Dane Law's "r.bit"

Dane Law's r.bit

First you make a roux. The adage of cajun and creole cooking is so familiar that it can even be applied to music. If the story is to be believed, Dane Law discovered an Orbit techno tape in an abandoned car off a North West England highway — a relic that would provide the source material roux to produce r.bit, a collection of disfigured tracks chopped and splintered beyond recognition. Aside from Orbit, the sound emerges from the murky world of Chain Reaction and Basic Channel by way of Autechre.

Published at Decoder Magazine