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  1. 2008: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Hey, i am looking for some another 2008 ae interviews. Scans of Wire and Clash magazine would be much appreciated. Cheers!
  2. out in december https://ra.co/news/76205 https://detunedrecords.bandcamp.com/album/st8818r-humanoid
  3. Guest

    Autechre-Quaristice

    http://That Other Site™.com/mb/100194/new-autechre...ce-out-on-33-08 This was on That Other Site™. I hope it's true. Good thing I checked it today. lol, I spelled it wrong according to Phobiazero lol I meant to type Quaristice, if a mod reads this, can you edit please?
  4. (photos via https://www.waste.org/~alone/autechre.html) So I've rediscovered this set and gotten heavy into this weekend. I need all good iterations of it and generally just want to gush over how good it is. As of right now I've got three good copies of this: Toronto (soundboard), Oakland, and Cologne. Links: TORONTO https://forum.watmm.com/files/file/1587-autechre-2001-05-09-canada-torontomp3/ or https://archive.org/details/Autechre2001-05-09 COLOGNE https://forum.watmm.com/files/file/1557-autechre-2001-04-01-germany-cologne-1mp3/ https://forum.watmm.com/files/file/1555-autechre-2001-04-01-germany-cologne-2mp3/ https://forum.watmm.com/files/file/1678-autechre-2001-04-01-germany-cologne-3mp3/ or https://archive.org/details/Autechre2001-04-01 OAKLAND (track 1 on archive isn't AE, just seems to be recorded from before they started, some sort of sludge metal or something, I assume the watmm downloads is the same thing so i didn't link the first part) https://forum.watmm.com/files/file/1687-autechre-2001-05-18-usa-california-oakland-2flac/ https://forum.watmm.com/files/file/1695-autechre-2001-05-18-usa-california-oakland-3flac/ https://forum.watmm.com/files/file/1601-autechre-2001-05-18-usa-california-oakland-4flac/ or https://archive.org/details/Autechre2001-05-18 So basically, this is great stuff. Essentially an album's worth of material...I'm generally terrible at this sort of thing, but I don't recognize anything that got used elsewhere...would be curious if anyone's better ears for that makes some connections to released tunes. The 'tracks' remind me now of NTS in its general structure, flow, attitude, and even sounds...even though obviously we're talking about ~17 years apart, different equipment, etc., AE just gonna be AE it seems. There was this thread (https://forum.watmm.com/topic/85140-autechre-live-in-toronto-9-may-2001-redux) that had some remaster of it, but I wasn't particularly curious in hunting down a copy as the links I tried didn't work. But otherwise, except some praise in a few other threads, this stuff hasn't been fully discussed or appreciated as far as I can tell. I think it deserves some time in the sun. Beyond just chatting about it, what I'm curious about is this: what other good recordings are there of this set? I see a fair amount from very near these dates, but I haven't begun digging through the rest. Obviously we have a soundboard, but there does seem to be a bit of variation between dates, I'm wondering if there's even more music they were doing as part of it that I haven't found yet...anyone else familiar with these already, or want to start digging through? tl;dr good Confield era tour set is good and needs to be heard
  5. Joyrex

    SIGN or PLUS?

    We've been blessed with not one but TWO great AE releases in a short span of time, with 20 great tracks to consume, analyze, and absorb - but overall, which one is the better of the two?
  6. So my brother isn't into electronic music at all. He listens to Pearl Jam, and Hendrix and such. So I was listening to LCC the other day, and my brother walks in my room with a bright look on his face and says "I didn't know you played counter-strike! .... oh." Anyone got any funny stories?
  7. So I have been pretty much exclusively listening to the following few artists: Autechre, BoC, Plaid, Bonobo, Squarepusher and Clark I'm looking for something more in the vein of Ae/Clark style music. I'm NOT looking for anything with vocals, and I much prefer synth over real recorded instruments. Any good suggestions? Thx all
  8. This is consistantly in my top 3 albums autechre has produced. Silverside, Slip, Piezo, Further, and Teartear are absolute classics and they never get old for me. The first 3 and last 3 tracks are damn perfect in succession. Anyone else feel this way?
  9. Guest

    the Autechre technique?

