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  1. http://www.factmag.com/2011/12/20/is-steinvord-a-new-project-from-aphex-twin/
  2. Who isn't Steinvord? On Soundcloud, RDJ stated that he himself is not Steinvord. He also stated that he does not even know Steinvord's identity and only Grant does. I know that the identity of Steinvord is intended to be a secret, and even if such a wild guess that Steinvord is Skrillex were true, that it would be denied. Proving that Steinvord is Skrillex is not the point of this topic. Recently, John Frusciante of the Red Hot Chili Peppers has been making acid house, which demonstrates that an accomplished musician in one genre can also work in a different genre. Let that stand as exhibit A. Skrillex has stated that he was a fan of Aphex, and Aphex retorted in somewhat a lukewarm fashion in a remark. Exhibit B. Skrillex has the technical equipment and meticulous editing capability and focus needed to arrange music that fits tightly into the genre he is marketed in. It seems unnatural to have that much skill and no desire to experiment outside of such a tight range. Is he not human? Does he not admire the same music 'we' admire? Couldn't he whip out a DNB banger if he was in the mood? My point in creating this topic was not to make you say "hm wow maybe..." but rather, I want to collect as much proof as possible that Steinvord is NOT Skrillex. So, basically... prove he's not. All due respect to protohuman sensibilities in advance.
  3. I don't know the exact day of release but it was 1994 for sure when Squarepusher released his first two EPs into the world. At that point he still ran under his official name of Tom Jenkinson but the Crot EP and in particular the Stereotype EP already showed where we would be heading - into some really strange future. 20 years and 39 releases later it's time to reminisce and enjoy a career-spanning megamix running through 33 of his releases at full speed. It's only one track per release, 33 tracks in 95 minutes and - as always with Bertolt Brechtakt - vinyl only (except for two tracks which are only available on CD ). So, bring it on and enjoy! And use proper headphones for your own enjoyment!
  4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eo2qKW5_H5w
  5. Just knocked up a themed mix around an 'Escape From New York' audio production from Broken Sea Audio. Few bits of the original soundtrack and dialogue in there too. It's up (with tracklist) at: https://soundcloud.com/danshoebridge/new-york-escapist-mixed-by-dan-shoebridge
  6. I was just thinking about it. If he released these tracks back in early 2008, let's say he started working on these at like 16 yo. Has been like 6 years now, plus all of the older unreleased tracks before the EP... that's a lot of music there we are missing. Why the lack of releases? he's surely sitting under a goldmine by now. Not even short EP's or anything, no online presence to share these tracks... what a waste. Does Rephlex ruin the career of young musicians that get signed by them by being incredibly slow and elusive on their releases, or does the guy just simply do not give a fuck? he seems to care less than Richard if that's the case, I mean, someone explain this one to me. I can't name another musician that doesn't have a physical neither online presence, even Richard has a Facebook, even if it's managed by third parties. Not even that.
  7. this youtube channel has really cool music with great videos. the latest, red, is really good, and it seems like it's the third snippet from an epic song.
  8. Hi all, I thought I'd leave this here, I'm selling all 3 individually, they've only been played once: Fig 03: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/271460141291?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Fig 04: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/271462104570?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Steinvord: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/271462108233?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 William Basinski: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/271443541590?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 I'm selling quite a fair amount of records, I need to downsize, here's my seller page: http://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/northernfusion Thanks!
