Autechre’s 4-Hour Elseq Is An Exhaustive Treat

Autechre has been pushing the boundaries with crafting bizarre sounds to engage us in new ways for over two decades. They’re essentially the godfathers of Intelligent Dance Music (IDM), an unfortunate moniker for their unique blend of abstract, provocative electronics. Their most successful experiments include the wonkiness of early-career “Squeller” (EP7, 1999), the spinning cans of “VI Scose Poise” (Confield, 2001), and the more recent dark banger “Treale” on Oversteps (2010).

Published at Subrewind