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    Not only is this a sit down concert in a classical venue, it will also be in the pitch darkness. Got tickets today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by droid View Post
    Not only is this a sit down concert in a classical venue, it will also be in the pitch darkness. Got tickets today.
    Awesome!!

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    That was pretty mind-blowingly incredible.

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    If they play in the UK get a ticket. They are light years ahead of everything else in electronic music. Amazing mix of sound design, avant experimentalism, improvisation and groove. Like Coltrane x Schoenberg x dissonant end times cult black hole orgy.

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    Check out the Organs about 15 mins in.


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    Been listening to "Amber" today, I don't get the hype. It's pleasant...

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    6:30AM, curtains closed tightly against the dawn, room still full but everyones coming down in a fog of weed. Someone puts this onto the decks and its like every synapse thats been firing for the last 6 hours implodes, activated by an inverse stimulus, an anti-rush that shivers through you from without and reverberates in the hollowed channels of your nervous system.


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    The only thing that really bothers me about Amber is the U2 connection on Nil.

    http://www.mediafire.com/file/rj7o47...0of%20love.mp3

    Some people still havent forgiven me for making that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    Been listening to "Amber" today, I don't get the hype. It's pleasant...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    Been listening to "Amber" today, I don't get the hype. It's pleasant...
    the prehistoric proto-D Double E instrumental


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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post
    the prehistoric proto-D Double E instrumental
    I like this one more than the other one.

    I did think to myself while posting the above that sitting at my desk at midday eating almonds isn't perhaps the ideal environment for appreciating music like this. I like 'teartear' too...

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    i think amber is their weakest tbh which isn't a diss really.

    i used to roll strong spliffs and zone out to incunabula bitd. try it.

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    always dug this one


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    Reckon Amber beats Incunabula, which was a bit of a false start IMO. Then Tri Repeate/Anti/Garbage/Anvil Vapre, Chiastic Slide, with LP5 probably the crowning achievement of their early years.

    Been enjoying the Enya vibes off this recently.


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