Positively haunting, legendary material. Toward the end of "1st 44" there's a crazy rhythmic forest of technical mastery waiting for the listener...got lost in the moment. Collapse confronts the singularity (RJ's always doing that) without forgetting to cleverly echo his previous work; knows precisely how to evolve it through the years + set the balance of sound. On top of it all, the thinking man's drummer. Avid listener since catching him live in NYC 1992-93 / Polygon Window phase.
Best work since druqs
RDJ. I missed you.
This is a real treat. Truly one of a kind. CRANK IT. Has to be listened to loud, preferably on good headphones. First time in 18 years that an Aphex release stopped me in my tracks. I desperately hope this isn’t the last of his explorations into “next level beats.”
Robots pissing beebees into a bucket never sounded so transcendent.
With the Collapse EP you can really hear the connection to the material he released as The Tuss. I love it!
Some of his best work right here.
30 minutes of perfection!
abundance10edit is my favorite on this record. It’s a nice mix of Cheetah and Selected Ambient works 85-92.
He’s in top form
Just get it!
This man must never stop making music
From 1997 to now, a ridiculous journey into his work... Keep going, Rich!!!
Another clinic in electronic mastery.
Aphex Twin throws it down again with the insane time signatures, brain-melting sounds, and innumerable tantalizing rhythms on the side. This track is the perfect fusion between his analogue synth skills and the ridiculous programming of ‘drukqs’. Legend.