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  • Tri Repetae Tri Repetae Quick View

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    Tri Repetae

    Tri Repetae, the third album from Autechre finally made available again on vinyl, having been out of print on vinyl since 2001. On reflection, Tri Repeate stands tall as one of the most out-there (and if you know what that means...) and boundary-pushing releases from Ae ever. Going back to the group's roots as b-boy's, Tri... features ten variations on street sounds from hip-hop and techno to industrial and jungle. Released at a time when producers were ripe with ideas for cosmic breakbeat experimentation, Tri... mixed the glitchy twisted dynamics of EPs such as the criminal justice bill protest Anti and sculpted a long player that resembles some of the most 'floor friendly' Ae to ever grace a packed nightclub soundsystem. The ten tracks pulled influence from previous outings, from the glacial Amber chug of Overand to the Incunabula acid of Leterel. But the overall sound is one of mixing influence from the avant-garde of Iannis Xenakis, Edgard Varese & Tod Dockstar with the mid 90's post-hardcore sound of jungle.For anyone looking to get to grips with Ae but wanting something that bridges the gap between the early analogue escapism and the latter deconstructionist stance of elseq, Tri Repetae is the perfect point to dive into. Mixing elements of groups such as Coil at their most industrial, the austere techno of the Downwards crew and the cold yet funky electro of Man Parrish, they composed an album that still, twenty one years since its release, has one of the most singular sounds for anything resembling electro techno, and what other group can you think of who have you can say have ever managed that?
    1. Dael
    2. Clipper
    3. Leterel
    4. Rotar
    5. Stud
    6. Eutow
    7. C.Pach
    8. Gnit
    9. Overand
    10. Rsdio
    Autechre
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    Incunabula

    Incunabula, the debut full-length offering from Autechre finally made available again on vinyl, having been out of print on vinyl since 2001. Having first emerged onto a post-acid house 1993, Incunabula was released as part 7 of the now legendary Artificial Intelligence series of albums and compilations from Warp. A series that gave us early records from artists who went on to sculpt the electronic landscape both in and out of the club. Being lined up against such contemporaries as Black Dog Productions (Balil and Plaid) Aphex under his Polygon Window guise, Richie Hawtin's FUSE project, Speedy J, B12 & on the series' closing compilation, artists as diverse as Seefeel, Richard H Kirk & The Higher Intelligence Agency. Incunabula set the tone for the following landmark albums from Ae, huge caustic dissections of sound that almost resemble vast mathematical equations more than they do club fodder (though tracks like the breakbeat whip crack of Doctrine and the acidic euphoria of Maetl, which when deployed by the right DJ will go off). For those just arriving at the edge of Ae's world and are looking for an entry point into the sprawling discography of the group, or those of you looking to delve into the pre-MaxMSP archives, this is the record for you. There is not much we can say that has not been said before, but this truly is a landmark album of UK electronica, a legendary recording that still even after twenty-six years still sounds like a future we are yet to arrive at.
    1. Kalpol Introl
    2. Bike
    3. Autriche
    4. Bronchus 2
    5. Basscadet
    6. Eggshell
    7. Doctrine
    8. Maetl
    9. Windwind
    10. Lowride
    11. 444
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    Amber

    Amber, the second full-length from Autechre and considered by many to be their ambient opus (though we imagine they wouldn't call it that!) having been out of print on vinyl since 2001. Amber contains eleven tracks of sparse Ae minimalist machine modules that blur the boundaries between isolationist electronica and richly vivid techno soundscapes. Considered by many fans to be the most crucial recording from the group, it contains some of their most immersive soundscapes to date. Steering away from the post-hardcore dynamics that shone through on Incunabula, Amber moves further away from anything resembling 'techno' and moved into more territories of abstract ambience. These eleven crystal-like cubes of sound came together to produce some of the most mind-bendingly hypnotic sounds to be committed to wax during the 90's. Placing Ae up in the ranks of legendary composers such as Steve Reich and Manuel Gottsching as well as their Artificial Intelligence contemporaries with whom they were crafting the building blocks of the future.There is something uniquely immersive about Amber, it's almost as if as you are playing it the sounds are fading away before they even begin, when played from the start you can lose a lot of time within the endless gradients that adorn its cover, before the sounds just seemingly, disappear.
    1. Teartear
    2. Nil
    3. Yulquen
    4. Further
    5. Nine
    6. Piezo
    7. Glitch
    8. Slip
    9. Montreal
    10. Silverside
    11. Foil
    Autechre
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    L-Event

