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  1. Hi, sorry if this is posted in the wrong forum section but I will be streaming me playing Autechre's music in the game Audiosurf 2 on Twitch today and tomorrow: https://www.twitch.tv/venisonsneers from 6pm to 9pm GMT. I am playing through the whole of Autechre's back catalogue including the live sets. Today I will be playing the second half of Incunabula, Basscadet EP and the Anti EP. I started yesterday with Lego Feet, Cavity Job and the first half of Incunabula (I forgot to make a post here telling everyone, sorry you missed the start). For those that don't know, AS2 is a game a bi
  2. My favourite cover is this: http://youtu.be/x7py5gNccc8 I know it's not a live performance but I thought Adem did a great job of his interpretation/cover of these Aphex tracks.
  3. Surely this will sound similar to Aisatsana from Syro or some of the other acoustic tracks from Drukqs? He did say in the Noyzelab interview that the piano track was computer-controlled/created so I'm expecting this EP to be possibly more ambient and experimental in sound. Hopefully this is further proof that Richard intends to continue releasing music fairly regularly. I guess the frustrating thing for him is having to wait for Warp to fit it in their release schedule because by the time they release something, he's already moved on and might not be interested in it anymore. I'm surprised
  4. Thanks very much for the download links. I've just started reading the interview and together with some of the stuff he talked about in part 1, he's starting to sound more and more like he's disappeared up his own ass: "When you make music, or orchestrate natural phenomena you are putting together something that you know or should know is going to rearrange you and change you in a more defined way than if you just went to another country you never went to before, then when you create it and experience it you become what you wanted to be and it feeds back to what you want to become again, i
  5. I really like the last track Aisatsana, I know a lot of people will think it's a bit boring and too different from the rest of the album but I like these contemplative tracks from Aphex. The piano-type tracks were some of my favourites from Drukqs too, I like how it shows a different side to him.
  6. It's quite funny, I only knew about this Soundcloud profile because I have one of my own and followed Aphex's real profile after reading the recent interview. Anyway, after reading the interview I checked into my own profile to upload something and saw that I had a new follower and it was non other than the afxafx... member (this was before I saw this thread). I have messaged the person asking how they made the music as I'm genuinely interested in learning as I'm new to making music myself, but so far no reply. Even if it isn't RDJ it's still a good track and who cares if it sounds too muc
  7. Hi everyone, I'm a noob here but have been an Aphex fan for years (yeah right?) so feel free to rip on anything I say. Anyway, just got done reading the interview (that was a beast to read) and while I didn't understand a lot of it, particularly about gear and music-making in general, it was really interesting to read. My question is, given that Richard is known for making stuff up, how do we know if a lot of what he says is true or not? That's why I find it hard to take anything away from these interviews as concrete fact (apart from maybe the gear stuff). It was great to see the accompan
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