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14-04-2015, 15:28   #16
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Here's the link -> https://www.mixcloud.com/keyfumbler/...december-2014/
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This is an excellent recording from what must of been an incredible concert in Helsinki a couple of nights back.

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Ae are playing a two hour radio show on NTSlive, every Thursday this month, starting this afternoon at 4pm.
I smell a new album in the air.

https://www.nts.live/projects/autechre-nts-residency/

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Thank you, been too long..
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That was amazing! Seemed to be all new music too.
Session 1
https://drive.google.com/uc?id=1mMY4...xport=download
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Me poor wallet. Just when I think I'm out, they pull me back in



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Autechre are playing the National Concert Hall this July.


https://twitter.com/WarpRecords/status/993786464264769536?s=20
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08-05-2018, 22:52   #26
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Dammit anyways another missed Electric Picnic opportunity, did anyone catch them at the Picnic in 2006?
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16-07-2018, 10:43   #27
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Did anyone else make it to the gig last night? I had to leave early (caught an hour 20 mins), unfortunately.

It was interesting for sure. The music was very intense. It was a generative sort of beats and arrangements, piercing and brutal sounds for the first hour. It was kind of tough to listen to at times and not really that musical for large sections. Just as I was leaving it started to sound a bit more synthy and less percussive, oh well.
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Wasn't at the gig last night but your comments on what you got to listen to resonate with the couple of Autechre live performances I've seen.

I'm think I'm getting to the stage where I'm not too enthused about going to live performances of Autechre. Simply because when I enjoy listening to them it's more something I do at home or in the car as a solitary exercise. I'm not sure I'm able to enjoy the music in a live setting as for me it's not the ideal environment.

Essentially I find Autechre's output fascinating and challenging to listen to rather than actually listening to it for musical enjoyment if that makes sense. Of course the downside of not going to live performances is that you miss a unique set unless it's recorded and released later.
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Yeah, I agree. I don't think sitting down in that environment is a great experience. I felt too aware of the crowd and external noises from the foyer. It was supposed to be in the dark but there is a lot of light from emergency signs and other things which is kind of distracting. It would have been better if they just had a few lights themselves for the audience to focus on.

Even for the support act, sitting down listening to techno/IDM type music in a concert hall is a bit surreal and strange.

The sound quality at the gig was pretty good but not really like listening on a decent system in a small room. There was far too much bass and that took away from the detail of the sound. Too much reverberation from the space made it sound muddy as well.

Overall, I was happy to see them and experience it but I expected something a bit more. Their output on NTS and their later albums have been a bit more palatable than the ultra abstract albums from before. I guess I was expecting something like that.
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All these live soundboards up on the Bleepstore are so good. Any of ye get any? I have the Atlanta, Miami, Chicago and the New York ones so far, going to get another three now for tonight. Amazing sound quality. I have them turned up to 11 on the thing here and no distortion or nothing. Great zone out fluid edge magic




Makes me regret not going last summer but I was afraid of having to sit and not being able to get up to go out to the jacks and not get back in.
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