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Leafs posted that it is the opening track on Flieg', Vogel, Fliege, which makes sense as that album is supposed to be one of his "selfportrait" albums...

Ace, you're right - When I googled 'Hans-Joachim Roedelius; Über berg und tal' it point to this which credits the track:

 

 

u sure, i can't play this for some reason, but my copy sounds nothing like the track in the OP

 

cool u found it - its incredible - theres also a track on the album 'auf leisen sohlen' by the same name, lol patchy bastard.

 

 

i have two versions of selbstportrait with the same listing and different tracks as well

 

i thought Germans were noted for being thorough? ah, he's austrian.

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regarding karaoke, what's your weapon of choice ?

 

if wigs are available it would have to be fools gold really

 

 

you mean the stone roses ?

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Sean, what is Kouhei Matsunaga like to work with? Does he wear his 3D glasses during private jam sessions?

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did you hear this track, Sophie - Bipp ?

 

[youtubehd]MVc3Z-bG6Eo[/youtubehd]

no - is it spam?

 

 

no no it's just a track i really enjoy. i don't know the artist at all. it's a weird pop tune that you might like, it's quite original sounding.

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2) yeah i remember panasonic had this really loud bass in one track and it made one of the speaker cabs fall onto our mixer, fucked up some of the channels before we played, and then they were laughing about it. it was a bit weakening really, i hadn't thought of them as cunts before that, w/e.

cylob and boards were good tho. no recording sorry

 

hah interesting story. was just listening to some pan sonic, they're ok i guess. but I'd hate it if someone accidentally damaged my gear and not give a shit

 

yeah I can't help but ask about early boc material. there's only 3 recordings of their shows (warp 10th anniv, warp lighthouse party, atp 2001). know of any other recordings floating out there?

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Do you feel that your emotions are directly related to the type of track you compose, or are they possibly inversely related? For instance, if you are happy do you make a happy track. Is there a certain pattern you have recognized relating to your emotional state and the overall mood of your composition that I may not have considered in my question?

 

Do you find that you have a sort of default nature when it comes to recording in that you naturally create a certain style of music? Do you have to make a conscious effort to vary your tracks and keep things fresh?

 

Would you say writing your music is like casting a spell or summoning a demon?

 

What is your worst bad habit when it comes to being an artist?

 

Do you have any self-imposed rules when it comes to creating music that you might share? For example, do you refuse to use stock drum samples, because it doesn't "feel right"?

 

Training vs Discovery?

 

Has this experience changed your opinion of WATMM.com in any way? + or - ?

 

Thanks again guys.

 

 

yeah possibly inversely, it's hard to tell really cos i just do whatever feels good on the day, but in my experience the correlation is more direct than inverse. it's rare that if i'm feeling tired and emotional that i'd make a jaunty happy tune. but sometimes i do, so

 

not really, we're attracted to novelty the same way most people are, but maybe personal perception and weird attention to detail means that we can find it in unlikely places sometimes

 

what's a demon?

 

assuming things about other people

 

nah i use whatever feels right, sometimes that's a stock drum sound

 

discovery - it's a bit like, if i see someone else make a discovery, then i'm usually interested in whatever they discovered, but if i see someone who's well trained, i'm not so interested. i mean, cool, you can pole vault or whatever

 

still neutral

 

 

did you hear this track, Sophie - Bipp ?

 

[youtubehd]MVc3Z-bG6Eo[/youtubehd]

no - is it spam?

 

 

no no it's just a track i really enjoy. i don't know the artist at all. it's a weird pop tune that you might like, it's quite original sounding.

 

 

yeah i bought this

it's fuckin great

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Hi guys,

 

I haven’t been listening to Autechre for decades, or even very long, really. I do look forward to experiencing more of your music in the future and learning more of your back catalogue, but I do feel in the short time that I’ve gotten to know Autechre, I’ve received so much from listening to both your music and your webcasts. That said, all I’ve wanted to do since getting to know your music is to give something back- and that thing would be sandwiches.

 

I’ve discussed this with many of my friends, and there have been many theories put into place. If I were to make you guys sandwiches, what kind would you like? Are there dietary restrictions and/or allergies for me to consider? I’d be willing to make each of you an entirely different sandwich, but I’ve often thought that avocado would be something both of you might be into.