    i've been getting heavy back into Autechre over the past month or so. listening mostly to the later stuff and live sets from '98-05. from roughly the Chiastic Slide period onward their sound has evolved considerably, and i've always been particularly fascinated at how the timing of certain patterns seems to stretch and shift all over the place. i've never really been able to figure out how they do it. the Max/MSP patch did nothing for me really (not that i really studied it) and i knew that it must be more than just programming drum patterns that change signatures, etc at certain points and time-stretching bits here and there. i'm not too keen on generative software, but that's been stated as playing a part in it (as evidenced by their use/dissection of another user's generative patch). on the other hand, they've always denied this, saying that everything is more predetermined than everyone assumes. also, they're evidently able to recreate this sound using Elektron gear, a G2, and an MPC so reliance on a complex programming environment like max/msp doesn't seem to be the case. any theories on exactly how they do what they do? anyway, i've been toying around with the Nord G2 the past few days and think i've stumbled on something. i'll post more in a bit, but it has to do with running audio through wet delays set to different clock-sync'd quantization amounts (from whole to 64th notes for example, with triplets and dotted notes in between) and basically sampling and looping itself while modulating the delay times. maybe this is rudimentary grain synthesis of sorts? if you set it up so that this varies rhythmically it sounds pretty wild. listening more to them over the past few days, i think that's exactly what's happening (among other things). seems constant resampling and realtime/programmed adjustment of loop quantization plays a big part in it. more later...
  10. Hey WATMMites. I periodically make megamixes out of music I like, and I think many of you may enjoy these; multiple tracks or portions of tracks are layered over one another to recontextualise well known music or to create new tracks all together! here is the latest one I've put together: Sometimes these are more strictly themed, such as this 'All Aphex Soundcloud Dump' set I put together early last year: I've uploaded 7 so far which you can hear at the following link if you wish: https://www.mixcloud.com/Sweguno/ Enjoy!
  11. I went to Dour Festival last week and Machinedrum played an unreleased edit of Second Bad Vilbel. Needless to say it was very very loud and really cool. I tried to capture it with my iPhone and even though most of my recordings at concerts sound pretty good this one did get distorted because I was really at the front and the bassdrum was just too loud. ;-) Still you can get a pretty decent impression of his remix in the following video. His part starts at 6min2sec. Enjoy! PS: If anyone knows of good method to lower the input gain whilst making a movie on iPhone, please do tell. Or maybe some hardware iOS microphone with input gain selector?
  12. Redruth

    Untilted

    the second portion of 'lcc' is spine tingly sick-sweet. this is a very naughty record
  13. Saw this a few minutes ago. Check out TDR's status update. http://www.facebook.com/thedesignersrepublic
  14. Just seen news of this release from VOD....🤤 RELEASE-PROGRAM VOD-RECORDS 2021 / 2022 (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) LATE MARCH 2021 VOD166: Hafler Trio / Autechre 7Lp-Box Lp01. æ³o / h³æ Lp02. æo³ Lp03 ³hæ Lp04/5 5ah³eo Lp06/7 ha³oe
  15. I brought up this thought in the dedicAtEd thread for Untilted but I think it is an interesting enough idea generally speaking. Here's the alternate order I came up with for their 2005 offering, Fermium is not removed because I dislike the song but because it feels like the odd one out. This is just my first attempt at this and I don't think I have a better sequence than S and R (fucking love this album the way it is as it is), but it is fun to try rejigger things a bit and see if there are some nice ways of changing the sequencing, just for fun 1. LCC 2. The Trees 3. Augmatic Disport 4. Ipacial Section 5. Iera 6. Pro Radii 7. Sublimit Here's what auxien said about this new order/removing Fermium: "hm, not sure about Fermium on its own, feels naked like that. but it is a little bit of an odd one out on the album perhaps, so i see the case there. random thoughts listening to this tracklisting: LCC as opener and Sublimit as closer is necessary, good work on not trying to fuck with that not sure about The Trees as track 2, feels a little too close in shape to LCC Ipacial into Iera is fucking great Iera into Pro Radii works pretty well Pro Radii into Sublimit works pretty well too overall not as offensive as i'd expected trying to tweak what's pretty close to a perfect album. may see about doing an alternate tracklist of my own"
  16. https://acroplanerecordings.bandcamp.com/album/decayed from Decayed EP On a rmx roll here.
  17. CD & VINYL TRACKLISTING 01. r ess 02. ilanders 03. known(1) 04. pt2ph8 05. qplay 06. see on see 07. Treale 08. os veix3 09. O=0 10. d-sho qub 11. st epreo 12. redfall 13. krYlon 14. Yuop Discuss.
  18. Guest

    Autechre Cover?

