Tag Archives: Autechre

2020

I spent a lot of time with music in 2020. Most of what I listened to has been confrontational rather than contemplative, something to combat what the year has thrown at us, rather than the ‘balm for troubled times’ variety, … Continue reading

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2019

Last year I probably spent more on music than ever before. I was trying to support emerging artists and new labels, especially those I’ve been involved with, but was also driven by the usual consumerist desire to acquire stuff and … Continue reading

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32a_reflected

Listening to the first of the NTS sessions by Autechre, I noticed something about the  track ‘32a_reflected’. Parts of it sound like it’s played backwards. On playing the track twice in a row, you can hear that it starts how … Continue reading

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Computer Fatigue and the Rise of Sonic Complexity

Last month sound artist Kate Carr wrote an article called Computer fatigue and the rise of the human which examines how and why some electronic musicians are turning away from the computer and digital recording/processing in favour of using analogue … Continue reading

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