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  1. Mikalabar Reply
    Confield conditions the listener to find beauty in what would otherwise seem grotesque, with the exemplar being the third track, “Pen Expers”. A melodic synth line is obscured by a frenetic, bit-crushed beat, and the two are seemingly locked in a musical phone booth, competing for 4/5.
  2. Samugar Reply
    Feb 13,  · After getting into this I excitedly checked out Autechre's back catalog, and in contrast with popular opinion if find the older stuff to be much less organic, less original, less engaging, less interesting. To my ear, this is Autechre at their best. It's music that plays by its own rules, and that's just how it /5().
  3. Vogami Reply
    Sep 22,  · The mids saw Autechre embark on a pilgrimage away from the ambient techno of their debut. By the turn of the century, they'd covered some pretty strange territory, like the whirring, complex LP5 and arid grunge.moginnyohnyodal.infoinfo none of that could've prepared listeners for 's grunge.moginnyohnyodal.infoinfo hoping for a return to more familiar sounds must've figured that the duo had finally gone off the deep end/5(K).
  4. Groll Reply
    May 22,  · illusion d'une boucle.
  5. Samuzuru Reply
    Confield is a perfect and timeless album, imo. I didn't listen to it when it first came out (as I was only 11 and still listening to nu-metal lmao), but I did end up hearing it around years old, and it's still just as fresh and mind blowing now as it was then. To this day, I have never heard anything quite like Confield.
  6. Mulrajas Reply
    Nov 17,  · Autechre's sixth album, a landmark step in their discography as a move away from the ambient techno of their past and towards the glitch and experimental tec.