    Autechre's new EP on Warp Records is titled L-Event -the EP follows Rob Brown and Sean Booth's 11th full length, Exai and 2011's 47 track collection EPs 1991-2002. L-Event has a running time of 26 minutes and 2 seconds.
    1. tac Lacora
    2. M39 Diffain
    3. Osla for n
    4. newbound
    Autechre
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    Automaton

    Gossamer is Evan Reiner-the producer, guitarist, synthesizer scientist and
    urban-spelunking field recorder whose full-length debut Automaton dissolves
    the genre-breaking electronica of Autechre and Boards of Canada into a
    bottomless sea of found sound and ambient atmosphere. It's less an album than
    an environment all its own, or a journey into the unexplored. And whether it's
    inspiring a trip deep into the discography of Steve Reich or into California's
    beautifully desolate Ansel Adams Wilderness, it's that fearless spirit of
    exploration that brought Automaton to life.


    Reiner grew up in the L.A. neighborhood of Eagle Rock with a father telling war
    stories about seeing Black Flag and the Germs play and with a set of cousins
    who'd get him started listening to hip-hop. (Especially instrumentals by
    iconoclastic producers like Premier, RZA and New York's crushing DITC crew,
    Reiner remembers.) As he turned 16, he was playing guitar "religiously," he says,
    as well as listening intently to Slayer and Cannibal Corpse on the way to
    ferocious hardcore shows on the fringes of Los Angeles.


    By the time he graduated high school, he was a hardcore kid with a heavy
    grounding in hip-hop who'd developed so tremendously as a guitarist that he
    was practicing notoriously formidable Django Reinhardt songs for fun. The
    connection might not seem obvious, but it was there nonetheless-these were
    three distinct musical forms equally dedicated to passion, individual technique
    and total commitment to expression.


    He won admission to the prestigious Berklee School of Music in Boston, where
    his first semesters in the fall of 2009 were everything he'd hoped. But the more
    he studied, the clearer it became that he'd need to strike out on his own: "So
    many professors would tell their students what the right thing to do was in a
    creative setting," he says now. "There is no right way."


    He'd once used his computer just to help with his composition homework, but
    now he was restless. So he began to focus on the potential of electronic music:
    "I realized it was like having every component of a band at your fingertips," he
    says. "It felt free and genuine with no distractions." He'd begun to make his own
    field recordings, too, capturing the sounds of Boston at sunrise and stirring
    them into his beat experiments. Intense study of movie sound and foley artistry,
    like pouring sand across drum cymbals or using spent shells from a gun range
    for percussion, gave him a whole new vocabulary, and he found further
    inspiration in artists from Ai Weiwei to Maya Duren to Stanley Kubrick to Delia
    Derbyshire-people who blew open the boundaries of their own disciplines.
    Then in July 2013, he began to make what would become his first full-length
    album as Gossamer. He'd rent an armful of microphones and hike to the tunnels
    under Pasadena's eerie Devil's Gate Dam, site of suicides and barely-thwarted
    summonings in the tradition of Aleister Crowley. ("The echo is crazy," he says.)
    During a month in Japan, he recorded "terrifying trains" and cicadas and the
    squeals of a rusting bicycle. He'd record himself smashing trash under a bridge
    in downtown L.A., or knocking rebar against rotting wood 8,000 feet above sea
    level in California's Ansel Adams Wilderness Area. Then he'd come
    home-whether "home" at that particular moment was his own studio, a capsule
    hotel in Japan, a friend's place in Boston or a temporary space in New York-and
    "make accidents happen," he says, with recorders and samplers and guitar and
    (this time) a stable of analog synthesizers.


    The result was Gossamer's Automaton, a precise and gentle dreamscape of
    experimental electronica, where the ambient atmosphere of Gas drifts across
    the fractured beats of Autechre or Boards of Canada. It starts with its own
    sunrise on "Thoughtform," where birdsong melts into ghostly vocals and waves
    of synthesizer, and then shifts into the haunting "Print," which transplants the
    sci-fi sensibilities of Vangelis to some desolate and wild new world. His "Okuma"
    is like a Tortoise song that never touches solid ground, while tracks like [3] and
    [5] recall the Brian Eno of Fourth World, somehow ancient and futuristic at
    once. When the crickets start chirping on closer "-;- ", it's a signal that the
    day-and the journey-are both coming to an end. It's might be his first album,
    but it's also a first step towards something new.


    "Automaton is me," Reiner explains. "It's my process. It's a symbol of having
    accepted that there is a difference between being alone and being lonely. It's a
    coping mechanism for the struggle to realize and balance what I am and am not
    in control of in my life. It reminds me of playing Bioshock and watching Blade
    Runner at the same time while naked in the jungle on another planet. It makes
    me think of watching an old home video of myself and seeing Neptune right
    outside my window. The list goes on and on-I could go forever."