 

I’ve wanted to ask about this for some time. Thank you for giving me this outlet, and more importantly, thanks for the music.

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regarding karaoke, what's your weapon of choice ?

 

if wigs are available it would have to be fools gold really

 

 

you mean the stone roses ?

 

 

yeah

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sorry I am the king of multiple question posts LOL: (sorry I am in incredibly good mood today)
1.many tracks sound hiphop to me (examples: recks on, eutow, cipater etc. etc.) intentional? ever thought a bout (obv in a autechre way) a straightfoward hiphop album?
2.I think Second Peng is quite dubby...agree?
3.do you ever do meet and greets?
4. I some time ago already mentioned the Autechre Track Titles Wiki can you just give us a link which page has the most and which one has the least correct facts?
5.will this track (

) will ever be released as a studio album on an EP or so? also..why no eps for Untilted?

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I really like your remix of Medium - Celsius for 7 Hills Clash Rebuilt (Forgemasters track is great too)

 

Anything you can tell us about that mix, or the artist?

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regarding karaoke, what's your weapon of choice ?

 

if wigs are available it would have to be fools gold really

 

 

i watched made of stone last night. have you seen it and what are your thoughts if so?

 

brown is autotuned to fuck in the rehearsal bits and the H Park is overdubbed beyond recognition! still a good watch for an old fan but cringey!

 

maybe obvious but did you (like me) find 808 state through the manchester thing? joy division, mondays, martin hammet, etc.

 

edit also, you dig andy stott?

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Hi guys,

 

I haven’t been listening to Autechre for decades, or even very long, really. I do look forward to experiencing more of your music in the future and learning more of your back catalogue, but I do feel in the short time that I’ve gotten to know Autechre, I’ve received so much from listening to both your music and your webcasts. That said, all I’ve wanted to do since getting to know your music is to give something back- and that thing would be sandwiches.

 

I’ve discussed this with many of my friends, and there have been many theories put into place. If I were to make you guys sandwiches, what kind would you like? Are there dietary restrictions and/or allergies for me to consider? I’d be willing to make each of you an entirely different sandwich, but I’ve often thought that avocado would be something both of you might be into.

 

I’ve wanted to ask about this for some time. Thank you for giving me this outlet, and more importantly, thanks for the music.

 

yeah i like avocado, esp with a bit of soy sauce, sesame seeds, and some foil cooked salmon

so, something like that? i'll let you figure out if it needs anything else. you seem experienced at sandwiches

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regarding karaoke, what's your weapon of choice ?

 

if wigs are available it would have to be fools gold really

 

 

i watched made of stone last night. have you seen it and what are your thoughts if so?

 

brown is autotuned to fuck in the rehearsal bits and the H Park is overdubbed beyond recognition! still a good watch for an old fan but cringey as fuck!

 

maybe obvious but did you (like me) find 808 state through the manchester thing? joy division, mondays, martin hammet, etc.

 

 

not seen it

i'm not a stone roses fan really but i do like fools gold cos of how they flipped that break

 

edit: sorry i missed the last bit

 

nah first time i heard 808 state was when stu allan played flow coma, we were into dance music for years before that

that madchester thing fucked a lot of things up tbh cos according to rock historians dance music started in manchester with the haccy, but it's not true at all, there was a huge black music scene round here in the early 80s, my secondary school got so sick of us breakdancing in the toilets they decided to open up the assembly hall for it every lunchtime

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Leafs posted that it is the opening track on Flieg', Vogel, Fliege, which makes sense as that album is supposed to be one of his "selfportrait" albums...

Ace, you're right - When I googled 'Hans-Joachim Roedelius; Über berg und tal' it point to this which credits the track:

 

 

u sure, i can't play this for some reason, but my copy sounds nothing like the track in the OP

 

cool u found it - its incredible - theres also a track on the album 'auf leisen sohlen' by the same name, lol patchy bastard.

 

 

i have two versions of selbstportrait with the same listing and different tracks as well

 

i thought Germans were noted for being thorough? ah, he's austrian.

 

 

I was just gonna say, this seems like something Wolfgang Voigt would do...reminds me of the CD and LP differences of Konigsforst.

