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I know, Lanark Artefact has already been mentioned in this tread, but this piece is untilting, it deserves more attention:

 

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I've always thought of LA to be in the Afx + lofi techno vein.

 

I'm sure that this has been mentioned a few times in this thread but for lazy people who don't want to dig through and will just read this page : the answer is Team Doyobi

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13 hours ago, Stickfigger said:

I'm sure that this has been mentioned a few times in this thread but for lazy people who don't want to dig through and will just read this page : the answer is Team Doyobi

QFT

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traces of awteker among the Aka Pigmy

 

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Revisiting the discography of ISAN lately. It's like a unique amalgam of the soulfulness of BoC, the melancholy and sonic detailfulness of AE, the ambience of SAW II, and the melodic overburst of Plaid. There is even a trace of Lunatic Harness era Paradinas in earlier tracks.

But still recognizable and unique. Good stuff. 

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Indeed there are some purrrfect tracks on Lucky Cat (sorry!), and their remix of Seefeel - When Face Was Face, from Warp 10+3 is one of my favourite Warp tracks of all time. 

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2 hours ago, beer badger said:

Indeed there are some purrrfect tracks on Lucky Cat (sorry!), and their remix of Seefeel - When Face Was Face, from Warp 10+3 is one of my favourite Warp tracks of all time. 

Seefeel + Isan: that marriage was made in heaven.

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here it is! still as glorious as ever

in fact Autechre should do a remix of the Isan remix of When Face Was Face, then we could have something that might just spontaneously combust IDM trained minds into smithereens!!!

Or something like that lol

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maybe we'll get something soon???

 

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Don't think it'll be AE, but let's see.

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Perhaps a Warp 30 compilation.

wXaXrXp = warp XXX?

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1 hour ago, Chabraendeky said:

Perhaps a Warp 30 compilation.

wXaXrXp = warp XXX?

Probably.

And yeah, since Warp 20 brought us Oval moons and that nifty LFO remix hopes are officially up!

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Yes Oval Moon and Seven Forty Seven were stellar tracks!!

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10 hours ago, Chabraendeky said:

Perhaps a Warp 30 compilation.

wXaXrXp = warp XXX?

 

well, yea, uh, warp 30...

 

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On 6/8/2019 at 3:52 PM, Chabraendeky said:

Perhaps a Warp 30 compilation.

wXaXrXp = warp XXX?

Pope: give us 5 beers, boy!

Waiter: yo mean 2?!

pope: no, stupido, 5! It’s roman! Jeeez

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On 6/5/2019 at 11:16 PM, Draft78 said:

traces of awteker among the Aka Pigmy

 

it's truly amazing what some indigenous/tribal musicians are capable of...

 

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The latest Richard Devine is also quite nice

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22 hours ago, Dragon said:

it's truly amazing what some indigenous/tribal musicians are capable of...

 

^^ ?

Yes, to look for in African folk one encounters upsetting things. The ease with which they venture into dizzying polyrhythms gives rise to suspicion, at times, that they are not mathematically aware of the structures, but rather that they perform them in a completely spontaneous ways, like a preverbal language. In particular I was struck by the traditions of the pygmies, who are distinguished by singing: they use extreme intervals, one gets the impression of listening to out-of-control synthesizers, and even in this case one discovers very complex polyphonies: Ligeti was seriously affected by the Pygmy tradition, he studied it thoroughly - he was surprised at how successful they were in complex figures, limiting themselves to counting to five - to the point that all his production of the eighties is admittedly influenced. In the same period Ligeti approached electronics: I remember an interview in which he declared that what he sees as promising in the use of computers is the possibility of programming an intelligence capable of generating bunches of self-generating music of infinite forms, rather than limiting itself to write a defined and closed piece. He was premising Robsean Brownbooth with a precision worthy of Nostradamus.

Anyway, pygmies:

 

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On 9/10/2018 at 5:53 AM, ignatius said:

 

 

found it. it's called "Pocket Change". not out yet. release is later this month. also has a bunch of sample loops FS on loop loft. 

 

the pocket change stuff sounds like the youtube clips. 

I had forgotten this, which, meanwhile, came out

 

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^^ thanks for the reminder!

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