    1. Thoughtform
    2. Print
    3. 3d Relief
    4. Okuma
    5. J - Cruise
    6. Off World
    7. Truax
    8. For Sleep
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  • Jetlag Jetlag Quick View

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    Jetlag

    Jetlag is the fourth studio release from Canadian singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Milosh. Milosh first came on the radar via
    his critically acclaimed Plug Research releases, You Make Me Feel (2004) and Meme (2006), and gained further notoriety as the elusive vocalist
    behind the 2013 release of Woman, via side project Rhye.


    Jetlag picks up where Milosh last left off, capturing a revelatory life moment, holding tight to inspiration and artistic integrity along the way; the ultimate testament to true and absolute love. The album is a collaboration between Milosh and his wife Alexa Nikolas, recording unexpected
    intimate moments of laughter and love together; found sounds of everything from their travels around the world together to the most private spaces
    in their home. Previously living in Berlin and Thailand, Jetlag chronicles the time when the couple came together and eventually settled in Los
    Angeles. The refined sound plays as the ultimate romantic and joyful soundtrack, with equal parts homage to the minimal electronic artists like
    Autechre and Boards of Canada that inspired Milosh and classical and jazz elements from his formal training on cello. Further, all art and video for
    the project were created by and star Milosh and Alexa, adding to the multi-dimensional experience that Jetlag brings.

    1. Do You Want What I Need
    2. Hear In You
    3. Skipping
    4. Don't Call It
    5. Jetlag
    6. Stakes Ain't High
    7. Hold Me
    8. Slow Down
    9. Water
    10. This Time
    Milosh
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    Flesh And Machine


    LP Contains CD Of Full Album


    Daniel Lanois is one of the most influential record producers
    of the modern era: the man who brought Bob Dylan back;
    longtime collaborator with Brian Eno, soundsculpting a series
    of mammoth releases for U2; and producer of breakthrough
    late-career albums by Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris. But
    before all that, Daniel Lanois was an experimental musician, recording his unique guitar voicings for groundbreaking albums
    with guys like Brian Eno and Jon Hassell, along the way helping
    to invent a genre called ambient music. What is lost in the
    wild success of his production career is Lanois' musical life at
    the edge, which is where Flesh and Machine, his new album
    on ANTI-, comes full circle.


    A wildly ambitious, diverse exploration of modern sonics, Flesh and Machine careens from the
    huge guitar skronk of "The End" to the haunted landscapes of
    "Iceland." But perhaps for the first time, Lanois' new album
    highlights the strange parallel evolution that has taken place in Daniel's music; alongside
    the developments in IDM that launched from the same 70s avante-intrumental roots as Eno
    and company, Lanois' music has developed a rhythmic complexity heard in the most adventurous music by Autechre or Matmos. Only for Lanois, nothing is digital. Dense, visceral
    music that combines the primitive stomach-pounding volume of rock with the heartbreaking
    found sonics of early electronic music, Flesh and Machine reminds us that we are bodies in a
    mechanized world, and that in the midst of our digital noise we must not forget to breathe.

    1. Rocco
    2. The End
    3. Sioux Lookout
    4. Tamboura Jah
    5. Two Bushas
    6. Space Love
    7. Iceland
    8. My First Love
    9. Opera
    10. Aquatic
    11. Forest City
    Daniel Lanois
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  • Stills Lit Through Stills Lit Through Quick View

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    Stills Lit Through

    Stills Lit Through offers the first comprehensive body of work from
    musician and visual artist Tallesen.


    Hailing from the Hudson Valley of New York, Tallesen - born
    Cayman Johnson - describes Stills as a response to the
    "continuous flexibility of the physical setting by the additive of
    sound." A reference to his joyful erasure of the distinction
    between music and experience.


    The twelve songs of Stills Lit Through conjure an eidolon of
    melodies painted with watercolor brushstrokes both calm
    ("Glenticast") and frenetic ("Emmel"). To our ears, this closely
    characterizes Johnson's work as a visual artist.


    The collection when taken as a whole is wonderfully consistent.
    We hear echoes of Autechre's corporeal maneuvers (bass as lead
    voice, plasticity of foreground vs. background), but, if you dig out
    the provenance of Johnson's nom de plume, you really start to
    understand how the melodic through-lines of the record operate
    on a more illustrative level.


    What appears to you as a macro-level core 'feeling' about the
    record is illusively varied, consisting of insanely lush song nodes
    that subtly and endlessly rotate and shift. It is a music that is both
    ultra beautiful (Strike Silver, Love Green) and invested in a core
    belief dealing with the materiality of musical sound itself
    (Plasticized Fsa). It's not the house in which melodies are stored,
    it's the crypt of inspiration from which melodies emerge.