    I do this Autechre impression at heady parties to scam mad chicks, but I only end up with mad bros. Whatevs. It's like, a mouth is a mouth, namsayin?
  19. Last week I finished and published on the web an unofficial video for plyPhon, song taken from last Autechre release The video is deeply synchronized with music and any visual element is connected to a sound event. In fact, beside the video impact, you can consider it as some kind of virtual score. This is a kind of visual language I like very much and I would like to explore in future works Watch the hq version at Youtube Any comment greatly appreciated
  20. Guest

    ISS:SA

    god damn, it's so good. it's a bit melodic in the way that draft/untilted/confield are melodic, except with more straightforward beats. i wonder if some of the people who dislike recent autechre would be more into something like this? i've been changing the speed a lot on this one. on my copy the track seems locked after ISS:SA (or maybe using science they inserted a gigantic silent gap without taking up space on the record whoa), so i have to pick the needle up and go to track 2 of side A. anyway the density of of the tracks looked so much different that i tried playing Tangle Ill at 45, and it sounded plausible that maybe it's intended to be played this way, although i love it at 33. then on side B, i didn't notice the same drastic difference in track densities, but since Slow Acid is 'slow', and way longer than all the other tracks, i have tried playing that one at 45 a few times as well. it works on the mp3 rip i have of it, they were recorded all at 33. I also think Yeesland is amazing at 33, but i think it's supposed to be 45.
  21. Bandcamp Friday, here we go. First artist to get remixed by Ae twice. The last one was brilliant. https://acroplanerecordings.bandcamp.com/album/decayed
  22. View File AE_LIVE_TORONTO_MIX_090501 Soundboard mixed (except p2) with the bootleg recording Submitter Zantman Submitted 10/10/20 Category Autechre  
  23. ever since i heard ae i've had a wish that i could be able to hear them on defined and professional sound system. i recently had a chance to hear some of the autechre material on really proper badass superb acoustics. a guy that builds his own speakers, about 2.6 m high, spent almost ten years completing the design and collecting the parts. all custom and defined and whatnot...anyway... what amazed me the most was recury. i always thought of it as one of my favourites, but i've never realized how powerful is its composition. as the first beats came in i already felt like i'm submerged into it. it completely got my attention. then the sprays and showers of some tiny metal pieces that felt like being thrown on some super-sensitive surface that acted like a microphone. razoring through ears but not unpleasant. the composition is fluid and slowly emerges into a physical, vast environment that completely overwhelmed my state-of-being. there was a point where i could not hear the individual samples anymore... it felt like it was bending the fabrics of space in and out. it might upon first listen seem to be simple and boring - but it's far from that. after the tune silenced we both stared in speech-less awe, he especially, for he never heard anything like autechre before. i think recury was meant to be played -really- loud. it has an energy of a hydrogen fission. it might be alive, heh
  24. Artist : EXM Title: Modulus Label: Touched Music Cat no: TM36 Format: CD/Digital Country: U.K. Artwork: Style: IDM/Electronica Release Date 21.July.17 Well well well, if it isn’t exm again. This prolific artist has a multitude of self-released EPs under his belt and returns once more for his fourth contribution to Touched with music of fantastic quality. Each track piques your interest, every sound feels like it has a purpose and my are their lots of sounds. This release isn’t just generous in terms of style but at a shade under 90 minutes I don’t think anyone could complain that they weren’t being looked after. The opening of ’Modulus’ is sinister. ’3i2’ puts you on edge and alerts you to the presence of the next nines track lined up, a piece that wouldn’t sound out of place in the most epic of science fiction. Even the first sound’s pacing is so perfect I could loop it and be satisfied. But I don’t need to. Waiting for me is a barrage of noise all seemingly in its place and well thought out by the composer. Some of it is illusory - ’Wall’ has a pace that appears to increase whilst not actually doing so. If I didn’t have an anchor to the real world in the form of tapping feet I might certainly be lost. As a midpoint, ’5’ is a masterpiece - it’s an earworm. Its melody cohesive, at 9 minutes in length it still doesn’t feel long enough. And it’s a turning point too, the second half of ‘Modulus’ feels takes a robotic tone, like you’re stuck in an automated factory but you don’t really care about getting out, satisfied with the rhythmic beat of machines you are faced with. This is as good as any electronic music I’ve heard. It shows there are those out there who really care about their art, who want to push boundaries and challenge those who listen to it. I had previously compared exm to other great masters Autechre and their influence still shows however it feels more distant now. A place has been found by exm, he's carving out his niche and it's incredibly enjoyable. ‘Modulus’ is available as a limited run of CDs and as always a digital download (with bonus track ‘Meltt’) which is also provided to those who make a physical purchase from the Touched Bandcamp site. So show your support once more for Touched and get something great in return. Buy - https://touched.bandcamp.com/album/modulus
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