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7(7)/7 year old Autechre Album Released: Exai (WARP234)

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I forget, is keyosc available for purchase digitally anywhere?

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techno-id version of bladelores, imo

 

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I would choose this one from Luke Slater

 

 

though i find bladelores technoid enough as it is

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Revoke my iddems card; I only just started seriously listening to Exai. Been playing it on long drives between cities! An immense work that I am still coming to grips with but 'Jatevee C', ho-ly shit... has Autechre ever sounded lusher than this?! I was driving through SF blaring this shit out my car window (looking for knowing nods from fellow autists on the street/in adjacent vehicles). Also, Bladelores... Right from the intro you know this is gonna be next-level shit. It actually reminds me of Jacquard Causeway in terms of the gradual pad build-up and clunking beat structure. The second disc I am barely scratching the surface on.

 

Once I have thoroughly imprinted this in my brain... time for Live sets and elseq!

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Revoke my iddems card; I only just started seriously listening to Exai. Been playing it on long drives between cities! An immense work that I am still coming to grips with but 'Jatevee C', ho-ly shit... has Autechre ever sounded lusher than this?! I was driving through SF blaring this shit out my car window (looking for knowing nods from fellow autists on the street/in adjacent vehicles). Also, Bladelores... Right from the intro you know this is gonna be next-level shit. It actually reminds me of Jacquard Causeway in terms of the gradual pad build-up and clunking beat structure. The second disc I am barely scratching the surface on.

 

Once I have thoroughly imprinted this in my brain... time for Live sets and elseq!

I will keep your iddems card safe thanks

message me after you make it through elseq

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im still coming to recks with oversteps. 

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Revoke my iddems card; I only just started seriously listening to Exai. Been playing it on long drives between cities! An immense work that I am still coming to grips with but 'Jatevee C', ho-ly shit... has Autechre ever sounded lusher than this?! I was driving through SF blaring this shit out my car window (looking for knowing nods from fellow autists on the street/in adjacent vehicles). Also, Bladelores... Right from the intro you know this is gonna be next-level shit. It actually reminds me of Jacquard Causeway in terms of the gradual pad build-up and clunking beat structure. The second disc I am barely scratching the surface on.

 

Once I have thoroughly imprinted this in my brain... time for Live sets and elseq!

 

you have a bright future ahead of you

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Bladelores is one of the best they've ever done.

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Bladelores is one of the best they've ever done.

 

It's one of the only Exai tracks that I come back to pretty often. This album still hasn't clicked yet.

And since they released Elseq, it feels to me as if every track from Exai sound muffled, lo-fi, and not in a pleasant way (although it blew my mind 4 years ago lol)

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Bladelores is one of the best they've ever done.

 

It's one of the only Exai tracks that I come back to pretty often. This album still hasn't clicked yet.

And since they released Elseq, it feels to me as if every track from Exai sound muffled, lo-fi, and not in a pleasant way (although it blew my mind 4 years ago lol)

 

 

lol wut?

 

Complete 98998398918989812% opposite IMO.

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fuck I think I need to listen to this album today

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fuck I think I need to listen to this album today

 

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lol

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Lol very good

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this album is pretty good yall

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lol when did it become radiator-baked?

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My least favourite Ae since chiastic ;(

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My second fav behind Quaristice.

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Still my most favourite ae release.

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My least favourite Ae since chiastic ;(

'llow that.

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Still my most favourite ae release.

^^

This mother fucker has his balls safely secured in a nice, loving, nurturing environment...

Ready to explode everywhere with the power of Thor and Zeus and Jesus and the FSM and Buddah - all rolled into one - all over the face of some cum loving CD case... While EXAI is playing in the background.

And I'm right behind him, egging him on... Just hoping he'll whip it out, stick it in and hit 'play'...

 

=P

 

I love this album.

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Still my most favourite ae release.

^^

This mother fucker has his balls safely secured in a nice, loving, nurturing environment...

Ready to explode everywhere with the power of Thor and Zeus and Jesus and the FSM and Buddah - all rolled into one - all over the face of some cum loving CD case... While EXAI is playing in the background.

And I'm right behind him, egging him on... Just hoping he'll whip it out, stick it in and hit 'play'...

 

=P

 

I love this album.

 

Haha, yeah, that sums it up pretty nicely :).

 

But seriously, I find Exai to be their most colourful album to date. It has everything I love about Autechre, there's not a single track I don't enjoy, it works great as a whole, the track lengths are optimal to properly capture the idea behind each track. The sound design here is very inspiring and somehow less clinical than on their other records, maybe because of the more apparent hint of nostalgia (some 808/909-esque percussion here and there), yet it doesn't sound retro at all. Also it's very melodic in a sense yet still very beat oriented. I just can't say anything bad about this record. Exai + L-event is my favourite Autechre era.

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