 

I have been meaning to pick up all the Selbstportrait records for a while now...actually, funnily enough, I think it was that mystery track that sparked my interest in Roedelius. When I sent Leafs that track years ago, he speculated that it could have been Roedelius, but the guy has done so much stuff it seemed like we'd never find it. Then he told me a bit later about the Selbstportrait stuff and how I'd love it, and here I am again now.

 

Going to buy all this stuff at once when I get some cash again, if I can afford it.

 

Anyway, speaking of Voigt, are you guys into him? He's one of the few other musicians out there who, in my opinion, are just so consumed in their own musical universe to really be compared to anyone else, much like AE. I recently scored a copy of his super-rare Ruckverzauberung 4 album, directly from him too, and it's been blowing my mind lately...

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no - i can't - they're collections of tracks to me - inside a long 'track as a whole' piece - id like to try to finger print each album, but its hard.

 

That's understandable. No worries.

thanks for understanding, each album has something that its tracks share amongst them. and each album is periods in a time line, so theres tangible difference to how we made them , what with , where, and what we were into, but a word like - crystalline for draft7.30 would be too easy to come up with, but to be far too misleading as a whole.

Totally, and I completely agree with what you say about the timeline and the tangible differences. I guess I was just curious as to what words you would come up with :)

 

That's actually something I love about your works is that each album has some sort of distinct personality, atmosphere. But within that album each track has it's own thing going on and they all add up together to make the larger theme.

Kind of like different environments on a planet, or different districts in a city.

 

Anyway, it's brilliant stuff, and highly appreciated.

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Leafs posted that it is the opening track on Flieg', Vogel, Fliege, which makes sense as that album is supposed to be one of his "selfportrait" albums...

Ace, you're right - When I googled 'Hans-Joachim Roedelius; Über berg und tal' it point to this which credits the track:

 

 

u sure, i can't play this for some reason, but my copy sounds nothing like the track in the OP

 

cool u found it - its incredible - theres also a track on the album 'auf leisen sohlen' by the same name, lol patchy bastard.

 

 

i have two versions of selbstportrait with the same listing and different tracks as well

 

i thought Germans were noted for being thorough? ah, he's austrian.

 

 

I was just gonna say, this seems like something Wolfgang Voigt would do...reminds me of the CD and LP differences of Konigsforst.

 

I have been meaning to pick up all the Selbstportrait records for a while now...actually, funnily enough, I think it was that mystery track that sparked my interest in Roedelius. When I sent Leafs that track years ago, he speculated that it could have been Roedelius, but the guy has done so much stuff it seemed like we'd never find it. Then he told me a bit later about the Selbstportrait stuff and how I'd love it, and here I am again now.

 

Going to buy all this stuff at once when I get some cash again, if I can afford it.

 

Anyway, speaking of Voigt, are you guys into him? He's one of the few other musicians out there who, in my opinion, are just so consumed in their own musical universe to really be compared to anyone else, much like AE. I recently scored a copy of his super-rare Ruckverzauberung 4 album, directly from him too, and it's been blowing my mind lately...

 

 

yeah i love his stuff, he's got mad talent imo

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Krib is my fav song by ae. Compared to your output these days, it's a very simple song. What song is your most complex? What song took the longest to produce?

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I'm going to see ryoji ikeda this saturday. Are you guys into his stuff?

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Leafs posted that it is the opening track on Flieg', Vogel, Fliege, which makes sense as that album is supposed to be one of his "selfportrait" albums...

Ace, you're right - When I googled 'Hans-Joachim Roedelius; Über berg und tal' it point to this which credits the track:

 

 

u sure, i can't play this for some reason, but my copy sounds nothing like the track in the OP

 

cool u found it - its incredible - theres also a track on the album 'auf leisen sohlen' by the same name, lol patchy bastard.

 

 

i have two versions of selbstportrait with the same listing and different tracks as well

 

i thought Germans were noted for being thorough? ah, he's austrian.

 

 

I was just gonna say, this seems like something Wolfgang Voigt would do...reminds me of the CD and LP differences of Konigsforst.

 

I have been meaning to pick up all the Selbstportrait records for a while now...actually, funnily enough, I think it was that mystery track that sparked my interest in Roedelius. When I sent Leafs that track years ago, he speculated that it could have been Roedelius, but the guy has done so much stuff it seemed like we'd never find it. Then he told me a bit later about the Selbstportrait stuff and how I'd love it, and here I am again now.

