  10. Thought you might like to see my Ae inspired latest set of 3 (well they're all bloody Ae inspired aren't they eh?!?!). . see them BIG on the old website. .. I wonder what their titles could mean. .. . BBIINNEE, CCFFEERRNN, and UUVVIIOOLL . .. . of course (cough) if they were hoping for some artwork for the next (cough) album .. . . which will surely be called Dry Sane. .. I think 13 13"x13" paintings - one for each of the 13 tracks. .. all in an exhibition on launch . .. given away as prizes to super fanboy watmmers... .. got to happen hasn't it. . . . . . !!!!! Contact details are on my website yeh. .. . like. .. just saying. . .. www.marcjday.com :P To answer LARRY's earlier question. .. . they are done in layers. .. which I let dry - these are 4 layers.. .. rotring ink, watery acrylics (these are all done in one go to get all that crazy colour mixing and dispersion you get with really watered down acrylics on paper), white&glazes, more rotring ink.. . some take more layers - more time. .. . I do them in 3's or 4's for each 'series' . ... takes between 3-5 days to go through the whole kaboodle. :) Keep it going people! XX
  11. :) Huge Thanks! :) [humbly backs out of the room]
  12. Googles 'Fiona Rae'. Far more magical than my random stabs of paint and ink :) M.
  13. Always enjoyed looking at everybody's incredible creations on here, and always wanted to join in. . . hope some of you fine peeps like random meaningless noises. . . I mean. . . paint splats. :) http://www.marcjday.com https://www.instagram.com/marcjday/
  14. How different it all used to be . .. "really?" you ask, in the modern hyper-cynical brogue. How different? I had a recurring dream, in the nineties, of wandering around an unpinnable english city, an amalgamation of shop fronts, ancient victorian curved glass, bad lighting, shoddy shelves and crates smothered in white stickers and black marker. I'd root around the shop and find a small bundle of amazing cds... . I'd try and memorise their names for when I woke up. "Well - that's not much of a dream is it?" you say, internetted up to the gills with forums, search engines, online stores, fan pages, links, information, information, information. It's hard, I expect, for a lot of people to understand buying things because the word 'instrumental' was mentioned, or buying things because the artwork suggested the contents might be electronic, futuristic, modern. It was such a gamble then - you couldn't listen to samples, you couldn't download it for free then buy it, nobody else you knew liked anything anywhere NEAR what you liked. It was all so rare, you were alone, nobody else knew, you had to hunt, you had to travel, you had to buy, you just had to keep going - surely we all dreamed the dream of magical finds in record shops. For me - it all started in the aquarium underneath the Blackpool Tower & Ballroom - they were playing Tomita "Snowflakes are Dancing" - late seventies, dim light, big fish, the most incredible electronic sounds - so otherworldly, so never-existed-before, so beyond new, so future. . . . the fish mouthed at me, the iron tower above trembled with the pure electronically generated sound waves. Here was music that talked without words, that brought images to your mind without forcing them down your throat, and here started a journey into instrumental electronic future music - that opened doors for the imagination to step into a world not yet created and of landscapes not yet scorched by fierce inventions. Then followed a difficult period of random discoveries, jumping from isolated island to isolated island - jarre, tangerine dream, vangelis, mike oldfield - then some electronic pop - but not really - it just didn't have that distance - that open-ness. . . . art of noise, cabaret voltaire, brian eno, harold budd, front 242, frontline assembly. . . Then - University - Sheffield - 1989. The WARP shop. . it was always there as far as I can remember.. . didn't feel special, just a record shop. .. and of course the staff were friendly/aloof/unapproachable. .. more because I was a mortal and they were cool/different. The world went 'bleep' - but it was all idiotic dance music - for drugged up ravers. I bought a giant slab of purple - sweet exorcist - clonk 12" - that was different. Bought Selected Ambient Works CD from the WARP shop - mustn't have been out long. It was a recession - so back home to Mum in Liverpool I went - on the dole - spending my money on cds. . . most things on WARP were instabuys (as the kids say these days) - Polygon Window, Black Dog Bytes, B12. .. . all so incredibly different to each other.. . like entire genres to themselves, flying ever outward - away from the slushy dull noise of what the radio played. Then - there it is - like my recurring dream - the graphics, the warp label, the magical amazing cd - all future and shiny. Probe Records - Button Street - Liverpool - 1993. It was winter and cold - the steps were wet and slippy - it might have been out a week. Then - each release as it came out - in the early days, in Bristol, hunting up and down Park Street, randomly finding them - not knowing they were being released - usually in november - or so my memory tells me, always in november. Wondering where the first Beaumont Hannant mix was. ANTI ep - how dare they stop people dancing. . . subversive black sticker over blank aqua. Wonderful to listen to the changes over time - the advances - the development - the unstoppable development. Being so infatuated with the bleeding tip of new music - not caring for 95% of music after a few months, there's more there - there's always more - you follow that cusp of the wave - you are the music - you are the here and now boys. From that cusp - I look about - there's not much music now that has the future HIDDEN within it - so much of it settles for small parts of what the future was once seen as possibly becoming - it all sounds very present - very now - but not plucked from the distantly heard echoes of future possibility. That is Autechre. M.
