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Aphex Twin @ Avant Gardner 04.11.19

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"snareup dreamers" bathroom ravers only?

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*ignores snareup*

 

 

That SAW 3 track around 4:00 mins in about brought me to tears


There was a girl just to my right that was actually crying at this point. Very sober, but absolutely weeping

 

 

yeah.. i immediately put down my phone and started dancing when that track started playing :catrecline: asmr tingles in my hands

that and the "Brooklyn Track" were the highlights of the set for me

 

thanks to andihow for sharing his water w/ me 20 minutes into aphex's set (i had the worst dry mouth ever before that ;^)), and for tearing up the dancefloor w/ me during soundmurderer. almost sounded like soundmurder was remixing a drukqs track at one point, maybe warp could release that with the elephant song remix he played at funkhaus? and maybe a jlin remix too. thxx :catsalute:

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He definitely played this one...

I don’t remember when though.

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i can't get enough of the facefold screenshots

 

is there a reddit thread to ID each yet?

 

 

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rich & phil

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Man, it'd be fun to do this for the past shows too. I remember DFN having some musicians and acting and sports celebs then some politicians. Offhand I recall SRV, Bill Hicks, and then Texan clowns like Joel Olsteen, Rick Perry, Ted Cruz, etc.

 

0PN got a shoutout in this show. Watching on YT now and I saw Sienfeld and Friends, some regional politicians and a bunch of NYC celebs and musicians. Hip-hop especially. I think I saw AOC as well?

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It was a bunch of NY folk: Jerry, Jeter, Beasties, etc. They def did their homework. It was hysterical...

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i also spotted arthur russell and lou reed

 

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best one was the short guy yelling at the trumpet player in that vid. silence serves as the foundation of creativity

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He definitely played this one...

I don’t remember when though.

 

I didn't see it in the tracklist... He DEFINITELY played this one though near the end:

 

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best one was the short guy yelling at the trumpet player in that vid. silence serves as the foundation of creativity

 

who the fuck are you?!

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in 1973.........

 

I walked bob Dylan up on stage.

 

Who the fuck are you

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Powerful show. Was great to hear a lot of what sounded like unheard/live(?) stuff plus a couple recognizable big tracks. That ambient opener stuff is beautiful, hope it comes out someday. "Brooklyn Track" sounded lush, was so torn between recording it and just taking it in.

 

Overall heavier in the middle than I expected. But having my expectations twisted are part of what I went for.

He looks like he was performing on a laptop with an old-school 4:3 screen, or was it some hardware thing?

Also wonder what role his wife is taking in the performance.

 

 

Shout out to Colin from MN who I met in the smoking section after the show (didn't get your handle), apparently I missed a bunch of you, should have tried to connect more.

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Need the opening track(s) asap. Such a surreal, incredible way to open the show

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agree. gave me goosebumps.

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This show was unreal! Had no idea seeing him live was so important, definitely took the throne over the birth of my children.

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It was a bunch of NY folk: Jerry, Jeter, Beasties, etc. They def did their homework. It was hysterical...

 

also that angry trumpet heckler guy hahaha

 

Coachella had an array of SoCal figures too and Skrillex randomly

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Those first two kick hits over the end of the first ambient track are so beautiful 

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Shame about the track name, makes me not dig it now

Everywhere I see the name of the track has it obscured with '*'s. How did you ascertain what the full title is?

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Could follow Nirvana’s example and change the track name to ‘Waifed’

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