    Rhythmically, Stills encourages ephemera towards the creation of
    a seductively creaky, silvery universe with an unreliable sense of
    gravity. The result is hallucinatory in that the album
    comprehensively experiences like volumes among volumes of
    things change, but in half-speed. "The music is saturated with
    information for it to remain flexible to its surroundings," describes
    Cayman, an ode to feeling "ambiance with a modern degree of
    attention."


    Thus we enter the world of Stills Lit Through, a comprehensive
    portrait of young Cayman Johnson's enigmatic, sensual world-building music.

    1. Blue Stills
    2. Glenticast
    3. Chime Ever
    4. Motion Past Shine
    5. Take Flash East
    6. Emmel
    7. Set Red, Seize Grey
    8. Strike Silver, Love Green
    9. Plasticized Fsa
    10. Illusion Crossed Phase
    11. Landmark Rituals
    12. Teal Sport Focus
    13. Court Sight (Bonus Track)
    14. Eveibury (Bonus Track)
    15. Line Cross Shore (Bonus Track)
    16. Night Bloom (Bonus Track)
    Tallesen
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  • Split Series #23 Split Series #23 Quick View

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    Split Series #23


    '[Gately] veers towards the fringes of pop before dancing away into weirdo ambience and
    more solemn computer music climes." - FACT


    "Hewing to a crooked axis of air-tumbling house drums and buoyant bass, Tlaotlon sparks
    off all manner of corkscrewing pings, synth stabs and scrambled electronics in a psychoactive manner belying his participation with wayward acts such as Finnish psych troupe,
    Kemialliset YstÄvÄt. " - Boomkat


    Another high quality, album-length release, the twenty-third - and penultimate - issue in
    FatCat's long-running and highy-acclaimed Split 12" Series features two emerging artists,
    each working in markedly di erent ways to forge bold new territory for modern electronic
    music. As usual, this record will be released on 12" vinyl in the Split Series' trademark
    hand-drilled and numbered packaging, pressed in a limited edition of 700 copies for the
    world.


    A hugely exciting new talent, Katie Gately is a Brooklyn-born, LA-based artist with an
    academic background in lm sound production and editing. Having only recently stepped
    out from her regular job as a sound designer in the lm industry, Katie has crafted a set of
    brilliantly intricate and ambitious sound pieces that exist in a borderzone between electro -
    acoustic composition, eld recording and deconstructed pop bringing to mind the
    widescreen scope of Scott Walker or Julia Holter and the precise playful abstraction of
    Matmos and Holly Herndon.


    Katie's o ering for this split 12" is a staggeringly bold and ambitious composition. A
    restlessly playful, hyper-intricate, 15-minute sprawl of a track, 'Pivot' shifts around
    constantly - feeling its way into being through a spartan, alien space of treated vocals
    and gestural sound-slashes set starkly against negative space. At the core of the track
    lies a song and recognisable lyrics, pitch-shifted and time-stretched, chopped and
    layered into choirs, switching its gender, rendering it into pure malleable texture, her
    heavily manipulated voice seeps throughout the track.


    Tlaotlon is the solo alias of Melbourne-based New Zealander Jeremy Coughbrough, who
    has released a clutch of records in the past few years on labels like Dungeon Taxis, Epic
    Sweep, Trensmat and 1080p. Messy, maximalist and psychedelic, Tlaotlon pro ers a kind
    of squelchy, hyper-colourful, dislocated modern electronica that might nd roots in older
    models like Phthalocyanine or Autechre but sharing commonalities with current producers
    like Patten, Sculpture, Dalglish, Astral Social Club and others.


    Starting out from a series of vivid, striking little loops, the resulting tracks rapidly grow,
    swelling into a densely-layered web of multiplying rhythms and synthetic textures to forge
    a kind of hypermodern Baroque: synthetic, slippery, endlessly playful, dense and psychedelic. Any traces of a club backbone are swiftly disoriented into a messy, mutant swirl, a
    joyful, dense tangle of rhythms and timbres. Car alarms, chipmunk vocals, space-jazz
    synth bleed, clattering debris-beats, and pitch-bent slashes all coalesce in a churning
    torrent of sound material.