 

Going to buy all this stuff at once when I get some cash again, if I can afford it.

 

Anyway, speaking of Voigt, are you guys into him? He's one of the few other musicians out there who, in my opinion, are just so consumed in their own musical universe to really be compared to anyone else, much like AE. I recently scored a copy of his super-rare Ruckverzauberung 4 album, directly from him too, and it's been blowing my mind lately...

 

 

yeah i love his stuff, he's got mad talent imo

 

 

After posting that I realized you remixed Mike Ink back in the day, so DERP!

 

Though I guess that was a long time ago now, and lord knows a couple years of time passing for Wolfgang is like a couple universes for the rest of us. So it's cool to know you still like him now!

 

One of the other artists I think falls into that category is Pub - do you guys know his stuff at all? He's been self-releasing most of his work via Ampoule Records in Scotland for years, and he really doesn't sound like anyone else out there. Somehow completely organic and alive, yet electronic all the same:

 

[youtubehd]B_YqFK9f4jM[/youtubehd]

 

[youtubehd]v2mW35D_tfw[/youtubehd]

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regarding karaoke, what's your weapon of choice ?

 

if wigs are available it would have to be fools gold really

 

 

i watched made of stone last night. have you seen it and what are your thoughts if so?

 

brown is autotuned to fuck in the rehearsal bits and the H Park is overdubbed beyond recognition! still a good watch for an old fan but cringey as fuck!

 

maybe obvious but did you (like me) find 808 state through the manchester thing? joy division, mondays, martin hammet, etc.

 

 

not seen it

i'm not a stone roses fan really but i do like fools gold cos of how they flipped that break

 

edit: sorry i missed the last bit

 

nah first time i heard 808 state was when stu allan played flow coma, we were into dance music for years before that

that madchester thing fucked a lot of things up tbh cos according to rock historians dance music started in manchester with the haccy, but it's not true at all, there was a huge black music scene round here in the early 80s, my secondary school got so sick of us breakdancing in the toilets they decided to open up the assembly hall for it every lunchtime

 

 

cheers...

 

sorry, i had added another sneaky edit...

 

you dig andy stott at all? he seems to almost be at the opposite spectrum to what you do in terms of sound iykwim.

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sorry I am the king of multiple question posts LOL: (sorry I am in incredibly good mood today)

1.many tracks sound hiphop to me (examples: recks on, eutow, cipater etc. etc.) intentional? ever thought a bout (obv in a autechre way) a straightfoward hiphop album?

2.I think Second Peng is quite dubby...agree?

3.do you ever do meet and greets?

4. I some time ago already mentioned the Autechre Track Titles Wiki can you just give us a link which page has the most and which one has the least correct facts?

5.will this track (

) will ever be released as a studio album on an EP or so? also..why no eps for Untilted?

 

1. yeah course it's intentional :D tbh we usually think of what we do as a branch/offshoot of hip hop. we could in theory, but i dunno how straightforward it would be, being us

 

2. yeah that's fair

 

3. not for the sake of it

 

4. they all have a mixture, i dunno if i cba reading it all just to post that soz

 

5. no that was a live jam done at graham's toolshed night at band on the wall, no recording exists afaik. re:untitled i was moving house and things were a bit hectic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leafs posted that it is the opening track on Flieg', Vogel, Fliege, which makes sense as that album is supposed to be one of his "selfportrait" albums...

Ace, you're right - When I googled 'Hans-Joachim Roedelius; Über berg und tal' it point to this which credits the track:

 

 

u sure, i can't play this for some reason, but my copy sounds nothing like the track in the OP

 

cool u found it - its incredible - theres also a track on the album 'auf leisen sohlen' by the same name, lol patchy bastard.

 

 

i have two versions of selbstportrait with the same listing and different tracks as well

 

i thought Germans were noted for being thorough? ah, he's austrian.

 

 

I was just gonna say, this seems like something Wolfgang Voigt would do...reminds me of the CD and LP differences of Konigsforst.

 

I have been meaning to pick up all the Selbstportrait records for a while now...actually, funnily enough, I think it was that mystery track that sparked my interest in Roedelius. When I sent Leafs that track years ago, he speculated that it could have been Roedelius, but the guy has done so much stuff it seemed like we'd never find it. Then he told me a bit later about the Selbstportrait stuff and how I'd love it, and here I am again now.

