elseq 1–5
Autechre - elseq 1–5
Critic Score
Based on 4 reviews
User Score
Based on 17 ratings
May 19, 2016 / Release Date
LP / Format
Warp / Label
IDM / Genres
Your Review
May 24, 2016
not long enough m8
Jun 4, 2016
Autechre's latest record, probably their most massive and experimental album yet marks the return of the duo that has been one of the most impressive and ambitious electronic acts of the 90s. The outstanding lenght of the record that is divided into 5 parts is something to behold, as Autechre bring out a plethora of synthetic and distorted textures and all sorts of razor-edge electronic sounds to craft this mysterious and somewhat dystopian sonic experience based entirely on abstract ambiences ... read more
Oct 2, 2017
Autechre's latest game consists of five parts, lasts more than four hours, is only digital and isn't easy at all.
You have to be very careful while you're moving on the board because there are too many random explosions to be avoided otherwise you would end up in the bottom, next to oblivion.
May 28, 2016
Autechre bring another monumental and incredibly textural work (5 disc album) which proves again that they are masterminds of a synesthetic, radical and futuristic art like nothing else in the contemporary scene of today. Four hours which transpose the listener between post-apocalyptic walls of noises, cybernetic situations, psychic frenzies and vast spacial ambiences. By crafting their music / sound art always further and further, Rob Brown and Sean Booth now seem to be immersed into the deep ... read more
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Track List

elseq 1

  1. feed1
  2. c16 deep tread
  3. 13xo step
  4. pendulu hv moda
  5. curvcaten

elseq 2

  1. elyc6 0nset
  2. chimer 1-5-1
  3. c7b2

elseq 3

  1. estre
  2. TBM2
  3. mesh cinereaL

elseq 4

  1. acdwn2
  2. foldfree casual
  3. latentcall
  4. artov chain
  5. 7th slip

elseq 5

  1. pendulu casual
  2. spTh
  3. spaces how V
  4. freulaeux
  5. oneum

Added on: May 20, 2016