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Autechre

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LFO, Autechre: Leisure Lounge, London

Live Review by Paul Mathur, Melody Maker, 3 December 1994

IN PURSUIT OF ABANDON... ...

Autechre: EP7

Review by Eric Weisbard, The Village Voice, 11 August 1999

AUTECHRE, THE ENGLISH DUO of Sean Booth and Rob Brown, don't so much write songs as program ecosystems. Within electronica, where everyone says Autechre have ...

Autechre: Mathematics is the new rock'n'roll

Interview by Mike Barnes, The Independent, 29 April 2001

Being formulaic is what techno duo Autechre do. Good, says Mike Barnes ...

The Futurologists: Autechre

Interview by David Stubbs, The Wire, April 2003

The world of electronica might have become overcrowded since their first releases a decade ago, but Autechre are still burrowing through microscopic cracks into the ...

Autechre: Digital, Newcastle

Live Review by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 4 March 2008

ROCHDALE'S SEAN BOOTH AND ROB BROWN have become leading practitioners of what has been tagged "intelligent dance music", a term synonymous with former ravers who ...

Autechre: Untilted

Review by Andy Gill, The Independent, 2 April 2009

THEIR EIGHTH ALBUM finds the abstract-electronica duo of Sean Booth and Rob Brown in much the same brittle, airless space that housed 2003's Draft 7.30, ...

Autechre: Exai

Review by Jamie Atkins, Record Collector, March 2013

FOLLOWING 2011's mammoth stock-taking collection EPs 1991-2002, this new double-disc offering from electro pioneers Autechre emphasises that this most perpetually forward-thinking of groups is in ...

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