News featuring Aphex Twin

The following news stories mention Aphex Twin. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 11 hours ago.

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Sunday 28th June

  • LA Priest: Inji review – kitchen-sink eclecticism


    In 2007, Sam Eastgate released a single track under the name LA Priest. It’s taken him eight years to follow it up with an album, the major distraction being his dance-rock quartet Late of the Pier. Since the Leicestershire band split up in 2010 – prematurely, given the promise of their debut Fantasy Black Channel – Eastgate has reportedly been building synths in a Welsh mountain retreat and studying electromagnetic phenomena in Greenland. The years have had a mellowing effect, but they haven’t dulled Eastgate’s eclecticism. He’s taken a kitchen-sink approach on the new album, melding psych rock and disco with electronics that recall Aphex Twin. Inji feels disjointed at moments but Eastgate’s stoned insouciance papers most of the cracks.

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’15 Jun 10 Wed

Wednesday 10th June

  • 061180 – “A farm in the dessert”

    I'm considering being a cloud by 061180 061180 is the project of John Parnell, a creator of avant-garde music mostly in the vein of experimental drone, ambient, and noise. Taking a cue from artists like Merzbow and Aphex Twin, Parnell crafts his own darkly intoxicating worlds that balances between ethereal and terrifying. 061180 is a project […]

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Thursday 19th March

  • Aphex Twin: Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments Pt. 2

    Richard D. James isn't laying his best cards on the table with this EP, but at least he's staying active.

    We were warned. Before Richard D. James resurfaced as Aphex Twin in 2014 with his delightfully colorful album Syro, he revealed in interviews that he had at least a dozen albums worth of material on deck and waiting. In that light, the sudden appearance of Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments Pt. 2 isn't such a big shock. On the other hand, the genetic makeup of this EP may take some getting used to for those who…

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’15 Mar 17 Tue

Tuesday 17th March

  • Rephlex Records Co-founder to Release Album as Piece of Land?

    Grant Wilson-Claridge may be best known for co-founding Rephlex Records with Richard D. James (a.k.a. Aphex Twin), but he's now making headlines (and possibly history) by trying to release an IDM album as a piece of land.   Wilson-Claridge has enlisted the help of We Are the Music Makers Forum boss Joyrex to run the project's Kickstarter campaign, following his involvement with the successful release Aphex Twin's rare Caustic Window album last year.   The new endeavour is seeking $30,000 to release Wilson-Claridge and his creative partner Aleksi Perälä's colundi everyOne — the...

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’15 Mar 13 Fri

Friday 13th March

  • Hundred Waters playing SXSW, made a mixtape with Aphex Twin, Andy Stott, new Braids song & more (stream/download)

    Hundred Waters are wrapping up their tour with Mitski playing shows in their former Florida home this weekend (the band recently relocated to LA) and finishing in Austin for a couple appearances at SXSW, playing the Pitchfork party at Mohawk on March 19 with Migos, Vince Staples, Waxahatchee, Title Fight and more, and then the We Are Family Showcase on March 21 with Emprss, Jacuzzi Boys, Phantoms, HO99O9 and Kodak To Graph. All dates are listed below.

    In anticipation of the We Are Family showcase, Hundred Waters made a mixtape with some of the other bands on the bill, as well as former tourmates, including Braids, Julianna Barwick, Kodak to Graph, Aphex Twin and more. Says the band's Zach Tetreault:

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