THE LABEL OF 2013: Houndstooth -
Despite Warp delivering quality albums from Darkstar, Mount Kimbie, Boards Of Canada, Jackson & His Computer Band and Oneohtrix Point Never, the unrivalled accolade of The Pen’s label of the year would have to go to Houndstooth.
Owned by Fabric and coordinated by Electronic…
Agreed! I think. So difficult to decide, cause 2013 has been amaaaaaaazing.
HTH vs HTH -
HTH vs HTH is a 7 track EP that pits the production processes of our artists against one another with Special Request and Akkord tackling each other’s stems whilst Call Super and Second Storey trade tracks alongside interweaved interpretations of House of
Acquired. Excellent as expected. For 1£ it might just be the catch of the year?
Mix: EE#292, Sigha - Warehouse sessions 006 -
“I fell in love with techno in Warehouses on otherwise bleak industrial estates. I’ll never lose my fascination with the sound of a kick drum echoing around a huge concrete space. Hopefully this mix captures a little bit of the otherworldly vibe I stumbled across back then.” – Sigha The ‘Warehouse Sessions’ return to ELECTRONIC EXPLORATIONS once again this December &
EE Warehouse sessions are back!
Vorce turned 4 today!
Wow, really. Dafuq.
RA.390 Deepchord -
The dub techno artist goes off-piste.
RA.390 Deepchord http://www.residentadvisor.net/podcast-episode.aspx?id=390 … - This is great.
AAA - Ask Autechre Anything - Sean and Rob on WATMM! - Autechre Forum -
Page 1 of 48 - AAA - Ask Autechre Anything - Sean and Rob on WATMM! - posted in Autechre Forum: Sean and Rob of Autechre have graciously agreed to subject themselves to you, the Autechre fans for a ask anything - youll have until 7 November, 2013 to post your questions here in this thread, and Sean and Rob will choose which posts to respond to - try to ask interesting and respectful questions, and a HUGE thanks to Sean and Rob for supporting WATMM, and keeping in touch with their fans….
AMA with AE. <3
Jon Convex has also teamed up with Exit boss dBridge for a new podcast series entitled “Heart Drive” which picks up where the Autonomic series left off – here’s the first installment.