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Considering Ae dropped 8 hours of music that year with no hype but a facebook post it was a bit much for a 25 minute EP 

So, I uh, might have somewhat spur of the moment (but not really, been wanting this for a while) put a system in my car. Was initially going to just upgrade speakers but my wife talked me into going m

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New page = new start for those getting a liiiiittle bit overexcited

 

Sorry man, I have to get a little excited because I finally got to watch the video after getting home from work. One of the best music videos I've seen. I loved weirdcore's aesthetic.

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Some of the code at the start of the video is a slightly mangled version of the .json files that the Cirklon sequencer saves. If you freeze the track near the start you can see what instrument he named each output track of the Cirklon after.

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I'll be satisfied with these 5 tracks as long as they're killer lush tunes. Not going to bother speculating whether this is leading up to a full LP. I'll take what's being given.

I second that!!!!!!!! ?

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Seems like a cool tune, better than most on Syro

 

Also it seems a little safe and a little bit commercialised. Part of me wishes he wasn't as popular as he is nowadays tbh (just me thinking out loud)

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I noticed this Primavera track vid got renamed to "MT1 t29r2", track #3. Is there any proof of that or are they just bullshitting?

 

Apparently if you run the Primavera track through Shazam it'll recognize it as "MT1 t29r2" 

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I've actually just swallowed two nufrofen because I've got a banging headache with this malarkey

 

 

you could save yourself lots of money buy buying generic ibuprofen which is what nurofen is but without the shiny box

 

though i suppose the same could be said about me paying £17 for the ltd edition 12"

 

then again you can't really resell nurofen at profit on discogs..

 

hmmmm

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I noticed this Primavera track vid got renamed to "MT1 t29r2", track #3. Is there any proof of that or are they just bullshitting?

 

Apparently if you run the Primavera track through Shazam it'll recognize it as "MT1 t29r2" 

 

 

 

heck yeah! this EP is gonna kill

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While he has sustained the same electronic style for the last 15 years, and gotten very good at it, the thought that he won't innovate again is pretty absurd in my humble opinion. That is what this guy does, he has got 30-40 more years of making music (hopefully), he's probably already got some next-level material with all the new stuff he has gotten recently, such as the MIDI-mutant device, remember even this tune was probably made in 2014/2015 around the same time as Marchromt (that filtered percussion in the back of the mix in the third act really reminds me of the crazy snare in marchromt), so he is just throwing us some amazing post-Syro work atm, the dude has got the potential for absolutely fresh new ideas. I really don't think the question is if he will change the game again, it's when.

 

he was already very good at this style 15 years ago though. IMO analord and rushup edge are better / more interesting sound design-wise than anything he's released this decade. (maybe someone can explain how they feel he's progressed? ppl who know analogue synths might get it more than me)

 

and as for the second thing, people were saying the same thing when syro came out (in relation to the tuss), when computer controlled instruments came out, when orphaned deejay selek came out, when cheetah came out...

Circlont6a is better than anything on Tuss

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hangable auto bulb complete. would be cool to hear more drums like this with those mad lush circklon sequencing of synfs. yall mad if you think he isnt still 'innovating' with this music, still nothing sounds like this really.. Copycats will start using this sound palate but he is the one setting the standard stlll. bless, cant wait to hear the rest of the EP, hyped for less of the safe stuff

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Seriously disappointed by this. Gonna castrate and lobotomise myself out of sheer disgust because I was expecting Richard David James to at least invent a new time signature before having the audacity to release any new music in public.

 

I'm bewildered by anyone being so idiotic as to refresh their browser while attempting to purchase this utter drivel because it's largely based on Afro-European rhythmic patterns and it's inconceivable that anyone can be impressed by anything that's conceived as innovative within the current paradigm of conventional music because anyone labelled a "genius" should be expected to do more. The least we can expect is a new scale, timbre or frequency. Come on, people! Where are your standards?!

 

I'm insulted, frankly. Where's the limited edition MiniDisc? Why can't I fly to Warp HQ and purchase in person by cheque? What the fuck is the point in having an internet of networked computers unless they operate immediately on command through my browser precisely when I want them to? How dare he!

 

And don't get me started on that "video". There's no script. There's no acting, pathos or hero's journey. Seriously - what's the point?

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C'mon you're going to quote me on this when there's so much other bullshit going on. Pfft... 

 

Quote Schlitze for being a useless cunt again

 

 

Circlont6a is better than anything on Tuss


After baseless speculation season... it's hot take o'clock

 

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cassette, Thanks for the music RDJ:)

 

High Five to ya:)

 

:aphexsign: :aphexsign: :aphexsign: :aphexsign: :aphexsign:

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Some of the code at the start of the video is a slightly mangled version of the .json files that the Cirklon sequencer saves. If you freeze the track near the start you can see what instrument he named each output track of the Cirklon after.

 

I saw that! Pretty neat. What do you reckon made the main bendy bass line that comes in near the beginning, maybe the tx81z, or was than an analog bass?

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Some of the code at the start of the video is a slightly mangled version of the .json files that the Cirklon sequencer saves. If you freeze the track near the start you can see what instrument he named each output track of the Cirklon after.

I saw that! Pretty neat. What do you reckon made the main bendy bass line that comes in near the beginning, maybe the tx81z, or was than an analog bass?

The speculation from the other thread suggests it might be Paul McCartney.
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Just got home and missed on the special edition tinfoil joint due to spending time with the fam.

 

pm me richard.

 

 

Also, just finished watching the video for the first time and listening to the song. THAT was what the fuck we needed. Mesmerizing both sonically and visually. One of the best videos I've seen in a while.

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Seriously disappointed by this. Gonna castrate and lobotomise myself out of sheer disgust because I was expecting Richard David James to at least invent a new time signature before having the audacity to release any new music in public.

 

I'm bewildered by anyone being so idiotic as to refresh their browser while attempting to purchase this utter drivel because it's largely based on Afro-European rhythmic patterns and it's inconceivable that anyone can be impressed by anything that's conceived as innovative within the current paradigm of conventional music because anyone labelled a "genius" should be expected to do more. The least we can expect is a new scale, timbre or frequency. Come on, people! Where are your standards?!

 

I'm insulted, frankly. Where's the limited edition MiniDisc? Why can't I fly to Warp HQ and purchase in person by cheque? What the fuck is the point in having an internet of networked computers unless they operate immediately on command through my browser precisely when I want them to? How dare he!

 

And don't get me started on that "video". There's no script. There's no acting, pathos or hero's journey. Seriously - what's the point?

 

 

Nice Stockhausen reference.

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New page = new start for those getting a liiiiittle bit overexcited

 

New page

 

High Five to ya Schlitze:)

 

:aphexsign: :aphexsign: :aphexsign: :aphexsign: :aphexsign:

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