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Autechre News

Autechre announce new album and European tour – ticket details

New effort set for March 22 release

  • Jan 13, 2010

Autechre to release 13 new songs digitally over two weeks

Band putting out 140 minutes of new music

  • May 12, 2008


It's the electronica duo's seventh...

  • Jan 9, 2003


The 2002 festival kicks off today in Camber Sands...

  • Apr 19, 2002


Acts including [a]Autechre[/a] and [a]Death In Vegas[/a]' [b]Richard Fearless[/b] will play [b]The Glade[/b]...

  • May 26, 2000

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Autechre Music Videos

Close Your Eyes (Corporation Street Remix By Autechre) Play Video

Close Your Eyes (Corporation Street Remix By Autechre)

Close Your Eyes (Corporation Street Remix By Autechre) is track 02 from the EP "Corrosion Remixes" which is available on Psychonavigation.

Second Bad Vilbel Play Video

Second Bad Vilbel

The official music video for Autechre Basscadet

Gantz Graf Play Video

Gantz Graf

The official music video for Autechre Gantz Graf

Basscadet Play Video


The official music video for Autechre Second Bad Vilbel

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Autechre Reviews




  • Feb 29, 2008

Autechre : Gantz Graf

Avoid as you would a bald German

  • Aug 2, 2002

Autechre : Confield

Electronic pioneers' sixth album of organised chaos

  • May 11, 2001

Autechre : Splitrmx12

It's not [a]Travis[/a], is it?

  • Sep 11, 1999

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Autechre Biography

Autechre are an English electronic music duo consisting of Rob Brown and Sean Booth, both from Rochdale, Greater Manchester. Formed in 1987, they are one of the most prominent acts signed to Warp Records, a label known for its pioneering electronic music and through which all Autechre albums have been released.

While heavily associated with IDM (intelligent dance music), Booth and Brown are ambivalent about 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, house, electro and hip hop, to later albums that are often considered experimental in nature, featuring complex patterns of rhythm and subdued melodies.

Autechre have also recorded under various pseudonyms. One of the duo's earliest recordings was a 12" under the alias Lego Feet, released in 1991 on Skam Records. The majority of releases by the mysterious "umbrella project" Gescom, most of them on Skam, have been attributed to Booth and Brown, among other artists.

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