One of Digital in Berlin`s favourite electronica duos. Autechre will release their new album ‘Oversteps’ on March 22nd on Warp.
[audio:The_Black_Dog-Tunnels_Ov_Set_Autechre_Remix.mp3] The album will be available on CD, and deluxe vinyl edition – both including a free super high quality download version. Made in The Designers Republic.
Autechre are an English electronic music group consisting of Rob Brown and Sean Booth, both natives of Rochdale, Greater Manchester. Formed in 1987, the duo are one of the most prominent acts signed with Warp Records, a label known for its pioneering electronic music and through which all Autechre albums have been released.
Live Dates 2010
11 Thurs UK Manchester @ Pure
12 Fri UK Birmingham @ The Rainbow
13 Sat UK Minehead @ Bloc Weekender
15 Mon UK Nottingham @ Stealth
16 Tues UK Numbers, Glasgow @ Sub Club
17 Weds UK Leeds @ The Wardrobe
18 Thurs UK Brighton @ Pavillion Theatre
19 Fri FR Lille @ Tri Postal
20 Sat FR Paris @ Locomotive
21 Sun FR Nantes @ Olympic
28 Sun SI Ljibulana @ Kino Siska
29 Mon HU Budapest @ A38
30 Tues AU Vienna @ Flex
31 Weds CZ Brno @ Fleda
02 Fri DK Copenhagen @ Concerthall
03 Sat NO Oslo @ Park Teatre
04 Sun SE Gothberg @ Nefertiti
05 Mon DK Aarhus @ Voxhall
06 Tues DE Hamburg @ Uebel & Gefährlich
07 Weds NL Amsterdam @ Melkweg
09 Fri BE Brussels @ AB (Domino Fest)
10 Sat UK London – venue & tickets will be announced Feb 1st
While most associated with IDM (intelligent dance music), Booth and Brown are ambivalent in relating their sound to established genres. Their music has exhibited a gradual shift in aesthetic throughout their career, from their earlier work with clear roots in techno, electro and hip hop to later albums that are often considered more experimental in nature, featuring complex patterns of rhythm and subdued melodies. Quaristice, their most recent album, was released in 2008.
Booth and Brown pronounce the name Autechre with a Rochdale accent (/ɔːˈtɛkər/ aw-TEK-ər). However, they have explained that the name can be pronounced in any way one sees fit. Booth explains: “The first two letters were intentional, because there was an ‘au’ sound in the track, and the rest of the letters were bashed randomly on the keyboard. We had this track title for ages, and we had written it on a cassette, with some graphics. It looked good, and we began using it as our name.
1. r ess
6. see on see
8. os veix3
10. d-sho qub
11. st epreo