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9 thoughts on “ Maphive 6.1 - Autechre - EP7 (CDr) ”

  1. Jul 20,  · this, like LP5, seems to be the most accessable Autechre stuff out there. mid to late nineties Autechre was the shit. it's nice to have both EP7 eps in one but sucks that the hidden track is missing. every squeal, click and hiss is perfect on this with the exception of the somewhat awkward timpanis in "Maphive " just don't dig it.4/5().
  2. Listen free to Autechre – EP7 (Rpeg, Ccec and more). 11 tracks (). Less than a year after a vaunted full-length, Autechre returns with an hour-long EP that, given the artistic and sonic departures inside, could easily have made it LP6 instead of EP7. Sean Booth and Rob Brown's insistence on coaxing only the most spidery and alien bits of percussion from their PC audio software is in.
  3. Can you name all the Autechre tracks? We all need to come together. Play Sporcle's virtual live trivia to have fun, connect with people, and get your trivia stoneshaperfelharimhelldweller.xyzinfo a live hosted trivia game for your favorite pub trivia experience done virtually. If a virtual private party is more your thing, go here for details.
  4. Maphive Lyrics. 9. Zeiss Pir Lyrics. About “EP7” EP7 is, as the name implies, the 7th EP from Autechre, released on Warp Records in This release is classified by the duo as an EP.
  5. EP7 is nestled perfectly between LP5 and Confield, and is the perfect transition piece. Tracks like Dropp and Rpeg are pretty left-wing compared to their previous output, while others like Maphive and Pir still show the refrain from diving straight into the alien that is Confield. Draft
  6. Jan 08,  · Autechre: EP 7 By Jacob Arnold January 8, January 1, Reviews: IDM. “Maphive ” is simply awesome with kettle drum sounds and orchestral electronics. This track is literally exciting as it shifts along only to break apart. Somehow it reminds me of the gorgeous, primitive electronic music from Mega Man 2 for the NES.
  7. Fast Forward to and you have what still counts for us, alongside LP5, as one of the best Autechre releases: EP7. Once again split into two vinyl parts, it found Booth and Brown at a creative peak, just before the algorithms took over. but the rolling drums and buried melodies of Maphive still completely destroy us, every time.
  8. Less than a year after a vaunted full-length, Autechre returns with an hour-long EP that, given the artistic and sonic departures inside, could easily have made it LP6 instead of EP7. Sean Booth and Rob Brown's insistence on coaxing only the most spidery and alien bits of percussion from their PC audio software is in full effect, as on 's LP5, but the duo appears to have pulled back a bit.
  9. Warp's artists create groundbreaking music, videos and cinema; Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada, Battles, Flying Lotus, Kelela, Yves Tumor Watch and listen here.

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