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Autechre - SIGN 16.10.20


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3 hours ago, cern said:

Now I really think Sign is Autechre's most moody album they ever created. 

It is very beautiful but there is a melancholy that is very deep.. Maybe too deep.  
I thought Onesix was gonna be difficult for me to get attached, but Onesix is a playful ride compare to SIGN. 
It is not the ordinary Ae-tracks Im feeling comfortable to just blast a normal day. 

I wonder if the Live-sets 2022 gonna be sad like this? 

More than Overst3ps?

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1 minute ago, xox said:

More than Overst3ps?

Oversteps is also moody but that album has some kind of Joyful thing going on.. Listen to Yuop and compare it to the last track of SIGN "psin AM" or even r Cazt. 

I even think tracks like Known(1) and 0=O are more uplifting ones..
Listen to Known(1) and compare it to second track in SIGN it is really like day and night:
 

 

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The Au14 chord progression is strangely poppy.  I don't think I'd ever honed in on that aspect during previous listens.  It put the track in a new light.  That's one thing I appreciate about Ae's newer material - the nature of the music changes depending on where you focus.  Same thing can apply to their older material too, but more so from Oversteps onward (for me, at least).  Not that Oversteps is new, by any means (though it really could have been released any time between then and now and not sound dated/like anything else).

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