Rpeg - Autechre - EP7 (Vinyl)

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  1. Format: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP Country: UK Released: Genre: Electronic Style: Abstract, IDM, Experimental. Head-mangling IDM obliterations from Manchester's Autechre. First part to the two pronged EP7 (NM / VG+) Tracklist A1 Rpeg A2 Ccec A3 Squeller B1 Left Blank B2 Outpt
  2. EP7 is very much all over the place, but mostly works despite being a bit of a mixed bag. The biggest issue with it is actually not the eclecticism, but the contrast of highlights and lowlights. There are some phenomenal Autechre trax here: "Rpeg"; "Outpt"; "Dropp"; .
  3. EP7 is my fave Autechre album, along with Incunabula. "rpeg" is a fitting intro into a more terse and machine-driven style that was hinted at in the previous self-titled (`LP5') album and its predecessor 'Tri Repetae++', but, for this sonic `punter', leaves them for dead/5(37).
  4. These include Cavity Job ( - First Autechre release from before they signed to Warp and not available on CD before), Basscad EP (), Anti EP (), Garbage (), Anvil Vapre (), Peel Session (Transmitted , released ), Envane (), Cichlisuite (), EP7 (), Peel Session 2 (Transmitted , released ) and Gantz /5(18).
  5. EP7 Autechre Electronic · Preview SONG TIME Rpeg. 1. PREVIEW Ccec. 2. PREVIEW Squeller. 3. PREVIEW Left Blank.
  6. 1 Rpeg at EP price. According to Wikipedia, the U.S. issue, and all vinyl issues, omits the long "minus time" hidden track at the beginning of the U.K. CD. Published. INTD CD () as well as this LP5/EP7 period Autechre, and when I mentioned the latter, I was astonished that these people were not familiar. A group, so on.
  7. Autechre (/ ɔː ˈ t ɛ k ər /) are an English electronic music duo consisting of Rob Brown and Sean Booth, both from Rochdale, Greater Manchester. Formed in , they are one of the best known acts signed to UK electronic label Warp Records, through which all of Autechre's full-length albums have been released beginning with their
  8. EP7 is my fave Autechre album, along with Incunabula. "rpeg" is a fitting intro into a more terse and machine-driven style that was hinted at in the previous self-titled (`LP5') album and its predecessor 'Tri Repetae++', but, for this sonic `punter', leaves them for dead/5(51).

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