    1. Katie Gately - Pivot
    2. Tlaotlon - MYRIADE
    3. Tlaotlon - ASCENSIS
    4. Tlaotlon - ODYS
    5. Tlaotlon - SIADE
    Katie Gately / Tlaotlon
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  • Not For Piano Not For Piano Quick View

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    Not For Piano

    A collection of his own compositions as well as piano interpretations of Detroit techno and electronica classics such as 'Strings of Life' by Derrick May, 'The Bells' by Jeff Mills, and 'Overand' by Autechre.
    1. Hello
    2. Barcelona Trist
    3. Strings Of Life
    4. Andover
    5. AP
    6. The Melody
    7. Jeita
    8. The Bells
    9. Hymn
    10. Two Minds One Sound
    Francesco Tristano
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  • Bleep: 10 Bleep: 10 Quick View

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    Bleep: 10

    On May 6th, Bleep will release Bleep:10, a compilation of new and exclusive tracks from some of electronic music's leading artists, including Autechre, Fuck Buttons, Machinedrum, Modeselektor, Shackleton, Lone and Oneohtrix Point Never.The compilation celebrates ten years of Bleep by focusing on some of the key figures in electronic music over the past 10 years. Represented here are a wide range of labels, scenes and genres that have emerged over the last decade and that continue to influence the coming decade.
    1. Gas: Die Wand
    2. Lone: Lizard King
    3. Machinedrum: aeolia
    4. Oneohtrix Point Never: Need
    5. Modeselektor: I'm not into Twerk, I'm into KrafTwerk
    6. Untold: That Horn Track
    7. Fuck Buttons: Brainfreeze (Alt. mix)
    8. Dabrye: Click Clack
    9. Autechre: SYptixed
    10. Shackleton: Ganda Rising
    11. Nosaj Thing: Particles Aligned
    12. -Ziq: Hedges
    13. Byetone: Morning
    14. Nathan Fake: Vanish North
    Various Artists
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    Silent Ascent

    Downliners Sekt are one of the most pleasant and intriguing surprises of Barcelona's increasingly in-the-spotlight electronic scene. The duo's sound references the science of Autechre, the ghostly Overview: echoes of Rhythm and Sound's Burial Mix series, even shards of melted My Bloody Valentine-esque shoegaze. They have won over a range of characters including Mount Kimbie, Mary Anne Hobbs, Kevin "The Bug" Martin and John Talabot.


    Downliners Sekt's reputation amongst the international electronic music scene was significantly heightened from their 2010-2011 trilogy of EPs - 'Hello Lonely, Hold the Nation', 'We Make Hits, Not the Public' and 'Meet the Decline' on Barcelona's Disboot label followed 2 EPs on InFinÉ 'Trim/ Tab' and 'Balt Shakt'.


    Now complete and mastered by Berlin sorcerer Rashad Becker, their third album "Silent Ascent" is defining at best Downliners Sekt´s sonic statement : a fractured hymn to the dancefloor and the sounds that move it.

    1. Soul DÉbris
    2. Silent Ascent
    3. This American Life
    4. Hors Phase
    5. Balt Shakt I
    6. Eiger Dreams
    7. Reversal
    8. Junior High
    9. Etern
    10. Balt Shakt II
    11. Once Mercurial
    12. Give Him Your Heart
    Downliners Sekt
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    Universal Everything & You

    Screen Printed Sleeve


    Iconic Design From Matt Pyke


    Includes 1 of 4 Art Prints (Randomly Assorted)


    Warp Records is pleased to announce the general release of Universal Everything & You. A 20 minute piece by Simon Pyke (Freeform), built upon the soundtrack to the exhibition Universal Everything & You which has been running at the Science Museum, London.


    Designed by Matt Pyke of Universal Everything, the release consists of an 180g vinyl pressing, screen-printed on one side, and including one of four available prints featuring images taken from the exhibition.


    Simon Pyke is a Brighton based musician and sound artist. He's previously released music through Warp and Skam records and toured extensively with electronic musicians including Autechre. Pyke has worked on a range of commercial projects including rebrands for SkyTv, MTV, and S4C, Wales and audio for the launch of the 2012 Olympics logo and MTV music video awards.


    Universal Everything is a UK based digital art and design collective who work with a global network of designers, artists, musicians, producers and programmers. Past artworks have been exhibited at MOMA, New York, V&A London, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, Garage Centre for Contemporary Culture, Moscow, and La Gaite Lyrique, Paris.


    Warp has a long relationship with Simon Pyke and Matt Pyke, having first released Simon's music as Freeform 17 years ago (Prowl, WAP73, 1996). Through designing this sleeve, Matt was introduced to Warp and subsequently the Designers Republic for whom he went on to work. During this time and since launching Universal Everything, he has designed many Warp record sleeves and the Warp.net and original Bleep.com websites.

    1. Universal Everything & You
    Simon Pyke
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