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  1. e l seq warp 512 e is the 5th letter l is the 12th 5 12 sequence five parts (warp512.1, warp512.2 <...> warp512.5) twelfth "album" (maybe?) old news anyway
  2. leastconcern

    elseq 1-5

    i recall this pretty much every time i listen to pendulu hv moda. gold
  3. leastconcern

    elseq 1-5

    exactly. this is valid for a lot of tracks on elseq. it is quite different this time from anything actually else they've released at least since draft, or probably ever (i'm just not that familiar with their output 4th to the 6th lp). even subrange 6-36 had just enough unexpected substantial turns to sustain a sense of an evolving environment. so. i take elseq as collections of scattered and isolated ae_live satellites on various orbits, microworlds, some life-sustaining, some self-indulgent, some stillborn, some precious and enveloping, you name it.
  4. this has to be the most 'complete' and well-balanced track of all in these collections, it stands on its own really well. it feels more neutral, natural and therefore easily replayable than for example the neighbouring pendulu hv moda, which is also a full package, though seems to carry more of a definite image to it. 13x0 step feels more like a 'technical exercise', hard to pin down in terms of some overall emotional image (comparing to a lot of tracks on elseq aptly described as 'epic' around here. the 'intro' part here is 'epic' too, but somehow 'down to earth' as well, if that makes sense), while being quite an enthralling trip nonetheless. the title also seems to set the tone for perception, like "hey, it's just 130 bpm smth-step". and it might just be me, but the very last awkward/awesome seconds/notes of the track seem intentional in underlining the "well, that's just how we do it, that's what we've been interested in exploring here, no big deal" attitude, which i like a lot.
  5. leastconcern

    elseq 1-5

    so essentially the structure of those catalogue numbers is 5-12-1, 5-12-2, 5-12-3, 5-12-4, 5-12-5
  6. leastconcern

    elseq 1-5

    'e' is the 5th letter, 'l' is the 12th. elseq — 512 sequence: 5 parts, the 12th collection
  7. leastconcern

    elseq 1-5

    yeh, let's do. didn't they already state concerning past records the flac was the actual release? i think it's a cool statement fitting what they always were about: the music, exclusively. like playing live in complete darkness. not that i wouldn't enjoy a well made artwork like the next man but tbh usually i just shelf the vinyl indefinitely and listen to them 24-bits instead (yeah, i'm an idiot) anyway.
  8. leastconcern

    elseq 1-5

    here here / agreed. buy the really expensive super high quality WAVs and burn them to a dvd or something if you need a physical object. they've given you the option to buy the record in high quality wav for a reason ... and the same goes for high quality artwork
  9. leastconcern

    elseq 1-5

    pendulu hv moda has reminded me of SYptixed
  10. leastconcern

    elseq 1-5

    Maybe. Interesting to note that "c16 deep tread" is basically an extended fragment of one of the Ae_Live sets tho. But somehow I think this might be a permanent departure from the traditional hard copy studio release under Warp, given their trends from the last six months. which makes the overlaps between the two releases negligible. and they both have unique warp catalogue numbers
  11. leastconcern

    elseq 1-5

    or elseq in its as yet unclear entirety
  12. leastconcern

    elseq 1-5

    AE_LIVE is the 12th long play, and elseq 1-5 is the 13th. now ain't 'em
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