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I had a quick skim through this thread, didn't see mention of Gimmik "Slow Motion Process"; it's basically the closest thing you'll hear to "Incunabula" without it being "Incunabula". One of many bands I discovered from the John Peel show in late 99s and early 00s.

 

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Hi there,   To be fair. This is good music, like autechre. Very much like autechre in fact. Now i don't want to somehow turn that emoji upside down, but it seems, to my naive ears at le

If I could recommend some ekters...Colin Dwyer/Braintree, and Melted Self/Stickfigger, Ignatius too. In a similar vein as autechre and immensely talented artists. Aux as well.   A number of oth

This just got a tape release through Schematic, if you're interested in that kind of thing: https://schematicmusiccompany.bandcamp.com/album/16e8c02

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Here's a few more acts from the early 00s that may have passed some of you by. 

Magnétophone. More analogue and lo-fi compared to Autechre, but these were one of my favourite acts from that era. 

 

Melodium. French act, think he's still going. I used to fucking love this. 

 

E*Vax. Quite sparse and delicate, a bit like ISAN who I see were mentioned earlier in this thread. The singles were a bit better than this album, but they're not online anywhere that I can find. 

 

Electric Company. 

 

Wauvenfold

 

 

EU "Reframing". Autechre soundalikes from Russia. 

https://eumusic.bandcamp.com/album/reframing

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I have a Wauvenfold 12 in the record collection. some good jams on it.. i forget what it's called.. 

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10 hours ago, kieselguhr kid said:

that 4th track is especially nice. thanks for the link!

 

there's a lot interesting stuff on that label. this is pretty deep too. 

https://dingndents.bandcamp.com/album/one-atove

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On 9/6/2020 at 12:03 PM, kieselguhr kid said:

ended up grabbing ^this^ and 3 other releases from that label. really digging all of it. some of it is top tier electronics for me. just enough of all the things in all the right places. off kilter wickedness. 

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'que from surine' seems to use bits from the AE LIVE ‘08 MD & MM, or are those preprogrammed?

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3 hours ago, ignatius said:

ended up grabbing ^this^ and 3 other releases from that label. really digging all of it. some of it is top tier electronics for me. just enough of all the things in all the right places. off kilter wickedness. 

 

21 minutes ago, eye said:

'que from surine' seems to use bits from the AE LIVE ‘08 MD & MM, or are those preprogrammed?

 

yeah, it's very close to the original... 4th track sounds like remixed oversteps material. either they sampled, or they are really good at emulating the AE sound. not complaining though.

stumbled upon this on twitter via @frozenreeds

 

 

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It seems to me that stuff like that, and say Eli Keszler's album couldn't exist without the angular vocabulary that Autechre pioneered. I might be wrong in that assertion (though it seems unlikely that these people would have never heard Autechre), but I love that there are more people incorporating these kinds of counterintuitive rhythms and shapes into instrumental music.

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12 hours ago, EXTRASUPER81 said:

It seems to me that stuff like that, and say Eli Keszler's album couldn't exist without the angular vocabulary that Autechre pioneered. I might be wrong in that assertion (though it seems unlikely that these people would have never heard Autechre), but I love that there are more people incorporating these kinds of counterintuitive rhythms and shapes into instrumental music.

Whenever I try and say something i read it the next day and think what a pretentious twat.

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recently discovered Steve Lehman.. very unique sound even though its jazz (?). Reminds me very much of autechre mainly in the way he treats rythm, and also the multiple layers; there's a lot goin on at the same time, quite neuronal. Unique melodies, posibly related to physical/natural phenomenons, or at least it sounds quite like that to me. Needed to share it here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYTsTtmw5lY



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxfkssXdgVc

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On 9/10/2019 at 8:52 AM, kieselguhr kid said:

new jazzband content!

 

upcoming album the people i love by steve lehman trio + craig taborn features a cover of q-play

there's a short sample on boomkat -  it's a rather loose interpretation, but they really capture the track's feeling imho. (further proof that oversteps is a jazz album at heart)

 

 

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https://ikunixx.bandcamp.com/album/dougga 

This was posted over in the Ae reddit thread a while back and it’s exceptionally good.  I’ve been falling down the rabbit hole of this artist for days and it’s been refreshing  and exciting.  

 

Edit: Menarik is heat

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