  15. Ventongimps is in cornwall - drive past it a lot. :)
  16. jbuonacc - I went through a very similar thought process myself. .. 1) am I just imagining this? B) is it REALLY a sample Ae have used - or just something freakishly accidentally similar? IV) has this minute sample snippet been INSERTED into my mp3 by a devious Ae prankster at a much later date? There are those weird moments when you're watching an old movie, or overhear someone playing an oldd tune, and the stream of information plays past your brain but something GRABS that stream and shouts at you 'I know this from somewhere else' over and over again.... unfortunately I don't get that from your tune - the way the bass (very ae sounding at beginning) slaps down in pairs between the melody at the beginning sounds structurally very similair to a few tracks off oversteps (ilanders) or exai (jatevee C) - but nothing directly sampled. I hope a shed load of Ae fans go here (1'14secs) and at the least rediscover some absolute classic electronic music made in 1971 (allegedly) eg. tuinorizn - surely made completely from beaubourg samples :P M x
  17. Kinda random I know - but maybe someone will want to add this to a list of Autechre samples .. . . Basscadet Tazmx sample from Beaubourg Part 2 - 16.39 Sounds like it might be made from scrunched up other bits as well. The part straight after that sounds very BOC! (cough) I'll get my khaki waterproof. Apologies if this is _already_ well known M x
  18. [brain] switching vacillating between it's all just too late grab the knife grab the knife to even bother chiming in but bothersome froth of the everything open now now now if it's all meaningless and worthless then nothing matters - so do everything away and scheme plot and falter blah and plummet it's all too late to even find you've missed the boat you missed the f*cking harbour mate ding the meter still ticks say it passenger say it or just give the god damn freakin hell up it's a shit ep there that wasn't too bad got it all out, late, aborted, fantastic frying mess it's shit say it again it's utter shitting shit [brain-in]
  19. He he he - I've read Dark Eden. Does it actually say 'tomorrow's harvest'? that'd be spooky.
  20. I only ever use in-ear headphones. These are the ones I have at the moment: http://www.aiaiai.dk/store/headphones/swirl If you're after a pair with a remote, for walking around with, and don't mind looking really cool - then the aiaiai's are FANTASTIC.. . sound is good, bass is good, loudness is good, comfort is superb, thick cable with springy bit NEVER tangles and never feels heavy and never transmits any movement sounds (know what I mean).. . they really are superbly designed in every way - so don't think you're buying them just for their looks - cool looking is just a happy bonus. Other earphones I've had which are good: DENON AH-C71 - fantastic sound - but a bit heavy and fall out your ear. Sennheiser cx-300 - really good sound - light and comfortable - fiddly tanglycable - sound transmits up it. Shure 315 - amazing sound - comfortable after a while (always take a while to sort themselves out - you get used to it) - but they always break - ALWAYS - like my two pairs of e2c's - amazing - but break after a year or so. . . always! so for me - shure 315s for quality - and if you don't move, but really, aiaiai swirl if you use your phone as an mp3 player and move about. Bon Chance!
  21. I think the answer to the original question is that our individual countries create a rolling landscape of cultural phenomena - we can collectively point to a great number of milestones that in total create an environment where certain things are a logical next step, things that make sense to us and us alone - more so in the 60's, 70's and 80's because countries were more culturally separate, and the events were more limited and more of a 'shared national experience'. From that 30 or 40 year period a strong hub of cultural identity and landscape grew and then disseminated into many other forms - but still with a sense of heritage and locale. So that, even now, the UK will have things in it's charts that the US wouldn't even dream of having, and vice versa. It would be very foolish to say one cultural landscape was better, or more informed, than the other.. . they really are just different, and have developed differently. There will always be a sub-section of people that identify strongly with the other landscape and feel somewhat alienated in their own land. From a young age I only liked instrumental music - I wanted music that didn't push some kind of message onto me - I wanted a world, a sensation, that I could inhabit and create my own feelings or images - so I listened to jarre, tomita, mike oldfield, vangelis, ebm, brian eno, harold budd. I can only suppose that this was a common feeling, created by the world we all lived in at that time, or, at least, a mix of a certain kind of person with that environment- because, then came along a little review in a music paper or magazine, that said Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works - it was music the reviewer had been dreaming of his entire life. .. . that must have been true for a lot of us. . . it was the next step that we were all so longing to take, and very shortly we found that there were others making this kind of evolutionary step. I don't doubt for one minute that the same was happening in the US. .. but it would have been particular to the US, different. Genre names. . . bless. Randomly spawned from the collective in as haphazard and organic manner as you could ever dream of - hence you get Funky (like why call a modern genre of music Funky?), and Minimal (jeez, really? is it minimal? no. is there already a well defined genre of music called that? yes.), Crunk (Oh hang on, there already is a crunk, let's put aqua on the front of it so that all the people you told at your cool office that you liked crunk don't get you confused with some stoned southern US rap fan!), dubstep (yes, we know there's already a very good kind of music called dubstep but we're going to make this terrible screaming banging rave-shite and call it dubstep too, is that ok? No? well tough!). .. . and now there's EDM. . . like why?! gggrrrrrr!
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