  9. Clearly Rephlex's release of the Steinvord EP has hit some sort of nerve within the nerdy, geeky, music obsessive recesses of the internet. Debate has been rife ever since the tracks surfaced on Myspace. Aphex Twin being one of the supposed chief tricksters in this musical arena was immediately fingered as being an obvious candidate for the wizard behind the curtain pulling the wool over our eyes. Some who felt the quality of the material or perhaps the composition or tone didn't live up to what they had come to expect from their favourite producer denounced the material as being the work of a new, different or less established musician. After all the information on Myspace could be correct and the music might have been made by an 18 year old enthusiastically interweaving his own sounds amongst those of our musical idols in such a convincing fashion that even Rephlex felt it worthy of a release. Of course as soon as the denizens of WATMM had to wait more than a few meagre months to get their grubby mitts on the material several conspiracy theories had arisen, many of which were exceedingly humorous and equally ludicrous. Finally the release has hit the streets and rather than listen to severely dilapidated mp3's one can now listen to the EP in full as it was intended and in clear and fantastic depth and quality on vinyl. Still I'm sure for a great many WATMMer's the way in which this release is absorbed is via illegal rips, but generally the quality of these will far above that of the Myspace rips. Now I have finally received my copy in the post and listened to it in full I feel I can start to form a solid opinion of this work. It would be slightly naive to expect an honest in depth discussion on this subject but I'm sure at least a few of you will share the same opinion as me. Steinvord in my opinion is the work of Tom Jenkinson. When the Tuss was released many enthusiastic fans denied (for their own amusement or because they actually believed it) it to be the work of Richard D James. The names of other producers who share a similar heritage where banded about, and many people claimed the work to be a collaboration. In the end the simplest most obvious answer was correct, it was that crafty bugger Aphex Twin under a different alias, and perhaps everyone had built the release up to such a ridiculous status that the answer seemed too easy. In my belief the same is true of the Steinvord release. These tracks sound like something that Tom wanted to put out that he felt perhaps didn't fit the Squarepusher name or at least how he currently wants to represent himself under that pseudonym. While Rephlex is happy to release music that shares many of the qualities of Aphex or (perhaps to a lesser extent) Squarepusher's output I honestly cannot believe that they would deem tracks that borrowed so heavily from Squarepusher's back catalogue an acceptable output for a label so closely associated with him. Rather than merely taking reference from Tom's music Steinvord contains the same formula, passages which are beyond similarity and the mastery and quality of production reeks of him too. Once you listen to the reverb, the synth tones, the drum edits and the organ pads in full quality from the vinyl it seems unmistakable to me. In the end it doesn't really matter who produced this music, I'm just thankful to be able to hear it, however, I can't help but be greedy and hope there's more on the way. To push the speculation to a ridiculous level perhaps this is Squarepusher finally opening up his archives and allowing us to hear some unreleased gems from the past, if so we may eventually get the chance to own some legendary tracks that have only ever been played live previously. Discuss.
  10. I've been checking out all these articles and interviews that recently appeared with Grant and other Rephlex related people. Did anyone notice they always talk about Wisp and Monolith as the up and coming Rephlex artists, but never tell us anything about Steinvord? There was an interview with Dave Monolith himself as well. He's clearly one of the best on the Rephlex lineup, but Steinvord IMO is probably the best on Rephlex (from the new school) and he doesn't get any mentions and/or tell us anything... new up and coming releases, or any information about who is behind the music... I mean it has been years already. Why they don't want to tell us anything? Didn't Grant mention a release ages ago? I personally would be happy with a digital release of these tracks, because I dont give them as many plays as I would like, new ones would be great of course... I wouldn't like to think this was his first and only release ever. Why would you waste that much potential? Let's see... if he was about 18 when the myspace was created, that would mean he was about 16-17 when he was working on the released tracks, which would mean he has a ton of unreleased stuff, plus whatever he has done since then. That's a lot of good stuff we are missing. I just don't get it. He seems to take this whole "not giving a fuck" persona to a whole new level.
  11. Birthdays are to get... and give. I give you an electronic session behind the wheels of steel with 60 minutes of weird rhythms and mad melodies - hand-picked and mixed by Bertolt Brechtakt. Check the mighty Phonometrics show on http://byte.fm/ this Sunday, March 31, at 11 pm (CET). The 60 minutes mix includes tracks by Autechre, Gescom, Ital Tek, Steinvord, Squarepusher, µ-Ziq, Ital Tek, Rone, Kangding Ray, Diamond Version, Pangaea, Rone, Emanuele Di Raymondi, Two Fingers, Konx-Om-Pax, Philip Glass & Ryoji Ikeda. Enjoy.
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