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This review is from: Ep7 (Audio CD)
I used to enjoy Autechre - as with much of the ambient bleeps of the Sheffield Warp label. But, I bought this along with a couple of other Warp albums and I was surprised that it was so ...... well boring.
I actually found myself waiting for it to end. It felt similar to Plaid's Spokes album - just like people going through the motions of making music with no drive, direction or theme.
If you read this, don't be put off Autechre completely - there is some splendid material by them.
Autechre have always had the sort of sound that grows on you gradually - and it requires proper listening to appreciate the quality and depth. I just couldn't find it here.