 

Going to buy all this stuff at once when I get some cash again, if I can afford it.

 

Anyway, speaking of Voigt, are you guys into him? He's one of the few other musicians out there who, in my opinion, are just so consumed in their own musical universe to really be compared to anyone else, much like AE. I recently scored a copy of his super-rare Ruckverzauberung 4 album, directly from him too, and it's been blowing my mind lately...

 

 

yeah i love his stuff, he's got mad talent imo

 

 

After posting that I realized you remixed Mike Ink back in the day, so DERP!

 

Though I guess that was a long time ago now, and lord knows a couple years of time passing for Wolfgang is like a couple universes for the rest of us. So it's cool to know you still like him now!

 

One of the other artists I think falls into that category is Pub - do you guys know his stuff at all? He's been self-releasing most of his work via Ampoule Records in Scotland for years, and he really doesn't sound like anyone else out there. Somehow completely organic and alive, yet electronic all the same:

 

[youtubehd]B_YqFK9f4jM[/youtubehd]

 

[youtubehd]v2mW35D_tfw[/youtubehd]

 

 

not heard this guy b4, sounds p good, i'll get onto it cheers

nice metallic delays in the first one

 

 

 

 

regarding karaoke, what's your weapon of choice ?

 

if wigs are available it would have to be fools gold really

 

 

i watched made of stone last night. have you seen it and what are your thoughts if so?

 

brown is autotuned to fuck in the rehearsal bits and the H Park is overdubbed beyond recognition! still a good watch for an old fan but cringey as fuck!

 

maybe obvious but did you (like me) find 808 state through the manchester thing? joy division, mondays, martin hammet, etc.

 

 

not seen it

i'm not a stone roses fan really but i do like fools gold cos of how they flipped that break

 

edit: sorry i missed the last bit

 

nah first time i heard 808 state was when stu allan played flow coma, we were into dance music for years before that

that madchester thing fucked a lot of things up tbh cos according to rock historians dance music started in manchester with the haccy, but it's not true at all, there was a huge black music scene round here in the early 80s, my secondary school got so sick of us breakdancing in the toilets they decided to open up the assembly hall for it every lunchtime

 

 

cheers...

 

sorry, i had added another sneaky edit...

 

you dig andy stott at all? he seems to almost be at the opposite spectrum to what you do in terms of sound iykwim.

 

 

some of it's alright but it sounds a bit easy to me

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Leafs posted that it is the opening track on Flieg', Vogel, Fliege, which makes sense as that album is supposed to be one of his "selfportrait" albums...

Ace, you're right - When I googled 'Hans-Joachim Roedelius; Über berg und tal' it point to this which credits the track:

 

 

u sure, i can't play this for some reason, but my copy sounds nothing like the track in the OP

 

cool u found it - its incredible - theres also a track on the album 'auf leisen sohlen' by the same name, lol patchy bastard.

 

 

i have two versions of selbstportrait with the same listing and different tracks as well

 

i thought Germans were noted for being thorough? ah, he's austrian.

 

 

I was just gonna say, this seems like something Wolfgang Voigt would do...reminds me of the CD and LP differences of Konigsforst.

 

I have been meaning to pick up all the Selbstportrait records for a while now...actually, funnily enough, I think it was that mystery track that sparked my interest in Roedelius. When I sent Leafs that track years ago, he speculated that it could have been Roedelius, but the guy has done so much stuff it seemed like we'd never find it. Then he told me a bit later about the Selbstportrait stuff and how I'd love it, and here I am again now.

 

Going to buy all this stuff at once when I get some cash again, if I can afford it.

 

Anyway, speaking of Voigt, are you guys into him? He's one of the few other musicians out there who, in my opinion, are just so consumed in their own musical universe to really be compared to anyone else, much like AE. I recently scored a copy of his super-rare Ruckverzauberung 4 album, directly from him too, and it's been blowing my mind lately...

 

 

yeah i love his stuff, he's got mad talent imo

 

 

After posting that I realized you remixed Mike Ink back in the day, so DERP!

