Aphex Twin: 'I've got six albums completed'

Richard James admits he also has 'loads of tracks which don't belong anywhere'

Aphex Twin: 'I've got six albums completed'
Aphex Twin has announced that he has completed six albums.

The electronic musician, real name is Richard James, added that he also has "loads of tracks which don't belong anywhere".

"I've got six completed [albums]," James told FactMag.com. "Two are very non-commercial, abstract, modular-synthesis, field recordings – those I finished four years ago. Another one is 'Melodies From Mars', which I redid about three years ago."

He added: "There's one of stuff I won't go into; a comp of old tracks. Which is never really finished and always changing; and then one I'm working on now. There are also loads of tracks which don't belong anywhere."

However James would not be drawn on when any of these records might be released.

Aphex Twin's last full album was 2001's 'Drukqs', although James has since released a number of EPs and recordings under various aliases.


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