 

Though I guess that was a long time ago now, and lord knows a couple years of time passing for Wolfgang is like a couple universes for the rest of us. So it's cool to know you still like him now!

 

One of the other artists I think falls into that category is Pub - do you guys know his stuff at all? He's been self-releasing most of his work via Ampoule Records in Scotland for years, and he really doesn't sound like anyone else out there. Somehow completely organic and alive, yet electronic all the same:

 

[youtubehd]B_YqFK9f4jM[/youtubehd]

 

[youtubehd]v2mW35D_tfw[/youtubehd]

 

yeah track 2 @ 0'30'' that step filter , reminds me of basic channel, tbh despite the many ppl on the electronic dub thing, i thing there's always more room for ppl, its a delicate style, so even the most subtle of personalities can render a greater difference.

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I'm going to see ryoji ikeda this saturday. Are you guys into his stuff?

 

i really like 1000 fragments, less into his annoying high pitched tone stuff

tbh i think a lot of his stuff (conceptually) had already been handled better by the hafler trio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leafs posted that it is the opening track on Flieg', Vogel, Fliege, which makes sense as that album is supposed to be one of his "selfportrait" albums...

Ace, you're right - When I googled 'Hans-Joachim Roedelius; Über berg und tal' it point to this which credits the track:

 

 

u sure, i can't play this for some reason, but my copy sounds nothing like the track in the OP

 

cool u found it - its incredible - theres also a track on the album 'auf leisen sohlen' by the same name, lol patchy bastard.

 

 

i have two versions of selbstportrait with the same listing and different tracks as well

 

i thought Germans were noted for being thorough? ah, he's austrian.

 

 

I was just gonna say, this seems like something Wolfgang Voigt would do...reminds me of the CD and LP differences of Konigsforst.

 

I have been meaning to pick up all the Selbstportrait records for a while now...actually, funnily enough, I think it was that mystery track that sparked my interest in Roedelius. When I sent Leafs that track years ago, he speculated that it could have been Roedelius, but the guy has done so much stuff it seemed like we'd never find it. Then he told me a bit later about the Selbstportrait stuff and how I'd love it, and here I am again now.

 

Going to buy all this stuff at once when I get some cash again, if I can afford it.

 

Anyway, speaking of Voigt, are you guys into him? He's one of the few other musicians out there who, in my opinion, are just so consumed in their own musical universe to really be compared to anyone else, much like AE. I recently scored a copy of his super-rare Ruckverzauberung 4 album, directly from him too, and it's been blowing my mind lately...

 

 

yeah i love his stuff, he's got mad talent imo

 

 

After posting that I realized you remixed Mike Ink back in the day, so DERP!

 

Though I guess that was a long time ago now, and lord knows a couple years of time passing for Wolfgang is like a couple universes for the rest of us. So it's cool to know you still like him now!

 

One of the other artists I think falls into that category is Pub - do you guys know his stuff at all? He's been self-releasing most of his work via Ampoule Records in Scotland for years, and he really doesn't sound like anyone else out there. Somehow completely organic and alive, yet electronic all the same:

 

[youtubehd]B_YqFK9f4jM[/youtubehd]

 

[youtubehd]v2mW35D_tfw[/youtubehd]

 

yeah track 2 @ 0'30'' that step filter , reminds me of basic channel, tbh despite the many ppl on the electronic dub thing, i thing there's always more room for ppl, its a delicate style, so even the most subtle of personalities can render a greater difference.

 

yeah fully

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Anyway, speaking of Voigt, are you guys into him? He's one of the few other musicians out there who, in my opinion, are just so consumed in their own musical universe to really be compared to anyone else, much like AE. I recently scored a copy of his super-rare Ruckverzauberung 4 album, directly from him too, and it's been blowing my mind lately...

 

 

yeah i love his stuff, he's got mad talent imo

 

 

i did grab ruckverrzauberung4 for cheap when it went out, great album yeah. Voigt is hard to follow with all of his releases but fascinating musician (mixing old german instruments/sounds in a techno context & his "loops" skills). i have not listened to that Stone Roses tune for age, but yeah its a top one.

Speaking about manchester & electro during the 80s interesting story coz its kinda "history" in indie rock circles now, there are actual movies about it.

You're credited in the Prebuild LP, were that you who convinced 808 state to put out those old tracks ?

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